Panthers Quiz Bowl team on the road to states. Wrestling seniors recognized for their contributions, a couple are still undefeated in the district. Panthers and Owls basketball seasons are in full swoosh and three county residents receive JMU student honors.
RCPS honors the successful teams and athletes of fall sports season and WCDS names basketball ace Jill Chiu as their Female Athlete of the Month.
Introducing Dr. Andrew Forrest Kohler, and the latest winter sports news from Rappahannock County High School.
The two-hour meeting focused on the school division’s real-world learning initiatives, among other topics, and concluded with a somewhat less giving vote on a repair bill.
Wakefield Country Day School students earned nine awards in the Samuels Public Library’s 38th annual Holiday Writing Contest; Updates on Owls' basketball, swimming and Panthers' basketball, wrestling and Quiz Bowl teams.
One in six of Virginia’s students do not have regular access to food at home. Thousands rely on school meals as their only consistent source of quality nutrition, making the holiday season a time of anxiety and hardship for them.
RCES third-grade students became authors and illustrators earlier this month when they published stories titled "If I Were a Superhero." They wrote and edited their stories over a two-week period before sending their final drafts to the publisher.
Winter is here and RCPS' sports teams are providing some scorching early season performances from the wrestling and basketball teams; WCDS' third grade students buy charity gifts through chores; and Owls basketball and swimming teams are in full stroke.
The PATH Foundation announced the recipients of its general operations grants. Fifteen organizations, including Rappahannock County’s Child Care and Learning Center, received a total of $501,283.
WCDS’ strong showing at classical convention; Julia Estes is state 1A Player of the Year; boy's varsity and girl's JV basketball are undefeated early, and more in this week's School and Sports.
Rapp's Latin students show fortitudo at the Virginia Junior Classical League convention; jobs, jobs, jobs at career Day expo at RCHS; and all join in on RCES’ "One School, One Book" reading program.
We can all be proud of what our student-athletes of RCHS have accomplished. I was in Richmond last Saturday to see our volleyball team win its first-ever state championship, a grand finale to a perfect season, a 27-0 record.
Rapp volleyball is the state championship team; Rapp theater is first in the region.
Rapp's undefeated varsity volleyball team is headed for the state championship final at VCU Saturday; RCHS senior cross-country runner Gavin Jenkins is the 1A state champ at last Saturday's meet, and lots more school/sports news.
The Rappahannock County School Board narrowly approves $500 stipend for an assistant coach position for RCPS' prizewinning Quiz Bowl team, but pre-vote discourse raises issue of overall budget constraints.
As RCPS' fall regular seasons wind down, Senior Nights and Homecoming activities dominate the sports news this week, with postseason tournaments coming up soon; Panthers varsity football dominate Homecoming game.