The Vinton County Local School District was formed some 51 years ago
with the merging of Allensville, Hamden, McArthur, Wilton and Zaleski School
Districts. Vinton County Local School District encompasses 12 townships which
makes up 614 square miles.
The VCLSD buildings are located amongst the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio and is a
rural community housing the VCHS opened in 2000, VCMS opened in 2007, both
Central and South Elementaries opened in 2007 and West Elementary opened in
Our mission is to prepare ALL students for the 21st Century and
beyond. Our Vision is that our staff :
· will unite to achieve a common purpose and
establish clear goals for every student.
· will work together in collaborative teams.
· will research and implement strategies for
improving student achievement on a continuing basis.
· will monitor each student's progress.
· will demonstrate a personal commitment to the
academic success and well-being of ALL students.
Goal 1: Students
Every student will achieve academic excellence in an inspiring, engaging
and suppor,itive environment
Goal 2: Staff
Every staff member will be engaged, supported and successful.
Goal 3: Families and the Community
are engaged and
100% of Faculty Hold Bachelor’s Degree
73.6% Hold a Master’s Degree
12 Aides in Title 1 Buildings Hold Associate’s Degrees
95.2% Staff Attendance Rate
13 Average Years of Experience
28 Buses Roll Every Day Over 565,380 Miles Per Year
Elementary Preschools Hold a “Five Star Rating” (the
highest rating awarded by ODE)
Mobility Rate: 12.1
Students with Disabilities: 16.8%
Economically Disadvantaged 83.7%
41.5% of Graduating Seniors Entered College Within Two
Years ( Class of 2014-2015)
Report Card – “Where We Are Now”
Improvement Shown on 52% of Academic Indicators
Performance Index Improved from 76.4% in 2015-2016 to
81.9% in 2016-2017
K-3 Literacy Initiative Improved from D to B
Annual Measurable Goal increased from 27.8% in 2015-2016
to 51.4% in 2016-2017
Gifted Performance Index increased from 107.7% in 2016-2017
to 109.5% in 2016-2017
Advanced Plus – 5 students in 2016-2017
93.4% of Third Graders Met the Third Grade Reading
2017-2018 – “Where
We Want To Be”
Each school in the District will put together an
improvement plan for 2017-2018 SY.
We will remain resilient until every child/staff
member is successful.