Every organization is invited to participate in the Homecoming Parade by entering a float. To do so, complete the entry form below and turn it in to the VHS office.
Parents and members of our community are essential partners in this decision-making process. Please consider being a part of our committee by calling us at 972-366-3448. If you would like to join a campus based-site team, please call your campus principal. Meeting dates and times will be posted on the District and Campus Websites.
The Site-Based Decision-Making concept offers more participation opportunities for parents, community members and business representatives. The number of different perspectives, experiences, and interests brought to the committees by such a varied group creates an ideal environment for making the best decisions possible for Venus ISD students.
Selected Professional Staff
Venus ISD will host a series of Community Connections meetings. There are 5 meetings planned for the fall, with plans to follow up with more meetings in the spring. These meetings are designed to provide face to face communication with Venus ISD and the community.
We are constantly asking parents to come to the school for meetings. By having these Community Connection meetings, we are bringing to the school to the neighborhood community. The meetings are scheduled for one hour. We will discuss timely topics, have a presentation by VISD Board members, provide an update on the growth of the community, and field some questions from those in attendance.
Community Connection Meeting Dates/Locations
POSTPONED New Hope Community Church, 11965 CR 506, Venus, TX. Pastor Mark McDaniel
9/27 San Gabriel Lutheran Church, 4029 CR 610, Alvarado, TX. Pastor Jesus Escamilla
10/4 First Baptist Church, 200 S. Locust, Venus, TX. Pastor John Whitworth
10/25 Venus High School, 12 Bulldog Drive, Venus, TX.
11/1 Iglesia Misionera, 9008 Deborah Drive , Alvarado, TX. Pastor Francisco Rubio
All meetings start at 6 PM. We hope to see you soon!
We would like to invite everyone to celebrate Legendary Teacher Day! Teachers make a difference that lasts a lifetime, and everyone can think of a teacher who made a lasting affect on their lives.
The first step in celebrating a legendary teacher is to reflect on your education.
With the three tenets of a legendary teacher in mind:
• Building relationships
• Engaging deeply with students
• Creating high expectations
Reflect on your teachers who pushed you. Reflect on your teachers who held you accountable. And, reflect on your teachers who went above and beyond and invested in your personal success. At this point, you have likely identified a number of your teachers over the years who have collectively contributed to your academic success.
Now, how do you act on your desire to recognize your personal teaching legend?
Active - If your legendary teacher is currently teaching, reach out to them personally. Be sure to cite the specific reason that they are your legend.
Inactive or Retired – Send your tribute to the principal of the school where your legendary teacher influenced you.
In all of these scenarios, you are encouraged to post your legendary teacher tribute on social media. Be sure to include the all important #legendaryteacher in your posting.
Check out https://www.legendaryteacher.com/ for more details on how to celebrate teachers.
The Venus ISD Board of Trustees has taken the next step in celebrating legendary teachers, and has adopted a resolution in support of this initiative. Check it out below:
We are excited to announce that for the 2021-2022 school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost. Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year.
While no application or eligibility determination process is required for your student to receive free meals this school year, the income eligibility requirement will resume in the 2022-2023 school year. Please plan to apply for free or reduced meals for the 2022-2023 school year.
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides food benefits to families with enrolled students (up to 21 years of age) who temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price school meals for the 2020–2021 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To apply, go to yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/PEBT. The application opens June 2, and the deadline to apply is Aug. 13, 2021.
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Haga clic aquí para la aplicación en español.
Who is Eligible?
For even more information, click here.
Congratulations to the Venus ISD Board of Trustees for working hard and making us proud and earning a coveted spot on the Lone Star Governance Leader Board! The Board has been hard at work in training through the Lone Star Governance program, which is a first-of-its kind training initiative for school boards who's primary objective is improving student outcomes. We are proud that our board puts students first, and is putting in the time and effort to increase their capacity to grow our students. To see the leaderboard, click HERE. To learn more about Lone Star Governance, click HERE.
Information for Summer sports camps hosted at Venus ISD can be found here. Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes, who received all-district honors this year. If you see them please congratulate them on their accomplishments this year. Great job, Lady Bulldogs!!
MVP- Kaylee Davis
Catcher of the Year- Natalie Lopez
1st Team Infield
1st Team Outfield
2nd Team Infield
2nd Team Outfield
Congratulations to the following Venus High School student-athletes on earning Academic All-State Honors! Your drive to work hard on the field and in the classroom is a perfect example of what Bulldogs should aspire to. Great job, Bulldogs!
In light of the decreasing prevalence of the COVID-19 cases in the district, and increasing vaccination numbers throughout the North Texas region, the Venus ISD Board of Trustees has made the following changes to our COVID-19 Mitigation Procedures:
The following COVID-19 Mitigation Procedures will be continued through May 28, 2021:
Venus High School Graduation will be held outdoors at Bulldog Stadium. Masking and distancing are recommended, but will not be required. There will be no limit on the number of guests in attendance.
