Superintendent of Schools


June 16, 2023 

Hello Everyone,

I hope everyone had an enjoyable week. Last weekend we celebrated the high school graduation of the Class of 2023 at Innovative Field. It was a wonderful ceremony on a beautiful evening that had tons of emotion. In addition, last weekend our Girls Lacrosse Team won a state title in an amazing game that showed their grit and determination. What an accomplishment! The Boys Lacrosse Team lost a nail biter in the state finals, but showed incredible tenacity and had a tremendous season. 
Special thanks to Brian Siesto, VSHS Principal, and his team for organizing a second graduation on Monday evening for our senior Boys Lacrosse players and their family and friends who missed their graduation through no fault of their own. A huge shout out to the seven student speakers who not only spoke at Sunday’s graduation at Innovative Field, but also spoke at Monday’s graduation ceremony. 
I have enjoyed getting to know many of our seniors. The class of 2023 is an amazing group of young leaders. A huge thank you to the over 800 staff members who have worked with our graduates since they started in Victor. In addition, thank you to all the parents and guardians for raising such wonderful young adults!
Next week marks the end of the school year for elementary students. Our last day for students is Wednesday, June 21st. I know we are just finishing this school year, but if you need assistance with back to school supplies for your student(s) for next school year please visit for more details and to register. Registration is required and due by June 23. The Spot does a remarkable job utilizing donated items to support families in need. 
Finally, Monday we will have no school in honor of Juneteenth. Juneteenth is a national holiday that commemorates the day that Texas, the last Confederate state, learned about the Emancipation Proclamation, marking the end of slavery in the United States in 1865. It has been celebrated annually on June 19th in various parts of the United States since 1865. The day was recognized as a federal holiday on June 17, 2021, when President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law. 
The day celebrates the end of slavery for African Americans and is a day to celebrate African American culture. According to the National Museum of African American History & Culture, the historical legacy of Juneteenth shows the value of never giving up hope in uncertain times. We celebrate Juneteenth and the ideals of freedom for everyone and an understanding and appreciation for the differences between us. 
Have a great weekend, Happy Father’s Day to all our VCS Dads, and please reach out if you have any questions. 

With gratitude, 

Tim Terranova,

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