The Telly Awards has named MBK Media Program as a Bronze winner in the 34th Annual Telly Awards for their piece titled “Crime Solvers: Protecting Your Community, Anonymously.” With nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is truly an honor.
The Chesterfield County Police Department announced today that this year’s Craig Rath Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to a Robious Elementary School student.
For two months Ecoff students in all grade levels participated in a planning, constructing and installing a bottle cap mural for the courtyard. First, the students collected many caps then, the MOID (moderate intellectual disability) and kindergarten classes sorted all the caps into colors.
The following local residents recently graduated from the College of William & Mary:
Radford University Dean’s List include: Michael Dean Blankenbecler, senior exercise, sport and health education major; Erica Luise Borges, junior interdisciplinary studies major; Aja Liane Gore, junior dance and communication major; Shawn Jamel Wilson, senior criminal justice major
There was a little adventure, a little anxiety, and all in good fun last Wednesday, when 300 third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Ecoff Elementary were allowed to throw pies at their principal and assistant principal. The deal was that they would be able to throw pies at Dr. Cole and Ms. Shimko-Daye if they passed their SOL’s and they did.
Virginia Credit Union has awarded $2,500 college scholarships to four Chesterfield County students.
The fifth-grade graduation ceremony at Harrowgate Elementary School was held on Thursday, June 13. A large crowd of parents and family members attended the ceremony and were pleasantly surprised to find soldiers from Ft. Lee assisting with the program.