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  • May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!
    Inline image 1  May is Better Speech and Hearing Month! Please click on the link below to read a message from your friendly VCS Speech Pathologists, who would like to share some thoughts with you regarding technology and communication skills.  CLICK HERE to read all about it!
    Posted May 21, 2015, 6:37 AM by David Trask
  • NEW VCS 4 year old program screening

    Posted May 20, 2015, 7:33 AM by David Trask
  • VCS Students supporting #withoutshoes campaign
    Students at VCS are supporting the #withoutshoes campaign to help children in need get a new pair of shoes.  They're also encouraging others to do the same.  Take a picture of your bare feet and post it to Instagram and Tom's shoes will donate a new pair of shoes to a child in need.  Get the details here

    Posted May 15, 2015, 11:25 AM by David Trask
  • VCS students at Robotics Track Meet!
    The VCS Robotics Team competed in the Maine Robotics Track Meet.  Five robots were entered into four events and three ribbons were brought home!  It was a fun filled day!

    Robotics Track Meet

    Posted May 12, 2015, 9:20 AM by David Trask
  • Order your yearbook!

    It’s Time to Order


    Cost for 1 yearbook is $21.00

    Please make checks payable to Vassalboro Community School

    Download and print a yearbook order form here

    Return bottom portion to Mrs. Kingsbury or Ms. Isbell by 5/1/2015


    Order online for $20.35

    Go to

    Enter our school’s passcode: 1014162570433197


    Posted Apr 15, 2015, 1:59 PM by David Trask
  • Model Rocketry Club launches 3D printed rockets!

    3D Printed Rocket.mp4

    Posted Apr 14, 2015, 6:28 AM by David Trask
  • VCS Math Team takes TOP Honors for the season!
    The VCS Math team walked away from today's math meet with a pile of honors!  

    6th grade:
    Team 1 took 3rd place

    7th grade:
    1st place individual finish 
    Team placed 2nd overall  

    8th grade:
    1st place individual finish

     The 8th grade and 7th grade individual winners for this meet also placed 1st and 2nd for the year respectively.  

    BUT, most important of all, the VCS mathletes capped off their year of competition with a 1st place finish overall for the whole year!  VCS wins the league "school award" which will be proudly displayed in our trophy cabinet!  WAY TO GO KIDS!  You make us proud!
    Posted Apr 3, 2015, 12:27 PM by David Trask
  • Scenes from Outdoor Club

    Scenes from Outdoor club

    Posted Apr 3, 2015, 7:00 AM by David Trask
  • Spanish class attends presentation at Margarita's
       On April 2, students of Spanish class "Ochiete" (combined 7th & 8th grade) along with Spanish Students of the Month from 4th & 5th grade attended the Education Outreach program at Margarita's restaurant in Augusta.  The estudiantes saw a DVD presentation about Mexican crafts, music, and  foods, toured the restaurant's extensive folk art collection, watched a cooking demonstration, and then enjoyed a Mexican  luncheon.  They tasted guacamole and salsa fresca, ate enchiladas, arroz y frijoles, and ended their meal with fresh churros dipped in warm chocolate sauce.  All agreed it was a "fiesta perfecta!"


    Posted Apr 3, 2015, 6:41 AM by David Trask
  • VCS Gifted & Talented Science Students visit Challenger Learning Center
    The VCS GT science students visited the Challenger Learning Center in Bangor.  They had the chance to do a simulated comet mission for NASA. This was a great learning opportunity for our future scientists!

    Challenger Learning Center

    Posted Mar 31, 2015, 8:43 AM by David Trask
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences on April 13th and 15th

    Our annual spring parent-teacher conferences are being held on Monday April 13th from 4pm - 7pm and again on Wednesday April 15th from 4pm - 7pm.  Please contact your child's teacher or call the school at (207) 923-3100 to set up an appointment.  We look forward to seeing you!
    Posted Mar 31, 2015, 5:23 AM by David Trask
  • VCS 7th graders trek to the Boston Museum of Science
    An early morning train trip and a day filled with learning greeted the VCS 7th graders as they woke up this morning.  This year's 7th grade class took the annual trek to Boston to learn all kinds of fascinating things at the Boston Museum of Science.  The kids got a chance to explore the many exhibits at the museum as well as attend a show in the Omni Theater.  (the train ride was pretty cool too!)

    Boston Museum of Science 2015

    Posted Mar 25, 2015, 1:58 PM by David Trask
  • JMG sponsors after-school ATV safety course
    Several VCS students are spending some of their after school time learning how to safely operate an ATV.  Dennis and Betty Moody are conducting an ATV safety class as part of the VCS after-school program.

    Posted Mar 25, 2015, 1:59 PM by David Trask
  • JMG Students head to the Capitol
    On March 10th, VCS JMG (Jobs for Maine Graduates) students headed to Augusta to learn more about state government and to serve as legislative pages for the day. The kids had the opportunity to meet and visit with Governor Lepage in his chambers as well as meet with Representative Lori Fowle and Senators Roger Katz and Scott Cyrway.  They also met with the JMG President, Craig Larrabee.  The students did a great job of representing the Vassalboro Community School, and went away with some great memories.  

    JMG at the State House

    Posted Mar 25, 2015, 1:44 PM by David Trask
  • School Calendar Updated...
    The current school year calendar has been updated to reflect changes brought on by snow days and the fire recovery days.  To view the changes, click "Calendars" above and select "School Year Calendar."
    Posted Mar 23, 2015, 1:51 PM by David Trask


    The Local Masonic Lodge #54 of Vassalboro is sponsoring a program aimed to promote reading. Bikes for Books is a reading incentive program designed for children in grades K-8. Bikes for Books is very simple, each student is asked to read as many age appropriate books as they can in a set amount of time. For each book they read (or have read to them for K-1st grades) the student gets an entry form to fill out and parents sign. After students complete the entry form they are put into the appropriate container for their class. These containers are located in the library. The more books the students read the more entry forms they can put into the drawing. When the program ends, Members of the Lodge will have an assembly during school and draw the name of 1 boy and 1 girl from each grade. The students drawn will get a bike and helmet to take home. The program will run from March 14th to April 30th with winners announced at our school wide concert in May. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FLYER

    Good Luck and Happy Reading!! 
    A special thanks to Mr. Fortin and the Vassalboro Masonic Lodge.
    Posted Mar 6, 2015, 9:19 AM by David Trask


    THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015 - 3:00 P.M. – 5:45 P.M.


    FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015 - 9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.


    *Please bring your child’s Birth Certificate and record of immunizations with you when you come for your appointment.


    Posted Mar 6, 2015, 8:26 AM by David Trask
  • Students honored at Principal's Breakfast
    VCS students who achieve high honors in academics in accordance with the Renaissance Program are treated to breakfast with Mrs. Gram to recognize all their hard work! 


    Posted Mar 6, 2015, 6:24 AM by David Trask
  • NO SCHOOL in Vassalboro on Tuesday February 24th
    Due to a small fire in the industrial arts room at Vassalboro Community School on Sunday morning which left lots of soot, smell, and ash over that end of the building we will need to close school for Tuesday 2/24 so crews can continue cleaning the building.
    . All other schools in the AOS 92 will open as scheduled.
    Posted Feb 23, 2015, 1:02 PM by David Trask
  • No School in Vassalboro on Monday February 23
    Due to a small fire in the industrial arts room at Vassalboro Community School on Sunday morning which left lots of soot, smell, and ash over that end of the building we will need to close school for Monday February 23rd, 2015.
    . All other schools in the AOS 92 will open as scheduled.
    Posted Feb 22, 2015, 4:10 PM by David Trask
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