Ware Academy eighth graders joined members of the Fairfield Foundation for an archaeological dig at Long Bridge Ordinary on Friday.
Heidi Geisz and Anna Huntley Coffey, graduate students at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science at Gloucester Point, have earned prestigious John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowships through the National Sea Grant Federal Fellows Program.
Grantland Steele, a student at Peasley Middle School, won first place in the Virginia Writers Club 2010 Golden Nib Writing Contest.
Local children are shown building imaginary houses during “Kindermusik with Ms. South,” a music program that centers on each child and their individual growth.
The Prevention Services Division of the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board will hold a 15-week “Nurturing Parenting” program for parents and their children.
The Mathews County Public School system took time Tuesday night to toot its own horn, highlighting its academic successes, showcasing student talent, and recognizing community partnerships at the school’s annual Mathews Mark of Excellence program, which was held at Mathews High School.
A Greek Feast was served to third graders at Botetourt Elementary School last week as part of their studies of ancient Greece.
For his Eagle Scout project, Trevor Nichols recruited fellow Boy Scouts, adult volunteers and some of his fellow Gloucester High School NJROTC cadets to spruce up the Walter Reed Birthplace recently.
Ware Academy has received a three-year grant from a private foundation to support its performing and fine arts programs.