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The committee designated John B. Cary, Summer Hill, Bellevue and either Fisher or Southampton elementary schools as being “repurposed.” That means the building could potentially be used for other reasons, like housing specialty schools or special needs children. [...] Under the committee’s recommended plan, John B. Cary Elementary would dissolve, sending its students to nearby [...]
The October 2011 issue of Richmond Magazine ranked the region’s middle schools (Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Powhatan, Goochland, New Kent, Hanover), and puts Albert Hill Middle School 21st among the 38 schools analyzed (PDF) (and #1 in Richmond).
The RTD provides a look at the 2 candidates (Maurice Henderson and Cherrelle Hurt) in the upcoming special election to fill the river-straddling 5th District School Board seat vacated by Betsy Carr.
The Virginia Department of Education today released on-time graduation numbers for the state, schools systems, and individual schools for the class of 2010. For this class, Richmond Public Schools had an on-time graduation rate of 72% and a cohort graduation rate of 74.6%. The state-wide on-time graduation rate was 85.5%.
Fan of the Fan has a little bit about the upcoming election: Those of you in the city’s river-straddling 5th District will be voting for a School Board member in just over 6 weeks. The 2 candidates are Maurice Henderson and Cherrelle Hurt.