Week in Photos: November 12-16, 2018

Larkspur Middle School students use the library’s new gaming station to challenge each other to chess competitions. This game ended dramatically as king went against king for the final play.
Left to right: Seth Burnham (game referee), Carlos Salas, and Ivan Juan (the winner of this match)


This gate leads into the heart of Cox High School’s new Falcon “Wing”.


Students at Kempsville Middle School got a lesson in forensic science. They learned how to collect evidence, differentiated between fact and opinion, compared DNA and fingerprint samples, and used all of that information to solve a “murder mystery” in the KMS Library.


Woodstock Elementary teachers celebrate Kindness Day.


Third-grade teacher Aimee Clark helped Edwin Jiang lace up his skates during Rosemont Elementary School’s PTA Skate Night.


Green Run Elementary fourth-graders Naquan Hayes, Isabella Lucero, Kaiden Sims, Marquel Johnson, and Marcus Bell work on a science experiment with their teacher Jami Docs while in the school’s new learning lab.


Ryan Hewitt, a second-grader at Providence Elementary, explores math by using mirrors to see if a shape has a line of symmetry.


A Navy service member spoke to art students at Old Donation School, inspiring students to create and submit work for the Art of the Military Child art show. For more information about the contest, click here.


Dual-Enrollment English students from Cox High School received their Tidewater Community College badges, giving them access to TCC campus resources.


Rosemont Elementary second-graders enjoyed a special presentation from MOCA (The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art) called Globe Trotters, which teaches map skills that center around SOL objectives.


Students at Brandon Middle School had a sorting ceremony, butter-beer (non-alcoholic!), Hagrid’s rock cakes, wand work practice, music, and games during Hogwarts Pop-Up class.


Casey Hicks poses with some of her Cooke Elementary fourth-grade students on Sports Attire Day.


Lynnhaven Elementary second-grade students Riley Woolwine and Charity Lowe are all smiles after using the Dash robot to identify plane and solid figures.


Lynnhaven Elementary third-grade students Hermirera Granberry, Kyle Merchant and Riley Williams collaborated to solve a simple machine.


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