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Valdez City School Board
UPDATED SCHOOL CALENDAR
CLICK HERE to view the updated 2013-2014 school calendar adopted by the VCS School Board on April 14, 2014.


 
APRIL SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENUS
CLICK HERE for the April breakfast menu
CLICK HERE for the April lunch menu

 
VALDEZ CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
FY’15 VCSD BUDGET HEARING CALENDAR


The School Board has scheduled the following budget hearings/work sessions.
Regular School Board Meeting:
04/14/2014, Monday, 6:30pm – School Board Room
04/28/2014, Monday, 6:30pm– School Board Room
Budget Hearing/Work Sessions:
04/01/2014, Tuesday, 6:30pm – School Board Room
04/05/2014, Saturday, 10am – School Board Room
 
The public is invited to attend all the budget hearings and provide input on the FY’2015 VCSD budget.
CLICK HERE to view the
FY15 Budget Presentation


ALL meetings will be held in the
School Board Room
Valdez City School District Office
1112 West Klutina Street
Valdez, Alaska 99686

 
MARK YOUR CALENDERS
Upcoming Inservice Days: (No School for Students) April 14-16
8th Grade Promotion May22, 10am at HHES
VHS Awards Ceremony: May 12th, 11am
VHS Graduation: May 14th, 7pm in the VHS Gym
Last day for Students: May 22nd

 

END OF THE YEAR STUDENT TESTING SCHEDULE

Student Testing Schedule:
April 12: ACT Exam
(registration deadline March 7)
April 17th: Accuplacer Exam*
May 3: SAT Exam
(registration deadline April 4)

*Accuplacer Exam:
(PWSCC placement exam) will be offered at VHS, periods 6-8, April
17th; first attempt is free. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school
office. You must pass this exam to qualify for the following classes in
next years’ schedule: College US History, College Political Science,
College English, College Math 105, and College Math 107. This
exam is mostly for next years juniors and seniors. There is not a class
for incoming freshman or sophomores to take unless they are really
advanced in math.

VHS student survey for classes next fall,
will be administered by Mrs. Riddle:
 Monday, April 21 - in junior classes with Mrs. Walker
 Tuesday, April 22 - in sophomore classes with Mr. Kalmon
 Wednesday, April 23 - in freshman classes - with Mrs. Walker
 Thursday, April 24 - in 8th grade classes at GMS with Mrs. Huston

Any questions please contact Mrs. Riddle, VHS Counselor at 834-2303.

 
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 7th
If your child will be 5 years of age on or before September 1st, 2014 please stop
by the Hermon Hutchens office, 9:00AM-4:00PM to register for Kindergarten. Bring your child’s birth certificate and shot record. Pre-registration will continue through April 18th.
If you’re unable to come in, please call the HHES office @ 835-4728.

 
STUDENT SPRING GEAR CHANGE REMINDER
Valdez City Schools has provided the following reminder:
Season Change = Gear Change
We know it’s hard to believe, but Spring is getting ready to turn all of our snow into LARGE puddles. With this melting, it will be time to switch out your child’s snow pants for rubber boots and rain pants (if you have them). *Also, PLEASE make sure your
child has a FULL SET of extra clothing on hand, for when the gravitational pull of the
LARGE puddle is too much to resist.


 
UPCOMING MUSIC DATES
April 10-12, Jazz Fest at UAF
April 15, Recital 8:00, VHS
April 21, VHS Spring Concert
April 24-26, Region Music Festival at ACS
May 9-10, State Solo and Ensemble at UAA

 

VHS STUDENTS USE NEW GRADE PROGRAM TO REGISTER FOR FALL 2014 COURSES
From Melissa Reese, Director of Education Services
Valdez City Schools is committed to helping students maximize their academic achievement and
communication is a key component of this goal. Currently, students and parents have access to
student grades and related course material on school websites via Edline. Last fall, Valdez City Schools
staff researched grade systems that allow students and parents more direct, immediate access to
grades. The Modular Management System for Schools (MMS) grading program was selected for
implementation next school year. This program is a component of the school’s current information
system and provides secure, self-service web-based access to parents so they are informed about
their student’s daily progress in school.
 
