The Board of Directors of the Mecklenburg Scholarship Association is presently publicizing three scholarship opportunities for Mecklenburg County students for the 2022-2023 academic school year. Students are encouraged to apply for the specif… Read more

Superintendent Paul Nichols said at the Tuesday, December 14 School Board meeting that data has shown that the no cell phone rule, part of the Zero-Tolerance Policy recently put into place at the schools, has actually been received very well. Read more

As 2021 wraps up, many people will pause to look back at the year gone by and begin planning for the one to come. Thanksgiving and Christmas focus on gratitude and hope. New Year’s Eve encourages us to appreciate experiences that have strengt… Read more

Major Andy Ezell of the Mecklenburg Sheriff's Department brought an assortment of items that were collected by the department for the third grade classrooms at Clarksville Elementary School. Accepting on behalf of the school is Mrs. forehand,… Read more

Mecklenburg County Public Schools has seen an increase in disciplinary issues over the past couple of weeks. Incidents occurring at both Park View and Bluestone Middle and High Schools have many parents and students concerned about safety. Read more

Jalan Elizabeth Dailey is the daughter of Crystal Dailey and resides in Chase City, Virginia. Ms. Wendy Thompson says “Jalan is a hardworking, kind, and intelligent young woman. Jalan’s classmates look to her as a leader and a friend. She sho… Read more

Southside Virginia Community College in partnership with DRS Imaging Services, LLC in Clarksville held a luncheon event celebrating seven DRS Imaging employees who received a career studies certificate from SVCC. 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

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