Based on current weather conditions, all Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) after-school activities have been cancelled for Friday, Oct. 2. This includes all previously scheduled VBCPS varsity football games. Weather permitting, these games will be played Monday, Oct. 5.
Please find the updated schedule of football games below:
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Talk about a delicious day in class. Fourth-graders at Glenwood Elementary School used Oreo cookies as a culminating activity in their study of the moon phases. Students used the Oreos to demonstrate their understanding of the different phases of the moon. Check out their work below:
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Sitting across a table in the library of Lynnhaven Middle School, Jalyn White enthusiastically runs through how she spends her time.
First off, there’s Girl Scouts.
“I love volunteering, helping people” she says. The smile across her face only widens as she talks about the work her troop has done … Read more
Recognizing that safe driving is a learned behavior and is everyone’s responsibility, the school division is partnering with the Virginia Beach Police Department (VBPD) to present the Partners for Safe Teen Driving program. The program is designed to educate parents and students about state and local laws governing new drivers as … Read more
Way to go, Stingrays!
Great Neck Middle School was one of just seven public schools in Virginia named a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. The school, which was nominated by the Virginia Department of Education, earned the honor by performing in the top 15 … Read more
The sky threatened rain on a recent afternoon while the Kempsville Middle School (KMS) girls soccer team warmed up for the day’s match. Across the field, their opponents were stretching their muscles…as well their comfort zone. That’s because the Kempsville girls’ team was getting ready to kick off against their … Read more
Governor Terry McAuliffe will be at Kellam High School this Monday, Sept. 28, for a special education roundtable event. McAuliffe will join teachers from Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Isle of Wight, Williamsburg – James City County and York County as well as State Secretary of … Read more
Second-grade students from North Landing Elementary enjoy reading to ‘Roscoe’ the Virginia Beach SPCA canine ambassador for the “Listening Ears” program. Roscoe and his loving owner, Donna Hudson, visit schools to encourage young readers to share a good book. Here are just a couple of photos from Roscoe’s visit to … Read more
Who knew a roll of tape could tell you so much about yourself? Red Mill Elementary School students showed just how much you could learn in a recent lesson. Students in Leslie Baker’s art class enjoyed using iPads, their art tables and blue painter’s tape to “Express Your-Selfie!” Artists showed … Read more
Carly Dilday, a senior at Salem High School and the Visual and Performing Arts Academy, recently won first place in the Virginia Association of Science Teachers (VAST) 2015 statewide Art Contest.
Her work will appear in the 2016 spring issue of the Science Educator. It will be also be displayed … Read more