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Superintendent Paul Nichols kicked off the School Board meeting on Tuesday, February 16 with the recognition of the MCPS Super Staffers and Perfect Teacher Attendance for the month of January. He also presented the School Board members with c… Read more

The Thyne Institute was a private faith-based institution run by the United Presbyterian Church of North America. The students who attended the school paid their own tuitions. The school began under the teachings of Reverend John Ashenhurst i… Read more

In 1935 parents, teachers, grade students, and a few administrative public school staffers saw the need for a high school in the western part of Mecklenburg County, Virginia.  Mr. Lawrence O. Quallo, the principal of the Averette Grade School… Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools will be hosting a Pre-K, Head Start, and Kindergarten Registration event on Friday, March 5 from 9:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. Please wear a mask and follow COVID-19 guidelines and precautions. Register your child in … Read more

On January 26th, Southside Virginia Community College in partnership with Presto Products held a socially distanced event celebrating seven Presto apprentices who received a career studies certificate for completing the Presto Electrical Appr… Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools has continued their new tradition of honoring outstanding staff members during a school year full of uncertainty. The MCPS Facebook page has posted announcements throughout the month of January detailing the … Read more

The Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC) is still here to serve you, and is now enrolling for its Spring 2021 classes. Opportunities for enrollment are available in IT Fundamentals+, Welding, HVAC, Automation Technician and OSHA1… Read more

Virginia continues to administer the COVID-19 vaccine as 84.7% of the first doses have been administered. Only 26% have received the second dose of the vaccine. Not included in the total vaccine count is the Federal Long-Term Care Facility Pr… Read more

January is National Mentoring Month, an observation led by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, with support from the Highland Street Foundation. Read more

The Board of Directors of the Mecklenburg Scholarship Association is presently publicizing three scholarship opportunities for Mecklenburg County students for the 2021-2022 academic school year. Students are encouraged to apply for the specif… Read more

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On Thursday, December 10, the Mecklenburg County Public School system made the decision to change all students to a virtual learning format before winter break in light of the drastic rise in county COVID case numbers. Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools began the tradition of celebrating outstanding staff members from each school in the district at the beginning of this school year. Each month, the Mecklenburg County Public Schools Facebook page posts announ… Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools shifted to full remote learning on Thursday, December 10th due to significant increases in local COVID-19 cases. Anticipating a post-holiday surge of cases, MCPS took the additional precaution of planning to … Read more

A policy change allows the Mecklenburg County School Board can award verified credits towards a standard or advanced diploma in reading, writing, math, science, and/or history/social sciences. The locally awarded verified credits awarded to s… Read more