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Moms, Dads, and kids of all ages gathered at VCS to celebrate special times and escape the cold weather. The 2014 VCS PTO Snow Ball Dance was a great time and the pictures below prove it!
Family Math Night in the K-2 wing is coming up on Thursday, February 6, from 6:00-7:00. Parents and students will have the opportunity to spend time together participating in two different math activities! Green registration papers have been sent home with the students, and parents have been asked to choose their top three choices. Activities cover a range of math skills including counting money, addition and subtraction, patterns, numerical order and measuring. We look forward to seeing you there for this fun and educational evening!
VCS 2nd graders were featured in a local newspaper article recently! The kids under the direction of Sunny Brown and Mr. E were shown learning all about money and how it impacts their lives. Check out the article here: http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/Jobs_for_Maine_Graduates_lesson_in_Va...
Did you know that VCS has a homework club available for all students in grades 5-8? Students can receive extra help and structured work time after-school. Homework club is offered Tuesday and Thursday until 4:00 pm. Snack is provided to all students. Parents will need to arrange transportation and send a note for permission to stay. Call 207-923-3100 for more information.
Ms. Briggs Art classes have been hard at work spreading holiday joy with their ceramic Gingerbread Houses! Check them out! Great job kids!
(VCS JMG students pose with Kevin Boucher)
The 2013 VCS Christmas Craft Fair was a success! The VCS JMG program is using the money raised to help one of our own. Kevin Boucher, a graduate of VCS, has been diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer which affects the liver and spleen. The proceeds raised from this event will go to Kevin to help him offset the many costs associated with his treatment. Many thanks to all who helped with their time and generosity.
The past Friday marked the annual VCS Halloween Dance! Since the Craft Fair was being set up in the cafeteria, the various ghosts, goblins, and zombies invaded the gym! The doughnut eating champion was crowned as well as the various winners of the costume contest. See great kids having a great time below...
The VCS Vikings are headed to the playoffs! Grab your copy of the SVAC Playoff Schedule and come support the players!
On Wednesday evening, October 9, forty five Kindergarten, first and second grade children and their families attended the annual Title I-sponsored Parent And Child Night, also known as PAC Night! In order to make this event more convenient for families, Mr. Esposito and his students put much time and energy into offering a community dinner prior to the event.With guidance from a K-2 teacher, families then learned how to make and use some type of literacy activity, leaving with the materials to enjoy it at home.Families were able to participate in two activities during the night, learning fun ways to improve literacy skills such as phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, and comprehension.At VCS we are thankful for the support we get from our parents and community when hosting these events!
VCS students and staff celebrate World Smile Day!
Here are some scenes from our annual Grandparents Breakfast at VCS!
The 8th grade students at VCS were the first in the nation to receive training on Apple's newest operating system for the iPad...iOS7. Dr. Lindsey Carnes of Apple visited our school on Thursday September 26th for a day of learning and exploration on the new iPads. Students and teachers got a chance to learn the "ropes" on how to use their new MLTI iPads in the classroom. Dr. Carnes will be back October 3rd for more exciting learning opportunities with the 7th grade students and teachers. The parent meeting for all 7th and 8th grade parents will be the evening of October 8th at VCS. (Stay tuned for more info)
Mr. E, one of our incredible teachers, recently had a temporary illness requiring him to be out of school. However, Mr. E really wanted to be able to continue to interact with his students. Thanks to technology equipment that was recently acquired as a result of a grant...Mr. E was able to interact with his classes over the internet. In the picture, Mr. E is teaching from Inland Hospital while the kids talk with him and work on assignments. VCS is connected and using technology to keep teachers and students face to face!
Soccer Tryouts will begin September 4th from 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm. Come dressed and ready to play!
Open House will be, August 28th from 5:00-6:30pm, the evening before the first day of school. It's an opportunity for students and families to meet the teachers and learn where everything is prior to arriving for the first day of school. Hope you can join us!