Vassalboro Community School

1116 Webber Pond Road, Vassalboro, Maine 04989 (207) 923-3100 Main office hours: M - F 8am - 4pm
IF YOU'RE A VCS PARENT/GUARDIAN AND YOU ARE'NT GETTING THE ROBO-CALLS FROM OUR SCHOOL, LET US KNOW. SEND AN EMAIL TO mallen@vcsvikings.org with your information so we can update it.

Click below for the December and January Calendars

December 2020 calendar.pdf

VCS Theater Students create videos for "Virtual Drama"!

Drama1.mov
Drama2.mp4

Featured are a scene from Toy Story and a scene from our spring play "After Hours" by Kevin Stone

Parent Letter 10_20_ 2020.pdf

Book Fair Time


This year the Vassalboro Community School Library is having our fun Fall book fair online! It's in two parts: a Back-to-School Spooktacular from September 27 through October 10 and a Holiday Gift Sale from November 1 to November 14. Two great chances to stock up on reading, buy great gifts, and support your school library! Just click the link and follow the cues to order online.

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/vcslibrary

VCS student interview with Joshua Seal as a project for Deaf Culture Week

Meet Joshua Seal, Deaf Interpreter at Pine Tree Society and Instructor at University of Southern Maine


https://usm.maine.edu/linguistics/josh-seal

We interviewed Josh yesterday to learn more about his life. Here is a summary of the interview:

Q: Hello Josh! Can you tell me a little about your life today? Your work interpreting? Your children?

A: I was born and raised in Maine. I moved to Texas for about 1 ½ years, then moved back to Maine with my wife and one child. I worked at Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for several years, then I changed jobs. My boss offered me a full time job on staff at Pine Tree Society as a Deaf Interpreter.


Q: What is your opinion about the COVID virus?

A: When the CO-VID pandemic started, I was nervous about interpreting on TV, but now I am more relaxed and comfortable.


Q: What is your favorite hobby?

A: My favorite hobby is playing disc golf. The rules are similar to golf, but you use a frisbee and aim for a metal basket.


Thank you Josh, for sharing your time with us. It was great to see your face again! Have a nice day!

If you would like to read more about Josh and other Deaf Interpreters’ work with Maine CDC, see this news article:

https://wgme.com/news/local/what-its-like-being-a-sign-language-interpreter-on-tv-during-a-pandemic

Letter to parents and community from Superintendent Pfeiffer

Letter to Parents & Staff 9 22 20.pdf

Free Spectrum Internet for those who are not connected...Read below

Keeping You Connected When It Matters Most

Welcome to the VCS Virtual Open House!

In the slide show, click the Bitmoji in front of the classroom door to see more!

FINAL Copy of 8/27/2020 Open House - loads last slide

Bus Safety Expectations

The VCS School Re-opening Plan

Click the documents below for more information

Remote Learning Expectations
8.11.2020. Letter to Parents .pdf
Vassalboro School Year Plan - Narrative version FINAL ADOPTED 8-18-20.pdf

Looking for past videos, posts, and notices? Check the COVID-19 archives here