Area School News
The thrift store wouldn’t be successful if it weren’t for community support.
They are Peasley Middle School and Ware Academy in Gloucester and Thomas Hunter Middle School in Mathews.
Seven young men spent the day removing kitchen cabinets, plumbing, appliances and more.
Public involvement in next year’s budget process got underway during Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
Gloucester supervisors voted by a 5-1 margin earlier this month to appropriate $114,798 to go toward the projects.
School administration offices will remain open during the relocation process.
Adult Literacy on the Middle Peninsula, Inc., has extended the registration period for the Scripps National Spelling Bee.