We believe children learn and grow in a sequential growth pattern.
We believe children are individuals with unique characteristics.
We believe children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth is interrelated and that the development of the whole child is important.
We believe children learn best through concrete experiences that are meaningful, relevant and important to them.
We believe fostering the growth and development of children is a partnership between parents and teachers.
You, the parent, are the most important influence in the growth of your child, and your involvement in the classroom is important. We will provide opportunities for families to volunteer during the school year such as make playdough for our classrooms, help as a room parent, read a story to your child’s class, help in a classroom with a special project, help on our playground, and move. We also try to provide parent workshops during the school year.
2024-2025 School Year
FOR NEW FAMILY ORIENTATION
We are excited to begin registration for our 2024-2025 school year which begins in September. We have several orientation programs in January and February to welcome new families to VBCC. We begin with a presentation all about our program and take a tour of the school. There is also a chance to complete a lottery registration form. Please use the link to sign up for an orientation session. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an individual tour. We look forward to welcoming you to VBCC!
Feb. 6 and 7: In-House Field Trip—Winter Animal Puppet Show from 10-11 in the Fellowship Hall
Feb. 14: Registration Packets DUE
Feb. 19: President’s Day – No School
Feb. 23-Mar. 4: Rainforest Parent Teacher Conferences during school
March 5: FCPS Teacher Workday, No School
March 7 and 8: In-House Field Trip—Mike Perrello St. Patrick’s Day Magic Show from 10:15-11:00 in the Fellowship Hall
March 11-15: Scholastic Book Fair in the Foyer
March 25-29: Spring Break – No School
April 1 and 2: Fairfax County Teacher Workdays – No School