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Valley R-VI
Reorganized School District
Preparing students today for the challenges of tomorrow.
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Latest School News

Welcome to the Valley of the Vikings

Welcome to Valley R-VI School District, home of the Vikings! Situated in historic Caledonia, Missouri, at the intersection of state highways 21 and C, eleven miles south of Potosi and just north of Elephant Rocks State Park, we are dedicated to preparing our students for the challenges they will face tomorrow.

We invite you to browse through our new website to learn more about our district and how we’re preparing our students in rural, eastern Missouri. Of special note are our events pages, which are dedicated to keeping you informed about everything going on in Viking territory. We look forward to seeing you soon!

A Message from Our Superintendent

What an honor it is to be the superintendent of this great school. I have had the privilege of being a Valley Viking for nearly a decade, and I take great pride in who we are and the lives we have impacted for the good as a school district over those years and the years long before I arrived. I have grown very fond of our students, staff, and community, and I expect our school to continue to do great things.

I hope what you find on our website is helpful. If we can assist you with anything, feel free to contact us. As we continue moving forward, we will work diligently to strive for excellence in all that we do here at Valley, for we should never forget that we have the potential to make a lasting positive difference in the life of a child.


Michael Silvy, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools