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Education

  • LHS students plan dinner theatre

        Two teachers from Liberty High School have teamed up to provide a dinner and a show Sept. 26 at the Sedalia Center.

  • The fundraiser will have to wait

        Spence White and his wife Niki were supposed to spend the evening of Oct. 19 behind the counter of Rita’s serving up ice cream and other treats to students as part of a fundraiser.
        Plans have changed.
        Now the couple will be the guests of Gov. Terry McAuliffe at the Governor’s Mansion for a banquet in which Virginia’s Teacher of the Year will be named.

  • School board hires architect

        The Bedford County School Board took another step toward making a new middle school in the Liberty zone a reality.
        Thursday night, the school board voted unanimously to hire Moseley Architects to design the new middle school and the competitive gym at Liberty High School.
        “I am very confident they will do an outstanding job on this project,” commented School Board Chairman Gary Hostutler.

  • Club Z! offers tutoring option for local students

    Jennifer Whitt always loved to teach.

        So it is natural when she decided to get back into the work force after raising her children she would return to the education field. Last September she launched her tutoring business, Club Z!, based in Forest.

  • Middle school project moving forward

        The Bedford County School Board will soon be ready to hire an architectural firm to design the new middle school and the competition gym for Liberty High School.
        The number of firms applying for the job has  been whittled down to the final four, which a committee from the school board will interview Thursday. A company will be presented to the entire school board next month for final approval.

  • School system unveils new App

        The new App for the school district is available for both android phone and iPhones. Key features include providing at-your-fingertips access to lunch menus, calendar events and the latest news for both the school and the district.

  • Liberty High School marks half-a-century

        Liberty High School reached the half-century mark this year and its first graduating class, the class of 1965, is holding its 50th reunion next month.
        For members of this class, their senior year was the only year they attended Liberty and one group of them actually wear the class ring of a different high school. The students who came from New London Academy received their class rings during their junior year, and these were New London Academy rings.

  • Drivers warned to obey laws around stopped buses

        School starts on Aug. 17 and big yellow buses will be traveling the streets and roads of Bedford County on their mission to take students to and from school safely.

        The children’s safety not only depends on the bus driver’s skill and judgment, it also depends on people obeying state law when they see a school bus stopped with its red lights flashing and its stop sign extended.

  • Students will find more technology; some will have new principals

        Summer is almost history and history is almost ready to be taught once again.
        On Monday, Bedford County Public Schools will be back in session.
        “We have a lot of leadership changes,” Dr. Douglas Schuch.
        The most visible of these changes will come in school offices in the form of new principals and assistant principals.

  • Schools end fiscal year in the black

        The Bedford County School Board got some good news at its Thursday night meeting.
         According to Randy Hagler, the school division’s chief financial officer, the school division ended the last fiscal year $503,000 in the black. Hagler said this came about because the school division received $310,000 more in revenue than anticipated, while expenditures were $193,000 below what was budgeted. Hagler said the supervisors will be asked to re-appropriate this money to the school division’s maintenance fund.