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AAMS celebrates 10th anniversary

Saturday, more than 200 students came out to Princess Anne High School to take part in the African American Male Summit (AAMS). Students took part in teambuilding activities, met with representatives from local colleges and businesses, and listed to keynote speaker Virginia Beach Deputy City Manager Dr. Kenneth Chandler. Read

Students shine on Signing Day

Wednesday, Feb. 1, was National Signing Day. Student athletes made their declarations of which colleges they would be attending in the fall. See some of the photos from the celebrations here.

Students encouraged to T.H.I.N.K. when using social media. Read

Cheating is serious, but many teens don't believe it

Most teens don't view cheating as a serious offense but a way to lessen the pressure to do well. Explain that though "everybody does it," cheating is wrong. Tell your teen that you would rather she earn a lower grade honestly than a higher grade by cheating. More from The Parent Connection

I’m passionate about inspiring young minds, teaching perseverance and then, watching them have those A-Ha moments, where you can tell they got it. Read

The importance of preparing future leaders in Virginia Beach  Read


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