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VCS Weekly Bulletin - March 12, 2019

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Dates at a Glance                  

March 14, 3:40pm: Irish Choir Concert

March 18 – March 22: No School – Spring Break

April 20: Creek Clean-A-Thon

April 22: No School

May 3: May Day Festival




Letter of Intent—Required to hold a spot for 2019-20 school year!

We have an extensive waiting list for the 2019-20 school year. If you have not yet completed and returned your letter of intent that was due March 1st please do so ASAP. The letter is available in the office, or you can print it here.


First Ever VCS Irish Choir in concert!

NWP Auditorium
Thursday, March 14th
3:40 PM
Come one, come all! New Costumes! Amazing children! Gaelic singing!
You'll love it!


Service Project Request

Dear VCS Community,

For our middle school service project, we would like to help the homeless in Sonoma County. Did you know there are over 25,000 homeless people in Sonoma County?
Our goal is to make 50 bags of food, water, and other useful supplies.
We would appreciate if you all could donate some supplies to help with this project.

We will be at VCS after school this Wednesday, March 13, 2019. Please feel free to stop by and donate any useful items, like:

·         bottled water
·         Non perishable foods such as: granola bars, trail mix, applesauce, beef jerky, crackers,
          cookies, dried fruit, etc.
·         toothbrushes\toothpaste (you can ask your local dentist or orthodontist for these items )
·         paper\plastic grocery bags (for storing these items)
·         socks
·         dry dog food
·         anything else you can think of

Please help support our service project! We are hoping to have some bags ready to give out over spring break, but we will also set a day to collect after break.

                 Leaders: Jo Ivanoff and Alexis Hedges and Jr. Leader: Sage Bross-Bell


National Arts Program

Several of our students submitted art to the National Arts Program. All of their work is on display in the Finley Center through March 30th. If you have the time, it’s worth the free visit! Look for students from Miss Kristen’s, Ashley!’s, and Mr. Robbins’s class!


A Girl and Her Dog


Calling all women, girls or really anyone wanting to venture into the great outdoors. Come meet Marie Holt RN, outdoor enthusiast, and founder of A Girl And Her Dog, discuss her amazing experiences on the trails as a solo woman hiker. She will answer all your questions and address any fears you may have about setting out on your next outdoor adventure. This event is FREE and snacks and drinks will be served.Have all your questions answered and leave this event feeling prepared, confident and excited to blaze your own trails in 2019!

Date: Sat, March 16, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM PDT
Location: Sports Basement, Santa Rosa
                  1970 Santa Rosa Avenue
                  Santa Rosa, CA 9540


Solo Art Exhibit - Seth Richardson 

My first solo exhibit called Chasing Rabbits will be opening this Friday, March 15th at Fulton Crossing from 5-8pm in the gallery's Front Room!  I am so excited about this show. It's featuring all new work ranging from sculpture and lighting to wall art and decor.

The event is free. There will be wine tasting and food as well as music. Also, being that this is an Open Studio event, all of our resident artists will have their studios open to the public with their work available for sale.

Fulton Crossing is located at 1200 River Road, Fulton, CA 95439.


Order Yearbooks!

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Price: $20.00



Have an appreciation you wish to make? You can email it in by Friday morning to and it will get added to the next Bulletin.

The Gala was truly MAGNIFICENT! Hats off and so, so much gratitude to the amazing team of folks that worked so hard to pull it off. YOU are a huge part of what makes our school so incredible! - Ashley H.

Thank you to everyone who helped with the Gala—it was such a fun night! I appreciate all of you and your efforts to help support our school! ~ Ashley J.

I want to congratulate the GALA Committee for such a wonderful event.  It could not be better!! Thanks Meg for your leadership, Mikela, Viki, Karen and Katie for your commitment with our school, AND to Rebecca for her 100% support in any activity we do at school.  Also thank you to everyone who contributed, big or small, to make this a successful event happen. -Colón-Vázquez Family

I really appreciate all our teachers do at school.  I want to thanks Miss Barnum for all she does, so our kids can have a magical time at school.  Thanks for organizing the "Sewing Party" to make the choir costumes. Also for taking from your personal time, to make such a beautiful Irish background.  -Colón-Vázquez Family

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