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Jennifer Bailey

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Education may be a second career for Jennifer Bailey, but she’s already moving into her second job with Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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VHCS Superintendent Todd Freeman said with a ranger placed on the third hole of the golf course, the playground can now be reopened. Read more

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The move was delayed in February after heavy rainfall delayed construction. Read more

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Now that we have concluded one school year and prepare to begin another, the Vestavia Hills City Schools Foundation ("VHCSF") is once again proud to have helped our award-winning schools in achieving the excellence that we are all accustomed to. Read more

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Neal Embry

Freeman spoke about the school's strategic plan and how to continually improve Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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While some Vestavia Hills elementary students might be heading off to more traditional sports like soccer or tennis this fall, Treeline Expeditions LLC offers kids the unique opportunity to spend time after school paddling the Cahaba River. Read more

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With a long career in education, Aimee Rainey is now prepared to take yet another step forward as she assumes the role of assistant superintendent of teaching and learning at Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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Neal Embry

The goals were created as part of the strategic planning session held by Vestavia Hills City Schools. Read more

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Vestavia Hills City Schools will start the 2019-20 school year with an additional director of curriculum and instruction. Read more

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Neal Embry

Todd Freeman and VHCS CSFO Courtney Brown were called "rockstars" by Susan Salter from the Alabama Association of School Boards, which facilitated the review. Read more

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Ashley Corona

Neal Embry

As the school year came to a close in May, so did the careers of several longtime Vestavia Hills educators, including an assistant principal and leaders in their academic field. Read more

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Abbie Freeman

Neal Embry

Along with the facility changes coming to Vestavia Hills City Schools this fall, there’ll be some new faces leading two schools. Read more

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Moving schools

Karim Shamsi-Basha

As part of the wide-sweeping changes coming to Vestavia Hills City Schools in the next two years, school staff worked alongside a professional moving company this summer to move teachers, classrooms and other equipment all over the district. Read more

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The Golden Rule to “treat others the way that you want to be treated” is a familiar motto every year for students at Vestavia Hills Elementary East. Read more

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Neal Embry

Freeman, the current assistant principal, replaces Ty Arendall, who will move to Vestavia Hills Elementary Dolly Ridge in the fall. Read more

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Photo by Neal Embry.

In December 2018, the U.S. surgeon general declared teen vaping to be a “national epidemic, and Vestavia Hills City Schools are unfortunately not immune to the problem, city and school leaders said. Read more

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Vestavia Hills Elementary Cahaba Heights held its Taste of the Heights fundraiser on Tuesday, April 16. Read more

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Vestavia Hills City Schools is being recognized for excellence in music education again this year. Read more

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Addressing student needs in Vestavia Hills City Schools has always been the number one priority, Aimee Rainey, director of student services, said. Read more

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Neal Embry

The wet winter has kept construction crews from replacing the roof and finishing other projects at the old Berry High campus, Superintendent Todd Freeman said. Read more

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