• Vicksburg Warren School District

    2020 Federal Programs Application

    The Vicksburg Warren School District will present its 2020 Consolidated Federal Programs Application to the Board on May 30, 2019.   This application outlines how funds provided from the USDE under Elementary and Secondary School Act will be used in the district. The application will be available in the Office of Federal Programs located at 1500 Mission 66 until June 7, 2019 at 4:00pm.  Public comments regarding the application may be sent to Laura Prather – PO Box 820065 |1500 Mission 66 | Vicksburg, MS 39182 or

    Comments (-1)

    Pre-bid meeting: 10:00 A.M. CST on Tuesday, May 7, 2019

    Vicksburg Warren School District Board Room, 1500 Mission 66, Vicksburg, MS 39180


    Sealed bids due by: 2:00 P.M. CST on Tuesday, May 21, 2019

    Click here for more information 


    Comments (-1)

    The Vicksburg Warren School District Hall of Fame has been established to honor and recognize athletes, coaches and administrators who have made a substantial contribution to the VWSD Athletic Program. The deadline for submissions is Saturday, June 1, 2019. 

    Click here for more information. 


    Comments (-1)

  • CLICK HERE for the latest information on the 2018 Facilities Improvement Bond projects. 


    Comments (-1)


    Attention parents and students: Applications for the 2019 - 20 school year for the following programs are now available. Please follow the links below for more information.


    Academy of Innovation - (Grades 7-8) Deadline - February 15, 2019

    Bowmar Avenue Elementary School (Grades K - 6:00) Deadline February 28, 2019; 3:00 P.M. 

    River City Early College (Grades 9-12) - Deadline - January 31, 2019 - ONLINE APPLICATION CLOSED

    Pre-K  (for students who turn 4 years old before September 1, 2019) - Apply at your zoned school beginning on January 15. 



    Comments (-1)


    Bovina Elementary ranks second in state and Bowmar Avenue Elementary, fifth

    November 11, 2018 - The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) released the results of the fall 2018 assessment of kindergarten readiness on Friday.  Vicksburg Warren School District showed an increase in scores over last year, moving from an average score of 515 to a 521. The state average was 501, dropping slightly from last year.

    “With the school board’s dedication to early learning and the expansion of our Pre-K classes from four to seventeen, we expected to see a rise in our scores and we are thrilled to see this steady increase.” stated VWSD Superintendent Shealy. “The hard work of our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers and assistants is to be celebrated today.”

    The Kindergarten Readiness Assessment evaluates early literacy skills such as the ability to recognize letters and match letters to their sounds and a student’s recognition that print flows from left to right.  

    Bovina Elementary had the second highest average in the state, scoring a 607. Bowmar Avenue was fifth in the state with an average score of 585.  Bovina principal Miki Ginn credited the accomplishment to “dedicated teachers and assistants that come ready to give their all to the students each and every day. Parents make a big difference, too, we couldn’t do it without them.”

    Overall, the district scored better than 82 percent of all of the districts in the state, with six of its eight elementary schools, Beechwood, Bovina, Bowmar, Redwood, South Park and Warrenton,  besting the state average. Two others landed within ten and 16 points of the state average.



    Comments (-1)
  • Future Graduataes


    On Monday, November 5, 2018, the Vicksburg Warren School District celebrated the beginning of major renovations and additions at Vicksburg High School made possible by the passage of an $83 million facilities bond issue in March of this year. All schools in the District will receive upgrades based on needs and the Vicksburg High School upgrades will cost approximately $37 million.

    The project will provide much needed updates to the building to support the school district’s mission of graduating all students college, career and life prepared. The plan, designed by Dale Bailey Architects of Jackson, MS, features a new secure glass forum at the main entrance and aligns with the school district’s transformation of its high schools into college and career academies.

    Additions and improvements add 21st century learning spaces and will include new lab space, a mock courtroom, an entrepreneur lab, an aquaponics lab, student leadership lounge, media center and a student run store and credit union.  Student and staff safety were also considered in the renovations and secure entries and improved communication systems are planned for the building.

    Click here to see more photos and to read the press release. 


    Comments (-1)
  • Dale Bailey Architects released a rendering and plans for the new Acadamy of Innovation building that has been made possible by the Facilities Improvement Bond issue passed in March of 2018. The new building will be located on Mission 66 across from the District's Central Services Office and will house the seventh and eighth grade STEM middle school. It is expected that the project will be complete in the fall of 2020. 


    AOI Vision Rendering

    Comments (-1)

Community Input