FRONT ROYAL — Alan Fox says he doesn’t remember the Dec. 17 vehicle collision that nearly killed him.
FRONT ROYAL — Warren County Public Schools students could eat for free again next year even after the current federal program providing free meals ends this summer.
By Nick Harpold
The Shenandoah County School Board has approved a readjusted operating budget of $77,459,026 for the fiscal year 2023 budget.
STEPHENS CITY — Sherando High School presented diplomas to 360 seniors during the Class of 2022 commencement ceremony Friday evening at Arrowhead Stadium.
FRONT ROYAL – It started out by reading the names of the victims of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the Tops grocery store shooting in Buffalo, New York, and the hospital shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, within the last month.
WINCHESTER — The Frederick County Board of Supervisors appropriated only part of the school division’s operating budget Wednesday night.
The names of Mountain View High School and Honey Run Elementary School will remain after the Shenandoah County School Board deadlock on a vote Thursday night.
The Shenandoah County Chapter of the the Dolly Parton Imagination Library celebrated on Thursday mailing out 100,000 books to Shenandoah County children.
Lord Fairfax Community College officially changed its name to Laurel Ridge Community College on Thursday. Small ceremonies, with speeches and the raising of the new Laurel Ridge flag, were held at each of the college’s three locations — the Middletown Campus, the Fauquier Campus in Warrenton…
The Shenandoah County School Board decided Wednesday against creating a survey asking the public whether two school names should be changed back to their original names eponymous with Confederate generals.
Warren County Public Schools plans to switch back to Anthem The Local Choice as its health insurance provider.
Themes related to this year’s 250th anniversary of Shenandoah County will be incorporated into the Shenandoah County Public School division’s Camp SCPS summer program.
The Shenandoah County School Board will hold a special meeting Wednesday to finalize a survey about the renaming of two schools because they were named after Confederate generals.
Lord Fairfax Community College will officially become Laurel Ridge Community College on Thursday, a name change being implemented because Lord Fairfax was a slave owner and loyalist to British Crown during the American Revolution.
After this week's school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that took the lives of 19 children and two adults, local schools officials sought Thursday to assure the public that security measures are helping keep students and staff safe.
QUICKSBURG — The first class graduating from Mountain View High School was really the last class to graduate from Stonewall Jackson High School.
Central High School has received a $25,000 donation from Amazon to help set up its Central Innovation Studio, a space where students can create podcasts, TV programs, music and more.
Three Triplett Tech students won gold medals in the Virginia State SkillsUSA competition in early April and will now advance to compete in the National SkillsUSA competition.
STRASBURG — David Storey says being around his friends and classmates will be what he misses the most after graduating from Strasburg High School this weekend.
A special prosecutor will take over the case involving an area probation officer accused of raping a juvenile.
WOODSTOCK — Sia Patel is excited to graduate, but she says it’s going to feel strange walking across the stage and saying goodbye to Central High School.
A new food service management contract with Southwest Foodservice Excellence was approved by the Shenandoah County School Board last week.
The Shenandoah County School Board heard from dozens of people about whether the names of Stonewall Jackson High School and Ashby Lee Elementary School should be restored during its meeting Thursday night.
On Saturday, Triplett Tech will hold a public auction to auction off a tiny house built by the school’s carpentry and electricity students.
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A group of Central High School seniors are making sure no student goes hungry by opening a new food bank.
Shenandoah County Public Schools has announced the recipients of the Shenandoah Scholars scholarships for the 2021-22 school year. Each of the 30 winners will receive a $1,000 scholarship in addition to the honor of being selected as a Shenandoah Scholar. Students were recognized April 27 at…
Boo’s Books, a children's bookstore in Woodstock, is helping put books on school library shelves in Shenandoah County.
WOODSTOCK — W.W. Robinson Elementary School is the first school in Virginia to become a part of the All Kids Bike program.
Dara Booher, agriscience teacher and FFA advisor at North Fork Middle School, has been named the 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year for Shenandoah County Public Schools.
EDINBURG — Members of the nonprofit organization Sustainability Matters gathered at the Shenandoah County Landfill on Thursday to celebrate the kickoff of Phase 2 of the Making Trash Bloom project.
This Saturday, three Strasburg High School students will participate in the 2022 All Virginia Chorus event.
Shenandoah County Public Schools Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students and chapters participated in the 2022 Virginia FCCLA Leadership and Recognition Conference, held April 1-3, in Virginia Beach.
The Shenandoah County School Board approved several new personnel changes at its April 14 meeting.
Some Shenandoah County residents still aren't happy with the School Board's 2021 decision to change the name of Stonewall Jackson High School because it was named after a Confederate general.
U.S. Army recruiters visiting Central High School recently brought an exhibit trailer to present different medical career opportunities available in the Army.
The Warren County School Board took a step Wednesday to help boost the division’s career and technical education program.
WOODSTOCK — Several months ago, a middle school student took their own life.
A handful of Warren County residents raised concerns this week over a book in high school libraries some parents called “pornographic,” while others warned that banning the novel amounts to censorship.
Amid a nationwide influx in complaints regarding materials available in school libraries, a parent of a Warren County student recently raised concerns about a book available at a local high school library.