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News Article Index
|Meadowview Elementary First Graders Take a Step Back in Time||11-12-2014||
On October third, Meadowview’s first grade class stepped back in time to 1791. This isn't some science fiction story! They took their annual field trip to Rocky Mount Living History Museum in Piney Flats, Tennessee.
|VIES 3rd Graders Spooky Scavenger Hunt!||11-12-2014||
Halloween was a spooky day for 3rd graders at Valley Institute. Students went on a Scavenger hunt in their spookiest costumes in search for solving the multiplication mystery!
|John S. Battle Students Dressed up with a Beowulf theme for Halloween||11-11-2014||
Students are currently studying Beowulf in Ms. Jennifer Daniel's Dual Enrollment English 12 class. In the spirit of their study, some students dressed up with a Beowulf theme for the recent John S. Battle High School Halloween Relay for Life fundraiser.
|Kindergarten Alphabet Exchange at Greendale Elementary||11-11-2014||
Kindergarteners from Greendale Elementary School have spent the first 9 weeks exchanging letters from the alphabet with students all across the United States and Canada.
|Damascus Middle School Students Research Local Folklore||11-10-2014||
Author Joe Tennis thrilled students in Ms. Katherine Wright’s eighth-grade English class this past week as he paid a visit to their class to share his research of haunted tales with them!
|Meadowview Elementary Celebrates “Read for the Record”!||11-10-2014||
On October 21, 2014, MES celebrated “Read for the Record” by reading Bunny Cakesby Rosemary Wells throughout the building. The goal for “Read for the Record” is to set a nationwide record for reading the same book on the same day all across the United States.
|S.T.E.M. Train at Watauga Elementary School||11-10-2014||
The S.T.E.M. train is rolling in fifth grade at Watauga Elementary School. S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The program was designed to develop creative and critical problem-solvers.
|Reading is Everywhere at Greendale Elementary||11-07-2014||
“Read Aloud to a Child Week” was a huge success at GES! We had guest readers from all over our local area. Sheriff Newman, Dr. Wallace and Dr. Ratliff from the school board office started the week off with fun books for each grade level.
|High Point Elementary Fifth Graders Plant First Edible Park at Sugar Hollow||11-07-2014||
Fifth grade teachers at HPES are very proud of their students. Read the message below from Denise Peterson who is the Learning Landscapes Manager for Appalachian Sustainable Development.
|Greendale Elementary Fifth Grade Students Kick Start Reading||11-07-2014||
To kick start the Accelerated Reader program, fifth grade students read The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. The Westing Game is a murder mystery like no other, with an unusual plot, a fantastically quirky cast of characters, and more unexpected twists than you can count.