Daily Announcements


Valley Center Hornets


March 8, 2019


  • Spring Break is March 11 – 15. Have a safe and fun break and we’ll see you on the 18th!


  • Office Aide applications for the 2019-2020 school year are available in the office. 


  • Golf practice will be at Valley Point Golf Course from 3:15-4:30 today.


  • Dance Team tryouts are March 18-22.

Information packets are in the library.


  • Are you interested in the educational field or gaining experience working with youth? If so, this is an opportunity for you! Camp Hornet is our district’s summer school program that serves K-5 students and is looking for volunteers for the month of June. You must be able to commit to at least one hour a day for one week (there are no classes on Fridays). You will also need to have reliable transportation to and from our summer school location (TBD but most likely VCMS). Some examples of things our volunteers help with are: checking students in and out, making copies, working with students in small groups, getting students to and from breakfast/lunch, and having fun getting to work with staff and students! If this sounds like something for you, please fill out the application link below. Applications are due by Tuesday, April 30th.  Please see Ms. Reyes in the office with any questions.




  • Reminder that if you are interested in trying out for the 2019-2020 VCHS Cheerleading Squad, all completed purple paperwork is due to Gillig in the Athletic Department by Friday, March 8th.


  • Interested in becoming a member of the 2019 Madrigals, Women’s Choir or Choraleers? We’d love to have you be a part of our programs next year! Stop by and visit with Mr. McCormick today!


  • The week of March 4-8 your local DECA chapter will be selling paper Shamrocks to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For each $1 donation you will receive a shamrock to be hung up in the school, and your name will be entered to win a $20 gift card.  The money from this fundraiser will go to fund MDA and several of the events they put on throughout the year, like their summer camps, to help people like the honored heroes Avery and Kennedy!


  • Any student wanting to take an AP exam in May needs to have their order form turned into Mrs. Harpool, Bookkeeper, in the main office by March 8th.  Students must pay at least the $15 nonrefundable order fee to process the order.  Remaining $79 is due on or before May 1.  Any student in need of an order form, or those that qualify for free and reduced lunch, please see Mrs. McDonald



  • Attention all sophomores and juniors...if you are interested in taking BLOCK classes at WSU Tech next fall, please see Mrs. Lee ASAP. Programs fill up. Don't miss out on the opportunity if you are interested in any of the these areas: Auto service, Aviation Maintenance, CATIA, Heating and Air Conditioning, Construction Science, Sheet Metal/Composites, Electronics, Healthcare, Interior Design, IT Systems, Machining, Maintenance Reliability, Police Science, Robotics, and Welding. FREE TUITION is available in eligible courses. Programs fill up fast and they are first-come-first serve.



  • Don’t forget to sign up for College Visits!

    Visits will take place during activity period in the library, on March 27th.


If you need a quiet place to work, access to a computer and internet, or one on one help in your classes, make sure to take advantage of this free service. After school tutoring is located in the library every Monday-Thursday from 3:00 P.M.-4:30 P.M.


  • Monday: Ms. Brill (English Language Arts)
  • Tuesday: Mr. Owens (Math)
  • Wednesday: Mrs. Ditton (English Language Arts)
  • Thursday: Mr. Owens (Math)