HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

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1:1 Roll Out Options

For those of you who haven’t come in to get your computer yet, there are still a few opportunities. Aug 18: 1:30pm Aug 18: 6:00pm

Please schedule an appointment with the HS Office if these options won’t work.

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Post Prom- Computer Shells

Post Prom Committee will once again be selling the school approved laptop shells and flash drives that fit the student MacBook Airs. (Shell Case Order form (1))

The shells come in nine color choices and will sell for $23.  … Continue reading

New Phone System

Screen Shot 2014-07-15 at 11.20.34 AMThe district has recently changed phone systems. Though transitions are sometimes hard, we believe this will better serve our families and district.  The menus have changed and … Continue reading

1:1 Collection Information

Dear HS Families:

As the year continues to wind down it’s time to start talking about the turning in of the HS 1:1 laptops. Below you should find a link to a little infomercial that was shared with your student … Continue reading

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PRINCIPAL'S WELCOME

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Welcome to Vinton-Shellsburg!  We are a comprehensive high school of approximately 500 learners.  We strive to meet the needs of young people through a variety of academics and activities.  We offer a full-compliment of multiple course offerings, along with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

On behalf of the high school staff, we want you to know that we are committed to continuously updating our curriculum, which includes offering relevant content and utilizing a variety of effective instructional styles.  To be successful and competitive in post-secondary experiences, you should come to school each day with an attitude of making an investment in your future.  The best possible learning environment is one in which all educators and students are intrinsically motivated to be the best.

~Matt Kingsbury, Principal

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