A new initiative from Microsoft will enable every VBCPS student to access Office 365 at no charge. With Office 365, your child will have access to programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and more.The software will automatically update, which means your child will be working with the latest versions of … Read more
Today, about 95 crew members and spouses of the decommissioned USS America are heading out on a reunion tour to various places in the Hampton Roads area, including Dam Neck and the Military Aviation Museum.
The first stop on this tour was Brookwood Elementary. The USS America has been a … Read more
Jenna and Jules Hand know they are in good hands, um, wings as they start their school careers at Thalia Elementary. These twin sisters are in kindergarten at the school, and were happy to meet the Thalia Eagle up close and in person during the school’s open house.
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Landstown Middle School sixth-grade social studies students participated in a Back to the Future walkabout preassessment during the first week of school. As part of the assignment, students examined artifacts and big ideas from each unit that they will be studying this year. Then, they categorized them chronologically and reflected … Read more
Each month, Superintendent Aaron Spence highlights one Compass Keeper for a special video edition of the Compass Keepers Club. The end product is then presented to the School Board during the Superintendent’s Report given at the second School Board Meeting of the month.
Jonathan Steiner, a 2014 graduate of First … Read more
A record number of high schools in Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) recently earned the Claudia Dodson VHSL Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award.
Of the 44 high schools in Virginia to be recognized, nine were from VBCPS. Those high schools are Frank W. Cox, First Colonial, Green Run, Floyd … Read more
We all know the excitement of getting ready for the first day of a new school year. Shopping for school clothes and packing a fresh backpack with brand new school supplies is a time-honored ritual for most students across the country. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case for some students … Read more
Who wouldn’t want to be a superhero? The Centerville Elementary PTA kicked off their membership drive at their annual Meet and Greet by encouraging parents to “Be A Superhero: Join PTA”.… Read more
VBCPS Superintendent Dr. Aaron Spence took the Ice Bucket Challenge today along with the staff from Three Oaks Elementary School. To see video from the challenge, visit our Facebook page!
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Caroline and Nate Foresta, with their mom, Gina, helped make the Whole Foods Market “5% Day” to benefit the Virginia Beach Education Foundation a success. The family brought some of the produce that was harvested straight from the Linkhorn Park Elementary School learning garden to sell.
“I want a bunch of people … Read more