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News Article Index
|Reading is Everywhere at Greendale Elementary||11-07-2014||
“Read Aloud to a Child Week” was a huge success at GES! We had guest readers from all over our local area. Sheriff Newman, Dr. Wallace and Dr. Ratliff from the school board office started the week off with fun books for each grade level.
|Damascus Middle School Spanish Students Explore Picasso’s Art!||11-06-2014||
Students in Ms. Dalia Obregon’s seventh-grade Spanish Exploratory class recently colored a beautiful mural based on a compilation of some of the best artwork done by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
|Meadowview Elementary Fifth Graders Travel the World!||11-06-2014||
Meadowview Elementary fifth graders are taking imaginary trips around the world! They are doing this to learn about atlases. The students started by picking a location and doing research on their choice destination. They were able to use iPads, atlases and encyclopedias.
|WES First Grade KidBloggers!||11-06-2014||
First graders at Watauga Elementary have embarked into the world of digital writing. Each first grade classroom has a blog on the educational site, Kidblog. Students can log in and respond to writing prompts from their teacher.
|John S. Battle Hosts Fourth Annual Field of Faith||11-05-2014||
On Wednesday 8 October, John S. Battle High School hosted the fourth annual Fields of Faith at Battle Field. Fields of Faith is an FCA sponsored event with students and coaches from around the local area sharing their testimonies and encouraging the community with the Gospel message.
|Preschoolers Learn About Fire Safety!||11-05-2014||
As part of Fire Prevention Month, preschool students at High Point Elementary School learned about fire safety. The students spent a day in the classroom learning about the importance of smoke detectors in the home and how to safely get out of a burning building.
|Fourth Grade Greendale Elementary Students Mine for “Coal”||11-05-2014||
To wrap the unit in Natural Resources, Mrs. Kiser’s classes at Greendale Elementary were given the opportunity to mine for coal. Using two types of chocolate chip cookies and toothpicks, the students were able to mine for coal and see how easy or difficult the mining industry can be.
|Damascus Middle School Students Show Their School Spirit!||11-04-2014||
The week of October 6-10 was a celebration of Homecoming spirit at Damascus Middle School! Tying in with Holston High School’s theme of “There’s No Place Like Homecoming,” students celebrated with dress-up days throughout the week.
|Reading Pays Off!||11-04-2014||
Second Grade students at High Point Elementary have been "Busy Bees" with reading this year! In fact, the grade level total is already close to 12,000,000 words!
|Abingdon High School sees a Dream Come True||11-04-2014||
Abingdon High School Falcons celebrate the shared vision, communal support, and the eventual reality of The Panicello Memorial Trail.