Congratulations to the following students who auditioned for this year’s NC High School Honors Chorus. Pictured left to right: Kyle Jewell, Melody Wimberley, Abigail Leonard, Jordan King, Reyna Alston. AND HUGE Congratulations to Kyle Jewell & Reyna Alston who were chosen to represent Voyager in this year’s chorus! Over 1,000 high school students from across the state auditioned, and only 180 were accepted. Kyle & Reyna will now have the opportunity to work with renowned conductor, Dr. Joe Miller from Westminster Choir College. The honors chorus will perform at the NC Music Educators Conference in Winston-Salem on Sunday, November 11th @ 3:00pm in the Stevens Center. Concert is free and open to the public.
Dear Mrs. Lucas:
I am pleased to congratulate Voyager Academy on exceeding the North Carolina State Board of Education’s academic growth expectations as measured by the Education Value-Added Assessment System for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is an outstanding achievement, and I join your faculty, students, and families in celebrating this milestone.
Education is vitally important to the success and growth of our young people. The impact you are making in the lives of your students is immeasurable. I am incredibly thankful for your dedication in education, and I applaud your unwavering commitment to North Carolina’s youth.
I look forward to hearing of your continued growth and success. My best wishes for your future.
Good evening Voyager families,
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!
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.
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.
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!!
Jennifer Lucas, M.Ed
Managing Director, Voyager Academy
A fully accredited K-12 Charter School