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VDOE officials visit Warhill's Pathways Program

VDOE officials visit Warhill's Pathways Program

Just three months into the first year of Warhill High School's Pathways Project, officials from the Virginia Department of Education stopped by to check in on its progress.

Virginia's Secretary of Education Dietra Trent and Deputy Secretary of Education Holly Coy joined the Superintendent of Public Instruction Steven Staples and Ted Dintersmith, creator of the education documentary "Most Likely to Succeed," to tour the Pathways classes Wednesday morning.

The program was created with the College of William and Mary using two $50,000 VDOE innovation grants. After applying from all over the county, 100 freshman were enrolled in the program's pilot year.