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Student Spotlight: Evan Maher Grade: 10 Q: How do you like VCHS so far? A: I think VCHS is a very unique school with a lot of great students and teachers. Q: If you can improve one thing about the school what would it be? A: Keeping in mind our school is relatively small, … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Evan Maher
New Year's Resolutions
Student Spotlight: Katelyn Keene
WinterFest is on Friday, December 15th! Remember to bring your money! There will be great food and all the proceeds go to the organizations at our school. Here are some of the food items that will be there: cheer Jamba Juice jag Post Candy GSA baked goods HOSA chocolate covered strawberries and hot cider drama … Continue reading WinterFest
Thanksgiving Plans Hello fellow Jags! Let's find out what our peers plan to do during the upcoming break.
On November 9th, students from Mrs. Rincon’s AP Spanish class presented family recipes. These presentations involved many homemade recipes from the many cultures.
Today I meet with Savannah Tinker a sophomore at VCHS. Q: What's your dream car? A: Tesla model X or a Range Rover Q:What is something that a ton of people are obsessed with but you just don't get the point of? A: Fidget Spinners! Q:What amazing thing did you do that no one was … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Savannah Tinker
Mississippi Bans “To Kill a Mockingbird” In mid-October, a school district in Biloxi, Mississippi banned Pulitzer prize-winning novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” claiming that the author Harper Lee unnecessarily utilizes racial slurs that make residents and children of said residents “uncomfortable”. The Problem First of all, the predicament that this school district … Continue reading The Banning of Books