November 8, 2012 RSS feed / Schools

Schools begin capital improvement planning

HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County School Board is considering a list of 15 possible capital improvement items for 2013-18.  Superintendent Sue Hirsh presented the list to the board Tuesday, and said the list reflected discussions with principa More...

Highland schools dip into make-up days

MONTEREY — Highland High School principal April Goff noted missed days due at Highland County Public Schools due to inclement weather are made up as follows, according to the school year calendar, in the following order:  1. More...

Agenda

Bath County Board of Supervisors Fairview Community Center, Millboro Tuesday, Nov. 13 – 7 p.m.   More...

Academic Honors

WAYNESBORO — Kylie Armstrong, daughter of Kevin and Gail Armstrong of Waynesboro, has been accepted to the nursing program at James Madison University.  Armstrong is an honor student graduate of Fort Defiance High School Class of 2011.&nbs More...

Bath graduation rates exceed state average

HOT SPRINGS — Graduation rates for Bath County High School exceed state averages and meet requirements for accreditation, but fail to meet federal guidelines.  More...

Manion wins Millboro school board seat

WARM SPRINGS — William K. “Bill” Manion won a special election to fill an unexpired term on the Bath County School Board from Millboro District Tuesday.  Manion received 292 votes while write-in candidates received 149. More...

In brief ...

Bath County School Board   More...

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Cynthia Marie Riley of Millboro, a student in the Dabney S. More...


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