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High School Wrestling Schedule Change

posted Dec 13, 2017, 10:08 AM by Jeannie Browning

HS Wrestling scheduled for 1-20-18 has moved to 1-19-18 at 3:00 p.m.

Mission Valley All League & All State Athletes

posted Dec 7, 2017, 12:40 PM by Jeannie Browning

Congratulations to our All-State Athletes


Topeka Capital-Journal' All-State' Team:  
Trenton Marcotte (All-State Hon. Men.); Rob Phillips (All- State Hon. Men.); Blake Roberts (All-State Hon. Men.)

'Wichita Eagle' All-State Team:
Trenton Marcotte (All-State Hon. Men.); Rob Phillips (All- State Hon. Men.)

Congratulations to our All League Athletes

Volleyball: 1st Team: Sarah Bond 2nd Team: Rachel Halupa

Football: Rob Phillips: 1st team O-line/ 2nd D-Line Trenton Marcott: 1st team Defensive Back/ 2nd team Special Teams Returner/ 2nd Team Running back Logan Brown: 1st team Linebacker Blake Roberts: 2nd team Running Back and 2nd team Linebacker Cade Clark: 2nd team Safety Kobe Clark: 2nd team receiver

Board of Education Position Available

posted Nov 30, 2017, 12:38 PM by Jeannie Browning

We currently have a Board of Education, Position #3, Sub District No. 3 Position open on the Mission Valley School Board.  If you are interested please submit a letter to the Board Clerk by December 4.  

Winter Concerts Dates

posted Nov 16, 2017, 10:30 AM by Jeannie Browning   [ updated Nov 30, 2017, 12:35 PM ]

With Christmas quickly approaching, please mark your calendarsfor the Winter Music Concert dates.

4th Grade thru 6th Grade is December 6th at 7pm in the North Gym
Junior High and High School is December 13th at 7pm in the North Gym

ACTE Announces Kansas Agriculture Education Instructor as National Award Finalist

posted Sep 27, 2017, 7:31 AM by Jeannie Browning   [ updated Oct 9, 2017, 9:39 AM ]

ACTE Announces Kansas Agriculture Education Instructor as National Award Finalist

Picture of Kelly Hoelting - Ag Teacher

ALEXANDRIA, VA—Today, the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) announced Kelly Hoelting, Agriculture Education Instructor of Mission Valley USD #330 in Eskridge, Kansas, as the recipient of the 2017 ACTE Region V Carl Perkins Community Service Award. This award recognizes individuals who have used CTE to make a significant impact on their community and demonstrated leadership in programs and activities that promote student involvement in community service. 

“Kelly Hoelting is an advocate for calculated, progressive change,” says Dustin Kuntz, Vice-President of Harveyville Seed Co. and Mayor of Harveyville. In Hoelting’s 15 years as an instructor at Mission Valley High School in Eskridge, Kansas, she has ushered the agricultural education program through several transitions to maintain the program’s legacy of success. Under Hoelting’s leadership, the program tripled enrollment in a 10-year period, which justified the hiring of a second agriculture instructor in 2014 and further expanded the number of CTE offerings available at the school. Hoelting’s FFA chapter has grown and is the largest student organization at Mission Valley with 97 students (representing 60% of total enrollment). Community service is a major focus of the agricultural education program and FFA chapter. In 2016, Hoelting’s FFA members volunteered over 500 hours of community service and added two new major service projects with the Community Thanksgiving Meal and Community-Wide clean-up. Other highlights of the FFA chapter’s service work include a Community Blood Drive, Family Trap Shoots, Alternative Day Food & Wildlife Presentations, and Hunter Safety Education.

Through the Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators, Hoelting has taken an active role as a mentor for new teachers, and her program is regularly observed by students from Kansas State University as part of Mission Valley’s standing as a professional development school for teachers in training. Hoelting’s reputation as a leader extends outside Kansas: she was invited to serve on the National cPass Comprehensive Agriculture Exam development team where she helped write national agricultural education standards. Hoelting has also made giving back to the community a major aspect of her tenure at Mission Valley. Her personal contributions have included starting a local FFA alumni group, pursuing grants to build a community garden and local wildlife food plots, and working to bring a nature trail to the school. Recently, Hoelting organized an auction to raise over $4,000 in scholarships for seniors in the agricultural education program.

