The 2022-2023 VTEC Freshman Application will be available on February 1st, 2022. You can access it at this link. There will also be videos and online brochures for your convenience. All VUSD 8th grade parents and students will receive information about VTEC High School. For more information, contact our office at 559.622.3212
Attention Seniors: The VTEC Scholarship Foundation Scholarship is now available. DO NOT DELAY!!! It is due March 15th. Click on the link to the application to complete the application and print it. If you have questions, see Mrs. Lalanne for more information.
Many VTEC students received their academic letter last week. If you would like to order a Letterman's Jacket to display it on, please click on the link to learn more about our local distributor, 559 EMBROIDERY. They have a custom jacket made just for VTEC and can assist you with all of your individualized embroidery needs.
Attached is the link for the 2021-2022 VTEC Bell Schedule. As in the past VTEC will have late start on Fridays, not Mondays, like the rest of VUSD. The reason for this is because of the partnership with College of the Sequoias and the need to have a schedule that is accommodating for students taking COS courses. Most COS courses are Monday through Thursday and this aligns well to the VTEC block schedule. If you have any questions, contact the office is (559) 622-3212.
One of the VTEC 6 C's is character. Part of having good character is being on time. Because of that, VTEC is initiating a NEW tardy policy, beginning August 23. Please click on the link to see the policy and consequences. Consequences for excessive tardies include loss of off-campus lunch privileges and detention. We will also be extending passing periods to help students make it to class on time. Punctuality is important in life and in school. Please help us by ensuring your student is at school on time each morning. Thank you
The VTEC Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant was written with stakeholder input ans support. The goal of the grant is to help mitigate the learning loss due to the pandemic and provide students an opportunity to get on track for graduation. Please click on the link to review. If you have any questions contact Bill Davis at 559.622.3212.
Hey Everyone. VTEC is excited to share our "NEW" Early College Pathway video. We would like to thank Matt Terry, Kim Batty and the folks at VUSD who helped put this together. Please take a few minutes to check out the video and learn a little more about this great new partnership with COS.
Visalia Unified School District's After-hours Academic Assistance (AAA) provides after-hours academic support, through a virtual platform, for all VUSD students grades K-12 at no charge, four evenings a week. The hours are 5:30 - 9:30pm, depending on the grade level.
Every 10 years, a new U.S. Census is conducted, and the population counts are then used for redistricting. Trustee areas must be relatively equal in total population using the new Census counts. After new Census data are released, all jurisdictions must evaluate whether their current trustee areas (boundaries based on the last Census) have equal populations using the new counts. If not, trustee area boundaries need to be adjusted to re-balance trustee area populations.
Mountain View's VISTA Dual Immersion program will help students learn academic content while acquiring a second language. Because of the teaching strategies that will be utilized, students will learn the concepts and skills needed at each grade level while developing the ability to read, write, speak, and listen in the target language. Students that participate in VISTA will become biliterate in both English and Spanish at the end of 6th grade.
Do you live in Visalia and have a child who is turning 4 years old on or before December 1, 2021? If so, you can begin enrolling your child for the 2021-2022 school year. Click on the headline for more information, including locations and enrollment requirements.
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.