Two-hour Delay

Good evening Voyager families,

Thank you all for your patience and understanding today off the unexpected inclement weather and our desire to keep families and staff safe.
In an abundance of caution we will continue to follow our surrounding counties’ plans and we will operate on a two-hour delay to allow the sun to rise and to reassess any emergencies if they should come up.
We are aware that some of you may travel further and may have some safety concerns and we encourage you to be safe and to make the best decision for your family in returning tomorrow.  We will excuse absences again if you are unable to transport your children for any reason.
We will not hold early care but we do plan to have aftercare and after school activities if all goes well.
As you know we create a stacked calendar so we do not plan to have to make up any time yet.  We will watch the winter weather carefully and we will adjust instructional time if needed in the future.
Have a good night’s rest and we hope to see most of you tomorrow !

Weather Update – Flooding

Good morning everyone,

As you know we have continued to follow the DPS inclement weather policy and plans. However this morning we are aware that many families and staff are experiencing flooded roads and some dangerous travel.

Please be aware that any tardy or absence will be excused for the day. Please also expect that some schedules may be modified or changed during the day to accommodate for any staff that are also late or unable to make it safely to our school. Safety is our number one priority and we will do everything we can to operate today as safely as possible.

Thank you for your understanding!

Hurricane Florence UPDATE

Voyager will be closed on both Thursday 9/13 and Friday 9/14. This is a change to the previous announcement that we would dismiss three hours early on 9/13.

Special Board Meeting

A special call meeting regarding a personnel matter will take place on Thursday, Sept. 6th at 6:00 in the conference room on C Hall in the HS.

Voyager Student Sworn Into Durham Youth Commission

Voyager High School student Lama Khachab was sworn into the Durham Youth Commission for her 2nd term. She represents Voyager well in the public and is the only charter student on the 25+ member commission.

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Dear parents,

As we start school again this year, please make sure you click on the media release link and complete for each one of your children.  Thanks!

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Welcome to the 18-19 School Year!

Dear Viking parents/staff,

As a follow-up to our last email we are incredibly excited about the active construction Stadium complex. As we anticipated, we need to adjust Carline arrival and dismissal times and patterns just a little bit. There are no changes to Elementary but there are slight changes to the Middle School and high school bell schedules of 15 minutes. These changes are only short-term until the construction has moved off of the campus.

Please make sure you read ALL attachments in their entirety to help us open and move traffic efficiently and safely.

Also attached are the mandatory car line tags and all the information you need to open and activate your lunch accounts.

If your child normally qualifies for free for reduced lunches, please remember that it takes us two weeks to provide approval and qualification letters. You should pack a lunch for the first two weeks of school until we receive your qualification letter back during the first few days of school. A more detailed explanation is included in the newsletter.

Thank you, and as always, we appreciate your patience as we continue to grow our campus and build an amazing athletic complex and home field stadium!!

Regards,
Jennifer Lucas, M.Ed
Managing Director, Voyager Academy
A fully accredited K-12 Charter School

 

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2018 Graduation Slide Show!

COLE Competition

Voyager sent two teams to the COLE/Battle of the Books competition at East Wake Academy on Saturday, May 12th. COLE is a version of Battle of the Books for charter schools who do not qualify for the main competition. The teams of 4th and 5th graders competed in the elementary division. Both teams did a great job and one of the teams took first place!

 

Voyager alumnus Blake Buchanan joins Wake Forest Basketball