Hoelting is one of five finalists for the 2018 national title. The national winner will be announced at the ACTE Awards Banquet, a dinner and award presentation recognizing the best CTE educators in the country. The event will take place on Wednesday evening, December 6, during ACTE’s CareerTech VISION 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Awards Banquet is sponsored by Express Employment Professionals, the US Army, CareerSafe, Stratasys, and International Baccalaureate. For more information about the ACTE Excellence Awards, visit our webpage.


About ACTE
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the nation’s largest not-for-profit association committed to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. ACTE represents the community of CTE professionals, including educators, administrators, researchers, school counselors, guidance and career development professionals and others at all levels of education. ACTE is committed to excellence in providing advocacy, public awareness and access to resources, professional development and leadership opportunities.

Non-Disclosure List

posted Sep 14, 2017, 11:02 AM by Jeannie Browning

It has been brought to our attention that many parents do approve of their student(s) picture being posted on school publications and social media, but the non-disclosure section on the enrollment information may be difficult to understand.  If you would like to double check with the school offices to make sure your information is correct. we would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you!

Procedure for Approving Out-Of-District Students

posted Jul 30, 2017, 7:57 PM by Jeannie Browning

Procedure for Approving Out-of-District Students


New Students (first time) Requesting Admission:

Formal parent letter requesting their children to enroll as a first time out-of-district student. Students' names, addresses, and grade levels will need to be included and submitted to the superintendent of schools prior to September 20th.

Superintendent of schools will inform the building principal of the request and a background check will be completed by the principal. After corresponding with the superintendent a decision will be made.

The superintendent will send a letter to parents informing them of the decision.

Returning (have been attending current year) Students:

Principal’s intent to reject (discussed with a superintendent / decision made prior to May 1st).

Principal’s rejection letter stating reasons mailed to parents by May 1st. Copy submitted to superintendent same date

Parents wishing to continue their children’s attendance at Mission Valley Schools will need to submit a letter (annually) requesting the same, to the superintendent of schools by July 1st.

The superintendent will send an approval letter to parents.

Student Accident Insurace Coverage for 2017-18

posted Apr 24, 2017, 1:14 PM by Jeannie Browning   [ updated Apr 24, 2017, 1:15 PM ]

If you are interested in obtaining Student/Athlete Accident Insurance Coverage, please download the pdf information sheets at the bottom of this page.

When do we cancel school because of Weather???

posted Dec 6, 2016, 6:22 AM by Jeannie Browning

Parents & Patrons:

We are quickly approaching that time of year when the possibility of school cancellations increase due to adverse winter conditions.  The decision to cancel school is always carefully examined before the final decision is made.  School district officials directly check and monitor roadway conditions, they contact local agencies {KDOT, Wab. Co. Transportation Dept., local law enforcement, etc..} for road conditions reports, keep updated from local weather reports as to current & future weather conditions, and communicate with other local school districts.

USD 330 Mission Valley is approximately 400 square miles with land in four counties.  Due to the large area that the district covers; the road and weather conditions can vary greatly across the district.  Roads may be treacherous in one area of the district and safe in other areas, however, the determination for school closure is based off of the area that is impacted the most.  We recognize the fact that cancelling school can create challenges for parents who need to find care for their child(ren), however, the safety of the students will come first.

If a decision cannot be made the night before then it is our goal to have a decision made in the mornings by 5:30 a.m.   If adverse weather occurs during the school day and school needs to be dismissed early we will send out a notification at least 1 hour before dismissal.  It is important to make sure that your child’s contact information is updated so that we have the most recent information.

If it is decided to cancel school we will immediately send an automated call through School Messenger. School closure information will also be sent to local t.v. and radio stations, as well as, USD 330 district website, Facebook, and Twitter. School closure information will be broadcasted on the following:  (TV Stations:  Channels 13, 27, and 49) (Radio Stations: 580 WIBW-AM, 104.9 FM, 94.5 Country, Country Legends 106.9).

ALL SCHOOL ACTIVITIES will be cancelled or postponed when school is closed for dangerous road conditions, except for unique situations authorized by the district office.

We greatly appreciate your continued patience and understanding when school cancellation is required.

Bill Clark, Superintendent

***Please note that www.missionvalleyvikings.com is in NO way associated with our school***

posted Dec 1, 2015, 11:53 AM by Jeannie Browning   [ updated Dec 1, 2015, 11:53 AM ]

Just a reminder, that www.missionvalleyvikings.com is in NO way associated with our school.

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