Vernon Verona Sherrill Central Schools

A Great Place to Learn, to Work, and to Live

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    District Office

    (8:00 am - 4:00 pm)

    (315) 813-4404

    (315) 829-2520 (voicemail only)

    DistrictOffice@vvsschools.org

     

    Meal Requests

    jsnediker@vvsschools.org

                                                                                          

    Tech Hotline

    (8:00 am-8:00 pm)

    (315) 813-4434

    TechSupport@vvsschools.org

     

    E.A. McAllister Elementary 

    (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

    Main Office: (315) 813-4533

    (315) 829-7330 (voicemail only)

    Mrs. Bolton, Social Worker: (315) 813-4447

    EAMcAllister@vvsschools.org

     

    J.D. George Elementary

    (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

    Main Office: (315) 813-4550

    (315) 829-7360 (voicemail only)

    Mrs. Tschaar, Social Worker: (315) 813-4054

    JDGeorge@vvsschools.org

     

    W.A. Wettel Elementary

    (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

    Main Office: (315) 813-4569

    (315) 829-7300 (voicemail only)

    Mrs. Whipple, Social Worker: (315) 813-4379

    WAWettel@vvsschools.org

     

    Middle School

    (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

    Main Office: (315) 813-4581

    (315) 829-7444 (voicemail only)

    Mrs. Ballard, Social Worker: (315) 761-2758 

    MiddleSchool@vvsschools.org

     

    High School

    (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

    Main Office: (315) 813-1848

    (315) 829-7446 (voicemail only)

    Mrs. Lappin, Social Worker: (315) 813-1534

    HighSchool@vvsschools.org

     

    CSE Office

    Main Office: (315) 813-4590 

    kgrow@vvsschools.org

     

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Welcome to VVS School District

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    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 Central School District has designed this website to provide you with useful information about the District, our activities, and events.

    We have included links to other websites that you might find useful. However, the District is not responsible for the accuracy or the appropriateness of the information you find on any other website. The fact that we have included a link to another website does not mean that the District agrees with any opinions expressed on the other website, nor does it mean that the District endorses any product or service described on the other website.

About Our District

  • District Vision

    The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill School District aspires to be valued as a district of distinction by our community.

     District Mission

    The Mission of the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill School District is to nurture and support students for success in life, preparing them to embrace challenges, learning opportunities, diversity, and civic responsibility.

    District Belief Statements

    1.  We believe all students should be challenged with academic rigor, provided individualized support through home-school collaboration, and empowered to explore opportunities that prepare them for success in college, career, and life.

    2.  We believe student-school-community connections provide opportunities for students to experience diversity, develop tolerance, foster a sense of belonging, and create the foundation for civic responsibility.

    3.  We believe students are best prepared for success in college, career, and life when their educational experiences cultivate teamwork, perseverance, adaptability, resourcefulness, and a positive attitude.

    4.  We believe optimal learning occurs in a safe and supportive environment that values and nurtures character, integrity, responsibility, and respect for self and others.

    District Goals

    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.  Faculty, students, parents, staff, and community will demonstrate the personal and interpersonal attributes necessary to succeed in a diverse world.

    3.  Faculty, students, parents, staff, and community will create and sustain a physically and emotionally safe and positive school environment.

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