Tobey Elementary

Welcome to our website.

Here at Tobey Elementary School we are committed to helping every child reach their fullest potential. Our staff is also committed to providing our students with instruction and opportunities that help them develop beyond the 3 R's, a curriculum supportive and inclusive of the arts, including the visual arts and performing arts, as well as the language arts. We give students the resources they need to succeed in Middle and High School. 

Family and community involvement is critical for us to reach our goals. These partnerships are strengths at Tobey Elementary School on which we want to continue to build. Visitors, family and volunteers are always welcome at Tobey. Please call the office to arrange an appointment. We welcome and appreciate your continued support. 

Mike Barwegen, Principal

School starts at 8:55 a.m. and ends at 3:35 p.m.

To report sick children or late arrivals, questions concerning times and dates, and other office business call 269-321-1600.

Office Fax Number is 269-321-1655

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December 12, 2018
VCS Accepting Applications for Non-Resident Students
September 10, 2018
Skyward Family Access Login Directions
May 18, 2018
Vicksburg Teacher Chosen as Michigan's Teacher Of The Year
May 10, 2018
Board Appoints Keevin O'Neill As Next Superintendent
Current VHS Principal to Succeed Charles Glaes
December 11, 2017
Schools Of Choice Enrollment Period Open Until January 25, 2018
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Michigan Parent Dashboard For Tobey Elementary

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OK2SAY is an online and phone service provided by the State of Michigan that allows students or community members to anonymously report a threat of violence against students or schools, the threat of self-harm and possible drug activity among students. The phone line is staffed 24 hours a day and all information is passed along to school and/or law enforcement authorities.

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