The Los Angeles Review of Books called this year’s All Henrico Reads selection “a deeply personal coming-of-age story that extols the power of self-reliance and the love of books.” Author Reyna Grande will discuss “The Distance Between Us” April 11 in two appearances at Glen Allen High School.
The “delegates” found resolutions to the world’s largest issues by working together with Montessori students from Kenya, China, Cayman Islands, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Denmark, Russia, France, and more.
Henrico Schools’ Career and Technical Education program has decided that athletes aren’t the only ones who deserve to have their hard work recognized as they look to the future. The program will hold its first ever “Career and Technical Letter-of-Intent Signing Day” March 28th.
One month after the massacre that killed 17 students and staff at a Florida high school, Richmond-area students joined their peers across the country and walked out of their schools at 10 a.m. Wednesday to protest gun violence.
Children who are five years old by September 30th can start kindergarten in the fall, but first they need to be registered. Thursday, April 19th is the day for on-time registration for children in Central Virginia.