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Mathews Museum exhibit celebrates teachers

The Mathews Historical Museum will have its exhibit, “Celebrating Teachers, Schools & Community: Over a Hundred Years of Public Education in Mathews County,” on display throughout the year. The exhibit was first unveiled during Mathews May Faire.

“One of the important institutions was the school,” said John Caramia, chairman of the board of directors at the museum.

The exhibit features public schools in Mathews from 1900 until present day, including some information and photos from the late 19th century. The period covered by the museum spans the time of the Mathews Journal and the Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal. The new exhibit also features teachers, administrators and staff.

Approximately 30 public schools have existed in Mathews over the past century, a stark contrast compared to the three schools that remain in the county. These schools include Antioch, Battery, Beaverdam, Blakes, Bohannon, Cardinal, Cattail, Cobbs Creek, Foster, Glebe, Gwynn’s Island, Hallieford...

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