Looking Ahead: Sept. 22 - 26

From Mrs. DeRoos, Director

Students are moving ahead in their classes with many students finishing one or two by now. Parents please check your student's E2020 account and see their progress.  Students will continue to take a number of pre-tests for the various courses they are taking.  We continue weekly to set weekly goals and monitor progress.  . . .

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Looking Ahead: Sept. 15 - 20

From Mrs. DeRoos, Director

This week students will take the benchmark tests demonstrating their math and reading skills to begin the year.  Students will take the SRI, a reading test, DELTA math screener, and DISCOVERY COLLEGE READY tests  on Wednesday . . .

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Our VR Tech Vision Statement

Students become "world ready" in a supportive setting

VR Tech seeks to create hope, stability, and emotional support to provide a high quality learning environment, where instruction leads students not only to gaining their high school diploma, but a renewed vision of their personal potential . . .

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VR Tech Pledge

VR Tech Pledge I am a VR Tech Scholar...full of FAITH , PRIDE , and DETERMINATION . I have FAITH in knowing that I have the ability to overcome any obstacle set before me. I have PRIDE in knowing that because of my . . .

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Looking Sharp and Ready for Business

VR Tech students look college and career ready. As students select their school clothes, khaki or black dress pants and white collared shirts present a positive look of ready for work and ready for college appearances.  Students save . . .

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If we can help... we're just a phone call or email away

Meet Eryn Sluiter, Dean of Students

Hello... I'm Eryn Sluiter, the Dean of Students at VR Tech. I am so  excited to be a part of the team here at VR Tech, where we're all about helping our students earn their diploma. The road to a diploma isn't . . .

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Summer School Will Help Students Graduate on Time

Generous grant from Noel Cuellar, Primera Plastics, makes this opportunity possible

Rocio Enriquez and Antonio Piña , who will be Holland High seniors this fall, are taking summer school classes to stay on track for graduation with a helping hand for tuition grants from local employer Noel Cuellar, founder and . . .

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