The Week in Photos: Summer 2017

The school division’s summer break for students began June 16; however, work continues throughout Virginia Beach City Public Schools. Visit this “Week in Photos” post during July and August to see photos of summer programs, special events, professional learning activities, behind-the-scenes work, back-to-school preparations and more. July 19, Summer Outreach: At Diamond Springs Elementary School, students participating in the summer Read More…

The Week in Photos: June 10-17

The Advanced Technology Center hosted its annual Partnership Breakfast June 14 with the theme, “It All Starts Here at the ATC.” Approximately 80 business partners, mentors, staff and students attended to celebrate student achievements, mentoring, partnership activities and more. Bayside High School kicked off VBCPS graduation week with the first ceremony June 13.  View more Read More…

The Week in Photos: June 3-9

Staff members from the Special Education Annex formed a Relay for Life Team, Daisy’s Diamonds, and participated in a regional overnight Relay for Life event held at Chesapeake City Park from 7 p.m. Friday, June 2 to 7 a.m. Saturday, June 3. The team is closing in on its goal of raising $5,000. Virginia Beach Read More…

The Week in Photos: May 20-June 2

Tallwood High School students Adrian Beasley, Tyrese Culter, Christopher Herriott and Demetruis Johnson were among those who attended the 200+ Scholars Breakfast May 20. The annual event, hosted by the Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men, honors African American male honor students graduating from Hampton Roads public and private high schools who have earned GPA’s of 3.0 Read More…

The Week in Photos: May 13-19

White Oaks Elementary staff held a pep rally Monday, May 15, to get the students excited about the upcoming SOL tests. Trantwood Elementary kicked off SOL season with a parade featuring student musicians from Cox High School. North Landing Elementary kindergarten, first- and second-graders lined the hallways with encouraging posters and chants of, “Rock the test!” for Read More…

The Week in Photos: May 6-12

Students in Landstown High School’s Techology Student Association (TSA) earned multiple awards at a TSA state competition May 6-7. Congratulations to: Savannah Bennison, Matthew Ouellette, Ayinde Bradford, Manuel Resurreccion, Austin Fullwood, Sarah Snipes, Caden Savage, Nick Iaquinto, Tyrone Boyce, Jordan Tran, Jack Troxell and Cole Reibel. Landstown’s TSA sponsors are Dr. Barger and Mrs. Renne. Read More…

The Week in Photos: April 29-May 5

The administrative team at the Advanced Technology Center kicked off Teacher Appreciation Week by delivering Krispy Kreme doughnuts and coffee to staff members. “We love our Advanced Technology Center teachers! They are the best!” Superintendent Aaron Spence kicked off a week of surprise giveaways from the Great Dreams Need Great Teachers campaign with a visit to Green Read More…

The Week in Photos: April 22-28

Student athletes and coaches from every high school were honored at the Virginia Beach Sports Club 64th Annual Jamboree Monday, April 24. From Tallwood High School (left to right), Brian Brennan, John Kepple, Theresa Platte and Erin Weible were all recognized. Hermitage Elementary School safety patrol Ariana Seibel Guerrero participated in the AAA Safety Patrol Harlem Globetrotters Read More…

The Week in Photos: April 1-7

Student teams from the Advanced Technology Center won first place in seven competitions at the Great Computer Challenge April 1. Read more about the results here. The Virginia Beach Education Foundation hosted its 8th annual Pearls of Wisdom Oyster Roast and Barbecue April 1. With more than 780 tickets sold and more than 5,000 oysters Read More…

The Week in Photos: March 25-31

Lynnhaven Middle School hosted a student-versus-faculty basketball game Monday, March 27. Staff members also participated on a cheerleading squad and cheered their basketball team to victory over the student team. Landstown High School student Bailee Cox nominated her AVID teacher Dwight Robinson for recognition by the Great Dreams Need Great Teachers campaign. Dr. Spence surprised Read More…