April 26, 2024



“So then, men ought to regard us as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the secret things of God. Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove themselves faithful.” 1 Corinthians 4:1-2.


These were the verses on my heart this morning for our students in home room.  I am able to look out at the 7th-12th grade on Friday mornings and after attendance, announcements, and pledges have the opportunity to pray with them and share God’s Word, if only for a few minutes before beginning our day. So often I look for words that would be relative to them and their situation, but they are often scriptures that I resonate with myself.  


If we can be regarded as anything, let us regard ourselves as servants of Christ. The world would say otherwise. If you are “in charge,” if you are leading anything, our humanness often wants to “let people know,” or if nothing else, just “get things done.” The risk there is becoming blind to ourselves and unaware that we undermine our own selves if we are losing a reputation as a servant and one trustworthy who has been found faithful.  


Our students are growing in the Lord.  We have multiple opportunities K-12 to serve, and learn to lead.  When they are young students they might be line leaders! Some are asked to bring the attendance to the office. As they move into the older elementary they gain more responsibility and as they move into the 7th through 12th they add opportunities for Student Leadership Team, National Honor Society, and roles and privileges that come as juniors and seniors representing our school. 


If there is anything that we hope for in the culture of our school and how we want our students to be remembered, it is as servants. They are His sheep and hear His voice so they are entrusted with that voice. May they be trustworthy and found faithful. And may we model to them that we are trustworthy and faithful.


God bless all of you this weekend! Praying it is a perfect blend of rest and productivity!


Blessings in Christ,

Kathy Thompson



Our biggest community event of the year is upon us this coming Thursday. Our whole school participates from Kindergarten through 12th Grade, including all faculty. We are need of more chaperones to be able to make this work. If you do not want to walk, we also need a couple of people to run empty bags and whatever else our crews need when they call. Please email or call the office if you are willing. 

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4th-8th grades had so much fun giving back at Feed My Starving Children.
80 boxes were packed, 17,280 meals which will feed 47 kids for a year.


Mondays      8:00am Prayer Group for VCS meets upstairs
May 1          High School Career Skills Day
May 2          Clean-A-Thon – Chaperones Needed
May 3          Elementary Teacher Inservice-No school for K-6
May 4          High School Formal
May 7          6:00 VCS School Board Meeting
May 14        6:00 Awards Night-Corporate Meeting
May 15        7:00 Baccalaureate at Alliance Church of the Valley
May 16        Last Day of School
May 18       11:00 Graduation
June 28      VCS Annual Fundraiser Golf Tournament at Krooked                           Kreek, Osceola


Track is in full swing. Come cheer on your Jaguars!

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Kindergarten through 3rd grade spent Earth Day at Abrahamson's Nurseries


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