The school board recognized several local students for their achievements at its most recent meeting in James City County.
Williamsburg-James City School Board met Tuesday night in James City County. Five board members were present. Stonehouse district representative Holly Taylor was absent and the Powhatan seat remains open. Here's some highlights from this week's meeting: No one commented during a public hearing...
With $2.9 million less in state funding as well as less from the federal government, W-JCC Schools are already in the hole before they start looking at mandates and priorities for local schools.
New glasses from EnChroma helps a colorblind teen from James City County see the full color spectrum of the rainbow.
The division's new board, down by one member, had its first retreat Saturday to talk about W-JCC Schools budget and prioritize funding needs for the division.
Five local students developed a high school math application called Math-IO
Williamsburg-James City County School Board met for the first time in 2016 and elected its officers.
A teacher, guidance counselor and then School Board member, Elise Emanuel worked in the W-JCC school division for 46 years