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Vista Teen Outreach
Vista Teen Outreach is a non-profit organization run by community volunteers. They are providing food pantries at various schools throughout our district. Hungry students are allowed to receive a backpack of food free of charge throughout the school year. For more information about volunteer opportunities or donation needs, please visit their website at www.vistateenoutreach.org.
For onsite information, please contact David Hanlon via email or call 760-726-5611
Vista High School would like to notify families and staff members that
that there has been a reported case of Pertussis, also known as Whooping Cough at Vista High School. Staff and students may have been exposed to this highly contagious disease that causes severe coughing.
For more information regarding Pertussis please see the attached letters provided in both English and Spanish or for additional information or questions please contact the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Epidemiology and Immunization Services at 1-866-358-2966 and press 5 to speak with a Public Health Nurse.
College night for Juniors, Seniors and their parents.
Monday Oct 6, 2014
Vista High Gym
Vista High Counselors will be hosting the evening and guest speakers, from Community College, Cal State, UC and private colleges, will be presenting.
This night is full of useful information for college bound students and their parents. There will also be time at the end of the presentation to meet directly with the college admissions representatives.
PSAT Exam coming to Vista High School
When: Wednesday, October 15th
Where: Vista High School Gymnasium
Time: 7:30 am - 10:30 am
Cost: $14 payable to VHS (limited amount of fee waivers for juniors who are on free or reduced lunch / see Mr. DeMaria for a fee waiver)
Register at the VHS Finance Office - limited to the first 275 students
For questions please see Mr. DeMaria in the Counseling Office or call (760) 726-5611 x 71020
Vista High School prides itself on being a safe and respectful learning environment in which collaboration and a strong connection between home, school, and community ensures the ownership of our educational experiences and successes. We promote, model and exemplify the Six Pillars of Character to positively affect our local community, nation and world. We continuously provide rigorous instruction and learning opportunities that motivates all stakeholders to engage in the most innovative, critical and creative thinking.
In order to fulfill our Vision, VHS is actively dedicated to:
· Implementing a rich standards based curriculum for all students
· Enhancing academic programs that challenge all students’ highest achievement
· Growing a strong character education program
· Promoting leadership opportunities across campus and the community
· Providing a canvas for self and group expression
· Connecting students through a variety of enrichment opportunities
· Increasing student learning and achievement through Professional Learning Communities
· Fostering partnerships with parents, the community, business and higher education
VHS Core Values
All Vista High School Stakeholders Believe in…
Pride in Unity
Establishing and maintaining a positive school-wide spirit where team work and collaboration perpetuates a safe and respectful community where everyone is connected.
Promoting the Six Pillars of Character where pursuing positive relationships are encouraged, recognized and celebrated.
Innovative, Critical & Creative Thinking
Establishing and providing rigorous instruction which impacts learning and motivation to maximize the success of all stakeholders.