Ware invites children for morning story time
Ware Academy invites all community children from the ages of 3 to 6 and their parents for a morning story time, which will occur in the school library once a month from 9-10 a.m.
10.05.2016Ware takes learning outside the classroom
Ware Academy’s Blue/Green Acres elective focuses on sustainable agriculture and community service. The group of sixth, seventh and eighth graders led by teachers Ed Gardiner and Tracy Pausic are learning about sustainability.
10.05.2016At RCC, ‘Grow!’film, local farmers examine future of agriculture
The farming documentary “Grow!” has won numerous awards and will be hosted by Rappahannock Community College on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 11-12. Each showing of the 60-minute film will be followed by a discussion with a local farmer.
10.05.2016Ware welcomes six new staff members and 38 new students
Ware Academy in Gloucester is pleased to announce the addition of six new staff members. Thomas said Ware has instituted new programs that have increased its exposure into the public more through social media and the Parent Ambassador Program.