Good Afernoon Parents/Guardians: The SY21-22 P-EBT cards processing started the week of July 30th and Summer P-EBT card processing started this week. Here is the link to the P-EBT portion of the TDHS website that has a wealth of information including contact information for both the SY 21-22 P-EBT and Summer P-EBT, https://www.tn.gov/humanservices/p-ebt.html . The TDHS would like parents to check on the status and distribution dates of benefits by using the P-EBT Parent Portal by visiting https://onedhs.tn.gov/parent or calling the hotline 1-833-419-3210. Distribution dates are also shared on the THDS website, and on TDHS Facebook and Twitter accounts. Below are some quick access numbers and links that may assist you: ~ Parent hotline/helpdesk number is 1-833-419-3210 ~ If you have discarded your card and need to request a new one, please visit www.connectebt.com to request a new P-EBT card or call 1 (888) 997-9444. You can also call the P-EBT assistance line at (833) 419-3210. ~If you have discarded your card and need to request a new one, please visit www.connectebt.com to request a new P-EBT card or call 1 (888) 997-9444. You can also call the P-EBT assistance line at (833) 419-3210. ~ If you think your student qualifies but you have not received funds on your card, call the P-EBT assistance line at (833) 419-3210. ~ Families who would like to appeal would access the Appeals Online Portal: https://appealsonline.dhs.tn.gov/Home/Login or call (833) 496-0661.
1 day ago, Cassandra Binkley
The Letterman Jacket guy will be at school in the morning at 8:00 to size anyone that wants to purchase a jacket this year. He can also help students with their order while he's there. There's no deposit necessary to order.
6 days ago, Dustin Sullivan
Jacket Flyer
September is Attendance Awareness Month, but school attendance is important all year long! School attendance is essential to academic success, but too often students, parents, and schools don’t realize how quickly absences, excused or unexcused, can add up to academic trouble. Chronic absence— missing just 18 days per school year— can lead to third graders being unable to master reading, sixth graders failing courses, and ninth-graders dropping out of high school. This school year we are challenging our students to Strive for No More than Five absences for the entire school year!
16 days ago, Kelly Lewis
Attendance Flyer
The Tennessee Department of Education and Commissioner Penny Schwinn announced on Monday that the Van Buren County School District has been designated as an Exemplary District. This is the highest designation for a school district and is based on the state accountability determinations for the 2021-22 school year. Congratulations to the faculty, staff, and students at Spencer Elementary and Van Buren County High School and to the administrators of the Van Buren County School District on this high honor! We would also like to thank the parents and community partners who support and contribute to the education of our students! Thank you!
16 days ago, Kelly Lewis
Exemplary District Flyer
Middle school baseball tryouts will be this Thursday, September 15, 2022 at the high school baseball field from 3:00-4:30. Tryouts are open to any boy in grades 6th-8th. Please bring a glove and come properly dressed.
17 days ago, Dustin Sullivan
This school year we are challenging our students to Strive for No More than Five absences for the entire school year! Perfect attendance may seem impossible, but no more than five absences is achievable for most students! However, they can't do it alone! Students need someone at home supporting and encouraging them to be at school everyday and on time.
23 days ago, Kelly Lewis
Attendance Awareness Month
LABOR DAY WEEKEND BREAK - This is a reminder that Van Buren County Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Friday, September 2nd and Monday, September 5th for the Labor Day Break. Be safe and enjoy the long weekend!
about 1 month ago, Admin
Labor Day Break
StopIt Safety Reporting App - Van Buren County Schools has partnered with TN Risk Management to provide our students and community with an easy way to report incidents of school and student safety to administration and staff. StopIt is an app and web based safety reporting program. Reporters remain completely anonymous. You can find the app in the app store or by visiting https://appweb.stopitsolutions.com/login and searching for "Van Buren County Schools - Spencer, TN" Please explain to your students that this app is only to be used for legitimate safety concerns. False reports waste valuable time and resources and undermine the purpose behind the program. It is our desire that this program adds another layer of safety and security to our school system and helps us to mitigate problems and concerns. Thank you for your help in making our schools safer!
about 2 months ago, Admin
StopIt Logo
The Convoy of Hope, which serves all counties in the Upper Cumberland including Van Buren County, will be in Crossville, on Saturday, August 27. Please share this post with families in need.
about 2 months ago, Kelly Lewis
Convoy of Hope
Van Buren County Schools are happy to announce that the TN Dept. of Health's School Based Dental Prevention Program will be providing sealants, fluoride varnish, dental screenings, and education to our students in PreK through 8th grade starting in September! In order to participate in this awesome program, your child must have a consent form signed by a parent or guardian. Consent forms have been sent home with all students in PreK-8th grade. If you have misplaced your child's form, please call Kelly Lewis at (931) 946-7371.
about 2 months ago, Kelly Lewis
Dental Sealant Form
The first full week of school is busy, hectic, and sometimes even a little crazy! We all deserve a little fun after the work we have put in this week! We hope to see all of our students, families, staff, and faculty at the FREE Back to School Splash! See flyer below for details!
about 2 months ago, Kelly Lewis
Back to School Splash
Good attendance habits pay off! From PreK to 12th grade, 80% of success is showing up on time and being ready to learn! We ask our parents, families, and community to encourage and support our students as they strive to arrive! Strong Attendance=Strong Students!
about 2 months ago, Kelly Lewis
Strive to Arrive Poster
(We apologize if you are receiving this message in error-we are working to update our system contacts.) VBCS BACK TO SCHOOL DATES TO REMEMBER: SES & VBHS Open House & School Supply Giveaway: Tuesday, Aug. 2nd 4-6pm New Student Registration: Wednesday, Aug. 3rd 8-9am First Full Day for Students: Monday, Aug. 8th Back to School Splash at Fall Creek Falls State Park Pool: Friday, Aug. 12th 5-7pm (This is a free swim party for our Van Buren County Schools' family!) You can find this information and our upcoming school calendar by visiting: www.vanburenschools.org
3 months ago, Admin
Back to School Save the Dates Fall 2022
The Van Buren County School System is currently collecting school supply donations to distribute to students in need on Tuesday, August 2, 4-6 p.m. at the VBHS Auxiliary Gym at our School Supply Giveaway! Information regarding this event is posted below.
3 months ago, Kelly Lewis
School Supply Giveaway Donation Request
Van Buren County Schools is proud to have the best and brightest teachers educating, empowering, and leading our students!
3 months ago, Admin
We love our teachers!
Reminder that tball/baseball/softball registrations end tomorrow! Register online at vbcya.com
4 months ago, Dustin Sullivan
Van Buren County Schools Families, Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 24th is our abbreviated day. Buses will not run tomorrow. Report cards may be picked up by drive-through at the front of each school building between 8-9am. Report cards may also be picked up during summer school beginning May 31st between 8am-2pm. We hope your students have a wonderful and safe summer!
4 months ago, Admin
VBCYA tball/baseball/softball registration is currently open. Players can be registered at vbcya.com
5 months ago, Dustin Sullivan
Reminder that high school boys basketball tryouts are tomorrow (Wednesday, May 18th) from 4:30-6:00 at the auxiliary gym.
5 months ago, Dustin Sullivan
Families - the last day for after school care was Friday, May 13th. There will be no more after school for the remainder of the school year.
5 months ago, Admin