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Layne, Walker get top honors

The valedictorian and salutatorian are the graduates with the highest and second highest grade point averages in the senior class. VALEDICTORIAN  Winfield Layne, is the ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Report.

Students take part in parade

A procession parade for Randolph-Henry High School (RHHS) graduates was held Saturday, May 23, after a group of parents joined together to plan the celebration. ... Read more

1 week ago by Crystal Vandegrift.

Longwood announces pay cuts

Longwood University officials announced Tuesday, May 12, the university will be asking faculty and staff to take pay cuts over the coming year in an ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Alexa Massey.

Pre-K registration extended

  Registration for the 2020-2021 school year for kindergarten students will be ongoing while the pre-kindergarten registration deadline has been extended to April 30. Beginning ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Report.

Funding approved for school renovations

  Following a recent public hearing to hear comments concerning a funding request by Charlotte County Public Schools (CCPS), the board of supervisors (BOS) unanimously ... Read more

2 months ago by Crystal Vandegrift.

SGA president weighs in on Longwood’s semester closure

As Longwood students grapple with the reality that they will not return to campus for the remainder of the semester, the university’s Student Government Association ... Read more

2 months ago by Alexa Massey.

Longwood moves to teaching online for remainder of semester

Longwood University students will not be returning to classes on campus this semester. President W. Taylor Reveley IV announced in a Thursday night, March 19, ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Report.

Southside Opportunity Fund accepting applications

Applications for the annual Southside Opportunity Fund (SOF) scholarships for students headed to college or a trade/technical school will be taken through late March. High ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Report.

Northam orders all K-12 schools to close for 2 weeks due to COVID-19

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam on Friday ordered all K-12 schools in Virginia to close for a minimum of two weeks in response to continued concern ... Read more

3 months ago by Alexa Massey.

Charlotte County Schools prepare for COVID-19

Superintendent of Charlotte County Public Schools (CCPS) Robbie Mason announced this afternoon that teachers and administrators are working to create packets of review work for ... Read more

3 months ago by Crystal Vandegrift.

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