More than 400 volunteers will complete the school division’s third annual Extreme School Makeover at Princess Anne High School this Saturday, Aug. 23, from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Organized in partnership with Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) and Wave City Care, volunteers will complete several beautification projects, including … Read more
Virginia Beach City Public Schools will resume its normal operating schedule Monday, Aug. 18. During the summer months, the school division operated under a four-day work week with extended hours. Monday, the school division will resume its normal school schedule with the School Administration Building open from 7:30 a.m. to … Read more
If last year was any indication, this year is going to be a busy one in the Technical and Career Education Center.
Three first-year carpentry students in Anthony Pawlowski’s carpentry class replicated an entertainment center for a Tech Center customer. Diana Torres, Sah’Danae Brinkley and Brianna Johnson used a picture of … Read more
Work has started: the House Project is back!
Students from the Technical and Career Education Center will help build this house, located at 1909 Evar Place in Virginia Beach. When it’s completed, it will be sold with all proceeds going to the Virginia Beach Education Foundation. Be sure … Read more
The US Green Building Council has announced that College Park Elementary School earned a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum certification. This official recognition makes College Park the first platinum level K-12 school in the state of Virginia.
College Park’s certification also means Virginia Beach City Public Schools … Read more
During the lunch break of the 2014 Administrators’ Conference, all the administrative teams from the school division were treated to a special runway fashion show by the mascots from the Virginia Beach high schools. Check out a few of the pictures below, but for all the mascots and other pictures … Read more
Mark your calendars!
Whole Foods Market will be hosting a “5% Day” to benefit the Virginia Beach Education Foundation Aug. 27. All funds are earmarked for grants for school gardens, where students are provided the materials to begin and care for their own garden. The funds will immediately be available … Read more
Seatack’s An Achievable Dream Academy is off to a great start in its summer sessions. Today, marked the students’ induction ceremony into the program and the Dreamers were able to showcase what they have learned so far in their summer intersession.
For more images from the program’s first weeks, … Read more
Last fall, seventh-grade life science students at Virginia Beach Middle School (VBMS) helped the city of Virginia Beach plant a new area of the Visitor Center with plants that will attract birds, butterflies, etc.
Their work is leaving a lasting impact. The plants have been used by monarchs. Several caterpillars were … Read more
Thanks to a unique collaborative partnership between the school division, Virginia Beach GrowSmart, the City of Virginia Beach and several other city organizations, first-graders in three Virginia Beach Schools: Bayside, Point O’View and White Oaks Elementary Schools will be matched up with a volunteer tutor from the community. Tutors … Read more