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News Article Index
|Patrick Henry High School student creates a 3D Frog!||10-26-2015||
Devin Q., a senior student at Patrick Henry High School, has made dissecting frogs much easier! With the assistance of a 3 dimensional printer and a .STL file created and uploaded on Thingiverse, Devin printed Patrick Henry’s first frog!
|Ben Franklin Visits Greendale Elementary||10-26-2015||
Benjamin Franklin was a very smart man. He was a father and a husband. He was an inventor, a scientist, a printer, a community leader, a Patriot, and one of America’s leading fore-fathers. Mr. Franklin was well-known for his simple, but honest, motivational words.
|DMS Agriscience Class Hosts “Best of Show” Dog Show!||10-23-2015||
Mrs. Rhudy’s 8th Grade Agriscience Class at Damascus Middle School hosted a “Best of Show” dog show. Students were required to choose a breed of dog and research information about this dog. Using this information, students created informational posters about these breeds. The class invited special guest judges, Mr. Keith, Mrs. Rasnake and Dr. Ratliff to be the judges for the event.
|PHHS Senior Auditions for the VA Music Educators 2015 Honors Choir||10-22-2015||
A huge congratulations to PHHS Senior Chloe C. for successfully auditioning into the VA Music Educators 2015 Honors Choir. This honor means she will perform with the most selective high school choir in the commonwealth.
|Holston’s Danielle B. Scores 1,000TH Assist||10-21-2015||
Danielle B., a senior at Holston High School, has been a volleyball standout and an anchor for her team. As a freshman playing junior varsity, Danielle had over 200 assists. That was a sign of things to come. Danielle joined the varsity as a sophomore and led the team in assists every year.
|WCCTEC K9 Demonstration for Criminal Justice Class||10-20-2015||
On September 10, 2015 Master Deputies Tom Dula and Eric Hinchey from the Washington County Sheriff's Office visited the Criminal Justice class at the WCCTEC to demonstrate the abilities of their K9's in service.
|AES 5th Graders Join In On Cross-Country Adventure||10-20-2015||
On Friday, September 12, 2015, the Abingdon Elementary 5th graders got to “join in” on an amazing cross country journey. The 5th graders had the privilege of doing a FaceTime interview and chat with Ryan Ray. Ryan Ray was on a 3,010 mile cross country walking journey from Los Angeles, California to New York City.
|MES Kindergarten class learns more about Mexico||10-19-2015||
Mrs. McKinney's kindergarten class learned more about Mexico with a student with family from that area. On Sept 16, Mexico celebrated Independence Day. A visitor came and talked about the Mexican flag and culture.
|John S Battle Chorus Students to Participate in the Highlands Honor Choir||10-19-2015||
On, Tuesday, September 8, thirty John S Battle choral students were selected by audition to represent their high school at the first ever Highlands Honor Choir (consisting of students from all eight Washington County middle and high schools, and students from Virginia Middle and Virginia High).
|Collaboration WORKS in Washington County||10-16-2015||
The students at the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center have joined forces to create some hands-on models for the third grade students in Ms. Harris’ science class at Abingdon Elementary. In a joint project between Mr. Zier’s Carpentry class and Ms. Ruble’s Geometry class, students created and built moon phases manipulatives.