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Hurricane Irma Info

The following updates have been released regarding Valdosta City Schools' athletic events over the next few days.
The Valdosta High Wildcats will host the Tift County Blue Devils at 8:00 pm tonight, September 8, at Bazemore Hyder Stadium. Tonight is Military Appreciation Night, all military personnel should enter through the visitor's gate at the corner of Slater and Brookwood with a current military ID.
The cross-country team will travel to Leesburg on Saturday, September 9, for the Lee County Invitational. The meet will begin at 8:30 AM on the campus of Kinchafoonee Primary School.
The VHS varsity softball doubleheader scheduled for Saturday, September 9, against Northside Warner Robins has been canceled. These games will be rescheduled at a later date. The games for next Monday, September 11, and Wednesday, September 13, have also been canceled. The Monday game versus Berrien has been rescheduled for September 26, at 5:30 PM. This game will be Senior Night with Senior presentations starting at 5 PM. There are no plans right now to reschedule the Cook County game.
The middle school softball games scheduled for next Monday, September 11, and Tuesday, September 12, have been canceled. Make-up dates are still pending.
The varsity volleyball games scheduled for next Tuesday, September 12, at Tift County has been canceled. The make-up date for this game has been set for September 25, in Tifton at 5:00 PM. 

The middle school volleyball game scheduled for next Tuesday, September 12, versus Georgia Christian has been canceled. The make-up date for this game is pending.

UPDATE - 10AM on 09/08/17

Valdosta City Schools will be closed on Monday, September 11. School officials will make additional announcements about further possible closures following the 11 am briefing with local EMA.
For up to date information, refer to and all VCS social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).

Valdosta City Schools' officials are partnering with Lowndes County Emergency Management to determine potential impacts of Hurricane Irma on our community. Although the National Weather Service models are good predictors of a storm’s path, we cannot accurately forecast the course and strength of the storm until it is much closer.

Because we do not want to make a decision prematurely, we will continue to monitor the storm and seek advice from our local EMA officials daily. We will offer updates via our website, social media sites, all call system and local media outlets to keep all stakeholders informed.

We thank you for your patience and appreciate your trust in our school district.