Valdez High School has activated the MMS Parental Portal including online course registration which
enables parents and students to select the courses together. This spring, students will use the MMS
Portal to select VHS courses for the school year 2014-2015. After students finalize course selections,
the MMS student information system will be used to place students into course sections. This process
will streamline registration and reduce scheduling time.
 
In preparation for VHS course registration, MMS Parent Portal instructions have been mailed home to
high school and 8th grade parents. High school parents are encouraged to activate their accounts
right away. All other parents will be provided with instructions this year.
 
Please note that Edline is still being used for grade reporting this school year. Current daily grades
will not be available on the MMS Parental Portal until next school year.
 
Helping students attain academic success is a top priority for Valdez City Schools. VCS is excited
about the opportunity of providing an on-line course registration method for high school students.

Student Testing Schedule:
April 12: ACT Exam
(registration deadline March 7)
April 17th: Accuplacer Exam*
May 3: SAT Exam
(registration deadline April 4)
*Accuplacer Exam:
(PWSCC placement exam) will be offered at VHS, periods 6-8, April
17th; first attempt is free. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school
office. You must pass this exam to qualify for the following classes in
next years’ schedule: College US History, College Political Science,
College English, College Math 105, and College Math 107. This
exam is mostly for next years juniors and seniors. There is not a class
for incoming freshman or sophomores to take unless they are really
advanced in math.
VHS student survey for classes next fall,
will be administered by Mrs. Riddle:
 Monday, April 21 - in junior classes with Mrs. Walker
 Tuesday, April 22 - in sophomore classes with Mr. Kalmon
 Wednesday, April 23 - in freshman classes - with Mrs. Walker
 Thursday, April 24 - in 8th grade classes at GMS with Mrs. Huston
Any questions please contact Mrs. Riddle, VHS Counselor at 834-2303.

WAX MUSEUM 2014
The Living Wax Museum is a 7th Grade tradition at Gilson
Middle School. Students choose any person, either living or
dead, and research that person’s history. The project takes
about a month to complete. During that time students will
read a book about their character, construct a timeline of
events, write a research paper, create a map, formulate a
speech, and even gather props for the day they will don a
costume and play their character’s part at the culminating
event -- The Living Wax Museum.
Each student will have a decorated space in which he
or she will deliver a speech to whomever wants to hear.
Over the years we have had George Washington, Larry
Bird, Marilyn Monroe, Cleopatra, and Amelia Earhart, just
to name a few, show up at the Wax Museum.
We hope you’ll mark your calendar for one of the
performance dates at HHES:
Thursday, May 8, from 6-7 PM and
Friday, May 9, from 9-11 AM.

Learning Technology for Summer Use
Want to help your student keep their reading and math skills
strong through the summer? Visit the HHES Splash Page,
URL is below, or you can just search: HHES Splash Page.
Additionally, there are links and directions for Math-Whizz,
Lexia, and ScootPad. Students can even accrew points on Scootpad over
the summer that can be redeemed for cool prizes when school resumes.
Students should have their passwords memorized, if you need help
accessing these resources there are step by step directions on the Splash
Page, or you can email Mrs. Keeney at: skeeney@valdezcityschools.org

https://sites.google.com/a/valdezcityschools.org/vcsd-splash-page/

Next PTA meeting: Thursday, April 17th
3:30 PM @ HHES


Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week:
May 5th - 9th
Please consider donating your time
and/or cooking/baking skills to help
show the HHES Teachers and Staff
how much they are appreciated.
*If you would like to be involved,
please call the PRC 834-4718. We
are still in the planning stages, more
details to come.
Playground Committee: looking
for at least four additional people to
be on the playground committee.
Need to be planning and
fundraising now for the amazing
playground we will build. Our new,
kid designed, covered playground
is scheduled to be built in June
of 2015. We need your help to
make this happen. Please see the
valdezprojectplayground Facebook
page for updates.
The PTA is always willing to hear
new ideas and include more people.
Sign up today

