Bring Your Own Device - High School students are permitted to bring and use their own devices with teacher permission. The BYOD Agreement, Approved Device List and Instructions for registering your device are in the File Library and Link Library on this page.
School Resource Officer
The School Resource Officer program is a nationally accepted program involving the placement of a law enforcement officer within the educational environment. The officer is involved in a variety of functions while in the school aimed at prevention. In addition to being an active high profile law enforcement officer, the SRO is a resource for students, parents, teachers and administration regarding law issues. Another duty for the SRO is being a link to other service agencies that provide preventive and counseling services within the school district. Working hand-in-hand with the Principals in each school, the SRO assists with finding solutions to problems afflicting today's school age children. Contact School Resource Officer Fields if you have any questions. Email: email@example.com
Infinite Campus App
Access your (or your child's) schedule, grades, assignments and attendance data using the Infinite Campus Mobile Portal! This universal app gives students and parents the same instant access to their data using an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. There are separete accounts for parents and students. Parents can contact the school for more information. Students can contact their schools Counselor for more information. When prompted for the district code enter PNBYCC. For more information visit the Infinite Campus app page on iTunes.
Follett Destiny App
With the new Destiny Quest mobile app, students can search and access library resources in a way like never before--from their iOS or Android mobile devices. Which means they can now find learning resources they need anytime, even after the school day ends. Plus it gives media specialists and teachers access to navigate the library and plan lessons, assignments and activities. Students can even view books they have checked out and outstanding fines. Best of all, this easy-to-use, intuitive learning application is free to download and available with your current Destiny subscription. For more information visit Follett's site. The Walton-Verona url for the app is wv.follettdestiny.com.
Stop Bullying Now!
You can learn all about bullying and what you can do to stop it. Take a look around and you’ll find games and cartoon Webisodes that help you Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now!
10 Simple Steps to Internet Safety
Get the parents' guide to Internet safety. We've covered everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask! Visit: Common Sense Media
Educate Parents About Social Networking and Community
Kids are spending lots of time on social networks, and parents are concerned about what’s happening on these sites. The following resources are designed to help your school provide social networking guidance to parents in whatever format works for you: in person, through mailings, or on your website. Use them to empower your parent community with the knowledge and tools they need to guide their kids toward making safe and smart choices in their digital lives. Visit: Common Sense Media
Educate Parents About Online Research and Learning
The amount of information available on the Internet is staggering, which makes searching for and gathering information easier than ever. These resources are designed to help your school provide online research and learning guidance to parents in whatever format works for you: in person, through mailings, or on your website. Use them to empower your parent community with the knowledge and tools they need to guide their kids toward making safe and smart choices in their digital lives. Visit: Common Sense Media
Providing all students with an excellent education is our mission.
Walton-Verona Schools delivers instructional programs and services that enhance the academic and personal potential of its students, resulting in successful graduates.
Our curriculum and technology are integrated in student-centered classrooms where knowledge, skills, strategies and vocabulary are connected among the disciplines of science, social studies and health.
Rising to the Challenge
Participating in Walton-Verona Schools empowers students to be able to adapt to new learning opportunities throughout their lives, collaborate with, and contribute to, the global community and to be creative and disciplined in their thinking.
'All Means All' in Walton-Verona Schools
Student achievement is our goal, and providing the most beneficial learning environment for our students is of paramount importance. We celebrate our students, encourage them and assist them.
Career & Academic Transition Strategies
Career and Academic Transition Strategies at the high school level and also known as Creating Academic Transition Skills (CATS), is a program that Walton-Verona High School implemented several years ago to help assist our students in their planning for the future careers and advise them about the important decisions that they will be faced with. A faculty member, who serves as advisor to approximately 14 freshmen, holds monthly meetings with their CATS groups to discuss a variety of important topics. Some of the topics include: individual graduation plans (IGP) career options and goals, academic success, scheduling options, community service, post-secondary options, financial aid and other specific topics that is revenant to each grade level.
The goal of this program is to help our students explore career options early and make practical choices that will lead to a successful transition from high school to either post secondary training or the work force. 9-12 participates in this program.