Enrollment 2019-2020

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LOOKING FOR A SCHOOL WITH VISION?

Take a look at Vision Charter School! We’re a FREE K-12 college-preparatory science and art school where high school students can earn college credits without ever leaving the campus. Thanks to our accelerated curriculum, eligible students can graduate from high school with a HS diploma and a two year Associate of Arts degree from the College of Western Idaho for FREE!!!! *

Don’t wait to become part of this life changing school! We begin accelerating our students in our FREE full day kindergarten program. Critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and collaboration start in the primary school setting and extend throughout high school!

We emphasize science, art, music, character and leadership education, advanced opportunities, safe & small school culture, challenging curriculum, and study in a second language.

*https://nextsteps.idaho.gov/resources/fast-forward-program/

INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS: Learn more about Vision Charter School by attending an informational session where you can meet staff and administration and get all of your questions answered! Informational sessions are offered Wednesday, February 6 OR March 6 from 6-7PM.

VISION CHARTER SCHOOL will be ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR after January 1, 2019.

Vision Charter School will hold its lottery for enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, March 15, 2019 in room 130.

Electronic applications may be found at visioncharter.net under Future Parents > Enrollment 2019-2020.  Completed electronic applications must be submitted by Friday, March 8, 2019 Applications submitted after Friday, March 8 at 4:00 p.m. will be placed into the lottery for the following year and at the bottom of the waitlist for each grade level.

All prospective students will be given the opportunity to enroll in the FREE public charter school, regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, social or economic status, or special needs.

VISION CHARTER SCHOOL ACEPTA APLICACIONES PARA EL AÑO ESCOLAR 2019-2020!

La Escuela Vision Charter celebrará su lotería para la inscripción para el año escolar 2019-2020 a partir de las 9:00 a.m. el viernes 15 de marzo de 2019 en el salón 130.

Las solicitudes electrónicas se pueden encontrar en visioncharter.net bajo inscripción / lotería. Las solicitudes electrónicas completas deben enviarse antes del viernes 8 de marzo de 2019 Las solicitudes enviadas después del viernes 8 de marzo a las 4:00 p.m. se colocará en la lotería para el año siguiente y al final de la lista de espera para cada nivel de grado.

Todos los futuros estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de inscribirse en la escuela pública gratuita, sin importar la raza, color, origen nacional o étnico , religión , sexo , condición social o económica , o necesidades especiales.

Parents will be notified in writing within seven business days of the lottery if their child receives a spot at Vision Charter for the 2019-2020 school year or where their child is located on the wait list.

Application in English

Application in Espanol

 

Snow Day / Emergency Closure Information

SCHOOL CLOSURES/ SNOW DAYS:

IN THE EVENT OF SCHOOL CLOSURE OR EMERGENCY CLOSURE: The most accurate updated information can be found on our Facebook page and our website at visioncharterschool.net. We will also send out updates via this newsletter. If you would like to receive our newsletters, you may sign up on our website.
You may also check updates on KTVB channel 7, KBOI channel 2, KIVI/KSAW channel 6 and 9.

We are aware that many families are traveling a long distance daily to get to VCS. In the event of snow and ice, we prefer that you and your family come late to school and be safe rather than rush to avoid a tardy and potentially encounter dangerous traffic situations. Therefore, we will not count your child absent as long as they are at school NO LATER than 10 a.m. daily during harsh weather conditions. Please notify the attendance clerk when signing in that the tardy was due to road conditions. Tardies will always be excused during bad weather days. This grace period only applies on bad weather days. Your safety is our first priority! (Your child will still be responsible to make up missed work from any class per the attendance policy.)

2017-2018 K-12 Dress Code **NEW THIS YEAR**

UPDATED K-12TH GRADE DRESS CODE:

-Students will wear attire and treat other students and staff of Vision Charter School with respect and modesty. If one’sdress or behavior is offensive, inappropriate, distracting to the learning/school environment, and/or poses a safety hazard as determined by the administrator, it will not be acceptable on campus.

-All pants, shorts, skirts, etc. must be worn at the waist to cover one’s undergarments

-Shorts and skirts must be worn at the waist and reach to at least 3” above the top of the knee.

-Holes are not allowed that are three inches above the top of the knee or higher.

– No Brief or Exposing Tops. Garments such as halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, tank tops (worn alone), spaghetti strap tank tops (worn alone), and tops that are see through may not be worn. Midriffs and undergarments must stay hidden.

-Gauges are to stay under 10mm

NEW K-12th GRADE DRESS CODE GUIDELINES:

1.Students should have a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance.

2.Leggings must have a shirt that extends to the fingertip length when arms are flat at the side.

3.Hair should never be a distraction to the learning environment.

4.Jewelry is to be in moderation and not a safety concern or distraction to the learning environment.

5.Clothing must not be overly tight or bagging, or revealing in any way.

6.Underwear or undergarments are not to be visible on either upper or lower parts of the body.

7.No hats, hoods, scarves, or non-religious head covering of any kind are allowed to be worn while inside the classroom. However, hats, visors, or other acceptable head coverings will be allowed outside.

8.No trench coats allowed.

9.Clothing, tattoos, body markings, or any item brought to school, such as outer wear, back packs, lunch boxes, notebooks, jewelry, and hair pieces, may not have any insignias, patterns, graphics, writing or messages that are obscene or relating to drugs, alcohol, tobacco, any illegal activity, or any sexual innuendos.

10.Gang attire of any kind is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, garments that are suggestive or colors, bandanas, or belts that have gang symbols or innuendos on them.

11.Any attire, grooming practice, makeup, or possession that disrupts the educational atmosphere will not be allowed.

12.Special days that would not adhere to certain portions of this   may be allowed with the permission of the school administrator and announced in advance.

13.The school administrator holds the right to determine if any apparel, jewelry, grooming practice, or other item is not appropriate for Vision Charter School based on a distraction to the learning environment or a safety concern.

14. No roller shoes allowed

15. Tennis shoes must be worn to P.E.

 

**All students will resolve the dress code violation prior to returning to class. Dress code violations will result in the following: 1st offense: Warning, 2nd offense: Detention/Community Service, 3rd offense: Defiance Referral        *See Discipline Policy for continued offenses of defiance.