The Vidalia City School’s Nutrition Department has been recognized as a “School Meals Hero” for their work during the last year in the face of the pandemic.
Tue Jun 15 11:16 AM
Vidalia City Schools is proud to announce the appointment of Brandon Boston as the new Principal at J.D. Dickerson Primary School. Boston, who has served as the Assistant Principal at J.R. Trippe Middle School for the past five years, replaces Brenda McLain, who moves to the Central Office.
Tue Jun 08 03:41 PM
The J.D. Dickerson Primary School leadership team held their summer retreat on June 3rd, under the direction of new Principal Brandon Boston. The Retreat allowed team members a chance to "express their grade level concerns, needs, and desires."
Tue Jun 08 10:37 AM
After spending 23 years as the Vidalia City School System’s Accounting Specialist, Sandy Seidling said goodbye to her co-workers at the board office during a luncheon honoring her for her service and retirement.
Mon May 24 03:01 PM
May is Better Speech and Hearing Month
Tue May 18 12:00 AM
Eleven longtime employees who are retiring at the end of the year were honored at the May Vidalia Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday. The group that includes Educators and Central Office Staff, Paraprofessionals, Lunchroom staff, and Transportation Staff have accumulated 297 years of service.
Thu May 13 11:13 AM
The Vidalia City School System’s School Nutrition Department was recently commended by the Georgia Department of Agriculture for “excelling in meeting the 2020 Vision for School Nutrition.”
Fri May 07 10:24 AM
The Vidalia City School System lost one of the “All-Time Greats” Monday when Ms. Lois Fleming passed away at age 87.
Wed Apr 14 10:57 AM
The Vidalia City Special Education Department recently purchased Adapted playground equipment to accommodate and support students with disabilities at JDD. This playground helps foster communication, motor, social, cognitive, and adaptive skills for students.
Mon Mar 15 03:52 PM
Students at Vidalia High School enrolled in the Dual Enrollment program through Southeastern Technical College remembered and honored important African-Americans who have made key contributions during the history of the United States.
Wed Feb 24 10:08 AM