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News Article Index
|Damascus Middle School Celebrates Students of the Month!||05-13-2015||
Damascus Middle School’s December/January Students of the Month were recognized for their ability to handle stress in a positive way. Most students deal with stress on a daily basis from a variety of sources, and learning to cope with that stress is very important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
|Glade Spring Middle School GATE Goes on Field Trip||05-12-2015||
On April 8-11, Glade Spring Middle School seventh and eighth grade GATE students went on an exciting field trip. They traveled to Williamsburg, Virginia where many educational and fun activities took place.
|Second Graders at WES Enjoy Special Guests||05-12-2015||
Second graders always enjoy learning about Helen Keller’s remarkable story. For the past few years students have enjoyed a presentation by Beverly and Gene Williams, grandparents of McKinzie W., a fifth grader at Watauga Elementary. While Mr. Williams has limited hearing, his wife is deaf.
|Damascus Middle School Eighth-Grade Student Wins DAR Essay Contest||05-12-2015||
Each year, the Black’s Fort Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsors an essay contest for students in grades 5-8 as a way to encourage students to expand their knowledge of American history. This year’s topic was in celebration of the 125th anniversary of Ellis Island as an immigration station, and Damascus Middle School student Marissa S. was named the eighth-grade winner for this year’s contest!
|High Point Elementary Fourth Grade Students Enjoy History!||05-12-2015||
The fourth grade students of High Point Elementary School were honored to welcome Living History Interpreters from the Jamestown/Yorktown Settlements. The children were thrilled to wear period clothing, handle historic artifacts, and role-play key figures from Virginia history.
|Abingdon High School Students Named State TSA Officers||05-11-2015||
On Saturday, May 2, four Abingdon High School students were sworn in as new state officers for the Virginia Technology Student Association. Election results for the prestigious state officers resulted in Tyler S. being elevated to Southwest Region president.
|Surprises Are Hiding Behind Door #2 at Greendale Elementary!||05-11-2015||
A “called” faculty meeting took everyone by surprise on Monday afternoon, but teachers soon found out the real reason for the gathering. Dr. Lester and Dr. Noe opened the meeting with a few comments and then the principal, Mrs. Willis, was asked to choose what was hiding behind door 1, 2, or 3. She chose door 2 and to everyone surprise, several people representing CenturyLink emerged toting two very large checks.
|Damascus Middle School FFA Chapter Wins Quiz Bowl!||05-11-2015||
The Damascus Middle School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter competed against E.B. Stanley Middle School on January 29, 2015 in the Federation FFA Quiz Bowl. The quiz bowl consists of a 50-question written test concerning all information about the FFA and then an oral round of questions.
|HPES "Mr. Lincoln, I've Been Thinking !"||05-11-2015||
The First Grade students of High Point Elementary have been thinking a lot about the USA. In preparation for their upcoming PTA performance, each classroom has been exploring important facts about some very notable people.
|WES Hosts F.R.E.D||05-08-2015||
April 20-24th Watauga Elementary School recognized fathers and reading by celebrating Fathers Read Every Day (F.R.E.D.). This promotion invited students’ fathers, grandfathers, and/or uncles to come to the classroom and read to the students.