Last day to charge lunchroom accounts: May 5, 2017.

Last day of afterschool: May 24, 2017

Last day of School: May 26, 2017 (Early Release)


First day of School for 2017-2018: August 10, 2017



There is no after school on Early Release Days!!!


Our Mission: Vernon Elementary School is committed to personal and academic excellence for all students. 


Our Vision: VES will provide students the highest quality education possible, with the resources necessary, so they can achieve their maximum potential and become knowledgeable, responsible, and competent citizens.


Washington County is a NO Bullying Zone! Check out the updated district webpage by clicking here.



Parents of 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders:
Each of these grade levels will participate in computer-based Florida Standards Assessments this spring.  Headphones or earbuds are required for the audio portion of the tests. Students are allowed to bring their own headphones/earbuds to school for use with the tests as well as iReady.  Earbuds can be purchased at several retailers for $1.  Please help us by providing a set of earbuds for your child for use at school and home. Practice FSA tests can be accessed at iReady can also be accessed at home.  If your child doesn't know their username and password, please contact the teacher for that information.
Parents, sign up and view parent portal for student attendance, grades, and referrals. See the Highlights section and if you have any questions contact the front office.


*Check out the Latest News and School Highlights for parent information as referred by the school newsletter.


School Advisory Council: The next meeting will be held May 16th in the library at 3:15 p.m. If you are a parent, family member or anyone in the VES community please feel free to join us! It was RESCHEDULED so please take note of the date.



Check out Parent Roadmaps to the Common Core Standards under School Publications' Helpful Documents!!!


Washington County School District Applies for 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant


  The Washington County School District is applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant for the 2016-17 school year. The grant will provide after school enrichment programs for students in grades 3-5. The following schools will participate in the grant contingent upon approval: Kate M. Smith Elementary School & Vernon Elementary School. If awarded, the afterschool programs will begin on August 15, 2016 and end on May 24, 2017. Notifications and enrollment materials will be sent to parents for participation. The program will be operated by certified instructors.


 The afterschool programs will included activities in Mathematics, Science, English/Language Arts, Nutrition/Fitness Activities, Study Skills and the use of AVID strategies. As the afterschool programs advance forward, other activities may be added to enhance the learning of our students.  Snacks will be provided to all students free of charge. Transportation stops will be provided in the Vernon and Chipley areas for pick-ups.


4th grade Spelling Bee Winners
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Spelling Bee Winners 1st Place- Aubry Vaught 2nd Place- Peter Gordon 3rd Place- Courtney Douglas

Congratulations toAlice Kopp, Emma Holliday, and Abbey Causey. They are the newest members of theAR 250+ club.They will...

Parents of 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders: Each of these grade levels will participate in computer-based Florida Standards Assessments...

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Breakfast and Lunch menus for VES now available on this website:

Attendance Policy information

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What is Anonymous Alerts? Anonymous Alerts allows students or parents to anonymously submit any sensitive or urgent student issues...
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School Board Policy 8.32

Select VES School Publications tab
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