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News Article Index
|Damascus Middle School Students Compete in Dramatic Reading||01-30-2015||
Damascus Middle School 4-H members recently competed in the Dramatic Reading contest, in which they performed a short reading from their choice of literature. They were awarded points in each of the following areas: introduction of the piece, tone and emphasis, speed and rhythm, facial expression, and body language.
|Meadowview Elementary First Graders are Saving Turkeys||01-29-2015||
Meadowview first grade students from Mrs. Cole’s class were given the task of disguising their Thanksgiving turkey to save his/her life. The students took the challenge and turned turkeys into Christmas trees, basketball pigs, hunters dressed in camo, a peacock and even Santa. Many creative materials were used.
|First Graders at Greendale Elementary Enjoy a Pajama Party!||01-28-2015||
First graders at Greendale enjoyed our Christmas Celebration on Monday, December 15, 2014 with pizza and a movie. Everyone enjoyed a delicious cheese pizza from Pizza Inn and we topped it off with chocolate chip dessert pizza….yum!!
|John S. Battle Percussionist Joins Elite Marching Group||01-28-2015||
This past November, Jesse H., a senior band member at John S. Battle High School was officially announced as a member of the 2015 All-American Army Marching Band. Members of the student body, dignitaries, family members and the press attended the special event held in the school auditorium.
|Damascus Middle School SCA Provides Delicious Breakfast!||01-27-2015||
The Student Council at Damascus Middle School, under the leadership of club sponsors Mrs. Lisa Blackburn and Mrs. Amy Caywood, recognized American Education Week by providing breakfast for faculty and staff members on Wednesday, November 19. This was a great way to start the day!
|Multi-School Experiential Education at the Channels||01-27-2015||
On October 24 and 25, students from Patrick Henry HS and Holston HS joined Abingdon HS AT2 on a weekend excursion to the Great Channels of Virginia. The group arrived on Friday afternoon in time to set up camp, start the fire, and cook dinner before lights out.
|Washington County Schools Hold Division-wide Spelling Bee||01-26-2015||
On Tuesday, January 20, 2015 spelling bee winners from the seven elementary schools competed in the annual elementary school spelling bee. School representatives were: Gavin M. (Abingdon Elementary), Jana L. (Greendale Elementary), Ryan M. (High Point Elementary), Ryan W. (Meadowview Elementary), Nathan C. (Rhea Valley Elementary), Colby K. (Valley Institute Elementary), and Jamie L. (Watauga Elementary). The spelling bee was held at Watauga Elementary School.
|High Point Elementary Pre-K Students Learn About Letters!||01-26-2015||
Preschoolers at High Point Elementary learned about the letter X. As we all know, X marks the spot on a pirate treasure map, so our theme was pirates. As part of their study on pirates, the students learned about maps and telescopes. The children learned that different maps can show us different information.
|ASVAB Offered to Washington County High School Students||01-23-2015||
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) will be given at the Washington County Career and Technical Center on Friday February 6, 2015. The test will begin promptly at 12:30 and run until 3:15. Interested high school students in grades 10 through 12 are eligible to take the test.
|Robotics Workshops at Greendale Elementary||01-23-2015||
4th & 5th graders (and their families) at Greendale participated in our first of many Robotics Workshops on Friday, January 2, 2015. The students enjoyed hands-on experience with buckets of LEGOS and real robots. We started the workshop explaining what type of LEGO Mindstorm NXT brick we will be using for the workshops.