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!
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
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
The Virginia Beach School Board is inviting all Virginia Beach community members to meet new Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) Superintendent Dr. Aaron Spence at a special reception being held Wednesday, Sept. 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Kellam High School.
The event is open to the public, … Read more
This summer, Cox High School rising sophomore Brittany Carroll was awarded one of nine gold medals given to deserving students throughout the country’s Southern Region at the annual Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America’s (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference. Carroll attended the conference with the school’s FCCLA adviser Raena Weimer, … Read more
This post was written by Jim Morris, assistant director of environmental and energy management for the school division.
For the third consecutive year, VBCPS is participating in “Battle of the Buildings,” an ENERGY STAR program that is a take off the “Biggest Loser”-type competition. The “weight” that is being measured … Read more
Maintaining reading skills over the summer for elementary school-aged children can often take a back seat to other summer activities. So to encourage ongoing summer reading among their students, Woodstock Elementary (and many other beach schools) partnered with the Virginia Beach Public Library to co-sponsor a summer reading challenge—“Paws to … Read more
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
No matter what day of the week you visit the Chesapeake Animal Services shelter or who you talk to there, Morgan Reid’s name is not only recognized, but inspires people to smile. The Kempsville High School rising senior volunteers her time here, walking dogs and cleaning cages — helping animals find … 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