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The end and the beginning Last Saturday (Nov. 14) at Great Meadow, Rappahannock County High School senior Julia Wood finished first — for the third consecutive year — to become the Division 1A Cross Country State Champion. Two days before…
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…
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.
Well, the popularity contest (election) is over and it seems the most popular candidates prevailed! Just goes to show that doing your job correctly and effectively makes you very popular with the voters; Congratulations! Those that ran unopposed were cheated…
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.
Between the Panther Marching Band, the girls and boys cross country teams and both the JV and varsity volleyball teams, the trophy case in the RCHS gym will soon be considerably more crowded.
Rappahannock County’s cross-country teams pose for a group portrait after the Region 1A East Championships.
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.
Next week (Oct. 26-30), Rappahannock County High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) partners with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for a Red Ribbon Week at the high school.
Teachers and administrators from the Rappahannock County Public Schools reported on the progress of various programs at the board’s regular meeting Oct. 13.
A look at civic engagement and community service at RCHS, and an update on Rapp's undefeated volleyball Panthers and cross-country district champs.
Eric Tollefson is right about the importance of looking at the record of those who seek higher Rappahannock County office, and I agree with former RCPS superintendent David Gangel that a school board is often the first step toward a…
The latest sports and school news in Rappahannock County.
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.