Maple Valley Schools

Maple Valley Schools (Vermontville-Maple Valley) is located in Vermontville, Eaton County, Michigan. Maple Valley Schools is within the Eaton Intermediate School District.

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York Region Transit - Routes - Numbering Conventions
... excluding Route 224) 300 series — Express (extra fare required) 400 series — High School Specials 500 series — Community Bus (local) 600 series — Viva BRT Routes Regular Routes Route Number Route Name. 12 Pine Valley Steeles Avenue @ Islington Avenue Vaughan Mills Terminal Vaughan Monday to Saturday 13 Islington Steeles Avenue @ Islington Avenue Napa Valley Vaughan Monday to Saturday Limited ... Williams High School 33/33A Wellington Aurora High School State Farm Insurance Aurora Monday to Saturday 33A services Hollidge Boulevard, Pederson Drive, and Conover Avenue, with ...
Maple Valley Schools - Miscellaneous Information
... The school mascot Lions (same as a previous logo of the Detroit Lions) The music for the MV Lions fight song is the same as Ohio State University's "Fight the Team", contrary to popular ... The school yearbook is called the Mavahian MAple VAlley HIgh ANnual ... School sports and announcement are published in 3 local papers Maple Valley News, Charlotte Shopping Guide, and Hastings Reminder ...

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