Henrico NJROTC Program Gets Its Annual Review

The Henrico Warriors and their Navy JROTC program went through their annual military inspection (AMI) on February 3, 2019. The program goes through an inspection every two years, in which the instructors and cadets are evaluated on a wide range of criteria. Not only does this include a full uniform and color guard review, but…

Two Students From 7th-grade Inventions and Innovations Class Invent “Constructo-bot”

The Hawks of Pocahontas Middle school have been busy designing and innovating their way through Mr. Gromling’s 7th-grade Inventions and Innovations class. Students presented their prototypes to the class, which included a Q&A session after presenting. Inventions and innovations included improved and affordable virtual reality glasses, a magnetic phone key for a “pop socket”, and…

Trevvett ES Students Visit The ACE Center At Hermitage

Trevvett Elementary School students visited the ACE Center at Hermitage. They were able to visit many of the classrooms and see students working on their projects. They were also able to experience what it is like working in the class by being able to do some hands-on work in many of the labs. It was…

Brooke Davis Talks About The Importance of CTE Programs

Brooke Davis is a librarian at Godwin High School and a parent of two boys. One graduated a few years ago and the other is currently at Freeman High School. She talks about the importance of CTE programs and a missed opportunity.

Amy Stills Named Teacher of the Quarter by VACU

Amy Stills, a business teacher from Henrico County, has been named a recipient of Virginia Credit Union’s Teacher of the Quarter program. Amy teaches at the Academy at Virginia Randolph in Glen Allen. Virginia Credit Union’s recognition program is for K-12 teachers who teach economics and personal finance. Click here to continue reading.