The Walnut Creek Campus Teen Against Human Trafficking group at the capitol.
Students from Walnut Creek Campus were recognized by Governor Kim Reynolds during Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking and Slavery’s Anti-Trafficking Day on the Hill, Wednesday, Jan. 17. The students were honored for the work they have done in their Teens Against Human Trafficking group. Governor Reynolds also signed a proclamation making January Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Month. Congratulations to these hard-working students for this recognition and supporting the successful Anti-Trafficking Day on the Hill!
Attire: No jeans, hats, chains, canes, athletic wear/jerseys, or costumes.
Homecoming Court Congratulations to the 2017 Homecoming Court! Homecoming Queen candidates are Emma Bohn, Bailey Burrell, Anna Correa, Caroline Smoldt, and Cassie Yardley. Homecoming King candidates are David Bone, Yuet Both, Kade Hatcher, JJ Kapur, and Habibu Moise.
Valley High School and Valley Southwoods Freshman High School students will watch candidate videos and vote during advisory on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during halftime of the Valley vs. Johnston Homecoming football game on Friday.