Waterville Valley Elementary School

Waterville Valley Elementary School

Waterville Valley Elementary School - Home of the Wolves

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  • Check out the Communication Line for all the upcoming WVES activities.


     I Love to Read!


    During the month of April, WVES celebrates "I Love to Read!"  Students will participate in a number of activities to include Heifer International Read to Feed program, a Breakfast Book Buffet, Character Day, PJ Day, Language Arts Jeopardy and taking time to enjoy listening to guest readers.  We encourage everyone to read, read, read!


    Look what arrived just in time for spring!  Great job 3-5!

     chick chick chick



    Amerigas is Giving Back to Schools!


    School Days from Amerigas Propane will give our school up to $2000 per school year for books and computers, sporting equipment, art materials or travel funds for educational field trips.


    Amerigas Propane receipts we collect are like money in the bank.  For every gallon shown on those receipts, our school will earn $.02.  Now, that may not seem like a lot of money, but it adds up quickly.


    What do we have to do to receive the money?  Waterville Valley Elementary School is forming a School Days effort to take advantage of this opportunity.  Please save your Amerigas Propane receipts and bring them to Waterville Valley Elementary School.  The receipts may come from a business or private residence with a zip code of 03215.  At the end of the heating season, WVES will send all the paperwork into the Community Care Program to receive reimbursement.


    Thank you for supporting our school!


    Mrs. Adams Davis and Mrs. Kapp were invited to UNH for their first New England Robotics Championship.  It was an amazing event.  Mrs. Adams Davis and Mrs. Kapp had the opportunity to speak with the commissioner and senator to discuss these programs.


    UNH Robotics


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Waterville Valley NH

  • Incorporated in 1829, Waterville Valley is a year-round resort community located in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest, conveniently located only 2 hours from Boston.

    In spring, summer and fall, Waterville Valley is the place for hiking, fishing, biking, running, golf, tennis, carnivals, community picnics, ski swaps, ice skating, and many more outdoor pursuits.

    In winter, the Valley is alive with its abundant ski and snowboard activities on Mt. Tecumseh, snow shoeing, indoor tennis, swimming, hockey, ice skating, and amazing cross country skiing.

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