Demonstrating job skills
December 20, 2016
Brian Webster, special agent/bomb technician with the Virginia State Police, maneuvers the department’s robot to members of the afternoon Criminal Justice class at Triplett Tech in Mount Jackson on Tuesday afternoon. Webster and several of his colleagues gave students demonstrations of their job skills and spoke about what kind of qualities the Virginia State Police look for in applicants. Rich Cooley/Daily
Institute to partner with Wilson College
December 15, 2016
Students at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, will have the opportunity to take part in conservation-specific courses through Front Royal’s Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute due to a gift from a mutual donor and alumnus of Wilson College. Those who take part will be able to do so free of charge, with a scholarship-like structure.
Shenandoah University reveals economic impact study results
November 18, 2016
WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University revealed the results of its most recent economic impact study Friday. The study examines and determines the amount of money and jobs indirectly generated or directly created by the university. TischlerBise, a company that specializes in economic consulting, conducted the study.
Middle school tech systems get OK
November 2, 2016
Warren County Public Schools administration reports that the new middle school is progressing on time.
SU to break ground on sports building
October 20, 2016
Shenandoah University will usher in the construction of its new Athletics & Events Center with a groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday morning.
Warren schools to work on calendar
October 19, 2016
Warren County Public Schools administration and faculty will begin discussion of the 2017-2018 school calendar next month.
Sitting smart at Warren County Middle School
October 6, 2016
Two Warren County Middle School teachers have been mixing up their classrooms by providing their students with some alternative seating choices.
Honor society members help with odd jobs at Ressie
September 28, 2016
Newly inducted members of Ressie Jeffries Elementary School’s chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society are already busy with their ongoing service projects.
Warren schools plant Tower Gardens
September 26, 2016
Warren County students will be helping to grow small school crops of vegetables and herbs using new Tower Gardens that will be set up at every school.
Ressie Jeffries playground funding on a roll
September 18, 2016
Part of Ressie Jeffries Elementary School’s facelift that will be occurring over the next year includes rehabilitation of the school’s playground.
Skyline teacher named regional Teacher of the Year
September 13, 2016
Warren County Public Schools administration surprised Skyline High School teacher Heidi Trude Tuesday morning by announcing that she’s been named the state’s Region 4 Teacher of the Year.
Christendom details $40 million campaign
September 12, 2016
FRONT ROYAL – Christendom College leaders have announced a comprehensive campaign that will raise a new chapel on campus and provide financial support for the college and its students.
Skyline to continue improvement plan programs
September 7, 2016
Skyline High School will continue its three-year school improvement plan with remediation programs on the tails of a significant jump in SOL scores last school year.
Skyline seniors push for completely smoke-free schools
September 7, 2016
Warren County School facilities have started the year off smoke free with a set of revised tobacco policies that the School Board adopted this summer.
Students head back to school in Frederick
August 17, 2016
Some Frederick County middle schoolers will be starting their new school year in a brand new school when they walk into class this morning.
Frederick administration reviews back to school safety
August 15, 2016
Anticipating Wednesday’s first day of school, Frederick County Public Schools administration went over school traffic safety with area law enforcement before a news conference Monday morning.
Warren schools are prepared for a new year
August 15, 2016
Warren County Public Schools will be starting a busy year when students head to their first classes today.
Objections voiced to Sherando mascot
July 31, 2016
FRONT ROYAL – Sherando High School has celebrated Warrior victories in athletics for years, but one man has asked school administration to start looking at the school’s mascot with a more critical eye.
Authorities: Truancy officer sent nude photos via work computer
June 8, 2016
WOODSTOCK – A former truancy officer for Shenandoah County Public Schools sent nude images of himself from his work computer, authorities say.
SU hires new dean of nursing school
April 7, 2016
Shenandoah University has a new dean of its nursing school.