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News Article Index
|Dr. Lane Visits MES 3rd graders||10-06-2015||
On September 17, 2015, third grade students at Meadowview Elementary listened attentively to Dr. Joseph Lane, professor at Emory and Henry College as he presented them with information about ancient Greece. Dr. Lane intrigued students with photographs of ancient ruins displaying the culture of the early civilization and beautiful landscape of Greece.
|Damascus Middle School Sixth-Graders Perform “Just for Fun!”||10-05-2015||
As a culminating activity each six-weeks, students in Mrs. Sue Spirup’s sixth-grade Chorus Exploratory classes perform for their classmates, teachers, and parents. Typically, this performance is focused on an educational objective.
|Making History with FCA at Wallace Middle School||10-01-2015||
Wallace Middle School brought a new club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), to life for its students on August 27, 2015. Sixth grade teacher, Mrs. Brittni Haderer, and FCA representative, Steve Kinder, are excited to see the positive influences this club could have on our school.
|WES Kicks Off One School, One Book||09-30-2015||
Watauga Elementary School kicked off its 6th annual One School One Book on Monday, September 14th. Our book for this year is Frindle by Andrew Clements. It is about a fifth grader named Nick Allen who invents a new word for pen, "frindle," and gets all his friends to use the new word, to the dismay of his language arts teacher, Mrs. Granger. Our assembly began with a funny skit using made up words.
|NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING||09-29-2015||
The Washington County SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE meets four times a year. Meetings are open to the public. The advisory committee solicits viewpoints and suggestions from parents of students with disabilities and other interested persons for consideration. A meeting will be held on Tuesday October 6, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. The meeting will be held in the top floor conference room at the Annex building.
|GSMS Rebel Regiment Cadets||09-29-2015||
Several eighth grade band students at Glade Spring Middle School are taking advantage of a new opportunity this fall. With the formation of “Rebel Regiment Cadets”, a junior varsity marching band, students perform along with the Patrick Henry High School band at home football games and local parades.
|It's Fun Learning our Numbers at the Kidz Place!||09-28-2015||
Thursday, September 10th, was our first 2015-2016 Story Time Class. We are learning numbers, shapes, and colors this year. As always, we include other fun activities along the way - keep up to date by checking our calendar on our NEW and IMPROVED website http://kidzplace.wcs.k12.va.us .
|GES First Graders Study Past, Present and Future||09-28-2015||
First graders are learning about the past, present, and future. Today, we are learning about houses in the past, present, and future while having fun with a Smart Board activity.
|Valley Institute Elementary Third Graders Created Names for New Drink||09-25-2015||
Third Graders at Valley Institute have been working really hard! Students were given an assignment to create a name for a special new drink! They were then asked to design their own label for this brand new drink.
|JSBHS Student Wins Virginia State Food City Best Bagger Competition||09-24-2015||
Kayelyn H., won the Virginia State Food City Best Bagger Competition that was held at Food City on Euclid Avenue September 12. She competed against 30 other baggers across the state and will now advance to the next level in Las Vegas.