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News Article Index
|GSMS Poets Are Published||05-23-2016||
Glade Spring Middle School is proud to announce that several of Mrs. Tolliver’s 7th English students were chosen to be published in the annual Creative Communications poetry anthology. Students spent several weeks studying different types of poetry and writing original examples of each.
|C.T.E. Students Compete at State Competition and Tour Capital||05-20-2016||
|GSMS: Whodunit? A Sixth Grade Mystery||05-20-2016||
The end of a school year can be boring and stressful with testing and end of year blahs. But not at Glade Spring Middle School, where students have been busy solving a mystery based on the game of CLUE! Mrs. Mink set the stage for a murder mystery in her classroom complete with clues, props, and of course writing opportunities.
|School Nutrition Programs Announcement||05-18-2016||
It is hard to believe that another school year is coming to an end. Thank you for choosing us to serve your child/children breakfast and lunch We greatly appreciate each of you and your business.
|Damascus Middle School Teacher is a Hero||05-18-2016||
In January, the Mountain Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross asked for nominations for “local heroes who have saved someone else’s life, performed an act of courage or offered a valuable service to the community.” Damascus Middle School teacher Mrs. Donna Musick thought immediately of her colleague Mr. Joe Preston, for the valuable service he has provided to his history students for the past sixteen years.
|All Four County High Schools Have Band Students Sign with Emory & Henry||05-18-2016||
This Spring we are excited to announce that Washington County Public Schools have students from all four high schools receiving scholarships to perform with the Emory & Henry College Marching Band for the fall of 2016. The students were honored at individual scholarship signing ceremonies.
|JSBHS Key Club Campus Clean-Up||05-17-2016||
The 2015-2016 John S. Battle Key Club participated in its annual campus clean up at JSB on May 7th, 2016. The Key Club sponsors a section of Lee Highway surrounding the campus.
|VIES WINS HISTORY BOWL||05-17-2016||
This year the annual 4-H History Bowl was held for the first time at the Higher Education Center and streamed live over the Internet. The competition was fierce, but in the end Valley students Emily C., Raina M., Leanna Mc., and Jacey P. went undefeated!
|PHHS Student Wins Bristol Music Club Scholarship Competition||05-13-2016||
Tenth-grade PHHS student Thomas O. recently took first prize in his category at the annual Bristol Music Club scholarship competition. On Saturday, May 7, Thomas competed with other 10-12 grade musicians who competed with diverse vocal and instrumental performances.
|Cody C. Second at State SkillsUSA Telecommunications Cabling Competition||05-13-2016||
Cody C., a senior at the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center and a first year CISCO Networking Academy student, placed second in Telecommunications Cabling at the Virginia SkillsUSA State Leadership Conference and Skills Championships held April 16th in Fredericksburg, Virginia.