Parents and students interested in applying to VTEC High School for the Fall 2021 semester may click on this link to access the Interest Application for Fall 2021 as well as other information including important dates, pathway flyers, videos and brochures.
Pursuant to California Education Code Sections 52065 and 47606.5, charter schools, school districts and county offices must post the BOP prominently on their web pages. Please take a few moments to review to BOP for VTEC High School. It explains how VTEC utilizes Local Control Accountability Plan Funds as well as General Funds. If you have any questions regarding the VTEC BOP, please contact Bill Davis, Principal of VTEC High School at (559) 622-3212.
For the Spring 2021 Semester, VTEC will have a different schedule for the students on (Full Distance) Learning "Edgenuity". Students will be encouraged to log into their different classes throughout the day and work on their subjects for a period of time and then check in with their VTEC support teacher. The attached schedule shows the Asynchronous Work Time which is time for them to work independently and then the Check In Time, which is when they need to check in for attendance and assistance. Please review the schedule. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Diaz or Mr. Davis at 622-3212 or you can email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning January 11th 2021, VTEC High School will be on a NEW schedule. (see link) This was designed by multiple groups to provide more instructional time for our students and incorporates intervention opportunities into everyday. Distance learning has been a challenge for a number of students this year and we feel this schedule will be the best for a majority of VTEC students. After reviewing this schedule, if you find that it conflicts with your COS classes, please contact Mrs. Diaz or Ms. Hulsey for assistance at (559) 622-3212.
Visalia Technical Early College High School is excited to announce to launch our NEW Early College Pathway. The Early College Pathway is an opportunity for students to begin earning college credits during their high school years. Students pursuing this pathway must show strong academic skills in middle school and have a desire to accept the rigor of college course work. For more information click on link or contact VTEC High school at 622-3212. VTEC Is accepting applications now for FALL 2021 Enrollment.
For your convenience, the VTEC Enrollment Packet is online. It includes the Emergency card, Information Card and Student Residency Form. You can fill them out on an electronic device, (like your students Chromebook) save it and email it to Mrs. Roebuck at Kroebuck@vusd.org. We hope this process is helpful.
All VTEC students are invited to participate in the Student Equity Meetings at VTEC. Get involved and get your voice heard. Click on the link for dates and times. If you would like to participate, contact Ms. Fuentes at email@example.com for the link to the meeting. We hope to see you there!!!
The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan is a description of how the LEA will provide continuity of instruction during the school year to ensure pupils have access to a full curriculum of substantially similar quality, regardless of the method of delivery, including the LEA’s plan for curriculum and instructional resources that will ensure instructional continuity for pupils if a transition between in-person instruction and distance learning occurs. This plan addresses learning loss, technology, nutrition, mental health, disadvantaged youth and teacher preparation and support.
If you need extra help, DON'T WASTE YOUR WEDNESDAY!!!!! Contact your teacher during their Wednesday Officer Hours for extra assistance. Click on the link to see a list of all of the VTEC Teacher's Office Hours.
Visalia Unified schools will return on January 11, 2021, following winter break for both in-person and distance learning instruction. Click on the headline for more...
The 2019-2020 Visalia Unified School District Annual Report provides an overview of departments within the District. The report also highlights the accomplishments of students and staff during the 2019-2020 school year and provides a brief overview of statistics.
We understand how important it is to attend to the social and emotional needs that arise during this time of uncertainty related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and school closures. If you need social emotional support or encouragement or just someone to talk through worries and concerns you have, our school psychologists and school social workers are here to talk with you. Click on the headline to read more.
Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) offers a powerful means to explore and express our emotions, build relationships, and support each other – children and adults alike – during this challenging time. Visit the VUSD Social Emotional Wellness Resources During COVID19 website to find resources and tools to help support the social emotional wellness of students, parents, and educators.
Do you live in Visalia and have a child who is turning 4 years old on or before December 1, 2020? If so, you can begin enrolling your child for the 2020-2021 school year. Click on the headline for more information, including locations and enrollment requirements.