Nelson County Public Schools welcomed the next wave of students March 15 back to the building as the division continues to push ahead with its phased return to the classroom.
The Lynchburg City School Board will hold a special meeting Tuesday to discuss and vote on the division’s fall reopening plan.
Students in Somers Point and Upper Township will not receive a final grade for the third trimester at the end of this school year. Instead, teachers in the K-8 districts will provide feedback on how each student did during remote learning.
As college students in Virginia finish the semester with classes online, universities are giving them extra flexibility for how they’ll get credit.
As a young child taken from her home in Puerto Rico, thrust into a foreign culture and an abusive home life, Sarai Rivera-Huertas found solace in the classroom with a teacher who made a profound impact on her.
Efforts to improve the health of the James River were dealt a minor setback after record rainfalls last year led an increase in dirty stormwater runoff and a decline in oyster and shad populations.
Temperance Elementary School honor roll, second nine weeks
Monelison Middle School honor roll, first quarter
Statewide students’ scores on the 2017-18 Standards of Learning tests declined compared to the previous year, according to Virginia Department…
Tye River Elementary School honor roll, fourth nine weeks
In Dakoda Bowling’s room in his Gladstone home, several ribbons and certificates marking achievements in archery are part of his sports collection.
One month and a few days after a car wreck required both his legs to be amputated, Austin Haskins graduated eighth grade with his classmates — with the help of technology.
In what is considered the best barometer of nationwide education, Virginia public school students are above average.
Monelison Middle School honor roll, third quarter; Amherst Middle School, third quarter honor roll; Temperance Elementary School, third quarter honor roll
I was checking my daughter’s homework the other day, making sure she had completed her assignments and had turned in everything on time. I didn’t do this by sitting down with her and going over her lessons, or by rifling through her backpack looking for worksheets, which would have been harder than finding a missing sock in a landfill.