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Today: 10/2/14


Our district employs two full time counselors at Vista Verde Middle School to help meet the social, emotional and academic needs of all students.  If you believe your child is in need of counseling services, please contact the main office. 



  Your child s will receive a conference form from his/her 1st period teacher.


  If you do not receive a conference form please give us a call so we can contact the teacher and schedule one for you.

         Progress reports will be Mailed Home.


Every day during Parent/Teacher Conference week is a minimum day


All students will be dismissed at 1:27 p.m. from 9/29 – 10/03.


We look forward to meeting you at your student’s conference!


Sept. 29- Oct. 03 - Parent Conference Week

Sept. 29- Oct. 03 - Minimum Week “Early Dismissal”

October 17 – Lifetouch Picture Re-Takes (prepaid)

November 10 - Prof. Dev Day (No School)

November 11 - Veterans Day (No School)

November 21 - "Minimum Day” Early dismissal

November 24 to 28 - Thanksgiving Break (No School)

December 1 -Students Return

December TBD - Café with the Principal @ 8: 15 a.m. 

December 19- “Minimum Day” Early dismissal

December 22 to January 09- Winter Break (No School)

 January 12 - Students Return

January 19- Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Day (No School)

January TBD - Café with the Principal @ 8: 15 a.m. 

February 09- Lincoln’s Day (No School)

February 16- President’s Day (No School)

Early March - 7th Grade Writing Test  

March 27- “Minimum Day” Early Release for Spring Break.

March 30 – April 06 - Spring Break (No School)

April 07- Students Return

April TBD - Café with the Principal @ 8: 15 a.m. 

Early May- STAR Testing Window

May 25- Memorial Day (No School)

June 11 - Last day of School

June 12- Promotion Ceremony




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Posted by: Nancy Gomez
Published: 8/19/14

+ Organization 

        What’s one of the biggest differences between elementary school and middle school?  A greater need for organization!  With multiple teachers and more homework your teen needs more help to keep organized.


Homework Area

Whether your middle grade student works at a desk or at the kitchen table, keeping supplies handy will help make study time more efficient.