Principal Bennett says Farewell
CLICK HERE to view letter

Parent Advisory Committee
 The PAC consists of Valdez parents who meet quarterly
as active participants in the planning of the Title I
Reading Program, Indian Education Program and the
Migrant Education Program. If you are interested in the
PAC, please contact Tristy Morrison at 834-4718.
APRIL/ MAY EDITION OF "THE VOICE"
Catch up on all the current events and new information from the Valdez City School Newsletter.
CLICK HERE to view the April/May edition of The Voice

 
GMS OPENING DATE
The NEW Middle School will be complete EARLY!
School will start for all students September 2nd. All the details of the 2014/15 calendar are in works, to be finalized at the school board meeting on April 14th.

 
10th ANNUAL VALDEZ NYO MINI MEET
NYO (Native Youth Olympics)
Both the high school and middle school teams are preparing for this upcoming meet here in Valdez. Come Cheer them on.
10th Annual Valdez NYO Mini Meet
April 12th, 2013
9:00 AM
High School Gym

 
CAREER CENTER INFORMATION
Sara Irwin Goudreau has returned as the Career Advisor through May 22, 2014. Please call Mrs. Goudreau with any concerns at 834-2309 or email her at
sgoudreau@valdezcityschools.org .



 
GILSON MIDDLE SCHOOL AFTER THE BELL PROGRAM
Gilson’s ATB Gilson Middle School’s “After The Bell” program is an excellent opportunity for your sons and daughters to be involved in positive and supervised after-school
activities. Supervised Activities:
Monday – Thursday
3:15-4:30 p.m.
There is bus transportation available afterwards to designated locations.
Reminder: Last day for ALL after-school activities is May 15th.

 
HHES PARENT RESOURCE CENTER INFORMATION
The Parent Resource Center at HHES offers both family and student resource materials for all ages. Drop in for a cup of coffee or tea, and allow us to share our materials with
you. We offer a large variety of resource books, mentor programs, federal program
information, Valdez Reads tutoring, and more. Stop in, and check out what the PRC has to offer today.

 
HOMEWORK HELPER
Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday
3:00 - 4:20pm
Homework Helper is an after-school academic assistance program for students in grades 3-5, instructed by NCLB highly qualified individuals. Snacks are provided and bus transportation is available to specific locations. Parent permission forms are available in the Parent Resource Center at HHES. Call Katey Connell in the PRC for more information at 834-4718.
Last day for ALL afterschool activities is May 15th.

 
VCS ANNOUNCES PARTICPATION IN NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
Valdez City Schools is pleased to announce our participation in the National School Lunch Program. Meals will be available to all children at our following schools:
Hermon Hutchens Elementary and Valdez High School.
Meals meet nutritional standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Our schools will participate in the National School Lunch Program.
If your income is less than or equal to the following guidelines
you are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. These guidelines are effective July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. If you have children who approved for Supplemental
Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formerly known as Food Stamps,Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)or Native Family Assistance Program (NFAP), they
are automatically able to receive free meals by filing an application that includes their assistance number from one of those programs. Students who are migrant, homeless, or runaways are automatically eligible and do not need to fill out an application. Foster children receive free meals regardless of the income of the household with which they reside. Note: Medicaid and Denali Kid Care case numbers do not qualify for eligibility.
CLICK HERE for more informtion.

 
SCHOOL BOARD ADDS IN-SERVICE DAYS
The School Board voted last week to add three new in-service days to the school calendar: April 14th, 15th and 16th. The State Board of Education approved the addition and the school calendar has since been officially updated.
CLICK HERE to view the school calendar


 
FEBRUARY & MARCH SCHOOL MENUS
CLICK HERE to view the February Breakfast Menu
CLICK HERE to view the February Lunch Menu
CLICK HERE to view the March Breakfast Menu
CLICK HERE to view the March Lunch Menu


 
JULY 2013 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the July 7th School Board meeting.

