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Staff give VBCPS high marks in annual employee survey

88 percent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) employees agree they are proud to work in division, while an almost equal 87 percent report that the division holds high expectations for all staff. Those were two of a multitude of high marks given by 5,114 VBCPS employees, or half of all staff, who responded…
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Asbestos (AHERA) Management Plans Available

The Environmental Protection Agency, as required by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) of October 1986, requires all school facilities to have an inspection for asbestos-containing building materials and to have a detailed management plan identifying these materials.  The AHERA Management Plans are available in each school’s main office for review by parents, teachers…
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Celebrating VBCPS retirees and their years of service.

Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) held a retirement celebration Tuesday, June 18, for more than 300 employees retiring from the school division this school year. Retirees with more than 40 years with the division were called forward individually to receive a small gift and be personally thanked by School Board members, Superintendent Dr. Aaron Spence and…
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May ‘I Make A Difference’ Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following staff members whose colleagues presented them with the ‘I Make a Difference’ recognition in May: Adult Learning Center: Brenda Kopek, Melinda Saunders Bayside Middle School: Jillian Caldwell, Wickie Riggens, Rick Swift, Arlie Wells, Drew Wynn Cox High School: Cerine Davis, Corey Francis, Carolyn Harris, Dalton Head, John Grimaldi Green Run Elementary:…
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Week in Photos June 3-9, 2019

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Congratulations to the 2018-19 Tagged by the Superintendent recipients

  The following staff members were recipients of the Tagged by the Superintendent recognition for the second semester of school year 2018-19: High Schools and Centers Adult Learning Center: Bernice Wilson Advanced Technology Center: Mack Stevens Bayside High School: Jenn Vedder Cox High School: Paul Leon First Colonial High School: Amanda Hansen Green Run High…
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Week in Photos, May 20-26, 2019

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Week in Photos: May 13-19, 2019

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Week in Photos: May 6-12, 2019

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April ‘I Make A Difference’ Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following staff members whose colleagues presented them with the ‘I Make a Difference’ recognition in April: Adult Learning Center: Pamela Burson, Mary Melissa Vernon Bayside Middle School:  Kathy Arinello, Virginia Jordan, Wickie Riggens Brandon Middle School: Donna Dildy, Joan Webb-Douglas, Carey Wright First Colonial High School: Lynn Hull, Julia McMasters Green Run Elementary: Jennifer Fox, Jennifer Goyet, Kait McCoy, Jennifer Ratajczak…
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Week in Photos: April 29-May 5, 2019

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2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year finalist: Rachel M. Thompson

This is the fifth and final article in a series of profiles about each finalist for Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ 2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year. The citywide winner will be announced at the Teacher of the Year dinner hosted by the Virginia Beach Education Foundation May 2. Old Donation School health and physical…
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2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year finalist: Rachel K. Thompson

This is the fourth article in a series of profiles about each finalist for Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ 2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year. The citywide winner will be announced at the Teacher of the Year dinner hosted by the Virginia Beach Education Foundation May 2. Princess Anne High School (PAHS) Spanish teacher Rachel…
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2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year finalist: Dr. Charlene Winley

This is the third article in a series of profiles about each finalist for Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ 2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year. The citywide winner will be announced at the Teacher of the Year dinner hosted by the Virginia Beach Education Foundation May 2. Dr. Charlene Winley, a kindergarten teacher at Holland…
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2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year finalist: Anthony Nobles

This is the second article in a series of profiles about each finalist for Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ 2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year. The citywide winner will be announced at the Teacher of the Year dinner hosted by the Virginia Beach Education Foundation May 2. Anthony Nobles is an eighth grade civics teacher…
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Week in Photos: April 22-26, 2019

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2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year finalist: Nancy Julcher

This is the first article in a series of profiles about each finalist for Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ 2020 Citywide Teacher of the Year. The citywide winner will be announced at the Teacher of the Year dinner hosted by the Virginia Beach Education Foundation May 2. Nancy Julcher, a special education teacher at Alanton…
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Week in Photos: April 8-14, 2019

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VBCPS Career Expo scheduled for April 27

Job applicants can learn about various opportunities to work for Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) by attending the school division’s annual Career Expo scheduled for Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to noon at Landstown High School. Administrators from all school levels – elementary, middle and high – will be on-site to discuss instructional…
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Week in Photos: April 1-7, 2019

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Kindergarten students make dandelion wishes

April is the Month of the Military Child, and the school division is proud to display more than 700 works of art by K-12 students as part of the annual Art of Being a Military Child exhibit at Lynnhaven Mall. But there’s a much smaller exhibit along kindergarten hall at Shelton Park Elementary School, where…
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