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News Article Index
|High Point Elementary Robotics Club!||05-15-2015||
High Point Elementary is starting a Robotics Club for 4th and 5th grade students. The students are learning computer programming and robotics.
|MES P.E. Program for P.T.A.||05-15-2015||
Our kindergarten stars shined very bright as they paraded into the gymnasium waving and smiling looking for their family and friends and giving the viewers the perfect opportunity for pictures and loud cheers. Following the parade the kindergarteners showed the spectators the bunny hop dance.
|WES Second Graders Visit Rocky Mount||05-15-2015||
Second graders at Watauga Elementary School visited Rocky Mount Museum in Piney Flatts, Tennessee to learn about life in the late 1700s.
|The GES Choir Wins Big||05-15-2015||
The Greendale Choir, under the direction of Mr. Bradley A. Fore, traveled to Pigeon Forge, TN for their second annual participation in the Music in the Parks choral festival and adjudication on Saturday, May 9. The fifty-member choir arrived at Greendale early that morning, excited to begin their trip.
|Damascus Middle School Sixth-Graders Play the Stock Market Game!||05-15-2015||
After studying the Stock Market Crash of 1929, students in Mr. Joe Preston’s social studies classes at Damascus Middle School played the stock market themselves! To play, students were given $100,000 to invest in ten stocks which they felt would rise in price over the next six weeks.
|High Point Elementary School Preschool Students are Scientists!||05-14-2015||
Preschool students at High Point Elementary put their scientific knowledge to work by making potions during science. Each student was given an empty cup, a pipette, and lots of different “mystery” ingredients. Also, as any good scientist would do, the students had to wear safety goggles before performing the experiment.
|John S. Battle Bleachers Take on a New Face||05-14-2015||
The John S. Battle Agriculture class taught by Mr. Jesse Morris has been busy taking orders and constructing projects from the reclaimed wood of the old bleachers that were recently removed from the gym. The classes have designed several creations that will be displayed around the school.
|Greendale Elementary Fourth Graders are History Writers!||05-14-2015||
Recently, all Washington County fourth grade students were asked to participate in two special writing assignments. The first,” What the Flag of the United States Means to Me,” asked the students how they felt about their country’s flag and some etiquette to go along with it. They were asked to include facts and history about the flag as well.
|Glade Spring Middle School Says, “Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto”||05-14-2015||
Mr. Parkis Kennedy, Technology teacher at Glade Spring Middle School got a shocking but pleasant surprise this week. Mr. Kennedy had applied for a CenturyLink grant for $499 for a project entitled Robotics Improvement. The grant money was requested to expand the Robotics module which is one of several learning modules or workstations in the Technology Lab.
|DMS Student Demonstrates Her “Horse Sense” in Hippology Contest!||05-14-2015||
On Saturday, February 28, Damascus Middle School sixth-grader Kay Leigh H. competed in the Southwest District 4-H Hippology Contest at the Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center in Abingdon and came away with two first-place trophies! Hippology is the study of Horses, and this is something Kay Leigh has done with a passion since she was very young.