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Schools & Sports for Jan. 21

With winter break behind us our Rapp Sports teams are back in action, with most teams approaching or passing the midpoint of their regular seasons.
Schools’ iffy phone system is back online

It looks like for now the phones are working again at the Rappahannock County Public Schools. Fingers crossed that there will be no more dead lines, no more after-hours greetings heard by callers in the middle of the day and…
Letter: A Superstar thank-you!

The Class of 2020 at Rappahannock County High School would like to thank everyone who came out to watch the Harlem Superstars play against our team of faculty and students. It was a great fundraiser. We would also like to…
There they are . . .

After last week’s Mr. Rappahannock Contest at Rappahannock County High School, an annual good-natured fundraiser for the senior prom, the last men standing were 10th grader Trusten Murrah, the student winner, and science teacher Dave Naser, the faculty’s man.

Varsity football leads the headlines this week with a victory — their first — over Massanutten Military Academy last Friday night at Panther Stadium. Successes for the band, cross country teams and volleyball, plus WCDS' athletes of the month.
Good decision

Rappahannock County High School’s chapter of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) promotes awareness with Red Ribbon Week at the school and in the community, and a slogan and poster contest.