Valley View Independent School District (Cooke County, Texas)
|Valley View Independent School District|
|Motto||Where Education is Taken Above and Beyond|
|Website||Valley View ISD|
A two-story brick school was built in 1902-1903, when the district was first formed. A larger school was built in 1938. The building is still in use as part of the elementary campus. It has been renovated to restore the original features of the building.
The district grew during the time of school consolidation in the early to mid 20th Century. Schools such as John's Branch, Lone Oak, Elm Grove, Lois, Burns City, Mountain Springs, etc. became part of the Valley View Independent School District.
The District today
Today, the school district serves approximately 650 students on three connected campuses.
Valley View Elementary consists of grades Kindergarten through 4th and includes classrooms for the Cooke County Special Education cooperative's Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities. Class sizes typically are 19:1, with kindergarten classes at a 16:1 ratio.
Valley View Middle School (grades 5th-8th) provides limited art and music classes, drama, agricultural science, and family consumer science. Students may also participate in University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic and athletic contests.
Valley View High School is a small Class AA school. Past achievements include State Championships in UIL academics and football. Other student extra-curricular activities include the Student Council, FFA, FCCLA, BPA, FCA, and the National Honor Society.