Area School News
Cal Hones of Gloucester, has qualified to compete in the state finals of the National Geographic Bee scheduled for April 1 at Shenandoah University in Winchester.
Gloucester High School social studies teacher Stephanie Vermeire was promoted to assistant principal at GHS by the Gloucester County School Board on March 8.
Five Gloucester High School students and one team of Page Middle School students won awards for their research in the 60th annual Tidewater Regional Science Fair held Saturday at Old Dominion University.
Honor rolls announced
The Gloucester High School band program has again received top honors at the annual District VIII Band Festival.
The Mathews County School Board will meet March 16 in the Mathews High School auditorium to hear a report of the Southern Association of College and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.
Ware Academy continued its focus on fine and performing arts and wellness with a recent week-long program titled “Beyond Our Wildest Dreams.”
Baylor Towne of Onemo, daughter of Jan and Shawn Towne, will attend the Scripps National Spelling Bee for the second consecutive year.
Fourteen Mathews students and four adults won blue ribbons for their artwork and crafts at the Virginia State Conference of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in Richmond.