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World Language Textbooks For Local High Schools Available For Review

Books (free clip art)

Books (free clip art)

Press release from Culpeper County Public Schools:

Culpeper County Public Schools will be adopting Spanish, German and French textbooks and is seeking input from students, parents, teachers, and other community members. The textbooks will
be available for review at each middle school and high school from May 11 through May 15, 2015. Spanish I textbooks are available at both middle schools, and all other world language textbooks are available for review at both high schools. Please check in with the receptionist at the school’s main office for the specific location of the textbooks. An evaluation form will be available for comments. The completed evaluation forms will be submitted to the Textbook Selection Committee, and the feedback will be used in assisting the committee with its final recommendations to the School Board for approval.

The Virginia Department of Education determines the schedule for approval of specific content area textbooks as based on the seven-year revision cycle for the Standards of Learning. This is the review and adoption year for world language textbooks. For further information, contact Linda Bowers, Division Curriculum Specialist for World Languages, at 825-3677, or e-mail her at
lbowers@culpeperschools.org.

Third Annual Law Enforcement vs Teachers Youth Sports Benefit Being Held

Law Enforcement vs. Teachers Youth Sports Benefit 2014

Law Enforcement vs. Teachers Youth Sports Benefit 2014

Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office will hold its third annual Law Enforcement vs. Teachers Youth Sports Benefit Game Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 7:30 pm at Eastern View High School.

The teachers won the 2013 and 2014 games, and Culpeper’s law enforcement will be looking to break their streak in this year’s friendly basketball game that supports summer football, soccer, and baseball/softball camps coached by CCSO employees for local children aged five to 16. The goal of the camps is to teach our local youth skills for on the field and off, with an emphasis on teamwork, sportsmanship, and respect.

This year’s opening act will be a CCHS versus EVHS game at 6 pm. Alex Caruso performs the National Anthem at 7.

Student admission is $3; adult admission is $5; children under five and children who wear their Culpeper Sheriff’s Youth Sports Camp t-shirt from previous years get free admission. All proceeds benefit the CCSO Youth Sports Camps.

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