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  • our school system was designed in 1893 Join us for a conversation about reimagining schools for the 21st century.  On Monday, January 23, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. in the Robert E. Lee High School Auditorium, Staunton City Schools will present a screening of Most Likely to Succeed. This film examines the history of education in the United States, revealing the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. To see the trailer for the film visit our Most Likely To Succeed Information page.

     

     

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  • school board The Staunton City School Board meeting originally scheduled for Monday, January 23 has been rescheduled to Monday, January 30, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.  The Board will convene for a called meeting in the City Council Chambers on the first floor of City Hall. It is the intent of the Board to enter into a closed meeting to discuss and consider the final candidates for interim appointment to fill the current vacancy on the Staunton City School Board, pursuant to the provisions of Virginia Code Section 2.2-3711 (A) (1).  The closed meeting will take place in the Caucus Room located on the first floor.  Following the closed meeting, the School Board will continue in an open meeting in City Council Chambers, where the Board anticipates that it will consider the matter of the interim appointment to the School Board.

     

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    The development of the Staunton City Schools budget is a complex process and we appreciate your willingness to provide input.  All survey responses must be submitted by February 3, 2017. To lend your voice to the conversation please complete the survey by visiting the Budget Survey page.

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  • FLE icon Students enrolled in 4th and 5th grades brought a Tuesday folder letter home to parents informing them about Family Life Education classes that will be provided for 3 or 4 days depending on the grade level. Classes will begin on January 30 and end on February 2, 2017. Parents who would like to view the curriculum and materials for Family Life Education are encouraged to call McSwain Elementary to set up an appointment with the principal. If after reviewing the FLE materials, a parent chooses to opt their child out of this instruction, the Opt Out form is available from the principal.

     

     


     

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  •  Dr. Linda Reviea, Superintendent

    Superintendent's Message

    We are a school division committed to our students and providing an excellent educational program. Our teachers value the uniqueness of each student and strive to challenge them daily. Teaching engaging lessons rooted in the Standards of Learning augmented by a variety of resources makes every day critical for the achievement for our students.

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    Staunton City Schools Year in Review

    The 2015-16 school year was "A Year of Caring." Each story in the Year in Review shows the dedication Staunton City Schools has to our students, families, and the community.

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    FAMIS Student Health Care Coverage Available

    FAMIS is Virginia's health insurance program for children. It makes health care affordable for children of eligible families.

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    SRO Body Worn Cameras FAQ

    Beginning Tuesday, January 19, 2016, Staunton City Schools will pilot the use of body worn cameras (BWCs) on School Resource Officers (SROs) in Shelburne Middle and R.E. Lee High schools.

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    Robert E. Lee High School Facility Project

    One of a community’s greatest assets is its public schools – the children, their families, and the school division’s staff. The school buildings create the framework in which our students learn, our teachers teach and our support staff provide services to meet the diverse needs of our programs.

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