The Gloucester School Board met Tuesday night in the T.C. Walker Education Center auditorium to listen to several student/staff presentations.
The first presentation celebrated students who represented Gloucester County Public Schools in the Virginia School Boards Association Regional Art Contest. Gloucester High School student Tatum Branch won the regional art award among all high schools in the region for her artwork, “Girls Eating Cereal.” Petsworth Elementary School student Michael Conley with “Trees” and Peasley Middle School student Sara Shao with “Geometric Jelly” also represented Gloucester.
GCPS Director of Nursing Lisa Jones and Three Rivers Health District Health Educator Michelle Davis presented the “Too Good for Drugs” program. This free 10-week program would be taught by Davis and focus on drugs and bullying. Versions of the program are available for students K-12, but Jones and Davis would like to start with the eighth grade.The Too Good program also helps student...
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