June 16, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

HHS students challenged

BY JAMES JACENICH • STAFF WRITER MONTEREY — As children grow they are generally given more independence. In school more emphasis is placed on homework and self-planning. More...

Highland County school superintendent resigns

BY ANNE ADAMS • STAFF WRITER MONTEREY — School superintendent Dr. More...

Special Sections

Opinions & Commentary

Reward Excellence

Many of Bath County’s teachers are understandably upset by a school board pay raise plan that discounts tenure in favor of dispersing increases equally across the 30-year scale. More...

Some hard lessons learned

There are, no doubt, a number of folks involved in the Highland County school system who are breathing a sigh of relief this week. Superintendent Dr. More...

Supervisors stun school supporters

By MATTHEW CAMPAGNA • Staff Writer WARM SPRINGS — Tensions ran high between Bath County’s supervisors and school board members following actions taken and school requests ignored during Tuesday’s supervisors’ regular meeting. More...

class of 2005 readies for rest of their lives

BY JAMES JACENICH • STAFF WRITER MONTEREY — Even a football coach from U.Va. More...

Sports

HHS senior recruits U.Va. coach for commencement

BY WILL O’CONNOR • STAFF WRITER MONTEREY —What the heck? The worst thing he can do is say no. That’s what Highland High School senior Brian Gum told himself last October before e-mailing Al Groh, the University of Virginia’s head football coach. More...


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