Our Vernon Lions qualified for the Class 3A State Track & Field Meet in 3 events and brought home medals, including gold in the 1600-Meter Relay, and captured second place in the team standings. Check out their story by clicking on the following link: https://vhs.vernonisd.org/o/vhs/article/1112954
The First Grade Track Meet wrapped up with a tug-of-war challenge. Earning bragging rights this year was Mrs. Audrey Wrinkle's class -- the blue team. They defeated the red team and then took down the coral team in the championship battle.
More photos from today's First Grade Track Meet.
Well the weather didn't cooperate for our First Grade Track Meet this morning, but being in D.O. Fulton Gym didn't dampen the spirits of our students. They had fun with the egg race, sack race, softball toss and more!
Great things are happening at Vernon ISD. Check out this new message from VISD Supt. Kermit Ward. https://youtu.be/tY9jEStjsaw
During Teacher Appreciation Week, Scooter's donated free drink coupons to all Vernon ISD teachers to show their gratitude for the work our teachers do in the classroom and beyond. Vernon ISD appreciates and thanks Scooter's for their show of support for our outstanding teachers.
Quick reminder: Vernon ISD will be closed Monday. This day was designated as an inclement weather make-up day on our school calendar. Since we do not have to use the day to make up missed class time, classes will be dismissed. Enjoy your 3-day weekend. We will welcome our students back on Tuesday!!
A few more photos from today's Kindergarten Track Meet.
More photos from our Kindergarten Track Meet held today at Leo Brittain Field at Lion Stadium.
The Kindergarten Track Meet was held today at Leo Brittan Field at Lion Stadium. It was great weather and the students had a blast.
Today is School Nurses Day and Vernon ISD has some of the best!! Rhonda Garrett, Mandie Thomas, Jennifer Walker and Brandi Whiteside -- THANK YOU for all you do for our students. You are greatly appreciated!
Congratulations to Vernon Lion Hyme Guzman, who has been selected to play in the annual Oil Bowl Classic!
Vernon ISD is spotlighting the Staff Members of the Year at each of our campuses. Today we shine the spotlight on LaMisa Moore, the Staff Member of the Year at McCord Elementary. To see why LaMisa keeps coming back year after year, follow this link: https://mccord.vernonisd.org/o/tgmes/article/1107273
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week and this morning Vernon Mayor Pam Goslin visited McCord this morning and read a proclamation over the intercom thanking the teachers for their hard work and dedication, and encouraging members of the community to "congratulate all educators who engage, equip, and empower our learning community for a limitless tomorrow." We would like to thank Mayor Goslin for her and the city's support, and for kicking off our Teacher Appreciation Week in style!
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Vernon ISD Supt. Dr. Kermit Ward will be grilling burgers this week for teachers at all of our campuses. Today, our Vernon High School and McCord Elementary School teachers will receive the special lunch.
During Teacher Appreciation Week, Vernon ISD is spotlighting the Teacher of the Year for 2022-23 at each of our campuses. We start with Denise Thomas, the Teacher of the Year for T.G. McCord Elementary. To read what has fueled Denise's 31-year teaching career, click on the following link: https://mccord.vernonisd.org/o/tgmes/article/1105863
We have outstanding teachers in the Vernon Independent School District who go above and beyond everyday to provide the best education possible for their students. The week of May 7-13 is Teacher Appreciation Week, and while we have some special activities planned this week, we want our teachers to know Vernon ISD appreciates them every single day!
We will announce the Vernon High School Class of 2023 Top-Ranking Students starting Monday. Stay tuned!!
We almost missed it, but we want to take a moment to thank all of our staff members who work in the cafeterias at our five school campuses. You do much more than just prepare the food, and you make a bigger impact on the lives of our students than you realize!! We appreciate each and every one of you!!
The Life Skill students who participated in the All-Star Olympics held Thursday in Altus were welcomed home in style yesterday afternoon at the courthouse square. The local Texas Farm Bureau, represented by Toby Kitchens and Tiffany Rosalez, presented the students with Sonic gift cards when they returned home.