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Curtis students experience real encounters with stunt riders

Real Encounter Outreach Program visited Curtis Elementary on November 12. The students of Curtis Elementary were entertained by the talented group of BMX Riders, “Real Encounter Outreach” which many of you may have seen on America’s Got Talent.

Thomas Dale, Fit4Kids build Learning Garden in courtyard

Thomas Dale High School is pioneering a new way of learning while getting healthy but many might say, the 106-year-old school is returning to its beginnings when it was called Chester Agricultural High School and taught basic skills of farming and home economics.

Eagle Scout project creates veterans memorial garden

Just ahead of Veterans Day, the new Honor Memorial Garden in front of the Lloyd C. Bird High School was dedicated in the presence of the mothers of the three former students who lost their lives while serving their country.

Patels support MHS student success

Meadowbrook High School’s Success Program students were recently recognized for their success in the classroom, SOLs and in the community.

Specialty Center presents Annie

There is a lot of movement and lots of sounds around the Thomas Dale High School premises during after-school-hours. Sounds of hammers and other tools, singing voices, musical instruments, and voices reciting their text lines are audible everywhere.

Dr. Keith T. Miller steps down as VSU President

Virginia State University President Keith T. Miller announced that, effective Dec. 31, 2014, he will step down as President, but will retain his status as a tenured faculty member.

Matoaca PTA launches fundraising shoe drive to support microenterprise around the world

Matoaca Middle School PTA is conducting a shoe collection drive now through November 15, 2014 to raise funds for student activities, necessities, etc. while benefiting microenterprise ventures in developing nations and keeping old shoes out of local landfills.

Curtis students immersed in technology at Math and Science Center

Over 250 third- and fourth-grade students from Curtis Elementary visited the Math Science Innovation Center in Richmond a couple of weeks ago. Two classes, one from each grade level, visited the center over a five-day period.