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VHS Hosts VAAC Performance of Shakespeare's "Hamlet"

The Valentine Area Arts Council brought a Shakespeare performance of Hamlet to the high school this past Monday, September 26. VHS hosted the Rock County and Keya Paha drama students to watch the performance as well. After the play all the students had a chance to ask the cast questions. The students learned that the cast is from all parts of the country, why they chose the performing arts as a career and what life is like as . . .

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Livestreaming in Near Future for VCS

Valentine Community Schools is working toward providing livestreaming of home activities.  This past summer, approximately 98% of the internal network was upgraded so livestreaming is now a real possibility.  Mr. Brown, Activities Director, has been in contact with various companies to gather information about pricing and packages available with a determination to be made in the near future.  The Nebraska School . . .

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2015-2016 NeSA Test Results

Valentine Community Schools participated in the Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) tests during the 2015-2016 school year and statewide preliminary results were released to the public on Friday, September 16, 2016.  NeSA tests are given annually in the winter and early spring in the areas of Reading, Math, Science, and Writing and are a one-time, drop-in and check format to check student performance on state standards.  NeSA . . .

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According to district policy, the school district shall notify staff members, parents, and students of persons who are registered within the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry living within our school district. This continually updated information can be found at the Nebraska State Patrol's web page at Nebraska State Patrol. The district provides a link to this website on the district website as notification for employees, students, and parents.

Please be advised that state law prohibits using the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry for any retaliatory purpose against the sex offender, the offender's family, or the offender's employer.