The following COVID-19 mitigation measures will be employed for Summer Learning:
If you have any questions about this, or any of our COVID-19 mitigation procedures, please email them to email@example.com.
As the school year is closing out, we need to collect any unpaid cafeteria charges. Beginning Monday, May 17th, 2021, all students lunch accounts must be brought current. Students will not be allowed to charge meals after this point. You can pay daily, or you are welcome to pre-pay for the remainder of the school year. The last day of school is May 26th, 2021. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter. We have enjoyed serving your child this school year. Have a great summer!
THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER
A medida que el año escolar se está cerrando, necesitamos cobrar cualquier cargo de cafetería no pagado. A partir del Lunes 17 de Mayo del 2021, todas las cuentas de almuerzos de los estudiantes deben estar al día. A los estudiantes no se les permitirá cobrar comidas después de este punto. Puede pagar diariamente o puede pagar por adelantado el resto del año escolar. El último día de clases es el 26 de Mayo del 2021. Agradecemos su cooperación en este asunto. Hemos disfrutado servir a su hijo(a) este año escolar. ¡Que tenga un excelente verano!
ESTA INSTITUCIÓN ES UN PROVEEDOR DE IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES
Mark your calendars! Venus ISD will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday, May 8 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The Moderna vaccine will be offered, and more information will be provided as it becomes available, including registration information.
We are planning a follow-up event to provide the second dose at the appropriate time. Special thanks to The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders of Fort Worth for helping us organize this event!!
Venus Middle School students continued a tradition of excellence in the 2021 Technology Student Association State Competition. Numerous students competed in a variety of technology-focused events in which they problem solved, performed research and development, and/or demonstrated professional communication. Our students worked hard throughout the school year to compete at a high level, and we are proud of their accomplishments! In no particular order, the following students received awards:
Kristopher Tanner - 1st in STATE for Cybersecurity, advances to Nationals
Miley Almaguer, Adrienne Harris, Anthony Oliver -5th in STATE for Children's Stories, advances to Nationals
Jennifer Gonzalez, Brandon Martinez, Dayanara Torres - 7th in STATE for Children's Stories
Hunter Fudge, Dakota Tanner - 7th in STATE for Coding, advances to Nationals
Gabriel Garza - 12th in Digital Photography in STATE
Lesly Gallardo De La Cruz, Delilah Martinez - 4th in STATE for Forensics Technology, advances to Nationals
Garrett Miller, Bryce Scott, Shade Steiner - 4th in STATE for Junior Solar Sprint Car, advances to Nationals
Jaqueline Camarillo, Emma Jonsson, Jenny Nguyen, Katherine Norrell - 4th in STATE for Medical Technology, advances to Nationals
Jaqueline Camarillo, Gloria Licea, Jenny Nguyen, Hailey Rivers - 7th in STATE for Off the Grid
Stefani Rico, Damaris Saenz, Taylor Summerlin - 7th in STATE for Off the Grid
Ariyana Aranda, Valerie Miranda - 8th in STATE for Off the Grid
Hannah Murad - 5th in STATE for Prepared Speech, advances to Nationals
Emily Oseguera, Diana Sanchez Medina - 1st in STATE for Structural Engineering(in a Non-COVID year these students would advance to Nationals)
Jayden Ramirez - 6th in STATE for Black and White Photography
Jayden Ramirez - 18th in STATE for Color Photography
Edgar Ochoa and Partner - 7th in STATE for Video Game Design, advances to Nationals
Our amazing Lady Bulldogs earned All-District Awards for the 2020-2021 soccer season. If you see any of these ladies, please congratulate them on their accomplishments! Great job, Lady Bulldogs!
1st Team All-District
Junior, Litzi Posada
Junior, Courtney Ward
2nd Team All-District
Junior, Shakira Morales
Junior, Taylor Foster
Honorable Mention All-District
Freshman, Jennifer Villalobos
Sophomore, Julissa Reyes
Sophomore, Princess Morales
Sophomore, Jennifer Castillo
We're excited to announce that the following athletes have earned a spot in the area track meet!!
100 Meter Dash - Ashlynn Perez finished 3rd with a time of 12.94
Jeremiah Hall finished 4th with a time of 11.32
400 Meter Dash - Jackie Brown finished 4th with a time of 65.9
Triple Jump - Ismael Lucio finished 1st (District Champ) with a jump of 43' 1/4''
Pole Vault - Janessa Medrano finished 3rd with a jump of 7' 6''
They will be competing on Wednesday (April 14th) at Waxahachie Life High School. Great job, Bulldogs!
The Venus High School Lady Bulldog Basketball Team continues to make us proud even after their season has ended. The following players earned All-District Honors; please congratulate them on their accomplishments when you have the opportunity.
District 11-4A Offensive Player of the Year - Shyann Lewis
1st team All-District - Katelynn Hill
2nd Team All District - Jackie Brown
Honorable Mention - Eva Wilson and Janessa Medrano
We are also BEYOND PROUD to announce that the entire Varsity team earned Academic All-District Honors! Our Lady Bulldogs are second to none!