VICKSBURG INTERMEDIATE IS A PLACE WHERE SUPERHEROES ARE REAL AND FUTURE HEROES ARE MADE!
IMPORTANT DATES: AUGUST 31 - Reward Super Math Gators SEPTEMBER 4 - Labor Day Holiday 13 - Progress Reports 15 - Grandparent's Day (Grandparent's Day Letters are coming home in weekly folders. Please send back the reservation form by Tuesday, September 5, so that the cafeteria can plan enough food. No money will be collected until grandparents arrive at the school. We look forward to seeing our grandparents on this special day!) 26 - Parent Reading Fair Night @ 6:00 P.M. 27 - Reward Super Math Gators 29 - PBIS Reward OCTOBER 9 - Columbus Day/Fall Break/ No School 17 - GATOR Night 6:00-7:00 P.M. 18 - Report Cards go home with those who did not attend GATOR Night 16-20 - Red Ribbon Week 19 - AR Reward for 1st Nine Weeks 19-20 - Reading Fair Project Due/Judged 25 - School Picture (Appropriate Casual Clothing) 27 - PBIS Reward 30 - Reward Super Math Gators 30-31 Book Fair
The Vicksburg Post - 8-29-17 Click on the above picture to read the article about Multiplication Facts at VIS!
Breakfast and lunch are free to all.
UNIFORMS: Green or White Polo Collared Shirts Khaki or Navy Bottoms Vicksburg Intermediate School Supply List* (all grades): wide-ruled notebook paper 24 count pencils 48-count crayons box of kleenex 1 roll paper towels large hand sanitizer book bag (no wheels) Post- It Notes *All other supplies will be provided by Title I Funds.
Join our VIS PTO to support student activities, etc. $10
SCHOOL TIMES Drop Off Time-7:20 School Begins-8:00 Tardy-8:00 No Check-outs After 2:30 Dismissal-2:50 Car Riders Picked-up By 3:15
VIS is a Title I school. Because of Title I funding, we are able to pay the salaries of our lead teacher and some assistant teachers. These staff members provide support for students and teachers. Funds are also used to purchase computers, materials for the classroom, winter and summer reading books, and other items to help us be successful. The Schoolwide Plan outlines the steps our school will take to implement effective reform strategies in student achievement, curriculum and instruction, professional development, family and community involvement, and school context and organization. The plan may be viewed at the school or in the Office of Federal Programs during normal business hours.