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Upgrades sought at three Mecklenburg elementary schools

Architects present options for overhaul of Chase City, Clarksville and La Crosse schools

Truck rolls off, nearly plunges into lot below

Clarksville’s lakefront motels come under new ownership

Major change ahead for Lake Motel, Magnuson


Waller places second in VHSL state meet in high jump, long jump





Halifax > Halifax Education

After trying year, trustees aim for reset: New goals, better tone

Halifax County School Board retreat offers chance for frank talk

New movement on HCHS

South Boston News
School trustees held a planning season and board retreat Tuesday at the middle school. (Liza Fulton photo)
Seeking to restart process, trustees choose Roanoke design-build team to scope out future of high school

First day back, under a different normal

South Boston News
Students and staff donned masks for back-to-school day on Monday at South Boston Elementary. Schools opened for pupils in grades pre-K through three, and for smaller groups that attended class back in the fall. (Liza Fulton photo)
Difficult choices for some as in-person school begins

‘No-loss’ funding formula deals blow to school budget

State budget plan to make school divisions whole from pandemic has uneven consequences

Back-to-school, again, for county students

South Boston News
Students head to class Monday morning at South Boston Elementary.
Halifax County elementary schools welcomed pupils in grades pre-K through three Monday morning, bringing together students and teachers in large numbers for the first time since school was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic last March.

Power restored to all Halifax County schools

Hope, doubts as preK-3 students go back

South Boston News
The Halifax County School Board recognized the school nursing staff for their tireless work to keep others safe this school year. From left, Tina Slabach, MSN RN, school nurse coordinator, and Angela Brankley, RN, Cluster Springs Elementary nurse, with Superintendent of Schools Mark Lineburg and chairman Kathy Fraley.
Trustees support plan for youngest students to go to school Tuesday, others to follow in March

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