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Virginia Middle School

Virginia Middle School

855 Piedmont Avenue
Bristol, VA  24201
276-821-5660 (Phone)
276-821-5661 (Fax)
Hours of Operation: 8:35 AM - 3:35 PM
Doors Open for Students: 8:00 AM
Information/Snow Line:  276-821-5999                          
Principal:   Amanda Chitwood
Assistant Principal: Adam Lallande
Secretary:   Mandi Burns
Guidance Secretary/Bookkeeper:  Pam Fricker

May 23:  Laptop Turn In Day

All laptops must be turned in to Mr. Hodges in Room 208 by 3:30 PM. 

Please let Mr. Hodges know if you will need your laptop for Summer School.

VMS Class taking part in the Plant the Moon Challenge

Marigold of the Month
September Marigold - Jessica Buchanan  October Marigold - Jolene Lambert  November Marigold - Travis Maxwell
December Marigold - Jonae Davis


We invite you to watch this video of important information for Virginia Middle School students and parents.


Attention Parent or Guardian of rising 7th Grade Students

 A booster dose of (Tdap) tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis vaccine,  is required by the State of Virginia before entering 7th grade.

 Documentation of having received this immunizations must be provided to the school, or student will not allowed to start middle school.

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23-24 School Supply List for Virginia Middle School

  • Pencils
  • Highlighters
  • Colored Pencils
  • Red Pens
  • Composition (Non-spiral) Notebooks (at least 2)
  • Any binders should be no larger than 1” in width
  • Loose-leaf Notebook Paper (College Ruled for 8th grade, Wide Ruled for 6th and 7th grades)
  • Minimum of 1 Spiral Bound 3-Subject Notebook for 6th grade only
  • 2-pocket folder
  • Glue Sticks/Liquid glue
  • Ear buds for computers
  • Tennis shoes- must be lace-up shoes. No slip-on shoes, crocs, slippers, sandals of any kind for PE Class.
  • Clothes must meet dress code and allow students full movement to participate in activities.