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News Article Index
|Ms. Obregon’s Spanish Students Recognize "Dia de los Muertos"||02-03-2015||
In honor of "Dia de los Muertos", Ms. Dalia Obregon’s seventh-grade Spanish Exploratory students at Damascus Middle School made altars in memory of special people or pets in their lives. Creating these altars is a tradition in Mexico and is a way of showing care and devotion to those who have passed away.
|Holston Band Cinches Major Competition Win||02-02-2015||
Fall is the time for major band competitions, and the HHS Band once again made their presence known. On October 4th, the band squared off with other band in the region at the Lonesome Pine Band Festival at the Central High School Field in Wise, Virginia. It was the fourth time in the last six years that HHS had entered this event. A the end of the day, Holston's musicians had taken a majority of the awards.
|High Point Third Grade Math Students are Designers!||02-02-2015||
Third grade math students in Mrs. Miller’s and Mrs. Ratliff’s math classes are studying geometry. They have used a variety of activities to learn about various solid (3d shapes like cone, sphere, rectangular prism, cube, cylinder, and square pyramid) and plane figures (flat shape like square, rectangle, circle, etc.).
|Wallace Middle School Students Participate in Holiday Mail for Heroes Program||01-30-2015||
Eighth grade students at Wallace Middle School attended a Veterans Day ceremony to honor those who have served and are currently serving in the military. The students were so inspired by the program that they wanted to show gratitude by spreading some extra holiday cheer this year.
|Damascus Middle School Students Compete in Dramatic Reading||01-30-2015||
Damascus Middle School 4-H members recently competed in the Dramatic Reading contest, in which they performed a short reading from their choice of literature. They were awarded points in each of the following areas: introduction of the piece, tone and emphasis, speed and rhythm, facial expression, and body language.
|Meadowview Elementary First Graders are Saving Turkeys||01-29-2015||
Meadowview first grade students from Mrs. Cole’s class were given the task of disguising their Thanksgiving turkey to save his/her life. The students took the challenge and turned turkeys into Christmas trees, basketball pigs, hunters dressed in camo, a peacock and even Santa. Many creative materials were used.
|John S. Battle Percussionist Joins Elite Marching Group||01-28-2015||
This past November, Jesse H., a senior band member at John S. Battle High School was officially announced as a member of the 2015 All-American Army Marching Band. Members of the student body, dignitaries, family members and the press attended the special event held in the school auditorium.
|First Graders at Greendale Elementary Enjoy a Pajama Party!||01-28-2015||
First graders at Greendale enjoyed our Christmas Celebration on Monday, December 15, 2014 with pizza and a movie. Everyone enjoyed a delicious cheese pizza from Pizza Inn and we topped it off with chocolate chip dessert pizza….yum!!
|Multi-School Experiential Education at the Channels||01-27-2015||
On October 24 and 25, students from Patrick Henry HS and Holston HS joined Abingdon HS AT2 on a weekend excursion to the Great Channels of Virginia. The group arrived on Friday afternoon in time to set up camp, start the fire, and cook dinner before lights out.
|Damascus Middle School SCA Provides Delicious Breakfast!||01-27-2015||
The Student Council at Damascus Middle School, under the leadership of club sponsors Mrs. Lisa Blackburn and Mrs. Amy Caywood, recognized American Education Week by providing breakfast for faculty and staff members on Wednesday, November 19. This was a great way to start the day!