In honor of local foods week, RCPS cafeteria staff, who serve a thousand breakfasts and two thousand lunches every week, prepared some special meals for students, and dressed the part, too.
This week's school and sports news.
The week's school and sports news.
On behalf of Headwaters and the children participating in the After-School Enrichment Program, I would like to thank Cliff Miller IV for his donation of the use of the Schoolhouse Nine golf course. Eight students, fifth- through seventh-graders, board a…
Wakefield Country Day School’s Chris O’Heir fights for possession in a JV boys soccer contest at home against the Patriots of Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy last week. A goal by Porter Gilliam with 3:38 left broke a tie and gave…
The school board at its regular monthly meeting Sept. 8 heard reports of the school system’s first 21 days in session and it was mostly good news.
RCHS' PRIDE program takes the fight out of bullying, and a WCDS sports update.
A few photos from the Headwaters Foundation' s 11th annual Taste of Rappahannock benefit dinner and auction.
Rappahannock County Public Schools has forged an agreement with Valley Health/Warren Memorial Hospital to provide the county schools with a part-time athletics trainer.
Child Care and Learning Center Afterschool Enrichment program students study the veins of a paulownia tree leaf with some help from technology (and a grant from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative).
After encouragement from former students and their parents, past and present educators and friends, I have decided to declare my write-in candidacy and willingness to serve as Hampton district representative to the Rappahannock County School Board. With 16-plus years teaching…
Spotlight on bullying prevention at RCES; Sperryville resident graduates from Wheaton College; Rappahannock's new JMU freshmen.
Headwaters chooses Kevin Brandriff as its new executive director, Rappahannock Elementary focuses on safety, and WCDS adds a new member to its early education team.
This fall, Gid Brown Hollow resident Harper Van Ness will be attending Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
Developing 21st-century learning skills at RCPS, music lessons for all, and college honors for area residents.
Good news about accreditation, graduation rates, new teacher orientation and other successes marked the Rappahannock County School Board’s meeting Tuesday (Aug.11), a meeting held a day after students returned to the schools for the 2015-2016 academic year.