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|Meal Benefit Expiration Notification||08-24-2018||
Prior Year (2017-2018) Meal Benefits are set to expire September 19, 2018. If we do not receive and process an application before the above date, your child/ren benefits will revert to paid. You will be responsible for paying. We encourage you to get your application in as quickly as possible so as not to have an interruption. For quicker processing, you may click here to complete the application electronically. Should you have questions you may call Valerie Cupp 276-739-3074 or Brenda Green 276-739-3031.
|Valley Institute Elementary School Bulldog Bus Safety||08-20-2018||
A special thanks to Ms. Dwanna and Ms. Sharon for leading bus safety drills for our kindergarten and first grade classes.
|Rhea Valley Elementary School WCPS Community Mural Project||08-15-2018||
A big thank you to all of the WCPS teachers and Rhea Valley Staff who participated in "The Big Picture" inservice this summer. Many of our county schools were represented by teachers from RVES, MES, WES, HPES, GES, EBSMS, WMS, AHS, HHS, PHHS, Interchange, and the Safety Zone.
|CTE Annual Notice 2018-2019||08-01-2018||
Washington County Public Schools
Annual Public Notice
Career & Technical Education
Washington County Public Schools Department of Career and Technical Education offer a variety of programs to all students at the middle and high school levels. The program areas include the following:
|Holston High School Art Students Enjoy Capstone Tie-Dying Project||07-16-2018||
As an end of the year incentive for a job well done, Holston Art Teacher Jessie Smith allowed her students to experience the colorful world of tie-dying. Students were permitted to use the associated coloring materials to freehand designs on tee shirts, socks, and other articles of clothing.
|Holston High School's Jenna G. Attends VA All-State Chorus||07-02-2018||
From April to April 7th, Holston High School junior Jenna G. attended the 2018 Virginia All-State Chorus event. She was selected in February along with a few other District VII students to attend the prestigious event.
|Holston High School Students Step In Time with a Production of Mary Poppins||06-25-2018||
Months of hard work came to a conclusion when Holston High School students put on their Spring Musical on March 23rd and 24th. Holston’s Chorus students began planning before the Christmas break and started practicing shortly after they returned in the second semester.
|Holston High School Graduate Carries On Family Farming Tradition||06-11-2018||
Pride A. has grown up farming. He is among the last of the students in Washington County to have worked in the region’s once-abundant tobacco fields. He has developed an aptitude for his chosen profession. He has received numerous awards for his prowess and has recently been recognized by the Bristol Herald-Courier, which ran a feature article about him.
|The WCYB StormTracker Makes a Stop at Wallace Middle School||06-04-2018||
Sixth grade students at Wallace Middle School recently had the opportunity to meet WCYB Chief Meteorologist Dave Dierks and see the new StormTracker vehicle up close.
|John S. Battle High School Dual Enrollment English 12 Students Create Google Sites||05-29-2018||
Ms. Jennifer Daniel's Dual Enrollment English 12 Class at John S. Battle High School recently completed a yearlong Google Sites project.