Spring Music Program
Wed Apr 9 (6 pm)
The fifth grade strings will perform at 6 p.m. followed by the fourth grade’s presentation of Music Matters by Teresa Jennings. It will be a wonderful night of celebrating music!
Mon-Fri Apr 14 - 18
School will be closed
In the News
SCA Father Daughter Dance - RESCHEDULED - Feb. 26
Due to early dismissal, the SCA Father Daughter Dance is rescheduled for Feb. 26th. Enjoy dinner, dancing, photo booth, and a flower corsage while creating special memories you will never forget! Friday, February 26, 6:00-8:00, Thalia gym/cafeteria, $15.00 per couple(see Flyer).
Minion Reasons to Read Night
You're invited to A Minion Reasons to Read Night on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm. Enjoy dinner, games, reading activities and receive reading resources! Parents must attend with students. Complete the form and return by Feb. 4th.
If you want to reserve a yearbook now is the time! Quantities are limited. Preserve your child's year with a great hardbound yearbook. Order online! Just select Virginia and then Thalia. Our code is 10755316.
Connect2Compete (C2C) is a program sponsored by cable and Internet service providers. Cox Communications participates by offering affordable Internet access and devices to students and families that qualify. For participating families, there are no deposits, no installation costs and no modem rental fees. The monthly rate for those who qualify is $9.95 and this discounted rate is guaranteed for two years with no contract. Eligible families with children enrolled in K-12 may apply for the Connect2Compete discounted service online or by phone. Instructions for applying for the service are included on the flyer from Cox Communications. Additional information is available by visiting Cox .
Supply List for 2015-2016
Click here for the 2015-2016 school supply list.
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.
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