Teacher & Staff Appreciation Week is May 2-6! Join us in celebrating our wonderful, hardworking teachers and staff who are SUN-SATIONAL & TIKI-RIFFIC! We are so thankful for each and everyone!
Seniors, Reminder that the VBCYA scholarship application is due to Coach Sullivan Monday, April 25th.
FFA Spring Plant Sale: The Spring FFA Plant Sale is going on now! Support our Van Buren County FFA by purchasing plants from the VBHS greenhouse. If you have any questions you may call the school at (931) 946-2442. A list of available plants and prices can be found at this link: https://5il.co/18og0
Early Bird Preschool Registration will be held May 16-17. Please share this information, especially with those who may not have internet or Facebook accounts, to help us reach all those students who are eligible to attend!
As one school year is winding down, we are already starting to plan for the next! Kindergarten Registration will be held May 5-6 at Spencer Elementary. Please share this information, especially with those who may not have internet or Facebook accounts, to help us reach all those students who are required to begin Kindergarten in August!
Tobacco use rates among Tennessee youth have been decreasing over the past few years, but the use of electronic cigarettes (vapes) is on the rise. Both smoking and vaping can lead to nicotine addiction, lung damage, and other health issues. Tobacco use and vaping is especially harmful to young people because their brains are still developing. This month the Department of Health is partnering with Van Buren County Schools to educate our students about the importance of staying nicotine free by not using tobacco or e-cigarettes (vapes).
Van Buren County Schools will be dismissing at 1:00pm today, Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 due to incoming inclement weather.
Parents, today is the day! If you have young children or are expecting one, you know diapers are expensive! Here is an opportunity to get some for FREE! Please share!
Parents! If you have young children or are expecting one, you know diapers are expensive! Here is an opportunity to get some for FREE! Please share!
This year's theme is Celebrate a World of Flavors! Throughout March, embrace the foods and flavors of your heritage and other global cultures. Learn more about #NationalNutritionMonth: https://sm.eatright.org/NNMinfo
Important information regarding the Girls State Basketball Tournament: The girls’ basketball team will play Dresden at the Murphy Center at MTSU in Murfreesboro on Thursday, March 10, at 10 am. Tickets for the State Tournament may be purchased on GoFan at the following link: https://gofan.co/app/school/TSSAA for $12 or $15 at the door. We are running a pep bus for high school students that will leave at 8 am Thursday morning. Students must submit a parental permission form and be in good standing with grades and attendance to ride the pep bus. Students who attend the game with family will need to sign in at the game with Ms. Raeanna Langford or Mrs. Marlene Delong at the Murphy Center to not be counted absent. We hope everyone can come show their support for the EAGLETTES!!
Eagle basketball fans, Tickets for our home substate game Monday night vs East Robertson can be purchased online at GoFan (link below). Tickets are $8 purchased ahead of time & $10 at the door. It is strongly recommended that you purchase your tickets ahead of time to guarantee they don't sell out. Everyone school age & older must have a ticket for entry. If you need help using GoFan to purchase tickets you may come by the school during school hours & someone will help you. The game is Monday (March 7th) at 7:00 at VAN BUREN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. https://gofan.co/app/events/571369?schoolId=TN8714
Eaglette basketball fans, Tickets for our game Saturday night vs Red Boiling Springs can be purchased online at GoFan (link below). Tickets are $8 purchased ahead of time & $10 at the door. It is strongly recommended that you purchase your tickets ahead of time to guarantee they don't sell out. Everyone school age & older must have a ticket for entry. If you need help using GoFan to purchase tickets you may come by the school during school hours & someone will help you. The game is this Saturday (March 5th) at 7:00 at MACON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. https://gofan.co/app/events/570235?schoolId=TN8714
Van Buren County Schools will be CLOSED today, Wednesday, February 23, 2022.
UPDATE: Parent/Teacher Conferences have been cancelled for tonight and rescheduled for next Tuesday, February 22nd.
Van Buren County Schools will be dismissing today, Thursday, February 17th at 1:30pm due to incoming weather. Parent/Teacher Conferences will still be held as planned, however, if you would like to set up a phone conference with your student's teacher instead of coming to the school please call your child's respective school office to schedule this meeting. Spencer Elementary - (931) 946-2171 Van Buren County High School - (931) 946-2442
PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held at both schools tomorrow evening, Thursday, February 17th between 3:30pm-7:00pm. There will be no after-school care or archery practice. Volleyball and Softball will have strawberries for sale at both schools. 1 Quart=$5, 4 Quarts=$17, or 8 Quarts=$27 The Class of 2023 will be hosting a Dinner from 3-7pm to raise money for the Jr. Class. Dinner includes a Loaded Baked Potato, Bowl of Soup, Dessert and Drink for $8 per plate. SES Activities: -Scholastic Book Fair held in the library -STEM Night held in the Gym from 4-6pm -Title I Parent Involvement Meeting in Room 101 at 5pm
Random Acts of Kindness Day is Thursday, February 17! Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 13-19! #MakeKindnesstheNorm #RandomActsofKindnessDay #RAKDay The work to create a kinder world never ends. There is no limit on the amount of goodness we can put into the world, but we need your help! We invite you to join the annual Random Acts of Kindness Day (RAK DAY) celebration on Thursday, February 17, and help #MakeKindnesstheNorm
Van Buren County Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Friday, February 4th, 2022.
With so many symptomatic illnesses this time of year, here is a nice infographic to help guide your decision to "Should I send my child to school?!?"