CA estuary field study begins
Learning that is relevant and authentic develops deep skill sets that apply broadly to all areas of the Chesapeake Academy curriculum. The concept of Place-Based Learning draws from this axiom and is clearly in play as academy seventh and eighth grade students head out onto Chesapeake Bay this week.
11.25.2014RCC grad races through life
It seems as if Rappahannock Community College graduate Vaughan Crittenden is always moving fast. From the time he gets up in his dorm room at James Madison University to late evening when he finally gets back into his bed, he’s going over 100 miles per hour.
11.25.2014Grant to help St. Margaret’s School develop environmental initiatives
St. Margaret’s School, an independent girl’s high school in Tappahannock, will use a $140,000 grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund to capitalize on its riverfront location and develop environmental and sustainability initiatives within the school and the region.
11.25.2014RCC scholar honored at state event
On November 18, a number of outstanding Virginia Community College System (VCCS) students who had qualified for prestigious statewide scholarships, were honored at a luncheon in Richmond. One of these was Rappahannock Community College student Kendra Yates…