News & Announcements
Arts Alive Master Classes Enrolling Now!
Master Classes will be held on April 22, 2023 from 9am-12pm and are open to any VCS student for FREE! Click for more information.No Headlines to display
L.B. Yancey Bulldogs Host Career Day and Expo
Prior to today, fifth grader Zoe had no idea what she wanted to be when she grew up; however, at the end of L.B. Yancey Elementary School’s Career Day and Expo, she knew and expressed with much enthusiasm that she wanted to become a photographer. The event was held on March 22, 2023, in the school’s gym. The theme of L.B. Yancey’s Career Day & Expo was “I Am Tomorrow”. This was the second staging of the event, which featured students dressing up as doctors, chefs, police officers and more. Even staff members joined in, wearing different career outfits. Parents were invited to join in on the festivities along with their children. Last year’s Career Day was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions.No Headlines to display
Vance County Schools is Gearing up for the 2023 Arts Alive Master Classes!
Vance County Schools is excited to share that we will be hosting Arts Alive Master Classes on April 22nd, from 9:00AM - 12:00PM at the Center for Innovation!No Headlines to display
VCS Announces District Leadership Roles
Vance County Schools is proud to announce Dr. Destiney Ross-Putney as the Chief Officer of Instruction and Innovation, following the upcoming retirement of Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Gail Powers. Additionally, Kedecia Stewart-Faines will be the Beginning Teacher Support Coordinator for the school district and Casey Jackson will be the Advanced Teaching Roles Coordinator.No Headlines to display
Clarke Elementary School Social Studies Teacher Named the 2023 Social Studies Elementary Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Ms. Nicole Clarke, Social Studies teacher at Clarke Elementary School, for being named the 2023 Elementary Teacher of the Year, at the NC Council for the Social Studies Conference! Ms. Clarke was also awarded the Social Studies School Service Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Excellence in Teaching Award.No Headlines to display
Vance County Schools' Students representing Vance County Schools at the NCTIES 2023 Conference
Ten students traveled to the North Carolina Technology in Education Society (NCTIES) conference to be featured in the Student Showcase! These students grabbed the attention of so many educators and other students who were interested in their competition challenge and the coding platform. Thank you students for representing Vance County Schools and our Robotics program! We are looking forward to seeing these students in action during the RoboVANCE competition on May 6th!No Headlines to display