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      VALLEY VIEW ECC EARNS TEXAS SCHOOLS TO WATCH DESIGNATION! // 5th 6 Weeks: Feb. 24 - Apr. 17 // TELPAS Countdown: 00 Instructional Days.     
      VALLEY VIEW ECC EARNS TEXAS SCHOOLS TO WATCH DESIGNATION! // 5th 6 Weeks: Feb. 24 - Apr. 17 // TELPAS Countdown: 00 Instructional Days.     

Pep Rally - October The 3rd, 2019

Veterans Day

First Day Of School

Christmas Dance Recital

Christmas Dance Recital

Mariachi Competition

Happy Valentine's Day!

Thanksgiving Luncheon

Thanks For Everything, Ms. Tammie Garcia And Good Luck On Your New Adventure!

Mariachi Competition

Pep Rally - September The 19th, 2019

Marisol Munoz / Regina Garcia - 3rd 6 Weeks Top AR Students

Texas A&M Kingsville/Corpus Cristi Field Trip

Read Across America Week

Pep Rally - September The 19th, 2019

Read Across America Week

Valentine's Day

Pep Rally - October The 17th, 2019 (Pink)

Read Across America Week

ECC  PTO Christmas Presents Giveaway

Read Across America Week

Read Across America Week

Halloween 2019

Read Across America Week

0 Instructional Days

Homecoming 2019

Spanish Club Fundraiser

Valentine's Dance

Veterans Day Luncheon

STC Field Trip

Valentine's Dance

Read Across America Week

Read Across America Week

Career Day

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Technology Device Pickup Dates

August 13-14, 2020 | 8:30 AM to 3 PM | Device distribution to students. Pickup at the campus where the student is registered.
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School Preparations During Closure.

Dear Parents, the safety of our students and staff is our district’s priority. As more and more reported cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) come to light it is critical that we set up additional preventive measures to minimize the risk of our students and staff becoming infected with the virus in a school setting. Only limited staff will report to work to complete critical functions such as maintenance, transportation, payroll, food service, police department and some instructional support staff. Instructional materials for students have already been created and will be offered to students in hard copies or through online platforms. Updates and how to receive these materials will be posted on our campus/district marquees, school messenger, campus/district web pages, and social media. During this emergency closure, teachers will work from home to provide additional assistance and instruction to our students. The health, safety, and well-being of our students, staff, and community remain the highest priority of Valley View ISD. On behalf of our Board of Trustees, we thank you for your understanding and continued support of these precautionary measures that have been taken to safeguard the health and safety of our students and staff.
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Division 1 ECC Band At UIL Sightreading Contest 2020.

Sending out a huge CONGRATULATIONS to our Mighty Tiger Band from Valley View Early College Campus and Mr. Diego Torres for earning straight Division 1 Ratings at today’s UIL Sightreading Band Evaluation. We are extremely proud of the very talented 8th Grade Band students! Way to go team of band directors Pedro Garza, Victor Garza, David Marinez, and Gilbert Garcia for guiding and teaching these students to be fantastic musicians! GO TIGERS!
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TEA is Closely Monitoring Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Texas Education Agency is closely monitoring media reports and information shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding growing concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and is working closely with other Texas state agencies to prepare effective guidance for public school districts across Texas. Though the situation is changing rapidly, it’s important for school districts and community leaders to bear in mind how to prevent respiratory illnesses like the novel coronavirus. Based on the most currently available information, health officials are recommending local communities and schools take the same necessary steps to protect against coronavirus that we take to prevent the spread of illnesses such as the flu. All individuals are encouraged to: Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. If you’ve not already gotten one, a flu shot is encouraged. While these measures are simple, they work. TEA is in the process of developing guidance for districts in the unlikely event of an escalation of the virus. The Agency is in regular contact with the state’s 20 regional Education Service Centers (ESCs) across Texas, multiple school districts, and the University Interscholastic League (UIL). TEA is committed to ensuring that clear communication and guidance is provided to the state’s 1,200 school districts, so that misinformation does not spread and misplaced fears can be properly addressed. It’s worth noting that in recent weeks, TEA has worked closely with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to monitor the number of flu cases in communities across the state. This effort will increase statewide awareness. During this year’s flu season, upwards of 50 public schools in the state have temporarily closed due to high absenteeism among students and staff. These closures have also meant the cleaning and disinfecting of entire campuses to help prevent the ongoing spread of the flu. While there are a small but increasing number of reported cases of novel coronavirus in the United States, to date, there are no confirmed cases that originated in Texas. TEA encourages the use and promotion of verified sources of information about the flu and coronavirus. On the national level, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides “Guidance for School Administrators to Help Reduce the Spread of Seasonal Influenza in K-12 Schools” on its website (https://www.cdc.gov/flu/school/guidance.htm) and information on the rapidly changing coronavirus situation (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/about/index.html). On the state level, the Texas Department of State Health Services provides valuable information regarding the flu (https://www.dshs.texas.gov/flu/) and coronavirus (https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/). DSHS continues to mobilize, prepare, and plan for ways to keep Texans safe as new information emerges. TEA will continue working closely with its interagency partners to ensure that school districts across Texas have access to and awareness of the most current and valuable information on the virus. The Agency’s paramount concern here is that districts, students, and parents remain informed and stay healthy and safe.
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This Week’s Valley View Early College Tiger Spotlights shines bright on two individuals who have gone above and beyond for our students here at ECC. Thumbnail Image

This Week’s Valley View Early College Tiger Spotlights shines bright on two individuals who have gone above and beyond for our students here at ECC.

Ms. Belsa Rios and Ms. Beatriz Martinez are amazing educators who truly care about our student’s success. Their passion and dedication for our students was on full display this week as Ms. Rios and Ms. Martinez designing a TELPAS Blitz event, recruiting a team of teachers to execute the Blitz, and trained the team for maximum efficiency. These two ladies were also instrumental in organizing our AC Language Rotations to ensure that all EL students can benefit from this new program. We are extremely proud of Ms. Rios and Ms. Martinez. Keep up the amazing work you do. This is ECC, Come Roar with Us!
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This week's Tiger Spotlight at ECC shines bright on two individuals whose commitment to our students can never be questioned.

This week's Tiger Spotlight at ECC shines bright on two individuals whose commitment to our students can never be questioned. They are our Counselors and true to the calling, they continuously and tirelessly work to ensure our student's success. It is an honor and a privilege to work with these two amazing Counselors. Keep up the great work and know that you are appreciated.
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