 
AUGUST 2013 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the August 12th School Board meeting.
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the August 26th School Board meeting.


 
SEPTEMBER 2013 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the September 9th School Board meeting.
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the September 23rd School Board meeting.
OCTOBER 2013 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
CLICK HERE to view the minutes from the October 3rd School Board meeting.

 
NOVEMBER 2013 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
CLICK HERE to view the meetings from the November 11th School Board meetings.
JANUARY 2014 SCHOOL MENU
CLICK HERE to view the school menu for January 2014.

 

Sports Fees



Sports Fees for the
2013-2014 School Year

VHS Students
$100.00 per student/per activity for Basketball, Cheerleading, Nordic Skiing, Football, Volleyball, Swimming, Wrestling, Cross Country Running, Band, Choir, Track and Field, Baseball, Native Youth Olympics, and all Activity Managers. All students need to have a physical prior to participating in Sports. 

GMS Students
$100.00 per student/per activity for Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Native Youth Olympics, and all Activity Managers. 

Hardship cases will be considered by the Principal.

SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM


Valdez City Schools is pleased to announce our participation in the National School Lunch Program. Meals will be available to all children at our following schools: Hermon Hutchens Elementary and Valdez High School. Meals meet nutritional standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Our schools with participate in the National School Lunch Program.

CLICK HERE to see information and INCOME CHART

If your income is less than or equal to the following guidelines you are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. These guidelines are effective July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. If you have children who approved for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formerly known as Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needs Families (TANF) or Native Family Assistance Program (NFAP), they are automatically able to receive free meals by filing an application that includes their assistance number from one of these programs. Students who are migrant, homeless or runaways are automatically eligible and do not need to fill out an application. Foster children receive free meals regardless of the income of the household with which they reside. Note: Medicaid and Denali Kid Care case numbers do not qualify for eligibility.

For more information, or to get an application for free or reduced-price school meals, contact: Amber Cockerham, PO Box 398, Valdez, AK  99686 or by calling 907-834-4700 or by emailing acockerham@valdezcityschools.org.

We can't approve your application unless it's complete. The information you give us on your application may be checked at any time. You may apply for free or reduced price meals at any time during the school year if your situation changes. If you become unemployed, your child(ren) may be able to have free or reduced priced melas based on your unemployment income. If we deny your free or reduced price meals applicaiton, we will give you a chance to appeal the decision.

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculature policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

FACILITIES USE


The 2013-2014 sports season for all state sponsored activities, and most school sports events have been scheduled. To prevent building use/playing time conflicts, the Valdez City School District requests that non-school sponsored activity sponsors contact the Maintenance Office, 835-4706 (As Early As Possible) to review the schools' scheduled activities prior to setting their schedules/season.

VALDEZ CITY SCHOOLS NOTIFICATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS


In Compliance with the Executive Order 11246; Title II of the Education Amendments of 1976; Title VI of the Civic Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972; Title IX Regulation Implementing Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and all other Federal, State, School rules, laws, regulations, and policies, Valdez City Schools shall not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, national origin, religion, handicap, disability, parenthood, parenthood, pregnancy, marital status, change in marital status, veteran's status, veterans' disability, political affiliation, admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities, in its educational programs or activities. It is the intent of Valdez City Schools to comply with both the letter and spirit of the law in making certain discrimination does not exist in its policies, regulations, and operations. Grievance procedures for Title IX and Section 504 have been established for students, their parents and employees who feel discrimination has been shown by Valdez City Schools. Specific complaints of alleged discrimination under Title IX (sex) and Section (handicap) should be referred to:

