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News Article Index
|WCPS School Nutrition Implements MealsPlus and K12PaymentCenter||08-11-2016||
The School Nutrition Department implemented a new software and (POS) Point-of-Sale system this school year 2016-2017 called MealsPlus. MealsPlus has so many tools and features that will help us to meet all of our food service management needs.
|Wallace Middle School Students Tour Rocky Mount||07-27-2016||
On May 17, 2016, Wallace Middle School students from the sixth grade took a trip back in time to tour the living history museum of Rocky Mount. Students experienced first-hand several demonstrations of early living from the late 1700’s such as weaving, spinning, blacksmithing, cooking, long-hunting and shearing.
|WMS Sixth Graders Present Their 3-D Solar Systems||07-18-2016||
Students in Mrs. Carrigan’s science class worked hard on their science projects during the last week of school and presented them to their classmates to show off what they had learned. The science students had to create a 3-D solar system project following a rubric with multiple requirements.
|Wallace Middle School GATE Students Visit Nashville||07-05-2016||
The GATE students at Wallace Middle School have been busy all year exploring the arts. They have created art, performed for a live audience, and experienced art in differing venues throughout the year. Recently they were inspired by a visit to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol where they learned about the role that the Bristol Sessions played in the birth and development of country music.
|CTE Center Graduate Completes Training as a Pharmacist||06-13-2016||
LeAnne B., who graduated from the Washington County Career and Technical Center’s Pharmacy Technician Program in 2011, received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (Pharm.D.) from the Appalachian College of Pharmacy on April 30th. LeAnne finished in the top 10% of her class and had the highest GPA in her cohort during her first semester at ACP. ACP, located in Oakwood, Virginia, has an accelerated three year program.
|Free Summer Meals||06-01-2016||
|WMS Introduces the Archery Club||05-25-2016||
Washington County teachers and administrators attended a training course for National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) last summer. The training also provided bows, arrows, targets, and a safety net for each school represented.
|CTE: Brooke K--Bronze Medalist at State SkillsUSA!||05-25-2016||
Brooke K., a senior at the Washington County Career & Technical Education Center and a second year Culinary Arts student, placed third at the Virginia State SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Skills Championships held April 16th, in Fredericksburg.
|John S. Battle Class Discovers Glee Gum||05-25-2016||
Larry Booher is a long-time teacher at JSB and recently his Ecology class was featured on the Glee Gum website. Glee Gum is a company which makes an all natural gum. For their use of the product and the research that went into the project, Mr. Booher and his class were selected as a "Featured Fan".
|CTE: CISCO Student Nicolas O. Earns Bronze at State SkillsUSA!||05-24-2016||
Nicolas O., a senior at the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center and a second year CISCO Networking Academy student placed third in Technical Computer Applications at the Virginia SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference and Skills Championships held April 16th in Fredericksburg, Virginia.