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1st Place speller Tyler Barnett will represent VMS at the CESA #11 Regional Spelling Bee at BWHS on February 15th. Good luck, Tyler! Our alternate is Mason Hoch.  He will compete if Tyler is unable to.



If severe weather develops during the day, the Skylert Notification System will be implemented; parents are also encouraged to monitor the TV stations or call the SCHOOL CLOSING HOTLINE (715-684-2200), to be informed of school closing early. 

Please do not call the schools, bus garage, or transportation office to request closing information as it is important to keep the lines open for us to make the necessary arrangements for late start or cancellation.

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The following open gyms have been tentatively scheduled for the 14U Boys (8th Graders).  They should be added to the school calendar soon. 

  • Sunday, February 12th  3:00-5:00pm @ VMS South Gym
  • Sunday, February 19th  3:00-5:00pm @ VMS South Gym
  • Sunday, February 26th  3:00-5:00pm @ VMS South Gym
  • Sunday, March 5th3:00-5:00pm @ VMS South Gym

 If parents could stay and help it would be appreciated. ​

Keep a Sick Child at Home if You See the Following:

·         Fever. This is one symptom that automatically rules out school, no questions. (Anywhere from 100 to 101 degrees or higher is the usual guideline used by most schools.) Your sick student should be fever-free without medication for at least 24 hours before you send him/her back to school.


·         Diarrhea. This could be a sign of a viral infection, so it’s best to keep your student at home. It’s also important to keep rehydrating him/her  with an oral rehydrating solution when they have diarrhea, and the best way to do that is by keeping them at home.


·         Vomiting. Aside from the fact that your student won’t be comfortable, he/she could vomit again ( one bout of vomiting is usually followed by another). Keep them home until they have gone 24 hours without throwing up.


·         Cough. This depends on how severe the cough is. Coughs can spread infection to other students. A serious cough can also keep a child from getting a good night’s rest, which means they’ll be too tired for school in the morning. As a general rule, if your student has a serious cough, particularly if it’s accompanied by breathing troubles, call your doctor and keep them home. But if it’s just a mild cough and no other symptoms, they can probably go to school.


·         Rashes. Skin rashes could be a sign of a contagious infection, such as impetigo. You should have a rash evaluated by a doctor before sending your student to school.


·         Pinkeye (conjunctivitis). This infection can quickly and easily spread from one child to another, as many parents of grade-school age children already know all too well. Keep your student home until the doctor says they may return​.

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Mr. Scott Benoy
Viking Middle School
715-698-2456 ext. 3102

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