FALL SPORTS INFORMATION
Football Practice - August 26, 4pm - 6pm
Volleyball Tryouts - August 26, 4pm-6pm
Boys Soccer Tryouts - August 27, 4pm -5:30pm
Pamela Perry, a member of the faculty at Vance County Middle School, has been selected to participate in the prestigious 2019 Energy Literacy Fellows Program for this year through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute for the Environment.
The Vance County Board of Education approved the school calendars for the 2019-2020 school year during the board's March 11, meeting.
Eighth graders for the 2018-2019 school year at Vance County Middle School were recognized for their achievements during a special year-end ceremony held in the school's gymnasium on June 4.
Principal Heddie Somerville began the ceremony by welcoming everyone in attendance, including the approximately 350 eighth graders and an audience of about 1,000 family, friends and comunity members.
Eighth graders who led the ceremony included: Zephaniah Young and Anayia Harris, who sang "The Star Spangled Banner"; Devine Williams, who served as mistress of ceremonies; Kylie Newhouse and Breanna Kipp, who provided reflections on the school year; Makayla Terry and Isabel Cruz, who offered superlatives for their class; and Daniel Bolanos, who introduced the featured speaker Kimberly Jefferson.
Jefferson, who works for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and is a Vance County native, made remarks to the students and audience during the ceremony. She encouraged all of the students to work hard as they begin their high school careers to be successful and achieve their goals. She talked about her own past as a student going through Vance County Schools and eventually graduating from Northern Vance High School, in the same facility as the middle school today. Jefferson even mentioned her time as a student athlete at Northern Vance and playing basketball games in the same gymnasium.
The eighth-grade class at Vance County Middle School for the 2018-2019 school year is the first eighth grade to complete its time at the newly consolidated middle school.
Vance County Middle School captured the first-place trophy in the N.C. School Boards Association Middle School Video Contest for 2018-2019. The award was presented by NCSBA officials on November 12 during the organization's state conference held in Greensboro. VCMS won the top prize over more the 50 entries from middle schools across our state. Please enjoy our award-winning video at the link below!