Rhonda Wegner, Title IX Coordinator * Valdez High School * 907-835-4767
Christopher Bennett * Section 504 Coordinator * HHES * 907-835-4728
Elizabeth Balcerek Ed.D * School Administrator * VHS * 907-835-4767
Lisa J. Stroh Ed.D * Superintendent * 907-835-4357

Title IX complaints may also be filed with the Office for Civil Rights

Office for Civil Rights, Seattle Office
Henry M. Jackson Federal Bldg.
915 Second Ave, Room 3310
Seattle, WA  98174-1099
206-220-7900 / email: ocr.Seattle@ed.gov

All students attending Valdez City Schools may participate in education programs and activities, including but not limited to health, physical education, music and vocational and technical education (consumer education, trades & industrial education, business & office education, etc.) regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, age, handicap or sex.
 

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION


It is the policy of Valdez City School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, national origin, parenthood, marital status, changes in marital status, gender, disability, admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and actiities. This notice is made to: applicants for admission and employment, and unions or professional organizations holding a collective bargaining or professional agreements.

This policy is in compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI of the Civic Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Chapter 18 of the School Laws of Alaska. Inquiries or complaints regarding compliance with these regulations may be directed to:

Rhonda Wegner
(Title IX Coordinator)

Christopher Bennett
(Section 504 Coordinator

Elizabeth Balcerek, Ed.D
(School Administrator)

Lisa J. Stroh, Ed.D
(Superintendent)

Division of Teaching and Learning Support
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development
Post Office Box 110500
Juneau, AK  99811-0500
907-465-2800
or
Director of Civic Rights
Department of Education
550 12th Street SW
Washington, DC  20202-1100

Bus Routes



2013-2014 BUS ROUTES

* ARRIVAL TIME FOR FIRST STOPS *

Morning Routes Kindergarten through 12th Grade

Route 1: Yellow / Corn (K-5 only)
Old Valdez Area:
- 615 Airport Way .....................................7:29am
- Valdez Mobile Home Park ...................7:35am
- Aleutian Village .....................................7:38am
- Zurich Loop Area ..................................7:40am
- First Baptist Church .............................7:51am
- (PUFFIN afternoon only)

Route 2: Green / Dragon
Robe River / Corbin Creek Area:
- River Drive .............................................7:18am
- River / Falcon ........................................7:20am
- Falcon (between Dylen & Derk) ........7:22am
- Eagle (between Derk & Dylan) ..........7:24am
- Woodway / Mendenhall Area .............7:30am

Route 3: Orange / Carrot
Most In town areas
- Simmons Trailer Park ........................7:28am
- Cotton Wood Subdivision ..................7:32am
- Homestead Road ...............................7:34am
- Safeway ................................................7:43am
- Coast Guard Housing Area ..............7:46am

Route 4: Blue / Whale
Robe River Area & Lowe St:
- Robe Land ..........................................7:22am
- Raven ...................................................7:23am
- Falcon (between River & Dylen) ......7:25am
- Eagle (between Dylen & River) .......7:30am
- Lowe Street ........................................7:48am

Route 5: Brown / Bear
Richardson Highway / Alpine Woods Area
- Richardson (11.2 to Chalet) .............7:02am
- Alpine Woods Area ............................7:08am
- Richardson (Chalet to Dylen) ..........7:15am
- Richardson (1486 to 1392) .............7:39am

Route 6: Red / Strawberry
Old Valdez Area
- Sawmill Road (K-12) ........................7:23am
- Valdez Mobile Home Park (6-12) ....7:30am
- Aleutian Village (6-12) ......................7:33am
- Mineral Creek Loop (K-12) ..............7:37am
- VHS ......................................................7:45am

Please Note: To avoid a last minute rush, please have your children arrive at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to scheduled pickup.

