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Vinton-Shellsburg transportation director Randy Arndt

Going by the book and sharp attention to detail is what you would expect from anyone responsible for steering… Continue Reading Vinton-Shellsburg transportation director Randy Arndt

Entire community shines after VSCSD standardized test results come in

At a recent Vinton Lion’s Club meeting, Vinton-Shellsburg school Superintendent Mary Jo Hainstock gave an update concerning the school district and student performance on standardized tests.

 

“I want to make it clear that standardized test scores aren’t the only… Continue Reading Entire community shines after VSCSD standardized test results come in

4-3: Activities Postponed or Cancelled

All evening activities are either cancelled or postponed for today, April 3, 2018.

NEW- ONLINE FACILITIES SCHEDULER

Are you looking for some gym space? Wanting to use a room or auditorium for your next meeting/gathering? Check out the new online Facilities Scheduler. You’ll be able to see what’s available and know right away if your 1st choice… Continue Reading NEW- ONLINE FACILITIES SCHEDULER

PowerSchool Mobile App

mobile appFor those of you who are looking to use the PowerSchool Mobile App on your phone or tablet, there has been some… Continue Reading PowerSchool Mobile App

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PRINCIPAL'S WELCOME

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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