Week in Photos June 3-9, 2019 Posted on June 7, 2019June 10, 2019 by Kaleidoscope Rosemont Elementary School staff continued to stay VBStrong all week long. Please check out the FB album of pictures from across the division. Green Run seniors came to Rosemont Elementary School and did their annual “Grad Walk”. Windsor Woods Elementary School students participated in the STEM Trifecta. The Aragona Village neighborhood Little Free Library was in disrepair due to water damage, so Old Donation School students and staff took on the task of rebuilding and restocking it. Salem Middle School teacher Casey Wightman was named Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Reading Teacher of the Year. Kempsville High School graduates who attended Arrowhead for Elementary School gathered with first graders for the annual Grad Walk. Second graders at Old Donation School work with a Breakout Box. Corporate Landing Elementary is VBStrong. Dr. James Avila, Tallwood High School Principal, presented Isaiah Carter with his State Championship Ring. Isaiah is the indoor track VHSL 6A 300 meter hurdles State Champion and one of Tallwood’s Athletes of the Year. Third graders at Linkhorn Park Elementary School completed STEM projects using the 5C’s during their Ancient Rome unit. They collaborated to make Roman aqueducts and then tested their creations. Brookwood Elementary School fifth graders Alexiah Gilliam and Peyton Stallings used block programming to pilot drones through an obstacle course. Salem Middle School’s two STEM teams swept the middle school STEM Trifecta competition. Lilly Turner, a Princess Anne Middle School seventh grader, has been selected The Dairy Alliance to be a State Ambassador for Fuel Up to Play 60. Students from Ocean Lakes ES competed at the STEM Trifecta Challenge . First grade students at Glenwood Elementary School read 614 books for the Tides Reading program – more books than the other seven Hampton Roads schools that participated. Linkhorn Park ES students prepared for SoLs by reviewing the overarching objectives for mathematics and language arts. Tell your friends! Follow us!