After tallying more than 80,000 votes for more than 11,400 schools across the country, the winners of the Breakfast Blitz program have been announced. Ecoff Elementary School has received a $1,000 grant from America’s Milk Processors (MilkPEP) for having a top Fuel Up to Play 60 Breakfast Blitz program.
Bellwood Elementary School is one of just three schools in the country to earn a National School Change Award this year.
There are some amazing teachers out there. Super teachers and many of them are right here in Chesterfield. Amber Kuper is one of those teachers and that’s why she was selected to receive the “2013 Virginia Lottery Super Teacher” award.
Obese or overweight children have been a concern of both parents and the National Institutes of Health for quite a while. It has been such an issue that in some cases vending machines were removed from schools to keep sugary drinks from being consumed by students.
Virginia State University has announced new anti-hazing initiatives that President Keith T. Miller said “will lead the effort to deter this abhorrent practice.”
The winners of the Outstanding Youth Awards were announced recently at a ceremony at Thomas Dale High School. The adult winners were Tom Leahy and Roy Reynolds for providing a seamless transition to Cub Scout Troop 922 after their scout master left without notice.
Jazz alto and tenor saxophonist, Dexter Moses, 14, is taking big steps . He was awarded Superior Jazz Musicianship at A Celebration In Music Competition in Williamsburg’s Busch Gardens, May 3, 2013.
Radio Disney visited Enon and Marguerite Christian elementary schools last month for a fun Tree Trivia Assembly with the school’s third-graders, who have been studying about trees and the environment with Dominion’s Project Plant It! program.