The dedication of the new VBA Greenhouse will be Friday, May 17th at 10:00. Come and see what we have done!
February 1 - LEA – Ground Hog Day-Story, KATZ – Movie
February 4 - PTP – Dale County Library
February 5 - KATZ – Library
February 7 - KATZ – Bowling
February 8 - LEA – Chinese New Year Party, KATZ – Movie
February 12 - KATZ – Library
February 14 - Happy Valentine’s Day, LEA – Charlie Brown Valentine, KATZ – Bowling
February 15 - Transitional/Intermediate – Field Trip to Little Caesars’ for lunch, PTP/KATZ – Tribute to Michael Jackson – Dothan Opera House
February 18 - Read Dr. Seuss
February 19 - Read Dr. Seuss, KATZ – Library
February 20 - BOARD MEETING 12:00, Read Dr. Seuss
February 21 - Read Dr. Seuss, PTP – Boland Lanes
February 22 - Read Dr. Seuss, KATZ – Movie
February 25 - READ ACROSS AMERICA
February 26 - READ ACROSS AMERICA , PTP – Wal-Mart, KATZ – Library
February 27 - READ ACROSS AMERICA
February 28 - READ ACROSS AMERICA
By Mr. Roger Haburey
On Tuesday September 18th, all registered voters statewide are being summoned to the polls for a vote on a Constitutional referendum. It would allow the Governor to transfer, $145.8 million dollars per year for the next 3 years, a total of $437.4 million dollars, from the Alabama Trust Fund to the General Fund. If this referendum passes, we move forward with efforts to keep pace with the normal day-to-day operations of Vivian B Adams School without a need to make painful and drastic cuts.
In the case of a “NO” vote, Governor Bentley could call the Legislature into special session to adjust current cuts or consider new revenue. The alternative could be a call for a proration of 17% or more in across-the-board cuts. Either of these would be expected to have a large impact on us.
Please research the issue and vote your convictions as you see fit, taking into account the beneficiaries who may very well lose all or part of their provided services, including what is provided for them here at VBA. Specific among the issues at stake in this special referendum are the state mental health and Medicaid funding.
A YES vote is our best chance to continue our programs and support as they currently exist.
Voting on the 18th will be at regular voting sites from 7:00AM to 7:00PM and is open to all voters.
Thank you for your support!!!
By Roger Haburey
Hey y’all!!! VBAS has a new mascot that is in the form of a mixed terrier that’s being trained to help certain students and individuals around the school. Mrs. Starla Andrews is providing care for the dog on a daily basis. We are all proud to have this wonderful addition, and the staff sure enjoys having her.
Right now, she is still in training, but she seems to be slowly getting to know her way around, and she loves being petted. Don’t worry, she’s been properly checked out. If you have an individual enrolled here that might be allergic to pet hair or pets themselves, please contact this facility and let our staff be aware.
From Left to right – seated: Bonnie Crawford, Pat Jackson, Pat Sneed(Sec), Robert Crosby(Vice Chairman), Back row: David Sprayberry (Director), Joe W. Adams, Bill Kamerer, Dot Adams, Fred Steagall, Frank Carroll(Chairman)
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