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VHS Registration Signature Page (1 per student)

Please complete the VHS Registration Signature Page on each of your children that attend Valley High School, if you have NOT already done so.  This one page document covers ALL of the required signed documents in the student's Agenda:  VHS Computer Use Policy and VHS iPad Agreement Form,   More specific information can be found under Important Links:  Registration Information.


Students will NOT be able to access their StudentVUE accounts unless the VHS Computer Use Policy is initialed on the VHS Registration Signature Page and the VHS Registration Signature Page is signed and dated by both the student and the parent/guardian.  Fill all blanks (if not applicable, put an NA in the blank) and all check boxes (if not applicable, leave unchecked).


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 Please e-mail this form to:  miriam.shaw@aps.edu or print it out and return to our Registrar's Office at Valley High School



Valley is proud of its cultural and ethnic diversity.  Among our student body, you will find descendents of Albuquerque’s founding fathers, as well as those who have recently arrived in the United States.  There are several neighborhoods within our attendance area–Los Duranes, Los Griegos, Los Anayas, and Los Chaves–which are named for families whose ancestors settled here over 300 years ago.  Streets bearing their names are dotted throughout the North Valley.  Their descendents presently represent Valley High students and staff.

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Valley High School is a Gen Yes School


ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A dozen Albuquerque Public Schools students are being trained to become technology teachers.

The program is part of a national program called Gen YES. A dozen students grades 3 through 12 from seven different schools are receiving training to help teachers integrate technology in the classroom. They will teach their classmates and teachers how to use things like iPads and computers as well as different apps and programs


Students interested in participating in the Gen Yes program should see their Counselor, Ms. Tess Sanchez (9th Grade Dean of Students or Mrs. Miriam Shaw (Technology Coordinator/Gen Yes Facilitator).


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Announcements 05/20/16  

1.  Date to announce; 5-19, 20:      Students – Please clean out your locker ASAP and return ALL books you DO NOT need for your finals. Take care of class fees and return uniforms. Remember, backpacks are not allowed on campus Monday and Tuesday during finals.


2.  Date to announce; 5-20, 23:  Any student who has an elevator key checked out must return before the end of the school year or pay a $25 fee for key replacement.


Today: 7/30/16