Culpeper Education News
Walking across the football field, arm in arm with his father Bryant and mother Rosie, Demetrius Wade acted like any other student in the Osbourn High School homecoming court on Friday night.
The home crowd wildly cheered and applauded when the public address announcer revealed Wade as the Eagles' new king, placing him with queen Alice Tran as Osbourn's senior class royalty for 2013.
"He is such a cool guy and always smiling," said senior Bailey Dufrene of her friend and classmate.
Wade, one of the most well-liked students at Osbourn, has Microcephaly, a neurodevelopment disorder that affects his learning ability and motions.
KID CENTRAL COACH: Kid Central Director Katreice Williams presents David "Coach" Richardson with a plaque in honor of his service to the childcare program as teacher, coach, mentor and friend. Photo by Marshall Conner.
Kid Central bids farewell to favorite 'coach'.
William Nalle writes about the death of General Robert E. Lee
Battlefield High School’s protracted homecoming festivities ended Monday night on a happy note for everyone in Haymarket.
Prior to the halftime festivities, many members of the homecoming court milled around with friends enjoying their special night and speculating about who might be crowned queen.
Even though finding the homecoming king required picking out one student from a group of hundreds if not over 1,000 fans, in theory, it wasn't supposed to be a needle-in-the-haystack moment.
At Patriot High School's homecoming, a group called "The Blonde Squad" helped break down social stigmas and barriers.
Services to Abused Families, Inc. (SAFE) has partnered with a number of local businesses to bring awareness to this issue.
Washington’s coaching staff probably wasn’t all that thrilled when the schedule came out and the team was slated for a bye in week five. In the normal course of events, Mike Shanahan and his inner circle likely would prefer the bye come somewhat later in the season, when, in theory at least, more of his players might be a bit more in need of a break.
ACE ATHLETE: Eastern View senior Juliana Schlunz is a strong anchor on the Cyclones volleyball team. Here she prepares to serve in a game against the Fauquier Falcons. Photo by Ian Chini.
Powerhouse volleyball player Juliana Schlunz helps anchor the Cyclones team.
Friends and teammates say the 18-year-old stabbed to death over the weekend was a member of the Woodbridge High School football team.
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