• REMINDER: Please do at-home health screenings 

    We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and we are looking forward to seeing our students either in-person or online tomorrow, Monday, November 30th.

    If your child attends school in-person, please remember to assess your child's health each day before sending them to school. If your child has an elevated temperature or exhibits any COVID-19 symptoms, OR if your child may have been exposed to the virus over the break, please have them distance learn until they are feeling better.


    At-home Health Screening Reminder

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  • VWSD Book Club Flyer

    The Vicksburg Warren School District is proud to participate in a unique state-wide book club called Mississippi Reads One Book. Each student in grades 2 - 5 will receive a copy of Fenway and Hattie by Victoria Coe and we will read them together over the next few weeks. Watch for more fun activities online including guest readers begining October 19. Let's read!

    Scan the QR code to sign up to participate in more Book Club events! 


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  • The Vicksburg Warren County School District invites you to learn about our schools and innovative programs by joining us for a Discovery Day tour. This year, we are unable to have visitors in our schools because of COVID-19 safety concerns. Therefore, we are hosting virtual tours! Tours will be approximately two hours long and will include student-led presentations, comments from Superintendent Chad Shealy, a live collaborative ThoughtExchange and guest speakers. REGISTER for an upcoming tour. 

    2020-21 Virtual Tour Series invite

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  • New MSDH Guidelines - September 2020

    • CLICK HERE to view updated guidelines from MSDH as of September 14, 2020. 

      What’s New

      1. The isolation and school exclusion period for a positive case of COVID-19 is changed from 14 days to 10 days for consistency with current CDC guidance.

      2. The exposure time to be considered a close contact to a case of COVID-19 is updated to less than 6 feet for 15 minutes cumulative throughout the day.

      3. Masks should NOT be worn by children under the age of 2 or anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious (naps or sleeping), incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.

      4. There is no test out of quarantine; the quarantine period is a full 14 days regardless of any test results during the quarantine period.

      5. People who have tested positive for COVID-19 do not need to quarantine or get tested again for up to 3 months as long as they do not develop symptoms again.

      6. Symptom and temperature screening recommendations added. Temperature of equal to 100○F or higher should be considered fever for screening purposes. 7. School nurses should wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when caring for ill staff or students. Appropriate PPE includes N-95 mask (or surgical mask if N-95 not available) and eye protection (face shield or goggles).

      8. School nurses will not be considered close contacts while wearing appropriate medical PPE.


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    The Vicksburg Warren School District is committed to serving students nutritious meals each school day. Since many of our students will be participating in distance learning, we are happy to announce that we will be delivering free meals (breakfast and lunch) each Monday through Friday beginning soon after the start of school to our students who are learning at home. More details will be released as they become available.

    If you would like your child to receive these nutritious meals, you must complete this form. Please submit one form for each child in your home.

    CLICK HERE to complete the meal request form. 


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  • Our Education Technology team gathered the following COVID-19 internet discount resources to support our Distance Learning initiative. All offers are subject to change. 

    Internet Discounts Flyer


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    Students will begin distance learning on Tuesday, March 24. Paper packets will be mailed to students in grades PK - 2 and grades 3-12 will participate through If students need a device at home, they may pick them up at their school. Please visit your school's website (Click here to find your school ) for specific times and procedures at your school. Please see the flyer below for all details.

    Flyer with distance learning

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    The Vicksburg Warren School District (VWSD) will begin delivering FREE school meals to all children ages 18 and younger in Warren County beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Meals will be delivered each day, Monday through Friday, until students return to school. 

    Meals may be picked up at a child’s closest bus stop between 11:00 AM and 1:30 PM. A list of bus stops can be found at  A child must be present at the bus stop to receive meals. 

    The District is committed to feeding every child who needs assistance during this time and this service is not restricted to VWSD students.  Parents/guardians are encouraged to complete this form if they have children in their household who normally do not ride a VWSD bus, and they wish to participate in this program.  CLICK HERE for form or visit

    Meals for adults are not available for purchase at this time. All meals should be consumed or refrigerated within 30 minutes of delivery.

    Click here to view the meal delivery flyer. 


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    The Vicksburg Warren School District is celebrating the announcement that  River City Early College High School (RCECHS) has been named a Certified Lighthouse School, a highly-regarded standard set by FranklinCovey for the school’s implementation of the Leader In Me (LiM) initiative.  Since its official launch nearly a decade ago, nearly 4,000 schools across 50 countries have adopted the LiM process. While more than 300 schools have achieved the prestigious Lighthouse certification, this is the first time high schools have earned this status.  RCECHS is one of only two high schools in the world that were honored to earn this designation this week. 


    FranklinCovey leaders made the announcement via live video stream to an audience of River City Early College High School students, staff, parents and community leaders gathered in Vicksburg at Triumph Church to celebrate the designation. 


    The Leader in Me was first sponsored in the schools by the Vicksburg-Warren County Chamber of Commerce in 2012. It has since expanded into all schools and touches every student in grades Pre-K through 12. Four other schools in the District have earned Lighthouse Certification, the Academy of Innovation STEM Middle School, and Bovina, Bowmar Avenue and Redwood Elementary Schools.


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  • VWSD and its vendor partner, ABM, are taking ongoing precautionary steps to sanitize and disinfect facilities. ABM will be taking extra sanitizing measures in all facilities over spring break to decrease risks to students and staff. Parents are encouraged to wash all backpacks and jackets over spring break. 


    I just wanted to address several questions I've been asked regarding the Flu which includes the Coronavirus (2019-CoV). The most important point to understand is that researchers are still learning about the Coronavirus and ways that this new virus is transmitted. In the meantime, the best advice based on CDC recommendations is to:

    1. Wash your hands thoroughly regularly throughout the day.
    2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
    3. Avoid contact with people who are sick and
    4. Instruct students to sneeze or cough into their elbow if a tissue and handwashing is not available.  

    This advice will help protect you and the students from a whole host of infections, including 2019-CoV.

    I also want to address face masks and facial respirators for the flu. If a child has the flu or a communicable infection then they shouldn't be in school. A person with an immunity deficiency that requires a mask,  probably needs to be isolated from other people and a doctor's order would be needed if a face mask is required. A face mask would cause a distraction to other students and is not a health necessity at this time.


    Cyndee Nash

    Cynthia F. Nash, RN, BSN, NCSN
    VWSD Nursing Coordinator / RMS Coordinator


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