Vicki Bork
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  • Colleges Attended: Northern Illinois University, University of Utah

  • Degrees Received: Bachelor of Arts, Master of Science, School Psychology Certification

  • Major(s): Sociology, Special Education, School Psychology

  • Started Teaching in: 1987

  • First Year at VHS: 2005

  • Hobbies: Camping, gardening, and knitting.


Born/raised in Rockford, Illinois Moved to Utah with husband, Tom, to ski and enjoy outdoor activities Parent to two faithful companions: Riley 3.5 year old chocolate labrador retriever and Oscar (AKA - no, no bad dog!) a 5 month old yellow labrador retriever Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois. Master's degree in Special Education from University of Utah in SLC, Utah. Certified school psychologist from University of Utah. Employed in Jordan School District starting her 23rd year, started at Valley High School in 2005. Vicki feels that Valley gives staff and students a greater opportunity to interact with one another and that for the most part students who attend Valley are serious about completing their high school education. Vicki enjoys working with students both on an individual basis and in groups. Her favorite hobbies are knitting and flower gardening. Stop in her office in the counseling center and say hello! Her goal this year is to get to know as many students as she can on a first name basis!
Vicki's Corner
Vicki will post an article each quarter here on the Valley High website for the benefit of both parents and students. Please check out Vicki's "tips" each quarter!
A Bedtime Story
9-2-09
Holiday Advice
12-14-09
Moving Ahead
12-14-09
Planning Your Future
12-21-10
Relational Aggression
9-7-11
Helping with Self Esteem
10-25-12
Your Role in Preventing Suicide12-11-12 Internet Advice The New Drug Epidemic6-3-13

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