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Halifax supervisors tee up school borrowing of $135 million, employee pay raises

Halifax County is poised to borrow $105 million to build a new high school with an additional $25 million set aside for elementary school upgrades — the recommendation of the…

Tuck Airport gets $790,000 from infrastructure bill

$1.2 trillion package delivers $400 million for Virginia’s airports; South Boston, Mecklenburg-Brunswick airports win funding.

In memory of Jordan


Grapplers fall in tri meet

Lack of numbers, forfeits hurt Comet wrestlers in opening match





Mecklenburg > Mecklenburg Education

Decisions pending on school mask guidelines

Mecklenburg trustees asked to set rules as school year closes in

Mecklenburg trustees mull color scheme for new Baskerville school

Mecklenburg trustees spurn teacher request for sick day pay

Hite tapped for instructional job

South Boston News
Former teacher, principal takes charge of duties as assistant superintendent

Interim principals fill openings at BHS, PVMS

Mecklenburg County trustees to meet again this week to discuss departures, vacancies

Proud moment for family and schools

South Boston News

The Mecklenburg County School Board on Monday presented Washington Alexander with a resolution honoring his granddaughter, Odicci Alexander, star pitcher of the James Madison University softball team and Park View High School graduate who led the Dukes a 39-2 season and an epic performance in the Women’s College Softball World Series earlier this month. School trustees honored Alexander “for her spirit, calm demeanor, natural athleticism and humble attitude that she has shown throughout her life and especially through the past week when she was thrust and upon the national stage for all to see her true abilities and character.” Alexander’s grandfather accepted the award on her behalf as she is currently in Florida playing professional ball. Superintendent of Schools Paul Nichols said he looks forward to Odicci’s return to the area and hopes she will be present at the opening dedication of the new consolidated secondary school campus in Baskerville in 2022. Washington Alexander accepts the resolution from Nichols and School Board Chair Gavin Honeycutt. In the background are School Board members Gloria Smith, Wanda Bailey, Brent Richey and Lindell Palmer.


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Bluestone and Park View celebrated graduating members of the Class of 2021 this Saturday with commencement services at the two county high schools. Bluestone went first with a 9 a.m. program, with Valedictorian Thomas Overton, top left, and Salutatorian Treyvon Scott delivering remarks to the audience. At Park View, Valedictorian Isabella Raneri and Salutatorian Luke Richey pose for a photo. (Photos by David Conner II and Steve Hinzman)

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