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News Article Index
|Fourth Graders at GES Practice Some Sticky Math!||03-26-2015||
Students in Mrs. Belcher's fourth grade math class are reviewing straight figures, polygons, and 3-D shapes with marshmallows and toothpicks! Each marshmallow represents a vertex point and each toothpick represents an edge.
|Valley Students Honored at Luncheon||03-26-2015||
On Monday March 9, three students from Valley Institute were honored for their exemplary writing. Fourth grade students were required to write an essay about George Washington. Only the top three papers were recognized at a special luncheon at the Martha Washington Inn in Abingdon.
|AHS Students Win Several Awards in the Artistic Excellence Competition||03-26-2015||
Abingdon High School art students recently participated in the Artistic Excellence Competition. An art reception was held in their honor on Sunday, March 14, at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, VA. Nine students from Mrs. Anderson’s art classes competed in this event.
|HPES 2nd Graders Enjoy STEM Day||03-25-2015||
Recently, the Second Grade students at High Point Elementary enjoyed a day of various STEM activities. Each classroom teacher chose a different activity for students to complete. A total of five STEM projects were done throughout the day.
|WES Students Learn Geometric Shapes Through STEM||03-25-2015||
Although spring is still just around the corner on the calendar, geodesic domes have sprung up all over third grade classrooms at Watauga Elementary Schools! WES third graders are continuing to explore and learn through STEM activities. Most recently, students were challenged to use toothpicks and gumdrops to erect geometric domes.
|Damascus Middle School Celebrates November Students of Character||03-24-2015||
The character trait recognized for the month of November at Damascus Middle School is assertiveness. Assertiveness is the ability to communicate with others in a way that is direct and honest, without being rude.
|HHS Forensics Team Fares Well in Conference Tournament||03-24-2015||
Coach Pam Atwell led her HHS Forensics Team to a solid finish at the Crooked Road Conference Tournament on February 11, 2015 at Twin Valley High School.
|Rhea Valley Elementary Builds a Reading Snowman||03-23-2015||
Do you want to build a snowman? A reading snowman, that is? The students of Rhea Valley Elementary have done just that over the course of the past several weeks.
|AHS Personal Finance Classes Recognized in W!se Financial Competition||03-23-2015||
Abingdon High School has once again been recognized for its success in teaching personal finance. On March 19, Sally Stringer of Highlands Union Bank presented Abingdon High School business teachers a banner recognizing the school’s ranking of 27th in the W!SE Top 100 Best High Schools in America for Teaching Personal Finance.
|Meadowview Elementary Students are Using Legos for S.T.E.M.||03-20-2015||
In January, Meadowview Elementary School received some special packages in the mail. Legos! Actually, 12 kits of Legos were received to be used in Mrs. Mink's 2nd grade class and Mrs. Cury's 1st grade class. Mrs. Mink and Mrs. Cury agreed to pilot the Lego Education program after attending the NCTM conference in Richmond this past fall.