Clarksville Elementary’s teachers and staff dressed in pink Friday, October 8 to honor Principal Ann Dalton. Pictured are several teachers and staff members adorned in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Read more

Clarksville Elementary’s teachers and staff dressed in pink Friday, October 8 to honor Principal Ann Dalton. Pictured are several teachers and staff members adorned in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Read more

Like many college students, Darleen Ferguson has exciting plans for her future. But unlike many of her classmates, Darleen has already overcome the challenges of navigating a decades-long career path. She has also experienced the rewards that… Read more

Several buses arrived late to Chase City Elementary on the first day of school due to transportation issues including parents dropping children off for the first day even though they were not registered as car riders. Read more

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Families Embracing Autism Together (F.E.A.T) was recently awarded a Microsoft Community Empowerment Fund grant. With the grant, F.E.A.T. hopes to create an inclusive employment opportunities within Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. Read more

Take a look at your surroundings. Are you inside your home, office, or classroom? Are you at a coffee shop? Perhaps you are in a waiting room or sitting outside on a porch or near a garden. Read more

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There have been possible outbreaks of COVID-19 at three of the eight schools in the county. Mecklenburg’s case load has surged since the first week of September with over 200 new cases reported since September 1. Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools Superintendent Paul Nichols opened a video message to students, staff, and parents by saying that this year will be very different from the last. Read more

Shaun Phelps, a student in the Industrial Maintenance program at Southside Virginia Community College, will complete his Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at the end of the 2021 summer semester. The occasion marks a significant milest… Read more

Superintendent Nichols reviewed the updated Virginia Department of Health and Virginia Department of Education guidance policy for reopening schools for the 2021/2022 school year at the Monday night School Board meeting. Read more