"Fulfilling the Vision...Continuing the Legacy."

In our journey of gratefulness during this second week of December, we find solace in the timeless prophecy of Isaiah 9:6: 'For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.' This scripture illuminates the essence of the season, reminding us of the profound significance behind the joyful celebrations. As we embody the trait of gratefulness, we honor the remarkable gift of hope and salvation brought to us through the birth of Jesus Christ. Gratitude allows us to recognize and cherish the immeasurable blessings in our lives, echoing the divine attributes of the Prince of Peace. Let's infuse this spirit of thankfulness into our interactions, spreading kindness and goodwill, enriching the lives of others as we celebrate the true essence of this special time.

There are still a few weeks left to contribute to our Food Drive! We're thrilled about the chance to extend our efforts through the end of the year. Please consider sending in your non-perishable food donations with your student this week and next. We'll ensure these donations reach the right place and make a meaningful impact. Let's come together and continue supporting those in need during this season of giving! Thank you for your generosity.

Upcoming Events:

Join us tonight for an extraordinary evening as our talented students from the middle and high school present a remarkable performance written by one of our own High School Students, Karsen Forte! The creativity and dedication poured into this production promise an unforgettable experience. Be part of this special showcase tonight and witness the brilliance and imagination brought to life on stage by our aspiring playwright and performers. We're thrilled to share this incredible moment with you! See you at the show!

You're cordially invited to join us for an enchanting performance entitled 'Bethlehem Morning' presented by our talented elementary students, 3rd-5th grade, with special guest appearances from a few of our 2nd graders! The excitement unfolds this Friday at 1 PM right here at VCCS Elementary. Get ready to witness a heartwarming portrayal of the timeless story of Bethlehem. Come and support our budding actors as they bring this classic tale to life on stage. We can't wait to share this joyous experience with you! See you there!

Wed., Dec. 13th - Christmas Plaid or Flannel Shirt/Pants

(Chapel Attire is optional - no pajamas.)

Thurs., Dec. 14th - Christmas Hat & Socks with Jeans

Fri., Dec. 15th - Candy Cane Day: Wear Red & White

Mon., Dec. 18th - Wed., Dec. 20th - Christmas t-shirt and/or Spirit Wear

(uniform bottoms)

*Gym shoes may be worn daily.

Please be advised that clothes worn should not illustrate Santa Claus or representatives such as elves, Santa hats, reindeer, and the like.

Christmas trees, ornaments, presents, snowflakes, snowmen, etc. are acceptable. Please reference the VCCS Dress Code Guidelines below for other restrictions.

Participation is optional. Students who are not participating should wear the VCCS school uniform.

Thurs., Dec. 14th - Cozy Day

Oversized Sweaters, Winter Hats, Scarves, Joggers, Fluffy Boots etc.

Fri., Dec. 15th - Plaid Day

No Pajamas, but enjoy wearing all other types of festive plaid!

Mon., Dec. 18th - Rock the Croc

Here's Your Chance! Uniform with Crocs or Foam Runners

(No slides please; shoes must have some type of back.)

Tues., Dec. 19th - Friend's Picture Day

Coordinate holiday outfits with your friends for Friend's Picture Day!

Think Holiday Glam, Matching Hoodies, Sweat Suits, Color Themes, etc.

Wed., Dec. 20th - Ugly Sweater and Jeans Day

Must wear an Ugly Sweater to wear jeans (black or blue only)!

Please be mindful that all jeans are according to dress code.

You may also wear your ugly sweater with your uniform pants.

Please be advised that clothes worn should not illustrate:

Santa Claus or representatives such as elves, Santa hats, reindeer, etc.

All attire should be loose fitting, but not sagging.

Students who elect not to dress up in spirit-week attire should wear the regular school uniform/chapel attire for that day.

Inappropriate Spirit-Week attire: 

No jeggings, No leggings, No Jeans, No shorts, No crocs or slides, No Pajamas, No cut-out attire, No crop tops

Participation is optional. Students who are not participating should wear the VCCS school uniform.

Friday, December 8th, 2023

Varsity Girls @ Quality Education at 6:00p.m.

5012 Lansing Dr. C, Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Saturday, December 9, 2023

"NC vs. SC Invitational"

Varsity Boys vs. Indian Land HS @ 4:30 p.m.

6100 Charlotte Hwy., Lancaster, SC 29720

Stay up to date with all things VCCS Kings by adding our Athletic Calendar to your calendar!

Make your child's birthday unforgettable by renting our High School/Middle School digital billboard for just $25. Showcase a personalized message and photo, creating a lasting memory and community celebration. To reserve click here.

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