The event will be held on May 18 from 9am-6pm at Vineland High School South, 2880 E. Chestnut Ave.
Early registration for the 5K run will end on April 19 with a $25 registration fee. Late registration will last from April 20 until May 18 with a registration fee of $30. Early registration for the Color Run will end on April 19 with a $12 fee, and late registration will run between April... (cont'd)
Please see the attached letter from VHS Principal Suzette DeMarchi regarding this year's state assessment and the removal of the PARCC test. The letter includes information regarding the test and what students may and may not bring with them on testing day.
Vineland High School will hold their first Summer Transition Camp for the incoming freshman (Class of 2023) on Wednesday, August 21 and Thursday, August 22 from 8:30am-2:30pm in the Tanner Building (VHS North). There is no cost for this camp and lunch will be provided each day. Transportation will also be provided, with pick up/drop off according to zones. More information to follow.
Education is a shared responsibility of all the stakeholders in the community and our children are our communities most valuable asset. All students can learn and are entitled to a learning environment that is safe, orderly and stimulating. Knowledge empowers and students should have equal access to a variety of experiences in pursuit of academic excellence in preparation of all future endeavors.
Every person deserves respect; therefore, we should empower our students to recognize the importance of positive attitude, respect, and values. Character-building is essential students’ social and emotional growth, physical well-being and, civic responsibility as contributing members of our community and thus, it is essential for our school to strive to understand the personalities, abilities and needs of our students.
Vineland Public Schools is located in the heart of South Jersey, with access to major metropolitan and resort areas. Our district, one of the 20 largest in the state, includes 16 schools serving nearly 11,000 students.
We strive to facilitate the educational, physical, social and emotional growth of our culturally diverse population and to prepare students for life in the twenty-first century. Our comprehensive educational programs provide all children with opportunities to excel in a wide variety of academic and extra-curricular areas. The accomplishments of our students are a tribute to their talents and the dedication of our teachers and staff, but it is also a reflection of actively involved parents and guardians. We seek the very best education for all students despite ever-present economic challenges. We promote and facilitate a spirit of respect, cooperation and open communication within our supportive community. We encourage parental and guardian participation in our schools through consistent and fruitful dialogue between parents and staff. It is only through cooperation and communication that schools and communities can be partners in providing the very best for all students.