First grade students at Vinton County South Elementary had a special community guest speaker. Chef Mary Reynolds of Flutes and Peppercorns spoke about the occupation of a Chef , education requirements, tools, subjects you use, manners and even brought treats. Chef Mary also talked about being an entrepreneur, being your own boss and the joys of doing what you love. Thank you so much Chef Mary Reynolds! Click "Read More" below for additional pictures.
Posted Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Students represented Vinton County High School as part of a Youth Climate Action Team. They participated in a 2-day leadership training at Camp Oty'Okwa in November. The VCHS team is one of several who are participating in the leadership training and climate action initiative. They are getting the chance to learn from climate experts and to take a first hand look at evidence about climate change in our local environment.Click "Read More" for additional pictures.
Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017
IT Manger, Doug Tigner, from the Vinton County National Bank spoke to a group of students during November's career month. Doug is a retired Air Force Veteran, earned his degree at Devry, and has been an IT Manager for over seven years. Students interacted and learned about various IT fields, career options, college courses, and what it takes to be successful in the computer industry.
VCHS students visited Wright State University on November 13, 2017. Additional details to follow.Click on Read More below for additional pictures.
Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Meghan Fraley, Director of Financial Aid at RGCC/URG assisted VC seniors and their parent complete the FAFSA on November 9. FAFSA Help Nites are a component of the Viking Success program. Click Read More for additional pictures.
Posted Monday, November 13, 2017
Nick Scott, Wheelchair Bodybuilder and Motivational Speaker, kicked off the Viking Success CCIE with his inspirational personal story. His message to students? Be the best YOU that you can be! Have the determination to overcome life's challenges and be a success at the thing you want most.Nick stayed well beyond his scheduled speaking time in order to talk to students on an individual basis. He offered words of encouragement and hope to all students, no matter what their barriers to achieving their dreams. Click Read More for additional pictures.