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  • Colonial Beach High School theatre presents Cinderella

    Posted on May 29, 2014 at 12:25 pm

    Cinderella

    On May 16 and 17 Colonial Beach High School Theater presented Ruth Newton’s Cinderella. They received their performance license from the Samuel French Company. In this version, Cinderella has a wicked Stepmother as well as three wicked stepsisters: Matilda, Griselda, and Francelda. Cinderella is aided by her Fairy Godmother. She gives Cinderella a coach, horses, a beautiful dress, and (eventually) shoes. At the ball, the Prince is kept company by

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  • Bank of Lancaster visits area classrooms

    Posted on May 8, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    On April 11, Bank of Lancaster representatives were in local schools sharing the national “Teach Children to Save Day” program.  Shanda Hinson met with 70 second graders at Washington District Elementary and Janice’ Ashton met with 65 first graders at Cople Elementary.

    Bank of Lancaster was proud to once again participate in national “Teach Children to Save Day.”   This annual event is sponsored by the American Bankers Association’s Educational Foundation and the Virginia Bankers Association and provides an opportunity for banks to partner with their local schools and share with students tips on how to spend and save wisely.   Representatives from Bank of Lancaster were in classrooms on April 9th,

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  • WDES students on the road and on air

    Posted on April 5, 2014 at 4:00 pm

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    The talented and gifted students from Washington District Elementary School followed up on their studies of writing and history by traveling to Fredericksburg for a trolley tour of historic downtown Fredericksburg. Later in the day, they toured the Free Lance Star and radio station WFLS. While on tour, the students learned many interesting facts about the many battles that were fought in and around Fredericksburg. One of the highlights of

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  • Literacy serenaded at Luau

    Posted on March 20, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Above, Butch Ramsey, David Smith, Ricky Wilkins, and Daniel Wallace were the musicians for the literacy luau at Washington District Elementary School. Below, Mr. Berkley signaled the way to literacy fun.

    Visitors to Washington District Elementary School were not just in store for a PTO meeting and a performance by the cute little first graders. Instead, when they walked into the building they were greeted with Hawaiian leis and were serenaded by master musicians. In addition, Mr. Pineapple was on board to welcome them to a very fun night of literacy. A literacy luau was what was in store for those

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  • Take One, Colonial Beach Elementary School live on video

    Posted on March 1, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Colonial Beach Elementary students in a classroom at Oak Grove Baptist Church

    As teachers got their new classrooms in Oak Grove Baptist Church ready, Colonial Beach Elementary School teachers, Amanda Hawranko and Libby Hudgins got the idea to video this fresh start in the making. They went from classroom to classroom asking teachers how they were feeling and capturing on video just how positive everyone was under the circumstances. After putting together the video, they sent it out to celebrity philanthropists who

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  • Mice and Motorcycles roar through WDES

    Posted on February 19, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Some of the students display their projects they created with their families.  Caleb Cave, Lily Sanborn, Juliana Stambler, and Chrissie Edmonds show off their projects.

    Imagine an entire school reading the same book at the same time. While this feat might sound impossible, Westmoreland County schools are making the impossible possible. For about seven years, Cople Elementary has implanted the All School Read program with great success. After hearing how successful the program has been at Cople, Washington District Elementary decided to give it a try. Washington District Reading Specialist Beth Scherm said, “We felt

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