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Education

  • Morgan leaving SRHS; Cornett to serve as acting principal

        The leader of Staunton River High School will be heading north soon.
        Dr. Michelle Morgan has accepted an administrative position with Fairfax County Public Schools, placing her closer to loved ones, according to a news release from the school system.
        Dr. Morgan has served as the school’s principal since 2010 and has been with Bedford County Public Schools since 2005. She is a graduate of Staunton River High School.

  • Budget work begins

        The first public hearing on the upcoming school budget will be held this Thursday, Feb. 5, in the school board conference room, at 7 p.m.
        This year’s budget season is likely to be much like the past few, as the board has to crunch dollars and make decisions on raises, technology upgrades, healthcare premiums and school operations. There will be plenty of decisions the school board will have to make when it comes to spending the dollars it will receive.

  • LHS students show determination to raise funds for a new sign

    By Olivia Watts

    SCA Reporter

        The Liberty High School student body continues to raise money for a new digital sign for the front lawn.

  • Hostutler elected School Board chairman

        On a 4-2 vote Thursday, District 4 representative Gary Hostutler was reelected chairman of the Bedford County School Board for the upcoming year.
        The vote took place during the board’s organizational meeting.

  • Redistricting plan changed to work with parents' requests

        Bedford County’s school board adopted a zoning plan, Thursday night, that distributes students from Thaxton Elementary School to other schools after it closes at the end of this school year. The decision was made after a public hearing.

  • BSTC installs Honor Society officers

        Bedford Science and Technology Center (BSTC) installed its National Technical Honor Society officers for the current school year.

  • Cavalier Theatre among the state’s best

        Jefferson Forest High School’s (JFHS) Cavalier Theatre went to Charlottesville, Monday, for the state championship competition in theater.

  • Garrett speaks at Take Your Legislator To School week

        Delegate Scott Garrett spoke to Jefferson Forest High School’s government class, Friday, as part of Take Your Legislator to School week.

        Garrett began talking about Friday night’s football game, got them laughing, and then pointed out how this technique allowed him to get an audience’s attention and build rapport in eight seconds. He was then able to hold their attention through his presentation, tossing in humor and asking the students’ questions.

  • Interactive haunted house promises unique approach

        Liberty High School theater students are preparing what they call an interactive haunted house. Actually, according to Shayna Crews, the high school’s theater teacher, it’s more like interactive theater.  People from the audience become part of the story.

        “There will be spooky things   happening   here,”Crews promised.

  • Credit Union, school team up at JFHS

        Students at Jefferson Forest High School can take care of some basic financial transactions at the school’s new student-run Credit Union branch at the school cafeteria.