On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 the Old Glory Relay ran by WCV High School. The WCV students wanted to show their support for the veterans and their cause and decided to run with them to Stuart Elementary. We had 135 West Central Valley students and staff run and walk. As a school and community, we are proud to be a Wildcat!
Here are some quotes from students:
“It was nice to get to meet some of the individuals who served our county and be involved in such an amazing events” Joelle G
“It was great experience being able to be a apart of their journey across the U.S. It just shows how little things can make a big impact.” Beverly M
“It was great to see how we all could come together as a community and show our support to everyone who has and still are serving our country.” Olivia B
“When this opportunity came up, everyone was immediately excited to show their support. It was great to see everyone help out and have fun?” Jacob J
“It was awesome to be a part of something like this and see the dedication behind this event from Team RWB and everyone involved, it was inspiring” Gage P
Mr. Claire's high school students created portraits of children in Afghanistan. Please enjoy the video and contact Mr. Claire for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
As a nation, we have become more attuned to the security needs of our school. While education remains a priority for West Central Valley Community School District (WCV CSD), we continually review, refine, and improve our efforts to maintain the type of safe school that our parents expect and that our students and staff deserve.
In a continuing effort to best safeguard your children and our staff; WCV CSD has retrofitted all district buildings with a camera and buzz-in security system. The buzz-in system allows all doors to be locked during the school day. The main entrance has an intercom that allows you to speak with a main office receptionist, who will unlock the door for you. Upon entering you are required to visit the office to sign-in. Although this procedure may be a bit more cumbersome for visitors, it greatly increases our ability to monitor who is allowed access to the halls and rooms occupied by your children. No one will be buzzed in during passing periods.
Thank you for helping us protect our most valued assets, your children.
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Iowa Immunization Requirements
An administrative rule change now requires all students entering 7th and 12th grades receive the meningococcal (A, C, W, Y) vaccine before being allowed to start school.
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The Iowa Department of Public Health Bureau of Health Statistics is taking steps to exchange any newborn birth certificate issued from May 1993 to October 2009, where the birth certificate is a small wallet-size card. The newborn birth certificate wallet cards issued during this time period did not contain enough vital record information to be used for identification purposes, essentially making them less useful for the purpose they are intended to be used for.
The newborn birth cards may be exchanged by mail or in person with the Bureau of Health Statistics, 321 E. 12th St., Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50319.
The following steps must be taken to expedite the exchange of the newborn birth certificate wallet cards:
Download the Application for Certified Copy of Iowa Vital Record from http://www.idph.iowa.gov/health-statistics/request-record;