Sean Finan was a spy for the US Army’s Defense Intelligence Agency, but that’s all he can tell me about it. The longtime VLACS adjunct social studies instructor knows a thing
Voices of VLACS: How Former Spy Sean Finan Landed at VLACS
Voices of VLACS: All You Need Is Jeep Love
G-R-O-W. That’s what the metal planters spell over Tara Michelle’s fireplace, each overflowing with a different plant. “I love the idea of the outside being inside,” she says.
Voices of VLACS: Family Time With Kristin Jones
“Internet is down!” reads the 10:08 Slack message. Kristin Jones, VLACS’s Registrar and Administrative Assistant to School Counseling, Slacks me from her phone, apologizing
VLACS Announces New Opportunity to Earn Badges
Imagine a way to track, display, and promote your career exploration accomplishments in high school, earning credit along the way.
The Benefits of Gratitude & Why You Should Practice It All Year
Thanksgiving is more than getting together with family and friends for good food and interesting conversation. It spurs that end-of-year time for reflection and gratitude.
How Teachers Can Use VLACS’s In the Classroom
If you’re a classroom teacher and you teach part-time VLACS students, read on.
Academic Integrity in the Information Age
What did we do before Google? Before the internet? Before we could find a near-instantaneous answer to nearly any question?