Blazer Bulletin

September 13th, 2021

News!

Amazing Self-Paced Families:


Please join us for our next fundraiser at Mod Pizza this THURSDAY! We hope to see you there. Click on the link to get your code and donate part of your purchase to VVSP!



Thank you for another great week at VVSP. If you are not receiving a weekly report on your child's progress, please contact me and we will set that up for you. This will share with you how your child is doing and what progress has been made on their courses.


Your checklist:


  • stay on pace - use the pacing calendar
  • log in 5/7 days a week
  • email teachers using their Vail School District email from their welcome letters

Senior Spotlight: Zoey Mindziak

Why is online learning helping you to successfully graduate high school? Why did you choose online learning?

Because of online school, I was able to get some classes done before hand so that I don't have to do as many this year, which allows me to focus on other things such as college. I chose online learning because I am able to sort of have my own schedule. As an introvert I like to be able to do my own thing at times, but also have the option to go out.


What hobbies or activities do you enjoy outside of school?

I enjoy drawing, making music, traveling, and hanging out with friends and family.


What is your plan after you graduate this year?

I plan on going to Charleston Southern University and work on becoming an Art Therapist.

OPEN LAB HOURS

All VVSP students are welcome to work at the Vail Innovation Center's Open Learning Lab on Tuesdays from 9:00-3:00 and Thursdays from 5:00 - 8:00.

We encourage you to take advantage of the setting and the opportunity for support.

Final Exams

Vail Virtual Self-Paced Final Exam Policy Update


We wanted to send you a reminder on the final exam process change for VVSP High School Courses. This policy will start on August 2nd.


Upon completion of the course, students will receive an email from his/her teacher that will approve them to take their final exam. Final exams can be taken on Tuesdays with starting times between 9:00 - 2:30 and on Thursdays from 4:00 - 8:00 (must start no later than 6:30 pm) at Vail Innovation Center. No appointment necessary.

10775 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way

What to expect during the exam:

  • During the exam the student may:

    • use a 4x6 notecard “cheat sheet” made prior to their exam time

  • Final exams range from about 30-60 questions

  • Questions include multiple-choice, fill in the blank, and matching questions

  • Students are allowed up to 2 hours to complete their exam

  • All final exams must be completed before the end date of your course has expired or there will be an extension fee of $30 per course.


Bring your email approval and an ID when you come to Vail Innovation Center to take your exam.


Please be sure to read the expectations above carefully so you are in compliance with the policies to ensure your final exam results are valid.

Kudos Corner

Mrs. Lotti would like to recognize the following students for being AHEAD of pace: Sonora Parrish, Gavin Borquez, Enrico Dimambro, and Jasmine Nicholson. You are all rock stars!


Mrs. Lotti would also like to recognize the following students who are ON pace: Brady Butler, Alisha-Allyna Calumag, Alana Catlin, and Abigail Garcia. You are amazing!


Ms. Tellechea would like to recognize Miles has been amazing at asking questions in regards to German grammar. He seems to really want to grasp the concepts in order to use them properly. I really admire how much he has improved in just a few months.


Ms. Kennedy would like to recognize Gabriela Castillo-Quintero for consistent communication and maintaining on pace in her Algebra 1 course as well as Isabella Awbrey for always being positive, polite and working so hard on her Algebra 1 course.


Mrs. Manciet would like recognize the following students in American Government A for being ahead of pace: Malcolm Breaux, Mazalina Marshall, Sonora Parrish, Donovan Redding and Jakob Rettig.


Mrs. Manciet
would also like to recognize the following students for being on pace in American Government A: Armando Lang, Kinler Lees, Eli Stinger, Sarah Williams

Sydney Wood and Athena Zarris-Vagts.

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