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WOODSTOCK -- Class sizes and teacher salaries were among the subjects discussed at the Shenandoah County School Board's joint work session on its proposed fiscal 2015 budget with the county board of supervisors Thursday evening.
As college students flock to the beaches for spring break, some students and faculty at Shenandoah University are headed to more exotic locales.
The new leadership atop the Virginia Board of Education includes a woman from Frederick County.
QUICKSBURG -- Students at Ashby Lee Elementary School had a doggone fun time on Thursday.
WOODSTOCK -- Area residents got their chance to discuss the proposed fiscal 2015 budget for Shenandoah County Public Schools at a public hearing on Wednesday evening.
The first executive director of the Shenandoah Education Foundation will have plenty of time to dedicate to her job.
WOODSTOCK -- More than 300 students from 12 schools, including Shenandoah, Frederick and Clarke county high schools and Robert E. Aylor Middle School, gathered in Central High School's gymnasium on Tuesday for its agricultural and natural resources college fair.
WOODSTOCK -- The dropout rate in Shenandoah County Public Schools continues to drop.
WOODSTOCK -- Each morning at 11:20 a.m., a group of Central High School students walk out the door, across the parking lot and into the W.W. Robinson Elementary cafeteria.
Students in Warren County Public Schools will have school on March 21 and May 2.
Gone are the days when a stick of chalk, a board of slate and a stack of textbooks ruled the classroom.
WOODSTOCK -- The Shenandoah County School Board responded to recent news about Freedom of Information Act requests for employee salary data at its meeting Thursday night.
WOODSTOCK -- Teachers and staff in Shenandoah County Public Schools might see higher salaries next year, if the 2015 fiscal year budget proposed on Thursday is approved.
Students in Shenandoah County Public Schools will now be attending class on April 17, and May 6.
WINCHESTER -- Tara Woolever keeps getting fortune cookie fortunes from her coworkers.
Students in Frederick County Public Schools will start their first day on Aug. 18 and finish the year on June 5, 2015, depending on the number of instructional days missed due to inclement weather.
A $1.4 million estate passed on to Lord Fairfax Community College will be used to establish endowed scholarships and a fellowship at the school.
After a 33-year career in public education, including the past eight years as assistant superintendent for instruction in Frederick County Public Schools, Peter J. Vernimb has decided to retire, effective July 1.
School boards in Frederick County and Warren County will hold public hearings of their proposed 2015 fiscal year budgets this week.
Students in Warren County are designing a drone that would be able to fly into a cornfield in Iowa and detect the European Corn Borer, a pest that afflicts farmers throughout the U.S.
The Frederick County School Board has announced that it has added Monday to the school calendar as an instructional day.
MIDDLETOWN -- Clutching the medals around their necks, Camille Gibson and Colt Scott look like Olympic athletes. They even share the same poise and confidence as Sochi stars.
Virginia ranks third in the nation for the highest percentage of qualifying Advanced Placement test scores, according to the 2014 AP Report to the Nation released on Tuesday.
STEPHENS CITY -- For the Gustafson brothers, intelligence runs in their genes.
The Shenandoah County School Board is adding Monday, Feb. 17, and Tuesday, April 22, as instructional days for its students and staff. The adjustment was approved by the board at a work session on Thursday night.
Massanutten Military Academy is partnering with the Heroic Imagination Project to become the first boarding school in the world to embrace the program's curriculum and incorporate it into campus culture.
Middletown may be a long way from Orlando, Fla., but a bit of Disney magic is coming to Lord Fairfax Community College Workforce Solutions.
Cold temperatures and a little snow weren't enough to keep volunteers from "deconstructing" the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum's future home on Friday.