NRH Police Officer Chris Rodriguez stopped by Green Valley Elementary to share how touched he was to receive THANK YOU notes from fifth-grade scholars. He commented that while he has received other awards and recognitions, they pale in comparison to being recognized by fifth-grade scholars for the work that he does in the community. BRAVO to Officer Rodriguez! Green Valley appreciated your visit as scholars begin to truly understand what the C.O.R.E. value of EMPATHY means and the impact it has on others.
North Richland Hills Mayor Oscar Trevino recently visited Green Valley Elementary to thank fifth-grade scholars for their THANK YOU notes to him. Scholars thanked the mayor for the awesome NRH parks, bike trails and for just being an awesome leader.
- 2015–16 Environmental Education Grant Program: Green Valley Elementary: Digging Into KinderGarden: North Ridge Elementary: Wild About Flowers, Bugs and Birds; Foster Village Elementary: Hydroponic Garden; and the Birdville Center of Technology and Advanced Learning (BCTAL): Bistro Solar-Powered Charging Station. (A total of $2,000 in funding will be provided for these projects.)
- Green Campus: Birdville High School, Green Valley Elementary and North Ridge Elementary. (Each school will receive a $150 cash prize to be used towards campus maintenance or beautification.)
Green Valley Elementary and North Ridge Middle presents the Annual Spring into Summer Community Carnival, this weekend, April 10-12.
The Green Valley Elementary and North Ridge Middle School PTAs are sponsoring Carnival Americana April 10‒12 at the Fine Arts/Athletics Complex. Times are: 5‒11 p.m. Friday, April 10 and noon‒11 p.m. on Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12. Click Here for ticket information.
Fourth graders from Birdville ISD’s Green Valley Elementary traveled to Fort Worth on an Education in Action Discover Texas Field Trip February 13, 2015 to experience what they are learning in fourth grade Texas History at the Fort Worth Stockyards and the Fort Worth Cultural District.