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Thalia Yearbooks NOW ON SALE!

Yearbooks are on sale via the internet for only $20. You will need to enter our school yearbook ID code: 10755318, then student's name and grade (Select LINK). Forms were sent home previously and more are available in the main office if you wish to write a check.

Thalia Field Day T-Shirts

Order your T-Shirts, 0nly $8 each. YOU CHOOSE T-SHIRT COLOR! Students should return the form (select link) with payment to Mrs. Cashwell in PE by May 4 for 2nd Final order. Profits will be used for Field Week June 4-8, 2018. Please make checks payable to Thalia Elementary and include Driver’s License number.

A Look at Assessment

To accurately measure student mastery of core knowledge and demonstration of 21st century skills, Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) uses a variety of assessments including, but not limited to, performance tasks, multiple-choice tests and essays. Many of the assessments students take are required by the state and federal departments of education to measure student progress toward performance benchmarks. Local assessments (locally- and externally-developed) are used to monitor student progress, differentiate instruction, identify students for participation in specific programs and measure students' mastery of 21st century skills.

To help parents better understand the various tests students take, their purpose and why they are important, the school division has developed this informational brochure.

Click here for the "A Look at Assessment" brochure >>>

 

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Kindergarten Registration: April 24 at 9:20 a.m. will you child be 5-years-old on or before Sept. 30? if so, bring you future kindergartner and attend a vbcps Open House and Registration Tuesday, April 24.
Photo of Thalia Elementary on left side with list of three teachers. Teacher of the year Mrs. Wndy Vargas, Mrs. Melissa Minter, Distinguished Educator and Mrs. Kathy Marshall, Reading Teacher of the Year.
School spirit slide collage with Mrs. Doyle Serving up fun, two teachers dressed as 100 year olds for 100th day, Dr. Wilkerson being covered with silly string from students to end the Say No to Drugs campaign and Mrs. Hayes with 4 students dressed for 100th day.
Slide photo of third grade learning economics with our community partners. Photo is Ms. Bailey's class in front of CalZ pizza.
Slide Photo of Science Technology Engineering Math collage. Mr. James Taylor, former Thalia student addressing a class of students on why go into STEM fields. Small photos of Mr. Maher fitting solar eclipse glasses on a student's younger sister, a student showing her iPad to the teacher and a student working on her iPad.
School slide photo with a photo of 4 student made robots using tin cans and other household items. Caption is Out of School Challenge Build your own robot!

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Sneek Peek!

Thursday, August 31 we will have two sessions for Sneek Peek. 11:00 am (followed by Lunch break for teachers) and then 1:00 pm.

 

Welcome Back!

September 5th is the First Day of School!

 

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In the News

Thalia Yearbooks NOW ON SALE!

Yearbooks are on sale via the internet for only $20. You will need to enter our school yearbook ID code: 10755318, then student's name and grade (Select LINK). Forms were sent home previously and more are available in the main office if you wish to write a check.

Thalia Field Day T-Shirts

Order your T-Shirts, 0nly $8 each. YOU CHOOSE T-SHIRT COLOR! Students should return the form (select link) with payment to Mrs. Cashwell in PE by May 4 for 2nd Final order. Profits will be used for Field Week June 4-8, 2018. Please make checks payable to Thalia Elementary and include Driver’s License number.

A Look at Assessment

To accurately measure student mastery of core knowledge and demonstration of 21st century skills, Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) uses a variety of assessments including, but not limited to, performance tasks, multiple-choice tests and essays. Many of the assessments students take are required by the state and federal departments of education to measure student progress toward performance benchmarks. Local assessments (locally- and externally-developed) are used to monitor student progress, differentiate instruction, identify students for participation in specific programs and measure students' mastery of 21st century skills.

To help parents better understand the various tests students take, their purpose and why they are important, the school division has developed this informational brochure.

Click here for the "A Look at Assessment" brochure >>>

 

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421 Thalia Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Phone:
Fax:
757.648.3880
757.431.4641
Office:
Student:
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
8:10 a.m. - 2:55 p.m.