A Closer Look

Posting Date: March 18, 2015
Expires 4/22/15

RELAY FOR LIFE

Relay For Life is the spring charity chosen by VHHS students. Every year the students work together to raise money for the American Cancer Society and they want everyone in the Vestavia community to participate. Yes, this includes YOU! There are many fun events going on this spring so mark your calendars now:

  • March 21 – Purple People Run/Walk. 5K and fun run at VHHS. Visit relayforlife.org/purplepeoplerun to register.

  • April 7 – Knock Cancer out of the Ballpark. Come support VHHS baseball and help raise money for Relay for Life.

  • April 18 – Relay For Life at VHHS. 2 to 11 p.m. There will be a kids zone this year from 2 to 5 p.m. This will include inflatables, balloons, face painting, and much more! A special dinner will be held the day of Relay for Life (April 18) to honor those who have battled cancer. If you or anyone you know has battled cancer, please email your information to Claire Rhyne (rhynecl@ vestavia.k12.al.us) to request an invitation.

  • You are invited to purchase a luminary or sky lantern in memory or in honor of a friend or loved one. Luminaries may be purchased for $5 each and are placed around the track during the nighttime Survivor Walk. Sky lanterns may be purchased for $25 each and are released into the air during the ceremony.
    To purchase or if you have any questions, please contact Claire Rhyne (rhynecl@vestavia.k12.al.us).

  • For up-to-date information or to donate, please visit www.relayforlife.org/VestaviaAL. And be sure to follow us on Twitter (@VHHSRelay4Life) and Instagram (@VHHSRELAYFORLIFE). We hopeto see you this spring! 


Posting Date: August 19, 2014
Expires 5/22/15

PARTNERS IN EDUCATION

Partners in Education (PIE) is a program by which individuals and businesses can support VHEC through donations of money, goods or services. These individuals and businesses are recognized throughout the year in many ways including monthly school publications. PIE is supported by the Vestavia Hills Chamber of Commerce and all donations directly benefit the students of VHEC. Thanks to all of you who have already decided to partner with our wonderful school! Look for a list of our partners in the next Courier and please make an effort to thank them for supporting our students!

You can become a Partner by making a cash or an in-kind donation. The donation levels are:

Bronze (contribution valued between

$250-$499 cash or in-kind donation)

Silver (contribution valued between

$500-$999 cash or in-kind donation)

Gold (contribution valued between

$1000-$1499 cash or in-kind donation)

Platinum (contribution valued over

$1500 cash or in-kind donation)

 

Thank you to these businesses and individuals who have helped our school and our children:

Platinum: Bruster’s Real Ice Cream;  Chick-fil-A; Circle Box; Dermatology & Skin Care Center of Birmingham, Dr. Julie Harper; Full Moon Bar-B-Que; Fulton Dental, Dr. Kane Fulton; Indie Candy; Jackson, Howard & Whatley, CPA; Mark Yanosky Orthodontics; Moe’s Original Bar B Que; Norris Orthodontics; Richter Landscape Co.; Rudulph Real Estate, Inc.; Sol Azteca; The Black Family; Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church

Gold: Kidz Closet & More; The Zwilling Family

Silver: McMurray Carroll; The Comer Family; Pinnacle Bank; Rocky Ridge Pharmacy;  www.GiftsfromAtoZebra.com

 

Bronze: Ellen Sheumaker Design; ShoeFly Boutique; Stephanie Steinmentz Pediatric Dentistry; The Bryan Family; The Knight School; Walmart Neighborhood Market

 

 

 


Posting Date: July 29, 2014
Expires 5/31/15

BYOD at VHEC

Vestavia Hills City Schools is committed to aiding students and staff in creating a 21st century learning environment. We are beginning our second year of implementing “Bring Your Own Device,” or BYOD. For purposes of BYOD, “Devices” are personally owned wireless portable electronic equipment used for instructional purposes. Students in BYOD classrooms may be allowed but not be required to bring and use personal, portable, electronic devices starting at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. In order to comply with Federal regulations, all student owned devices will be subject to Internet filtering policies.  VHEC is a 100% BYOD school.

 

Things to Know

BYOD Policy

FAQ for Parents

FAQs for Students