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Gloucester schools adopt online student data warehouse (6/30/2010) - Teachers in Gloucester County Public Schools will have a new tool at hand when they return to their classrooms this fall. Last week, school division assessment director Lora Price and…
GREA officers (6/30/2010) -
School personnel changes approved in Gloucester (6/30/2010) - The Gloucester County School Board appointed Rose Spangler of Gloucester, as a special education teacher at Botetourt Elementary School and Matthew Ebersole of Williamsburg, as a language arts teacher at…
School briefs (6/30/2010) - Christina Michelle Dick received a bachelor of science degree in mass communications from Virginia Commonwealth University during commencement ceremonies May 22. Dick had concentrated studies in strategic advertising and minor…
Parent Partnership Fair at GHS on Feb. 22 (2/20/2010) - A Parent Partnership Fair will be hosted at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, at Gloucester High School by the Gloucester Public Schools Special Education, Title I and Gifted Education Advisory…
MHS advances to state in Scholastic Bowl (2/20/2010) - While the majority of Mathews High School rang with shouts and cheers for the wrestlers competing in their regional tournament, not far away parents in another part of the school…
Mathews schools opt not to make up snow days (2/20/2010) - Other than the one day it made up earlier this week, the Mathews County School Board opted not to schedule any other make-up days as a result of inclement weather.…
Summer school is virtual for many GHS students (7/15/2010) - The summer school session underway at Gloucester High School has 86 students enrolled, but more than half of them are not showing up at the GHS campus. Instead, 49 students…
Beverage receives Outstanding Principal Award (7/15/2010) - Gloucester High School principal Layton H. "Tony" Beverage has been selected to receive the 2010 Outstanding Principal Award from the Curry School of Education Foundation. The award is presented annually…
Local students graduate from Virginia Tech (7/15/2010) - The following local graduates received degrees from Virginia Tech during commencement ceremonies May 14: Elisabeth Drechsel of Gloucester, graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics;…
4-H center in Abingdon to hold staff alumni program (7/15/2010) - The Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center in Abingdon is marking its 50th year of 4-H camping and will hold a Camp Staff Alumni Dinner at 5 p.m. on Aug. 6…
State schools lauded for response to H1N1 virus (6/25/2010) - The National School Public Relations Association awarded a Golden Achievement Award to the Virginia Department of Education in recognition of the success of the H1N1 influenza communications campaign last year…
Student spelling bee part of Market Days (6/25/2010) - Registration is open for a student spelling bee to be held at 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11, in the historic courthouse, Mathews, as part of Mathews Market Days. The…
School board approves personnel changes (6/25/2010) - The Gloucester County School Board appointed Christy Lindberg of Gloucester, to a support staff position during its meeting on June 8. The board also accepted resignations from Gloucester High School…
Gloucester-Mathews Farm Bureau awards scholarships (6/25/2010) - Kendall Bunting of Gloucester, and Dustin Taylor of Mathews, recently received $1,000 scholarships from the Gloucester-Mathews County Farm Bureau. The organization awards scholarships annually to one student in each of…
School briefs (6/25/2010) - Christopher Ivey graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University during commencement ceremonies May 21. Ivey received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and took concentrated studies in aerospace…