History of Vallivue School District
Vallivue School District had its early beginnings as thirteen rural school houses scattered throughout the countryside of Canyon County. The various schools housed students from kindergarten through eighth grade and each building was independently administered by a local school board. These local boards joined together as one district in 1961 to form Canyon School District (later renamed Vallivue School District) and Vallivue Junior-Senior High School opened in the fall of 1963.
The majority of the students at that time were from farming families. The school colors were chosen by the founders to reflect the farm roots: brown for the earth and gold for the harvest. The school mascot, the falcon, was chosen to represent open spaces.