And teach them to NEVER CHASE THE BUS

If you have any questions on bus routes, please call First Student @ 835-9525

SCHOOL CALENDAR DATES 2013-2014

Aug 15th - In-service Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Aug 16th - Teacher Work Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Aug 19th - SCHOOL OPENS GRADES 1-12
Aug 26th - First Day of School for Kindergarten

Sep  2nd - Holiday for all students and staff - Labor Day
Sep 3rd - 1st Day for Preschool
Sep 24th - ALL SCHOOLS: No School (Parent Teacher Conferences)

Oct 16th - End of 1st Quarter
Oct 17th - In-service Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Oct 18th - In-service Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School

Nov 1st - In-service Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Nov 28-29 - Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec 20th - END OF SECOND QUARTER (First Semester Completed)
Dec 23-Jan 3 - Christmas Holidays & Vacation for Students

Jan 6 - Teacher Work Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Jan 7 - Back to School After Christmas

Feb 14th - In-service Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School
Feb 17th - ALL SCHOOLS - No School (Parent Teacher Conferences)

Mar 7th - END OF THIRD QUARTER
Mar 10-14 - SPRING BREAK
Mar 17th - Teacher Work Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School

May 11th - Valdez High School Baccalaureate
May 14th - Valdez High School Graduation
May 22nd - School Closes for ALL Students - Second Semester Completed
May 23rd - Teacher Work Day ALL SCHOOLS - No School - Last Day of School for Teachers

Valdez City School District CHILD FIND
By law, all school-age children (3-21) in Alaska have the right to a free appropriate public education (FAPE). Some children may have a physical or emotional condition requiring assistance in order to benefit from district educational services. If you know of a child ages 3-21 who is not in school and may have a disability, please notify Valdez City Schools. This could include:

Autism, Deafness, Deaf-Blindness, Early Childhood Developmental Delay, Emotional Disturbance, Hearing Impairment, Specific Learning Disability, Mental Retardation, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impaired, Speech/Language Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury or Visual Impairment.

Please call Valdez City School District Special Education Office at 907-834-4713 for an appointment. The district can help parents find the appropriate services for children with special needs.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
Valdez City Schools now accepting applications for substitute teachers. Application packets are available at the District Office at 1112 West Klutina Street. If you have substituted before or are new to the district and would like to substitute this year, call Flynn Stuparich at 834-4701 to get your name on the list and to make sure your application is current and complete.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES LIST
Kindergarten through 5th Grade
CLICK HERE for Supplies List - In Grade Order

NO SHOTS - NO SCHOOL

Check your health records to make sure your children have received all their immunizations. Alaska Law requires that all children be immunized against polio, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, Hepatitis A & B, measles, rubella, and have two Varicella shots if the child has not had chicken pox. If the child has has chicken pox, medical verification is required. Verification of all immunizations must be medically certified and show the dose of each shot. Provisons are available for medical or religious exemptions.

Valdez City School Board Information



CLICK HERE for the 2013-2014 School Calendar

Regularly Scheduled School Board Meetings
2nd & 4th Monday of each Month

The public is invited to attend.


Valdez City School District Office
School Board Room
1112 Klutina, Valdez, Alaska

www.valdezcityschools.org


CLICK HERE for school board meeting agendas and previous meeting minutes.


Valdez City Schools
Hermon Hutchens Elementary School K through 5th grade
907-835-4728
1009 West Klutina
P.O. Box 398
Valdez, AK 99686
CLICK HERE for HHES website

George Gilson Middle School 6th through 8th grade
907-835-2244
P.O. Box 398
Valdez, AK 99686
CLICK HERE for GJH website

Valdez High School 9th through 12th grade
907-835-4767
P.O. Box 398
Valdez, AK 99686
CLICK HERE for VHS website

PODCASTS

Devens verdict and youth internet safety


Laurie discusses the recent Devens sentence and internet safety with Officer Mott and Hinkle of the VPD.

Sarah Histand Ski Challenge


The Wilderness Alaska Ski Challenge

Good News: Community Orchestra


Margaret talks to Emily Doyel about Valdez's Community Orchestra.

Valdez weather