RCC Middle College announces graduates
The free Middle College program recruits ages 18-24 who left high school without graduating in order to instruct, advise and support them through the process of earning a high school diploma or GED. Staff members encourage all of the students to aspire to a college education as well.
07.20.2009RCC to host Regional Education Consortium
A series of valuable Professional Development Opportunities (PDOs) will be offered to local educators as part of the Summer 2009 Regional Education Consortium hosted by Rappahannock Community College’s Workforce Development Center and its training coordinator, Harriet Dawson.
07.20.2009Leggett will head school system’s gifted program
“This is something that she pursued and we are grateful for what she has done for us at Middlesex High School. I think she will enhance the gifted education program,” said superintendent Rusty Fairheart. “She has a wide range of talents. We wanted her to have what she desired.”
07.15.2009Masonic Scholarship recipients
Urbanna Masonic Lodge #83, A.F. & A.M, awarded Joseph C. Coker Jr. and Holly Noel Stainback with the 2009 VanName Anderton Scholarship.