The VVS School District is located in the heart of Central New York. The District enrolls approximately 2130 students in Pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The 130 square mile District includes the towns and villages of Vernon and Verona, the small city of Sherrill, and portions of the cities of Oneida and Rome, and the towns of Kirkland, Westmoreland, and Vienna.
The area, a few miles off the New York State Thruway between the cities of Utica and Syracuse, is known for its attractive surroundings, convenience to employment, health care, and quality of life. The area allows easy access to the Adirondack Mountains, many rivers and lakes, and colleges and universities, all offering numerous recreational, educational, and cultural activities.
The Vernon-Verona- Sherrill School District aspires to be valued as a district of distinction by our community.
The Mission of the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill School District is to serve the community by preparing individuals to value challenges, learning opportunities, diversity, and civic responsibility.
1. Faculty, students, parents, staff, and community will work together to achieve the high levels of student learning necessary for success in the 21st Century.
2. Students, faculty, parents, staff, and community will learn and work in a physically, emotionally, safe school environment.
3. Faculty, students, parents, staff, and community will demonstrate the personal attributes necessary to succeed in a diverse world.
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