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News Article Index
|Greendale Students Perform Poetry||11-17-2014||
In honor of Red Ribbon Week, some Greendale Elementary second graders celebrated by sharing a poetry reading live on WGESnews, the morning air show. Real life superheroes Jumping Jonah C., Captain Cameron L., Green Hornet Gracie M. , and Super Savannah W. shared their version of Jellyfish Stew by Jack Pretlusky.
|First Friends At Valley Institute Complete Service Project||11-17-2014||
Ella S., Chloe J., Kylie B., Laci F., and Logan L. were busy putting their last items into the ten shoe boxes to help put a smile on a child's face at Christmas in another country. First Friends is sponsored by Guidance Counselor Ms. Anderson. They have been working since the beginning of October on this as their first service project of the year.
|Watauga Students Are Problem Solving!||11-17-2014||
Third grade students at Watauga Elementary learned problem solving, communication, and teamwork through a fun activity. Students in Mrs. Herndon's class were challenged to build a pyramid of Solo cups using nothing more than a rubberband with one string of yarn per student attached.
|First Graders Study Timelines in Social Studies Class||11-13-2014||
Greendale Elementary first graders have been studying about timelines in social studies.Each student was challenged to do a timeline about their own life and bring it to school to share with their classmates.
|Fifth Graders Love to Debate||11-13-2014||
Recently, Mr. Marcum's history classes participated in their fourth history debate of the school year. Students debated about the historical significance that explorers like Cabot, de Champlain, La Salle, and Coronado had on North America.
|Glade Spring Middle School Teachers Dig It!||11-13-2014||
On October 31st, the girls’ volleyball team faced off against the faculty at Glade Spring Middle School in a little “friendly” volleyball match.
|VIES 3rd Graders Spooky Scavenger Hunt!||11-12-2014||
Halloween was a spooky day for 3rd graders at Valley Institute. Students went on a Scavenger hunt in their spookiest costumes in search for solving the multiplication mystery!
|Meadowview Elementary First Graders Take a Step Back in Time||11-12-2014||
On October third, Meadowview’s first grade class stepped back in time to 1791. This isn't some science fiction story! They took their annual field trip to Rocky Mount Living History Museum in Piney Flats, Tennessee.
|Damascus Middle School GATE Students Make Homemade Jam!||11-12-2014||
On Wednesday, October 15, Damascus Middle School Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students made homemade blackberry, raspberry, and strawberry jams! With more than forty pairs of hands at work, sponsor Mrs. Rhonda Mossholder had to have a system for task assignments.
|John S. Battle Students Dressed up with a Beowulf theme for Halloween||11-11-2014||
Students are currently studying Beowulf in Ms. Jennifer Daniel's Dual Enrollment English 12 class. In the spirit of their study, some students dressed up with a Beowulf theme for the recent John S. Battle High School Halloween Relay for Life fundraiser.