Staff and students in Bedford County Public Schools will not be required to wear masks in school facilities for the upcoming year.
Bedford County Public Schools won't implement the Virginia Department of Education's model policies regarding the treatment of transgender students.
The school division is accepting input from the public on shaping policies involving masks. A link to the survey is in this article.
As projections show enrollment in Nelson County Public Schools will continue to decline in the near future, school officials are eager to see …
Bedford County Public Schools announced Wednesday it is adjusting its school day for the upcoming school year.
Campbell County Public Schools officials weighed in Monday on two current topics, saying the school division is not teaching critical race theory, and also saying the division doesn't plan to change its current policies regarding transgender students.
As part of a statewide effort to study where residents are most at risk during extreme heat, faculty and students with three local colleges ar…
Nelson County Public Schools has announced Tonya Cook Carter will serve as the new principal for Tye River Elementary School, effective July 1…
Superintendent Marc Bergin recognized three directors, five supervisors, five principals and four assistant principals who will assume these new roles ahead of the upcoming school year.
Critical race theory is not being taught in Bedford County Public Schools, division officials said Thursday.
Two historic Bedford schools are included with seven other Virginia locations recently added to the Virginia Landmarks Register through the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. The schools' designation particularly contributes to recognition and education of Black history in the Bedford area.
Faced with inflating costs, Nelson County Public Schools officials are looking at higher-than-anticipated price tags for several ongoing capit…
Garrison Keillor’s weekly assertion on “A Prairie Home Companion” that all the children living in the fictional Lake Wobegon were "above average" was a gentle poke at American parents’ belief that all their offspring are special. It was not meant to be a blueprint for school systems in the real world.
Bedford County Public Schools' new superintendent, Marc Bergin, wants to connect with the county's stakeholders, and he's starting by talking with them face-to-face.
Bedford County Public Schools is struggling to recruit and retain bus drivers, and administrators are getting creative with ideas for how to address the shortage.
Bedford County Public Schools' summer school program will run twice as many weeks and twice as many hours per day compared to years past, offi…
After an unusual school year with remote and hybrid learning, school divisions in the Lynchburg area are gearing up for robust summer school opportunities – with record-level enrollment.
AMHERST — There was standing room only Tuesday night as more than 70 Amherst County residents piled into the joint committee meeting between the Board of Supervisors and school board to share their thoughts on an equity lesson that is being taught in the county's secondary schools.
Nelson County Public Schools currently is facing a bus driver shortage, a problem that has been made worse by retirements and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Together, Lynchburg City Schools and public schools in the counties of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell and Nelson have reported 1,028 positive cases of COVID-19 since their school years began.
Katlin Berry, a Nelson Middle School English teacher, was named the Nelson County Public Schools Division Teacher of the Year for the 2021-22 school year for her dedication and contributions both in and outside the classroom.
With venue capacity restrictions and COVID-19 mitigation measures set to be lifted by Gov. Ralph Northam on Friday, some area school divisions are removing the ticket requirement for their upcoming high school graduations.
Together, Lynchburg City Schools and public schools in the counties of Amherst, Bedford, Campbell and Nelson have reported 1,024 positive cases of COVID-19 since their school years began.
For the seniors of Nelson County High School, the 2020-2021 school year has been one to remember, but not for the typical milestones people often associate with the final entry in students' secondary education.