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Valley Home News


POSTED May 2, 2018 10:37 a.m.
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Today, Wednesday May 2, our Valley Home School will open its doors to our 2018 Garden Fair! All are welcome! Come and see the garden project our classrooms have put together! Teachers, students, and parents have been busy planning several projects for your viewing pleasure. Potato plants are growing really fast, and the carrots will be plentiful! Looks like it will be a very healthy harvest! The fundraising menu will be new potatoes, and roasted carrots from the garden! Also on the menu will be hot dogs, chili, water, and sodas. This is a great way to support our Valley Home School. A special thank you to all who have supported or donated to the beautiful green house and garden project. You are greatly appreciated!

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This past Friday our Valley Home School traveled to Paradise School to participate in a district wide track meet! The kids all did a great job and had a fantastic time! It was a wonderful day with great sportsmanship, and 100 percent effort from all! Thank you Paradise for hosting!

Also Friday our first and second graders went to the Sacramento Zoo! What a great trip for them, they were able to see all kinds of fabulous animals They were all excited to learn about the animals, even the snakes, yikes! The kids had a wonderful trip and send a big thank you to their teachers and parents who helped make the day so special!

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On Tuesday our Valley Home eighth graders traveled to visit the state capital, Sacramento. While there students were able to visit different places and do some shopping in Old Sacramento! A huge learning experience and a great lesson in history for our Valley Home kids!

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Congratulations to MaryBeth Carpenter on her graduation from Modesto Jr. College! Friends and family gathered to celebrate this special evening!

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Valley Home 4-H president Sierra Haynes enjoyed her last high school prom this past Saturday night. Truly a lovely way to say goodbye to those fabulous high school years!

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Congratulations Stanislaus Consolidated Fire on the opening of Station #24! The beautiful new station located in Waterford is equipped with the newest technology and is ready to serve the Waterford community!

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We end this week’s column with Happy Birthday wishes to Mike Osmundson and Tyler Cooley, two wonderful Valley Home guys! Many happy returns to both of you!

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As always you may reach me by email at winniemullins51@gmail.com. Until next time, “Happy Trails to All!”

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