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FAMIS, K-12 funding on Assembly agenda

Wright, Ruff review upcoming session with Mecklenburg supervisors

Mecklenburg supervisors correct solar permit flaws

UPDATE: Death toll rises to three in Chase City crash

A third person, Bluestone High School teacher Donald McInturf, has died as the result of a head-on auto collision Monday around 5 p.m. on Route 47 near Chase City.

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Park View tops Franklin

PV varsity boys open season with 6-0 record

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Bluestone High School senior awards presented

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Bluestone High School principal Lindell Palmer congratulates W.E. Moore Outstanding Senior Award winner Lindsay Tuck.

Chase City’s Estes Center featured on Public Radio

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Fred Echols, host of WVTF All Things Considers, conducts interviews recently for the station's feature on Chase City's Estes Community Center.
Recently The Estes Community Center in Chase City was featured on WVTF’s (Virginia Public Radio) All Things Considered.

Park View High School presents senior awards

South Boston News
Carole Nelson, interim superintendent for Mecklenburg County Schools, was the guest speaker at the Park View High School Awards Day.

School division stays with Anthem medical policy

The Mecklenburg County School Division will continue to offer Anthem health insurance to employees. The employees’ premiums will remain at the current level when the fiscal year starts July 1, but one HMO plan option will change.

Park View announces graduation schedule

The 55th commencement exercises for Park View High School will be held in the gymnasium on Saturday, June 12 at 11 a.m.

Auditors outline improvements to school board bookkeeping

An auditor who has delved into the inner workings of the Mecklenburg County School Division textbook fund on Friday guided the School Board finance committee along a paper trail, pointing out many places where pieces of paper are missing.

Mecklenburg County schools likely to hit year-end budget target

If revenue and expenditures behave as expected, Mecklenburg County Schools will finish the year ending June 30 with $112,543 left over — just 1 percent of the budget, consultant Dr. James Blevins told the School Board Monday.

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