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WEIGH IN ON THE FUTURE OF VBCPS
Throughout the past two months, VBCPS staff has held focus groups, met with a variety of business and community organizations and monitored the submissions to the Virtual Town Hall site on vbschools.com to gather a list of priorities regarding the education of Virginia Beach students.
Now, an online survey, which incorporated the information gathered, has been developed. Here, students, teachers and community members will be able to indicate which ideas or concepts they feel are most relevant and necessary for the future of VBCPS.
Don’t miss the opportunity to weigh in on the next strategic plan. The online survey will go live on April 21 and will be open until May 9. For more information about the planning process, or to access the online survey, visit http://www.vbschools.com/compass/beyond/index.asp.
GREEN RUN RANKED IN THE TOP 9 PERCENT
The Washington Post released Monday its annual list of the most challenging U.S. public high schools and all 11 Virginia Beach City Public Schools' (VBCPS) high schools earned a spot. VBCPS also is the only division in Hampton Roads to have all of its high schools rank in the top 9 percent of the near 22,000 public high schools in the nation.
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CLASS OF 2016 BOOK DRIVE NEWS
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This year's Gradfest will be held at Princess Anne Recreation Center on June 12th from 11:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Ticket Prices are $35.00 now until April 11th. Click the Announcements link for more information.
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