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During Monday’s meeting, the board received a presentation from ArcBridge Consulting regarding the five options developed to address student enrollment and available classroom space within each elementary school. Dr. Jim Carroll, chief operations officer, then shared the recommendations from the stakeholder committee charged with evaluating the consultant’s plans.

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The York County School Division is currently conducting an Instructional Materials Review (IMR) for adoption of K-5 literacy program materials. The next step in this process involves inviting interested families and community members to review the recommended instructional materials and provide feedback. The school division will offer two in-person locations for families and community members to review the student and teacher instructional materials.

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Our panther students had a super charged fun and instructional week! Our kindergarteners enjoyed Holly Forks Farm on Friday and Mr. Williams' fifth graders went to the James River Association's docks to board a boat and explore ecology. The Makerspace was busy with our fifth graders building and programing a device to knock over an object with invisible atoms. This is hard to picture but the team work and end product was fabulous!

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Panther News - September 18-22

We had an incredible week with our students!  It is hard to believe that we are starting our fourth week of school.  Our panther cubs are learning our character traits and showing that they are learning routines and procedures.  Our character trait this month is Self-Control.  We've been reaching out to you with some positive office calls to report great things.  I want to thank our parents who have shared wonderful insights on the start of our school year.

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