Virtual Open House Night
Elementary School - October 28, 6-7 pm
Middle School - October 26, 5:30-6:30 pm
High School - October 26, 6:30-7:30 pm
Ms. Burch will be sending out the zoom login information soon!
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States.
We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week by having a week full of VLA Spirit to show that we have better things to do than drugs. Teachers will be discussing the negative impacts of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco throughout the week. Please have conversations at home with your children as well.
Red Ribbon Spirit Week
Monday: Proud to be Drug Free!
Red Ribbon Kick-Off. Students wear red to show their spirit!
Tuesday: From My Head to My Toes, I’m Drug Free!
Crazy Hair or Crazy Headgear (hat, visor, headband) and crazy sock day.
Wednesday: Dreaming Big and Being Drug Free!
Pajama day. Please make sure all pajamas are appropriate for school.
Thursday: Team Up Against Drugs!
Wear your favorite team gear or show off your school spirit (VLA shirt).
Friday: Say Boo to Drugs!
Wear a costume. Costumes must not cover student faces. Costumes must be kid-friendly, and not be inappropriate in nature, or bloody/scary. You can also choose to wear orange or black, Halloween or fall shirts.
Calling all student and parent photographers!
Staff Spotlight - Ms. Haehlen
"I love teaching at VLA because it is such a unique school! It works for so many different family lifestyles."
Ms. Brittany Haehlen teaches fourth grade. She has her bachelor's in Elementary Education from the University of Kentucky and her master's in Teacher Leadership from University of the Cumberlands.
Academic Integrity Reminder
Attendance and Employability
See the document below for instructions on how to check your student's employability. Our goal is for VLA students to attend every required zoom class, follow instructions, and uphold our school expectations! Keep up the good work!