Students in Marlene Moore’s fifth grade class at Thomas Hunter Middle School played chess recently with Superintendent of Schools Dr. David Holleran.
Four Gloucester High School students were the top winners in the Career and Workplace Skills Readiness Video Contest.
A new set of agreements were recently signed by administrators of Rappahannock Community College and Old Dominion University.
To recognize Arbor Day, which is Friday, members of the Virginia Department of Forestry and the Tidewater Soil and Water Conservation District are talking to Gloucester County Public School third graders this week about tree planting.
GHS Latin students received the medals and certificates they earned with their scores on the National Latin Exam during a reception at the school.
Nursing students at Rappahannock Community College helped organize an American Red Cross bloodmobile last Thursday at the school’s Glenns campus.
Charles A. “Chuck” Wagner of Williamsburg, was appointed assistant superintendent for instruction for Gloucester County Public Schools by the Gloucester School Board during at its April 13 meeting.