Week in Photos: November 5-9, 2018

Students and Teachers at Red Mill Elementary welcomed several family members of the military to a special breakfast on Remember Everyone Deployed day.  Please see our FB photo album and our YouTube video to see all the wonderful R.E.D. pictures from across VBCPS.


Hermitage Elementary first-grade buddy readers Liam Harper and Tristan Sheik enjoyed sharing reading time together.


Lynnhaven Elementary Kindergarten student Abygail Krampton used Educreations to draw a picture of a stuffed animal that she lost.


Elaina Rafalski and Somer Sanders read together in Shannon Manning’s class at King’s Grant Elementary School.


Lynnhaven Elementary first-grade students Lauryn White and Jayden An collaborated on a challenge to make a spiderweb that could hold at least five spiders.


Beth Kelly’s third-grade classroom at Woodstock Elementary was transformed into an operating room as students performed surgery on non-fiction texts.


Andrew Cronin’s 8th-grade class at Salem Middle School enjoyed a “Book Tasting” at the library.


Lily Cannuli and Kennedy Armstrong stood by to collect pennies for the first day of Christopher Farms’ Coin Wars, a SCA event to benefit The United Way.


Sophia Fisher was one of Old Donation School’s students recognized for “Diligence,” October’s Citizenship tenet. She’s pictured with Angela German, Library Media Specialist.


ALC English Language Acquisition (ELA) students painted joy rocks with hopeful messages and composed letters of thanks for our veterans which were delivered to local veteran centers.


The Kempsville High School boys and girls volleyball teams raised $700 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month during their “Dig Pink Volleyball Game.” Donations will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


Tallwood High School faculty and staff showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness with a “Pink Out” day.
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