A school culture built upon the belief that all students can learn at high level; High quality core instruction along with tiered intervention; With Vision Motivating Students!
about 1 year ago
Congratulations Staff, Teachers and Students for all of your hard work! Tulare County Office of Education has awarded Woodlake Valley Middle School the 2011 Torch Award
Woodlake Valley Middle School was the recipient of the Tulare County Torch Award at the board meeting Wednesday May 11th, 2011 for innovative academic achievement. Dr. Lupe Solis from TCOE had very nice things to say about Woodlake Valley Middle School, and his exact comments were “We at the County Office of Education are recommending other schools around Tulare County to visit Woodlake Valley Middle School for your instructional practice, tell your staff to keep up the good work...!”
Again, thank you for all you do and I’m proud to be a part of a GREAT TEAM !
- Mr. Lou Saephan, Principal
5 months ago
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about 1 year ago
Woodlake Valley Middle School
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