2019 Virtual Summer School
2019 Virtual Summer School- Credit Recovery/Make-Up Courses
If your son/daughter is in danger of failing any courses, please be aware that final grades will be posted daily on the Parent Portal during the week of final exams under the Grading tab. Please check regularly.
2019 Virtual Summer School- Credit Recovery Important Dates
Registration Opens: Monday, June 3, 2019
Registration Closes: Friday, June 28, 2019
Late registration will not be permitted. Payment is required at time of registration.
Deadline for Completed Work: Friday, August 9, 2019 at 11:59pm (NO Exceptions)
Credit recovery classes are $195 each. Please be advised if you are signing up for Physical Education, you will need to enroll in both, the PE & the corresponding Health ($195 + $97.50)
Link to Educere Site:
(Vernon School Code: ZTZYC8VJ)
Any questions, please contact your child’s Counselor.
If your child received a letter of retention they must take two classes in order to move on to the next grade.
Registration opens: Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Registration closes: Friday, June 28, 2019
Late registration is not permitted. Payment is required at the time of registration.
Deadline for completed work: Friday, August 9, 2019 at 11:59pm (No Exceptions)
Courses are $195 each.
Link to Educere Site:
(Glen Meadow Middle School code: VQ8ZJ8BA
Any questions, please contact GMMS 973-764-8981
Both the 8th grade advancement and VTHS graduation will be livestreamed. Use the link below to view the livestreams. We will post a link for each replay later this week.
8th Grade Advancement – CLICK HERE FOR THE REPLAY
VTHS Graduation – CLICK HERE FOR THE REPLAY
Online Reading Material
In this episode, Ms. D’Avino interviews Chief Dan Young from the Vernon Police Department to hear how the Ice Cream with a Cop event went and to see our student artwork that was created for the Police Department. Also in this episode, the Walnut Ridge Moving Up Ceremony, Lounsberry’s Science Fair, the Jazz Express, VTHS CFM students visit preschool, and more!
In this episode, Ms. D’Avino spends time interviewing Cedar Mountain and Lounsberry Hollow students about what they will miss when school ends! Also in this episode, some great athletic achievements at the High School, Colonial Day highlights, a reminder about the upcoming Artstanding event, and more!
In this episode, Superintendent Karen D’Avino interviews students who participated in this year’s VTHS Tolerance Fair.
*Ms. D’Avino warns that this episode may not be suitable for our younger students to watch due to the mature nature of the content.
On May 23rd, Vernon Township High School will join with other high schools throughout the community to Wear White in honor of Lexi Faye. Lexi was a junior at Newton High School who died tragically on Saturday, May 11th.
The Lexi Faye Memorial Scholarship Fund has been developed to keep her memory alive.
Each student and staff member who wears white is asked to contribute at least $1.00 to this scholarship fund so Vernon Township High School can show their support of the Newton High School community.
Let’s all join together to show that Vernon is Newton Strong and join in this whiteout!
To donate, click here now
At the May 16th Board of Education public meeting it was decided that an Ad-Hoc Committee would meet to have an open conversation on anti-bullying strategies for our district. Parents, teachers, administrators, and community members are all welcome to attend on Tuesday, May 21st at 7pm in the Walnut Ridge library.
Please click the following link to regarding the vacant board member seat.