Culpeper Education News
Two local schools may be rivals on the field but they came together last week unified to support a special cause. The Student Council Associations of Battlefield and Patriot high schools co-sponsored a Charity Challenge to see which school could raise more money for the Wounded Warriors Project. Students and teachers threw in dollars and together, they donated more than $1,700 to help others.
Site of Brandy Station Battlefield gets a boost
If anyone knows how important receiving emotional support is, it would be Colleen Waller.
Discussions ongoing, money an issue
Dr. Oliver Hill, Jr. to be featured speaker
Unfunded mandates challenge schools.
Dr. Bobbi Johnson leaves at the end of school year
Local officials hope that $63,000 of state seed money and a $25,000 grant from a private foundation help grow the Carver-Piedmont Agricultural Research Center, located midway between Culpeper and Orange counties and a short distance from Madison County, into a thriving agricultural education and research institute.
See the light: Doctor on a mission. Culpeper eye surgeon takes his trade on the road mixing ministry and medicine.