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News Article Index
|Dr. Yost Reads for Abingdon Elementary Pre-School||03-16-2015||
Dr. Yost, Supervisor of Instruction for Washington County Schools, also came to read to pre-school. The children enjoyed the story, Pancakes, Pancakes by Eric Carle. Dr. Yost helped them see how magical reading can be because sometimes you learn things, sometimes reading is just fun, and sometimes it’s both!
|High Point First Grade Celebrates Gingerbread Week!||03-16-2015||
During the first week of December this year, students in Mrs. Egan’s first grade class celebrated Gingerbread Week. The students read a variety of books about gingerbread characters including “Gingerbread Baby”, “Gingerbread Pirates”, “Gingerbread Mouse”, and “The Gingerbread Girl”.
|MES Read Across America: How Do You Make A Pancake?||03-13-2015||
Imagining warm, buttery pancakes…that’s how we began our discussion. Mrs. Counts’ kindergarten class shared how pancakes taste, what they look like and how they smell. But how does one go about making these delicious treats?
|Abingdon Elementary Pre-School Receives a Visit by Brother Bear!||03-12-2015||
Abingdon Elementary Pre-school had special visitors for Read across America this year. Yolanda Minnick, from the Washington County Public Library, brought her friend, Brother Bear, and read a story!
|Holston Student Participates in County’s Budget Process||03-11-2015||
A Holston High School student stood up to be heard during the recent budget hearings held by the Washington County Board of Supervisors. Megan B., a senior, spoke to the board on January 7th at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center. The board was considering the 2015 budget request of People, Incorporated’s Project Discovery.
|The Greendale Choir Begins a New Semester||03-11-2015||
The Greendale Choir began rehearsals on Tuesday, January 13 for the spring semester. Mr. Fore is happy to welcome 10 new members to the choir, and is looking forward to helping them catch up on our two competition pieces as well as teaching the entire choir our new songs for the semester.
|K- 12 grade Enrichment Opportunities||03-10-2015||
So many wonderful enrichment programs and opportunities await your child this summer! Please take a few minutes to view the pdf containing over 40 programs that might interest your child, from as young as kindergarten through 12th grade. Challenge your child through summer activities!
|Two Meadowview Elementary Students Win Gymnastics Awards||03-10-2015||
MES is proud to announce the achievements of two students. Addie H. and Maisie K. both had an outstanding gymnastics meet at the Rock Star Invitational held on Sunday in Blacksburg, VA. Competing for Mountain Empire Gymnastics at the Bronze Level, Maisie scored a 38.925 All-Around, which was first place, not only in her age division, but among ALL Bronze-Level competitors! Maisie also placed first in each event including the Vault, Bars, Beam, and Floor Exercise.
|DMS Students Selected for All-County Band!||03-10-2015||
On Monday, December 1, students from across the county auditioned for the All-County Band at Patrick Henry High School. Auditions consist of playing snare, mallets, and timpani for percussion and scales and sight-reading for all other instruments.
|JSBHS Junior Accepted into the Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars Program||03-09-2015||
Kaitlin I., a John S. Battle junior, has been selected to participate in the Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars Program. VASTS is a program open to qualified high school juniors statewide and offers an exploration-themed, online course based on the exciting work of NASA.