Voyager will operate on a normal schedule on Thursday, January 12
Voyager Academy will dismiss two hours early today, Friday, January 6, 2017.
As we prepare for our first winter weather advisory, please remember that we will follow the DPS inclement weather policy. If they post that schools are delayed, closed or dismissing early, we will as well. The information will be posted to our website and to the local advisory stations, but plan to follow whichever notice gets posted first. Be safe and stay warm!
Support the HS Culinary Arts Program by bidding on student-made gingerbread houses!
When? December 9th-14th
Where? Elementary School Lobby
How? Bid online at: https://www.32auctions.com/VoyagerAcademy
On Thursday, November 10, 2016, four student athletes here at Voyager Academy signed letters of intent in order to pursue their dreams to play sports at the collegiate level: Luke Bennett, Mackenzie Allison, Jackson Kimbrough, and Aminata Johnson. All four individuals excelled in each of their sports, while at the same time thriving academically, 3 of the 4 are ranked in the top 20 of the senior class. It makes our Voyager community proud to be inundated with such life and accomplishments year around. These are only four examples of students within our school who dedicate themselves to succeed. However, in their signing speeches, every student athlete referenced the tremendous help they received from coaches, parents, family, and friends during their journeys. Luke Bennett signed with Appalachian State University for cross country, Mackenzie Allison signed with William Peace University for softball, Aminata Johnson signed with Howard University for women’s basketball, and Jackson Kimbrough signed with Chowan University to play lacrosse.
Our school is taking the My Energy Kit Challenge and has a goal to save at least 20,000 kilowatt-hours of energy this school year. We’ll reach this goal when at least 100 families at our school sign up for a FREE Energy Kit and use it to make their homes energy-efficient. These FREE kits from Duke Energy contain items like LED bulbs, faucet aerators, and other useful gadgets that can make a big difference toward saving energy at home. If we can meet the challenge, our school will automatically win $250. Take the My Energy Kit Challenge and sign up for your FREE kit at MyEnergyKit.org or call 1-855-386-9548.