Area School News
Gloucester County Public Schools placed second in its division in the Virginia School Boards Association’s Go Green Challenge.
Eighty-five sixth graders at Thomas Hunter Middle School learned how to tie sailing knots and identify fish, among other activities, on Friday, Nov. 19 at the school’s third annual Chesapeake Bay Day.
The Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board will be holding a 15-week educational series in Mathews County for parents and their children, ages 5-11.
The Gloucester School Board voted on Tuesday, Nov. 9 to send a request to county supervisors for three additional appropriations totaling over $800,000.
Rappahannock Community College is in the process of expanding its dual enrollment offerings.
Gloucester County Public Schools recently completed its 2010 United Way Campaign.
The Epsilon Eta chapter of the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority will be honoring teachers who have been “Pioneers in Education” Sunday.
Brooke Prentice, daughter of Tom and Belinda Prentice of Mathews, will represent the county while competing for the title of National American Miss Pre-Teen over Thanksgiving week in Anaheim, Calif.
The Mathews High School Robotics team is looking for a volunteer proficient in computer programming.