Several white athletes were seen pinning down black peers and making racially-charged remarks in a video posted to Snapchat–a story that is now making national headlines and evoking calls for a federal civil rights investigation.
School principals from Henrico, Chesterfield, Hanover, and the City of Richmond are eligible for the $15,000 grant–half of which must be used for educational initiatives.
The school system is seeking highly energetic college graduates to provide small group intervention to students in kindergarten through third grade with demonstrated deficiencies in early reading skills.
The event is free to attend, but donations will be accepted to benefit Henrico County’s Christmas Mother program.
Participate in a bookmark contest, book swap, a party, and more at the Museum District library.
Volunteers simply need to visit their chosen classroom and deliver a treat to the teacher three times over the course of the school year.
The school system held two similar job fairs in September but still seeks additional qualified applicants for the open positions.
If you’re a registered voter living in the Seventh District who has a passion for local education, you can apply to fill the seat left vacant by Nadine Marsh-Carter following her resignation, but you only have until September 29th.
Highland Springs High School English teacher Greenlee Naughton was congratulated by Governor Terry McAuliffe at a surprise announcement Monday at the school.
HCPS is holding two job fairs to interview candidates for bus driver and school nutrition worker positions–both full-time and substitute roles. Additionally, the school system is also seeking math teachers at the middle school and high school levels.