Chelsea Lambright, a 2010 graduate of Ocean Lakes High School, was selected to speak at the White House Summit and Research Forum on Improved Health and Fitness for Americans with Disabilities. The summit was held earlier this month.
Now a student at James Madison University (JMU), Lambright joined her professor, Dr. … Read more
First Colonial High School (FCHS) social studies teacher Debbie Lou Hague and Gifted Resource Specialist Missy Sullivan worked with Hague’s 2013-2014 AP Human Geography classes on the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program to help end hunger.
Leed2Feed has students work together to learn more about hunger issues in today’s society as … Read more
A big change is taking place at Indian Lakes Elementary this year. Cara Dibbs, the school’s Library Media Specialist, has turned the school announcements into an on-air news cast. The news team comprised of fourth- and fifth-graders runs a daily morning news show that is broadcast to the entire school.
New classmates Cameron Farley and Helen Murray make friends in Mrs. Flood’s second- grade classroom at Cooke Elementary School.
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The debate team coach had just had a baby, and Brandon Middle needed someone to help.
Jerry Lombardi, a sixth-grade science teacher, was asked to fill in.
“I said, ‘Sure,’” Lombardi said with a laugh. “I had debated once in high school one year…I said, ‘So, I’m going to be … Read more
Going 17,500 miles per hour, shooting through the atmosphere and boldly launching into space. For NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, that’s all just part of the job. And when this NASA astronaut visited school, this was a huge hit for students.
Kelly stopped by Alanton Elementary School to talk about his … Read more
Students in the Global Studies and World Languages Academy at Tallwood High School are traveling to Virginia Beach’s sister city, Olongapo, Philippines. There, they will stay with host families and experience their culture and customs.Two Tallwood students, Taylor Jacobson and Haley Carter, are documenting their time on this trip. Read about their travel … Read more
The Advanced Technology Center (ATC) was recognized by Virginia Living magazine as one of Virginia’s Top High Schools and Colleges in 2014.
The magazine’s brief on the ATC focused on the school’s robot-in-residence, Baxter, and its ability to teach students how to program machines and write necessary codes. VBCPS is the … Read more
A number of Virginia Beach schools took to the shore during the annual Neptune Festival to participate in the sand sculpting competition. Check out some of the great projects created by the school division’s students as well as just a few of this year’s participants.
Point O’View Elementary School represented
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On the outside, it make just look like a couple of sticks of spaghetti, some string and a delicious, fluffy treat attached to the top. However, the Marshmallow Challenge has been used in several of our schools to help show children – and staff – the importance of working together … Read more