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Mathews schools to provide assignments during shutdown (3/18/2020) - Mathews High School and Thomas Hunter Middle School teachers will be giving assignments to their students during the two-week shutdown that began Monday due to concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic.…
Mathews schools’ food ‘Grab and Go’ station a big hit (3/18/2020) - Mathews County Public Schools began its “Grab and Go” food station on Tuesday. The station served about 200 meals on its first day and delivered about 25 more. The Grab…
RCC switches to remote learning (3/18/2020) - Rappahannock Community College began conducting classroom instruction and student advising virtually this week, continuing at least until April 4, in response to the spread of COVID-19. Online classes will continue…
Nearly 500 take part in Educational Foundation run (3/11/2020) - The Gloucester Educational Foundation held its annual 5K/8K Walk/Run Saturday. Approximately $15,000 had been raised from foundation board members and sponsors alone, but it will take a few more days…
Spring cleaning (3/11/2020) -
Private school and day care cancellations (3/13/2020) - Gloucester Montessori School will close, beginning Monday, following Governor Northam's order that all Virginia K-12 schools will be closed for a minimum of two weeks. Ware Academy has announced on…
Gloucester schools announce planned response to COVID-19 (3/13/2020) - In a message to Gloucester County Public Schools’ families sent out Friday afternoon, superintendent Dr. Walter R. Clemons has laid out the division’s planned response to the spread of the…
Gloucester schools to close Monday to make plans; sports, other activities suspended (3/13/2020) - The Gloucester County School Board authorized a professional day Monday for all county public schools, meaning they will be closed that day to students. Administrators and teachers will attend to…
RCC RILL to offer literature discussion (3/11/2020) - The latest literature course to be offered under the sponsorship of Rappahannock Community College’s Educational Foundation, the Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning (RILL), will be “Edna O’Brien: A Literary Journey.”…
Pollard, Stone win ribbons at CBGS Science Symposium (3/11/2020) - The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School held its 17th annual Science Symposium at Virginia Commonwealth University on Saturday. During the morning sessions, 76 seniors presented their senior research projects, which were…
Thanks for the daffodils (3/11/2020) -
Peasley 8th grader places second in spelling bee (3/11/2020) - Lauren King, a Peasley Middle School eighth grader, won second place in the Virginia Media Spelling Bee that was held and taped on Feb. 15 at the WHRO studio in…
Nominations open for Camp Woods & Wildlife (3/11/2020) - Nominations are open for interested teens to take part in this summer’s Virginia Department of Forestry 2020 Camp Woods & Wildlife. The 74th annual camp will be held June 22-27…
Bland Music Competition (3/11/2020) - Winners of the Gloucester Lions Club’s 2020 Bland Music Competition were, from left, Ada Zhang, third-place instrumental; Meiling Fan, first-place instrumental; Aaron Kelly Cirillo, third-place vocals; Hailey Rae Williams, second-place…
Community hiring event at RCC (3/11/2020) - Virginia Career Works is holding a hiring event from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday at Rappahannock Community College’s Warsaw campus. This event will present approximately 25 employers and a…
Montessori School students hold successful cleanup (3/11/2020) - The elementary students at Gloucester Montessori School took advantage of some good weather on Thursday, Feb. 27, to get an early start on Clean Gloucester Day. Students collected six bags…
Dr. Seuss Day (3/11/2020) -
RCC signs transfer agreement with University of Mary Washington (3/11/2020) - Rappahannock Community College officially signed a transfer partnership agreement with the University of Mary Washington on Feb. 25 at UMW’s Dahlgren campus. The agreement was signed by RCC president Dr.…
Trailblazer (3/11/2020) -
Program designed to show youngsters fun of gardening (3/4/2020) - The Master Gardener 4-H Gardening Club will hold its “Green Wednesdays” program for youngsters ages 9-13 at the Mathews Extension office, beginning next week. The program will be held from…
African American Read-In (3/4/2020) -
GHS W.E.B. Du Bois Honor Society inducts 9 (3/4/2020) - Nine new members were inducted into Gloucester High School’s chapter of the W.E.B. Du Bois Honor Society during a ceremony on Feb. 26 at the school. Nijaliya Billups, Diya Cheema,…
Special education meeting Tuesday (3/4/2020) - A meeting on federal funds to benefit children with special education needs will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday in room A111 of the T.C. Walker Education Center. Local private…
GHS students win at regional FBLA competition (3/4/2020) - Gloucester High School students were among the winners at the 2020 Regional Future Business Leaders of American competition held Saturday at Heritage High School. William Westerkamp took first place in…
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