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Service Academy Information Night

If you are interested in applying to one of America's prestigious Service Academies, please join us tomorrow night! All students and parents are invited to attend and meet members from each of the Service Academies and learn more about the Congressional nominations process.

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Back to School Night

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Dear Parents,

Please join us Thursday for our annual Back to School Night! See the classrooms, meet the teachers, and get a preview of the curriculum that your sons and ...more

Great Books

Great Books has started at lunchtime in the Library! It will be held every Wednesday at lunch and every 2nd & 3rd Friday from 1:30-2:30pm.

Here are the details:

WHO can come…? Anyone interested in reading amazing works of literature

WHAT will we be reading?  "Moby Dick by Melville" and "Walden by Thoreau"

WHEN? Every Wednesday, starting August 26th, at lunch AND every 2nd and 3rd Friday (B period) from 1:30pm - 2:30pm 

WHERE? At the Library (Room 102)… where else?

WHY? It's a chance to really dig deep into 2 of the "Great" books of American History AND earn 2 units as well!


Please email Ms. Fitchhorn, Visual Media Arts teacher, at NadjaF@vacavilleusd.org

Show Your Knight Pride! Spirit Wear Order Deadline is September 18, 2015

Parking Lot Safety

When dropping off students in the morning, please follow the established traffic routes and utilize the drop off areas, pulling forward as far as possible, and turning back around well beyond the dumpster area.

We have also been experiencing problems with people waiting to pick up students after school parking around the Radiation Oncology Center near Bella Vista Road.  As we strive to be good neighbors and respectful of others, I would ask that we pick up students in areas away from the Center.  Also, please do not pick up students across the street at the vacant lot by the Dairy Queen as there is concern that students may be involved in an accident crossing against traffic.

And, In the interest of safety and security,we will be issuing student parking permits for their vehicles.  This will aid in locating students and parking control in the event of damage or an emergency.  There will be an area near the gym/cafeteria that we will request that students park near.

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Journey to Robotics and Trades

Click here to view our recent article in the Vacaville Magazine

Thank you Vacaville Magaine!



Congratulations to the BCMHS Class of 2015!

Congratulations to the BCMHS Class of 2015!

Graduation Photo and Video Information

Graduation photos are available for review and purchase from the following:
Graduation ceremony DVDs that were pre-ordered at the
ceremony may be picked up at the main office from
Tuesday, June 16 through Monday, June 22.  
Orders not picked up by that time will be held for
pick-up until August when school resumes.

Today: 8/31/15

Daily Bulletin

Parent and Student Welcome Back Letter


Flyers from nonprofit groups that provide services, programs, and activities which benefit VUSD students and parents are posted on the Community Bulletin Board.  You can view a list of posted flyers by clicking the Bulletin Board List at... Continue
Posted by: Donna Suchoski
Published: 8/31/15

Working Together to End Truancy
Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams would like all families to know the importance of good school attendance. Several county agencies have come together to make ending truancy a common goal. 

   Up to 75% of children who miss... Continue
Posted by: Barry Rico
Published: 8/28/15