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News Article Index
|Damascus Middle School Students Hear Timely Message about Internet Safety||10-20-2014||
On Wednesday, October 1, Detective Jamie Blevins with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office visited Damascus Middle School to present an Internet Safety Program to students.
|Greendale Elementary: It was a Dirty Job, but Somebody Had to Do It!||10-20-2014||
On Saturday, Sept. 20th, members of the Greendale Elementary PTO and various students joined forces with Tractor Supply of Bristol, VA for "Dog Days".
|High Point Students Make Global Connections||10-20-2014||
Fifth grade students at High Point Elementary sent letters, once again, to their pen pals in Copey, Costa Rica. After receiving letters from their friends at the Copey Learning Center, students planned their writing and discussed questions and issues they hope to address as they continue communicating throughout the year.
|Glade Spring Middle School Student Attends Summer STEAM||10-17-2014||
Glade Spring Middle School sixth grader, Ariel E., successfully completed Summer STEAM 2014. Summer STEAM is the Virginia Science Technology Engineering and Applied Mathematics Academy’s signature summer offering intended to inspire and expose rising sixth through eighth graders from across Virginia to STEAM content, applied learning, and leadership development.
|Damascus Middle School Agriscience Students are involved in Garden Project!||10-17-2014||
Students in Mrs. Mary Rhudy’s eighth-grade Agriscience class recently created a raised-bed garden near the outdoor classroom. The students learned that, although most vegetable gardening is done during the spring and summer, some vegetables are hardy late-season growers!
|Meadowview Elementary Pre-K Students Investigate Pumpkins||10-16-2014||
Pre-K Students at MES have been studying the 5 Senses. On Friday September 26th they put their 5 senses to use by investigating pumpkins. When students touched the pumpkin they said that it was hard and smooth on the outside.
|Holston Golf Team wins Conference Championship||10-16-2014||
Holston High School's Golf team is ready to prove that they have the same talent and drive that propelled them to a state championship last year. On September 24th, the HHS golfers locked up the Crooked Road Conference crown by defeating Northwood, Honaker, Twin Valley, Council, and Haysi high schools on the links at the Tazewell Country Club.
|Glade Spring Middle School Student is a Published Poet...Again!||10-15-2014||
Congratulations to Faith H.! She is an eighth grader at Glade Spring Middle School who has recently been published for a second time. She was published in a poetry anthology last spring and now has another award-winning poem.
|Local Author Visits Greendale Elementary||10-15-2014||
A local author, Joe Tennis, visited the Second Grade students at Greendale Elementary. Amongst the cabinets that housed this year’s Backyard Book Fair selections, children sat listening intently to the published tales told by Mr. Tennis.
|High Point's Art Teacher Mr. Cregger, Visits The Louvre Museum of Art!||10-14-2014||
High Point Elementary School's Art Teacher, Mr. Steven Cregger, recently had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit world-famous Louvre Museum of Art, in Paris France. Mr. Cregger is the 2014 winner of The McGlothlin Award for Teaching Excellence, Elementary Level.