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Beginning of the Year - Student Information Paperwork

As you know, the beginning of the year means HOMEWORK FOR PARENTS. Instead of that paperwork coming home in big manila envelopes, it is now online. PLEASE take the time to fill it out even if there has not been a change in information. There are special permissions and information included in this paperwork. If you do not have a computer available to you, we have computers available in the Seth Woodard Office for your use. If you need help logging in, please call us at 509-921-2160.
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Interactive Crisis Training For Parents/Guardians

WVSD parents and guardians are invited to attend an educational training called Surviving the Active Lethal Threat. The event will bring heightened awareness and knowledge on how to prepare for, and respond to, an active lethal threat event at your student's school. Join presenter Jesus Villahermosa on November 27, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the theater at WVHS.
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Seth Woodard Carnival!! VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Friday, November 2nd— 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Everyone’s Welcome! Friends, Families, and Neighbors!
Come and Join the FUN and SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL!!! There will TONS of GAMES and PRIZES!! EAT some GREAT FOOD as well as a bid on items in our SILENT AUCTION!
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Dedication ceremony for Spokane Valley Pioneer Seth Woodard

West Valley was invited to participate in a recent dedication ceremony for Spokane Valley Pioneer Seth Woodard. Seth Woodard Elementary is named in honor of Mr. Woodard.
Mr. Woodard was very involved in the creation of the Millwood Community as well as very involved in the evolution of the education system in our area. A gathering to celebrate the historical monument dedication was held at Greenwood Memorial Terrace. This was a project of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Fairmount Memorial Association, Spokane Law Enforcement Museum and Historic Monuments Committee. The West Valley High School jazz band performed at the ceremony and Superintendent Gene Sementi and Principal Mike Lollar were guest speakers.
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