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News Article Index
|Greendale Elementary School Reading Olympians||03-27-2018||
Students from Greendale Elementary School recently participated in the Washington County Reading Olympics, held at Meadowview Elementary School.
|Holston High School Holds 54th Annual Beauty Pageant||03-21-2018||
HHS crowned its 54th Miss Holston at the annual beauty pageant on Saturday, February 25th. Far from being simply a “beauty contest”, the judges on hand measured the competitors based on three major skills: appearance, poise, and stage presence. The pageant was divided into two rounds. The casual round featured the girls in informal apparel. The following round featured the contestants wearing formal clothing. SCA sponsors Brittany Mullins and Tiffany Williamson were in charge of the contest.
|Rhea Valley Elementary School First Graders Present "Little Red Riding Hood"||03-20-2018||
First grade students in Mrs. Cathy Hutton’s Intervention/Enrichment group presented the play Little Red Riding Hood, by Immacula Rhodes.
|Abingdon High School Girl's Basketball Completes Historic Season||03-16-2018||
The Abingdon Girl's basketball team recently completed a successful and historic season by winning the Region D Championship and making their first ever Final Four appearance at the 3A level.
|Abingdon Elementary 5th Graders Explore Sound!||03-16-2018||
Did you hear that? Fifth graders at Abingdon Elementary explored the concept of sound and how sound is transmitted through solids, liquids, and gases. Students learned that in order for a sound to be heard, there must be a medium or form of matter to transmit the sound waves.
|High Point ElementaryThird Graders Create Museum Exhibits||03-16-2018||
High Point Elementary School third grade students are museum curators! Students created their own project designs for a museum exhibit featuring the three ancient civilizations they studied this year.
|Meadowview Elementary School Kindergarten Enjoys Moving Monday||03-15-2018||
Kindergarten students at Meadowview enjoyed Moving Monday before Spring Break.
|Senior Twins Have Holston High School Seeing Double||03-15-2018||
Holston High School has the unusual distinction of having three full twin sets and one solo member of a set in their 2018 Senior Class. These seven individuals comprise exactly 10% of the school’s graduating class. Additionally, they have displayed noteworthy leadership and drive. They are among the elite students who have set the standard in scholarship, duty, and
|Congratulations to AHS students for their achievement in World Languages||03-15-2018||
Congratulations to the following Abingdon High School students for their achievement in World Languages and their receipt of the Virginia Seal of Biliteracy in Spanish: Shawn N., Armando R., Titus D., Mac H., Sydney B., Emily D., Catherine B., Anna F., Lance W., and Kayla T.
|Damascus Middle School SCA Hosts Power Hour||03-13-2018||
On Tuesday, February 27, the Damascus Middle School Student Cooperative Association (SCA) hosted our annual Power Hour, a time for student discussion and reflection on the issue of bullying within our school community.