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Welcome to West Central Valley - Home of the Wildcats!
Welcome to the Wildcats website. It is our hope that this site will provide you with current and timely information regarding each of our four buildings, our programs, events, and important dates for the school year.
The focus and goal of WCV is to provide each community and their students with challenging, comprehensive, and relevant real-world PreK-12 educational experiences that are life changing. The district’s early childhood programs, held at the Stuart Elementary site, are leaders in early childhood education and are skilled in creating and implementing child-centered experiences which foster academic, social, and interpersonal growth.
Our elementary learning centers provide our primary and intermediate (K-5) children with developmentally appropriate, challenging, and enriching learning experiences. We have an emphasis on developing strong reading comprehension and basic literacy skills, foundational math skills and an enhanced social science and science curriculums. To provide a rounded early learning experience we offer our K-5 students Fine Arts (music and art) classes, and Physical Education experiences equal to none.
Our Middle School (6-8) staff utilizes the skills and strengths of each student as they enter the sixth grade. The Middle School provides each student with opportunities for challenging academics, student leadership experiences, and a variety of extracurricular programs. Our Middle School experience will prepare the students for the rigors of a state-of-the-art high school curricular and extracurricular program.
West Central Valley High school will provide young men and women the opportunity to experience the rigors of college prep classes, skill development courses, college credit
offerings, an array of vocational and agricultural classes, and numerous Fine Arts classes that will enhance their high school experience. Extracurricular opportunities abound at WCV, and the only limitations are the imagination and willingness to participate.
The West Central Valley District is committed to providing our students with opportunities which can prepare them for the competitive world of work in the 21st century. The educational process is a two-way street, and we encourage parents and family members alike to be active players in this crucial educational experience. Together we can make a difference in the lives of our students, and create for them a bright, promising, and meaningful future.
Dr. David Arnold
June 19, 2013 regular meeting 2012-2013 Board Minutes July 18, 2012 public hearing/special meeting July 18, 2012 regular meeting July 25, 2012 special meeting July 30, 2012 special meeting August 8, 2012 special meeting August 15, 2012 regular meeting August 23, 2012 public hearing August 23, 2012 . . . read more
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