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News Article Index
|Meadowview Elementary Students are Using Legos for S.T.E.M.||03-20-2015||
In January, Meadowview Elementary School received some special packages in the mail. Legos! Actually, 12 kits of Legos were received to be used in Mrs. Mink's 2nd grade class and Mrs. Cury's 1st grade class. Mrs. Mink and Mrs. Cury agreed to pilot the Lego Education program after attending the NCTM conference in Richmond this past fall.
|Valley Institute Raises Money for Queen Of Hearts||03-20-2015||
Valley Institute students shared in a fundraising opportunity for John S. Battle Queen of Hearts contestant, Elissa Tester. Students purchased "hearts" daily to show their support for the American Heart Association.
|Last Day of School and Graduation Dates||03-19-2015||
The Washington County School Board voted at its March 16, 2015, School Board
Meeting to set the last day of school as Thursday, May 28, 2015.
The Washington County School Board voted at its March 16, 2015, School Board Meeting for the 2015 graduation dates to be set as follows:
|The Greendale Choir Begins a New Semester||03-19-2015||
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.
|Roses are Red, Solutions are Violet at PHHS||03-19-2015||
Patrick Henry AP chemistry students completed a laboratory exercise using crystal violet dye to measure rate of change. This key lab in the kinetics unit measures the change in light transmission using a strongly basic solution and crystal violet. The dye fades from a strong violet color to colorless in the basic solution.
|Second Graders at Watauga Present A Program on Ancient Egypt||03-18-2015||
Watauga Elementary second graders presented a program at the February P.T.A. meeting, using the theme "Ancient Egypt."
|WMS Agriscience Classes Learn About Fluid Dynamics||03-18-2015||
Students in Mr. Hawkins seventh grade Agriscience class are engineering creative ways to transport water. Students must collaborate, plan, and create a method of moving water over a five foot void without loss of volume.
|Damascus Middle School Students Make County and District Choruses||03-17-2015||
Damascus Middle School has some talented singers! Nineteen 7th and 8th Grade Chorus students were selected for the 2015 All-County Chorus.
|Holston Singer is Among the Best||03-17-2015||
Ashelyn W., a junior at Holston High School, was recently selected for the 2015 Virginia All-State Chorus. Competitive auditions were held on Friday, February 13 at Union High School in Big Stone Gap. She is in elite company, as only 24 students we selected from each district.
|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!