The applicants are Carolyn S. Bragg, Lauren L. Griffin, Douglas C. Ramsey and Stephen P. Troxell.
The Augusta County School Board will hold further discussion on changes to COVID mitigation strategies at its Jan. 20 retreat, as well as interview applicants for the vacant South River seat.
Vermell Grant’s passion for education began early.
Waynesboro School Board members agreed Tuesday to appoint Dr. Ryan Barber as assistant superintendent.
Waynesboro Public School Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Cassel announced that substitute teachers wages would be raised from $77 to $110 a day.
Saturday, representatives and volunteers from the Central Shenandoah Health District and the green hanger project hosted the Waynesboro Fall Resource Fair at Kate Collins Middle School in collaboration with Waynesboro Public Schools.
One of the commonwealth's two state senators dropped by Waynesboro High School Friday morning to participate in a discussion about the planning of rural school funding and infrastructure and was also given a tour of some of the building's decades old facilities. He also visited a local food …
With the help and encouragement of her parents and school, 15-year-old Amelie Candelier led her classmates and friends out in a walk to raise awareness for Lupus on Saturday morning in Waynesboro.
The five new dates are Oct. 25, Nov. 15, Dec. 6, Feb. 7 and March 7.
The Alleghany Mountain Institute was recognized on last Thursday for its efforts in working with local students on conservation education.
Amélie Candelier is looking to spread awareness about the disease she's lived with since she was eight years old.
Longtime Fort Defiance principal Larry Landes was presented with a resolution honoring his service to Augusta County schools from the Virginia House of Delegates at Thursday’s school board meeting.
“Not only are teachers courageously and creatively meeting the challenges, but they are also doing it well. They’re keeping the kids safe and learning during this difficult time,” Pamela Northam said on Tuesday in Augusta County.
Three weeks after opening their schools in-person for the first time in over a year, Waynesboro public schools executive director of student services Dr. Ryan Barber provided an update on what the first few weeks have been for the administration, staff and students.
Ordinarily, seeing my dad in the stands of a Waynesboro High School sporting event wouldn’t be picture-worthy.
A newly painted crosswalk at Kate Collins Middle School should catch the eyes of unfamiliar drivers and students.
Classes began in-person once again at Blue Ridge Community College on Monday.
Earlier this week, Sentara’s RMH Foundation gifted $100,000 to Blue Ridge Community College for use in healthcare education at the school.
One staff member and one student at William Perry Elementary School have tested positive to COVID-19, according Waynesboro Public Schools. Both the student and the staff member tested positive on Thursday.
After a summer off from school, the new year began Tuesday with in-person learning in Waynesboro with no major problems, officials said.
Blue Ridge Community College will enact a new mask mandate beginning Monday, August 9.
Waynesboro Public Schools announced Wednesday night on Facebook it will have a mask mandate afterall because of the high COVID-19 transmission rate in Waynesboro.
Masks will be optional for students and staff at all grade levels in county schools for the 2021-22 school year.
The speakers who opposed the policies voiced concerns about safety issues, parental and privacy rights, and religious freedom.