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News Article Index
|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.
|Spring has Sprung at High Point Elementary!||05-13-2015||
After the long, cold winter, it sure has been nice to enjoy the beautiful Spring weather and combine it with a variety of hands-on learning experiences. The Second grade students and their teachers are welcoming the Spring season by engaging in a wide array of activities.
|Congressman Griffith Visits John S. Battle High School||05-13-2015||
On March 11, 2015 Congressman Morgan Griffith took a break from his busy schedule to visit John S. Battle High School. Congressman Griffith met with a group of seniors from Mrs. Barrs’, Mrs. Davenport’s, Mrs. Daniel’s and Coach Posey’s classes. He discussed the workings of congress and what his job entails.
|GES First Graders Explore Ways to Save Natural Resources||05-13-2015||
First graders have been learning about the 3 Rs to save our natural resources. They had fun making items out of cereal boxes, wrapping paper tubes, plastic bottles, and plastic containers.
|WMS Girls on Track Club Celebrates a Ten Year Anniversary!||05-13-2015||
The National Girls on Track Program was developed by a female triathlete in order to develop character and confidence in young women. Adjustments were made to this program in order to meet the unique needs of Wallace students.
|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!