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Parent Resources

Regular Schedule
 
PreK - 7th

Breakfast: 7:30
Class Begins: 8:00
School Ends: 3:30
Wed. Pick-Up: 12:00
8th-12th

Breakfast: 7:30
Class Begins: 8:30
School Ends: 4:15
Wed. Pick-Up: 12:45
 
Pick-Up & Drop-Off

Drop-Off & Pick-Up Schedule - Coming soon!

Traffic Flow Map - Coming soon!
Lunch Times
 
PK - 10:20-10:50
K - 10:25-10:55
1st - 10:30-11:00
2nd - 11:05-11:35
3rd - 11:10-11:40
4th - 11:15-11:45
5th - 12:05-12:35
6th - 12:00-12:30
7th - 12:40-1:15
8th - 12:45-1:15
HS - 12:50-1:25
 
 
On 1/2 Wednesdays students eat in their classrooms.
 
Lunch Prices
 
$3.50 - Monday - Thursday
$4.00 - Friday Specialty Lunch
1/2 Day Wednesday
 
Coming soon!
Before and After Care
Dress-Code

The School’s Dress and Grooming Policy is designed to teach grooming and hygiene, prevent disruptions, minimize safety hazards, and provide a dress standard that offers flexibility for the parent and student. The operating words for these expectations for Village Tech Dress and Grooming Policy are modesty, respect, and safety.

The Campus Director has the final discretion to determine if expectations are met with the Dress and Grooming Policy. If in violation of not being modest, respectful, or safe, the student will remain in class for that day with the expectation of not repeating the offense, or with a more severe violation, remain in the office until a change of clothes can be brought to the school (unexcused absence from class). For more information, please visit the Student Handbook.
Grading 
Supply Lists
Volunteer

Please use the attached form to volunteer at Village Tech Schools. Once filled out, please turn this form in the front office at either campus. This form must be completed and approval must be confirmed prior to being allowed to volunteer in leadership activities with students including, but not limited to, chaperoning a field trip, coaching or assistant coaching for athletic activities or ongoing lunch duty. Also, please remember that this form must completed each year in order to participate in these activities.

The State of Texas requires that every child in the state be immunized against vaccine-preventable diseases caused by infectious agents in accordance with an established immunization schedule.

To determine the specific number of doses that are required for your student, please read the “2017–2018 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students in Grades K–12” document issued by the TDSHS. Specific immunization information is available on the TDSHS website.

Proof of immunization may be shown through personal records from a licensed physician or public health clinic with a signature or rubber-stamp validation.