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|Watauga Elementary School Taking an In-Depth Look at the Way a Plant Grows||03-16-2017||
Mrs. Covington's 4th grade classes participated in a Science investigation to learn about plants. After introducing the parts of a flower, students were given the tools necessary to dissect lilies, roses, and daffodils.
|AHS Students Participate in Local Art Show||03-16-2017||
Abingdon High School Art Students participated in the Artistic Excellence Competition art show with art teacher, Mrs. Anderson, art teacher at Abingdon High School. The art show was held on March 5 th at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
|4-H Presentations at Meadowview Elementary||03-16-2017||
Meadowview Elementary 4-H Members held their annual Presentation and Public Speaking program.
|Students at High Point Elementary School Dive into Literature||03-16-2017||
Fourth grade students at High Point Elementary recently finished the book Blood on the River by Elise Carbone. Upon completion of the novel, students were asked to complete a character analysis project.
|A Special Guest Visits MES for Read Across America||03-14-2017||
Second grade students at Meadowview Elementary School enjoyed a special treat when Harriet Ray, Susan Johnston and Shadow came to read to their classrooms during Read Across America Week.
|HHS Band Student Auditions for All-State||03-14-2017||
On Saturday, February 25, 2017 Holston High School junior Diana S. travelled to James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA to audition for the All-State Band and Orchestra. Diana met eligibility for this honor by her ranking at All-District Auditions in December of this year.
|John S. Battle High School Students Win "Best Layout" at Media Day||03-14-2017||
On March 2, 2017, the Bristol Herald Courier invited several members of the John S. Battle yearbook and newspaper staff to their first ever Media Day.
|RVES Fifth Grade History Projects||03-13-2017||
Rhea Valley Elementary fifth grade students celebrated Black History Month in February with an autobiographical report. Students chose important African American figures throughout history and the present.
|MES Oh, The Places You’ll Go…Using Technology!||03-13-2017||
To celebrate Read Across America week, Mrs. Cury’s second grade class at Meadowview Elementary School truly did some reading ACROSS America!
|High Point Third Graders are designers||03-08-2017||
Third grade students in Mrs. Miller’s and Mrs. Ratliff’s math classes have been learning about area and perimeter. Students were able to demonstrate their knowledge of these skills with an interactive and hands on approach.