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Aaraeuna Stamps, Alex Lawson, Alyssa Thomas, Ashley Bracey, Ashley Patterson, Erin Lawson, Jayla Holt, Kemi Ward, Kendraya Smith, Kennedi Fitzgerald, Kristen Sullivan, Lexi McDaniel, Madison Banks, Naperia Swartz, Khaliya Williams
Abigayle Calaway, Destiny Mayfield, Emily Harris, Emma Rose Ragland, Gabrelle McCleod, Haley Oldenburg, Isabella Danzcyk, Jane Hopson, Jordan Townes, Kimberly Burton, McLaurin Truesdell, Morgan Nelson, Natalie Greer, Sara Randolph, Schyler Morgan, Selby Springfield, Taliyah Jenkins, Zoe Jennings
Adrianna Richardson, Ashira Kennedy, Chany Parman, Haley Nevels, JaKalyn Woods, Janiya Hardeman, Laila Brown, Laney Schrader, Lorali Lacey, Mya Erves, Payton Feagin, Skylar Tweedle, Veonna Sellars, Zoe Cole
Parents of WCHS students are asked to complete the following surveys and forms regarding use of Title I funds. Please click on the links to begin. Thank you!
Students can pre-order their 2019 yearbook by either purchasing from a yearbook staff member or by clicking on this link: www.yearbookordercenter.com. The job order number for WCHS is 10935. For the third nine weeks, the cost of a yearbook is $80.00 and $90.00 with name stamped on cover. The last day to order a yearbook is January 18, 2019.
Follow the yearbook feeds on Facebook (wchsvalhalla) and Instagram (wc_yearbook) to get the latest on school happenings and events.
All students must have Chromebooks for classes.
Steps for Being Issued a Chromebook
Chromebooks were distributed to students for the 2018-19 school year Wednesday, July 25, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM and Thursday, July 26, and Friday, July 27, from 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM in the WCHS Library.
All students must return the Chromebooks they were issued for the 2017-18 school year before it can be reissued to them. Students must have their Chromebooks, blue hard shell (top and bottom), power adapter and cord, and black soft case. If any accessories are missing or damaged, the fee to repair or replaced them is listed below:
We understand that the recent tragedy of a school shooting in Florida has led to a sense of unease among students, parents and the community. The Vicksburg Warren School District is committed to protecting the safety and welfare of all its students and staff and takes any safety threat seriously.
Our Safety Resource Officers will continue to collaborate with local law enforcement including the Vicksburg Police Department and Warren County Sheriff’s Department to immediately and thoroughly investigate any threat. All credible threats will be addressed.
VWSD continues to make the safety of our students, employees and visitors a top priority. Anyone who hears or knows about a potential threat or dangerous situation, should contact Officer Dewayne Sims, Chief of School Safety, at 601-415-7186.
Website updated 2/20/19