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If you live in Washington County, Virginia, and have a child who will be four years of age by September 30, 2015, your child may qualify for enrollment in the school division's PRESCHOOL PROGRAM for the 2015-2016 school year.
|MES First Graders Cooperate and Communicate to Build the Tallest Tower||02-11-2015||
Meadowview First Graders got to experience the life of an engineer during science class. They used marshmallows and toothpicks to create solid figures like the ones they were studying in math class.
|JSBHS Students Receive Scholarship to National League of Junior Cotillion||02-11-2015||
Austin W. and Cameron P. were selected as the recipients of a scholarship toattend the local chapter of National League of Junior Cotillion, which is owned by Mrs. Kacey Buchanan. The High School Cotillion Club is a licensed program of NLJC designed specifically for high school students.
|Rainbow of Learning||02-10-2015||
High Point preschoolers are excited about their rainbow of learning and working as a community to fill their pot of gold. Every color of the rainbow represents an area of learning. Purple is color identification, blue is shapes identification, green is capital letter recognition, yellow is number recognition, orange is lowercase letter recognition, and red is letter sounds.
|Holston Cross Country Team Hits its Stride||02-10-2015||
After a few seasons of rebuilding, Coach Sammy Campbell and his Cross Country Team at Holston High School hit their stride in the 2014 season. The team acquitted itself well throughout the season, but the members turned in their best performances at the district finals meet at the William Harris Park in Council, Virginia.
|Damascus Middle School Students Expand Their Science Knowledge||02-09-2015||
On Friday, November 21, sixth-grade students from Damascus Middle School left the school, but they did not leave learning behind. The girls spent the day at the Higher Education Center in Abingdon involved in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Conference, where they learned about robotics, engineering, and DNA extraction, among other topics.
|Wallace Middle School GATE Program Hosts Science Fair||02-09-2015||
The Wallace Middle School GATE program hosted its annual science fair on Monday, January 26. Forty-four participants from sixth, seventh, and eighth grades displayed 38 projects in the school auditorium. The projects were judged by a team of 3 judges.
|Abingdon Elementary and The Great Kindness Challenge||02-06-2015||
Abingdon Elementary students proudly participated in The Great Kindness Challenge beginning January 26-30, 2015. The Great Kindness Challenge is a positive, proactive bullying prevention initiative, reaching millions of students during the last full week of January every year.
|Greendale Elementary 2014 Spelling Bee||02-05-2015||
Greendale Elementary held their annual spelling bee competition on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 1:00. Casey Goetz, weekend sports anchor and reporter for WCYB News 5 crew, was the pronouncer for this year’s competition. Individual classroom winners in grades first through fifth came together on stage to participate in the school-wide bee.
|Watauga Elementary Second Graders Enjoy a Visit from Trooper J. B. Barlow||02-04-2015||
As a culminating activity to the story, “Officer Buckle and Gloria”, second graders at Watauga Elementary recently received a surprise visit from State Trooper J. B. Barlow. Kim Barlow, a long-term substitute in second grade, knew students would enjoy a visit from her husband, a “real” police officer. After reading “Officer Buckle and Gloria” to the students, Trooper Barlow talked to the students about their perceptions of police officers.