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Four teachers pose along a hallway.Holston High School is privileged to have acquired the services of four exceptional new teachers for the 2017-18 school year. They are:  Physical Education teacher Jason Southworth, Art teacher Jessie Smith, Learning Lab
teacher Zach Fleenor, and French teacher Erinn Linkous.

Two students stand by a bed wearing a Microsoft HoloLens.Alloying Washington County School's Vision Statement of being an innovative leader in education excellence, teaching and learning, creativity, technology integration and global citizenship with Virginia Tech's brand tagline "We Invent the Future", the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center (WCCTEC) will integrate mixed reality into the Nurse Aide curriculum this semester.

Staff posing in front of camping setup.High Point Elementary School has been transformed into the summer camp of our camper's dreams! This year campers at High Point will explore exciting places like Math Mountain and the Science Swamp!

Each school year the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is required to report to the U.S. Department of Education the "Percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with disabilities."

Students and teachers with an Alpaca.Students participating in the elementary summer school program visited the Dreamland Alpaca Farm in Meadowview, VA. They met a variety of animals such as Teddy Bear Sheep, Alpacas, chickens, and goats.

Several teenagers stand beside a pond.HHS’s GATE and U.S. History Dual Enrollment students traveled to Charlottesville on March 24th and 25th and briefly saw the world through the eyes of America’s third president.  Students received a 3 hour guided tour that highlighted many of the innovations that Thomas Jefferson created and used in his own home.

A group of students sitting at a table painting rocks and smiling.The Washington County Elementary Summer School program is off to a great start! With the help of an exceptional staff, students have been in the business of learning and having fun.

Students and teachers standing outside.Middle school students from each of the county schools were represented during the EPIC Summer STEM Camp at EB Stanley Middle School.  All of the campers were rising 6th, 7th, or 8th graders.

All offices will be open to the public Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. during the period of May 22, 2017, through July 28, 2017. Offices will be closed on Fridays unless a special event is taking place in the building(s).

Two men present an award to a man.Years of hard work and dedication have paid off for HHS’s Travis Gray.  On March 31, 2017, he was named the 1A/ 2A High School Athletic Director of the Year.  His selection was announced at the 45th Annual Awards Ceremony for the Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators’ Association.

A group of students holding up their drawings.This year 35 members of the Abingdon High School Art Portfolio Club each completed a portrait for a orphan child from the country of Bolivia through theMemoryProject.org. Peace Corp workers deliver the portraits for us.

AES Students Hold a model of "Babe, the Blue Ox"Third graders at Abingdon Elementary School ended the school year in their Language Arts classes by reading and studying classic American Tall Tales. They then participated in a STEM activity correlated to each Tall Tale Character.

A woman standing in front of a classroom of students.Second graders always enjoy learning about Helen Keller's remarkable story. For the past two years, students have enjoyed a presentation by Diana Salyer, an instructional assistant at Watauga Elementary. In the past, Mrs. Salyer worked with visually impaired students and was able to give second graders a glimpse into the life of a blind student.

A group of students standing on stairs smiling.The following TSA students placed in the top 3 in their events at the state competition this past weekend. They will advance to the national TSA competition in Orlando, FL in June:

A group of people on a school bus.Students from Meadowview Elementary School visited Fort Chiswell Animal Park on Wednesday May 10th, 2017.

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