You can view your report card on Power School. If you would like a printed copy please stop by the school site for one. You have opportunity for credit recovery if needed beginning on Monday. You will need to register if interested.
Good morning Dons! This message serves to remind you that we will be holding a summer school credit recovery program for our students beginning on Monday. The district will be providing transportation for students if needed. If you will need transportation, we kindly request that you contact our Transportation Director Melissa Gonzales at 426-2313. Thank you in advance.
Attention West Las Vegas High School and Family Partnership Families: We will be offering E2020 credit recovery classes on our main campus and at the Valley School for families that live out there. Wishing you all a wonderful and safe weekend. It's always a great day to be a Don!
Here is the link for the live stream of tomorrow's graduation at Gillie Lopez Gym, starting at 10 AM. The live stream will begin at 9:30 AM. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/west-las-vegas-high-school-las-vegas-nm/evt29c8a47fbc
Reminder for all Seniors: Tomorrow you are scheduled to walk through WLVHS, Family Partnership, Armijo Elementary, Tony Serna Elementary, Don Cecilio Elementary, Union Elementary, and West Las Vegas Middle School. You MUST report to the West Las Vegas High School library at 8:15 AM. Please wear your cap and gown (no tassel). There are also two MANDATORY GRADUATION PRACTICES AT 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM. These practices are not optional. It is Mandatory and you must be present to partake in the commencement ceremonies. Following the practice is a BBQ for the graduate and three guests. Your tickets were inside your cording ceremony bag. A senior video will be played at the BBQ. Also, many of you have not turned in your senior checkout form or Chromebooks/Chargers. This needs to be done tomorrow as well.
Attention Seniors: There is a mandatory practice for graduation happening right now. If you are not at the gymnasium for practice you must get to the gymnasium immediately. Thank you.
Good Morning Seniors: Just a friendly reminder that you ALL will need to report to the high school at 9:15 with your cap and gown. (No Tassel). Today we start visiting schools. It is important that you ALL attend and instill a sense of Dons Pride and Inspiration to others. For those of you that have never been to the Valley Schools, it allows you to see where some of your peers went to school in the earlier years. We are all so proud of you and every student, employee, and administrator wants to celebrate you. Tonight you will have your senior celebration. Every one of you will be recognized. Seniors, please dress in black and white. You are allowed to bring two guests to the celebration. See you all there! Go Dons Go!
Attention Seniors: Do not forget to select two guests to bring with you tomorrow night to the serf at 6:00 PM
Good Afternoon Seniors. This message serves to remind you that tomorrow you will be visiting Valley Elementary and Valley Middle School. Make sure to wear your cap and gown for the school visit. You will not need your tassel. Please be at WLVHS by 9:15 AM. Also, tomorrow night is your Senior Banquet at 6:00 PM. This event has been moved to the Serf. Please dress in black. You will NOT need to bring your cap and gown to the banquet. All seniors will be allowed to bring two guests to this banquet. The two guests will be part of the cording/awards ceremony. Appetizers will be served. All Seniors should be in attendance and will be recognized.
Seniors: Tomorrow, May 16th is your Senior trip to Albuquerque. Please report to school at 6:30 AM. Final exams continue for all other ninth through eleventh-grade students. Please try to be on time and prepared for your exams.
Seniors: This notice goes out as a reminder that the Baccalaureate Mass will be held this Sunday at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish for the 12:00 mass. Please be there by 11:30 out front for further instructions on that day. I need all of you seniors that are planning to attend, to let Ms. Jenny know by the end of the day so we have an idea of who will be in attendance. If you did not get a cap and gown, please contact Jenny today.
Good Morning Dons! We would like to congratulate our Writing Club for representing our state, our community, and our school in Denver, Colorado, over the weekend. The students participated in a writing workshop, poetry slam, and a few other fun endeavors. The students presented amazing poetry that they have written and truly demonstrated that students from WLVS are Talented, Smart, and Capable of Success. Thank you to Mr. and Ms. Lopez for inspiring students and to Ms. Villa-Lopez for volunteering her time to help chaperone.
How did WLVHS Esports earn the state title? The short answer would be the new class 3A team points record of 132 points. But, here are the numbers that led to this. There were a total of 27 students on the team. This season New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) and their partner company PlayVs sanctioned 8 game titles. League of Legends, Splatoon 3, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, NBA2K, Rocket League, Madden, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Hearthstone. The team fielded at least one varsity in all of these game titles. Each of these teams competed in an 11 week regular season, beginning in January and ending in April. At that point the NMAA & PlayVs reviewed team records and standings in each game title. A team's standing earned from 1 to 15 points towards the overall team title. WLVHS Esports earned a class 3A record 87 points at the end of the regular season. During the postseason teams earned additional points for advancing in their tournament bracket. Teams could earn 1, 2, 4 (4th place), 7 (3rd place), 10 (2nd place), or 15 (1st place) points. WLVHS Esports earned 45 postseason points, this includes an individual championship for the Rocket League team (15 points), a state runner-up finish for the Splatoon team (10 points), and a third place finish for the Mario Kart team (7 points). The 45 postseason points were added to the 87 regular season points earned and the final team total was a dominant 132 points. That total was the 3rd most points scored across all 5 classifications, 84 participating schools. Only 5A schools Clovis and La Cueva earned more points. This season the NMAA crowned overall champions in all five classifications A, 2A, 3A, 4A, and 5A. WLVHS Esports was crowned the overall 3A State Champion. Once a State Champion, Always a State Champion!
Seniors, this notice reminds you that you will take your exams this week. You must be in attendance first thing in the morning for the study hall session. Tomorrow you will take exams for period 1 and period 2. At the end of the testing session each day, you will be asked to complete a task that is needed to get you to graduation week.
Congratulations to Henissy Gomez for finishing 2nd place in the 100 hurdles, Mark Balizan for finishing 4th in the Triple jump, and our boy's 4x100 relay for finishing 6th place. At the NMAA State Track Meet.
Here are a couple of updates for you: WLVHS girl's 4x100 relay finished 2nd at the NMAA State Track Meet. Our WLVHS Boys 4x100 relay finished 6th at the NMAA State Track Meet. WLVHS ESports Splatoon won an extremely close match again a Raton team and will play in a championship match versus Sandia Prep. Go Dons Go!
We wish all our track, baseball, and e-sports athletes a successful competition day. We want to congratulate our E-Sports team for their State Title, Jonathon Gonzales for 3rd place at state in the High Jump, and Lilliana Salas for 3rd place at State in Discuss. Go Dons Go!
Congratulations to Mr. Bachicha and the E-Sports Team. Our Dons are bringing home a 3A State Championship
Students that are interested in credit recovery during the summer through Edgenuity are encouraged to visit with their school counselor.