100 Blackhawk Drive
High School Office Hours
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Attendance Line: 608-637-1606
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Thank you everyone for being so understanding and flexible dealing with the challenges that our weather has been handing us this school year. Due to the number of days we've had to cancel school, we will need to make up some of this time. In an effort to make as little change as possible to our school calendar, we have made the following changes to add extra classroom time. Students will have a full day of school on Wednesday, February 22 and Thursday, June 1. (NOTE: These dates were previously not full days of school) Please keep in mind that if we have anymore days that are delayed or closed, we will add those school days to the end of the school year. Please contact your student's teacher with any questions or concerns.
New 3D Printer at VHS!
Check out the article from the Vernon Broadcaster here...
ATES TO REMEMBER.....
Feb 21st - Term 3 Progress Reports
Feb 24th - Mar 3rd - VHS Book Fair
Feb 28th & Mar 1st - ACT Testing
Mar 2nd - Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:30 - 7:30
Mar 27th - End of Term 3
(Please go to our 'Announcements' page under "Office Info" on the High School page for daily updates/information!)
FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
UPCOMING SPORTING EVENTS:
Mon Feb 20
Boys Basketball @ River Valley Bus 3:50
MS Girls Basketball Home
Tues Feb 21
Girls Basketball Regioinal @ BRF Bus 4:45
Thurs Feb 23
Wrestling @ State Bus 3:30
Gymnastics @ Sectionals -Baraboo Bus 1:45
Boys Basketball vs Arcadia
Fri Feb 24
Possible Girls Basketball @ GET
The Viroqua Area Schools has a working relationship with the Vernon County
Health Department to care for the health and wellness of students in our
school district and our community. When you call your student in for an
illness related absence, please include specific symptoms that your
child is experiencing. We are able to track this information to watch for
and anticipate any additional needs that our community may need.
Thank you for being a part in keeping our community healthy.
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of any characteristic protected under State or Federal law including, but not limited to, sex; race; religion; national origin; ancestry; age; genetic information; color;creed; pregnancy, marital status; parental status; sexual orientation; or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability in its programs, activities or employment.