jump to example.com
newsletter linked in

Governor’s School Open House today

Edited by Chris Graham
freepress2@ntelos.net
 

The Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School in Fishersville will host an open house today from 6-8:15 p.m.

The event will offer a variety of performances, readings, art exhibits and demonstrations, science presentations and poster sessions, senior project displays and class demonstrations.

“Our open house is designed to give the community a unique, exceptional look at the work and accomplishments of our students,” said Linda Cauley, director of the Governor’s School, which is located on U.S. 250 in the Valley Vocational Technical Center. “All SVGS staff and students will participate, and we hope the community comes out to join us for what we think will be a fun and informative event.”

The SVGS is a program for gifted, talented and highly motivated students that serves some 180 11th- and 12th-grade students from Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County. Eleven full-time and many part-time adjunct instructors work with the students.

For further information, call 540.245.5088, or visit the SVGS Web site at www.svgs.k12.va.us.

 
Top Stories
a

Voting third party: Why you’re wasting your vote

One thing I know you don’t like is hearing somebody like me tell you you’re wasting your vote if you vote for a third-party candidate.

Augusta County standoff ends with arrest, charges

An Augusta County man faces charges after a standoff with sheriff's deputies ended peacefully early Monday.

Viewpoints: WVPT to launch weekly series featuring Chris Graham, Crystal Graham of AFP

WVPT will premiere a new weekly TV news show, Viewpoints, with co-hosts Chris Graham and Crystal Graham, on Wednesday, Aug. 3.

Innovative Refrigeration Systems adds 100 new jobs in Augusta County

Innovative Refrigeration Systems announces it will invest $1.6 million and create 100 new jobs over the next three years.

Ms. Angie’s Fund: Salvation Army to honor long-time case worker

Angie Engleman – Ms. Angie to so many in Waynesboro and Augusta County – is retiring, sorta, kinda, from The Salvation Army after 33 years.

 
Discussion
 
Recent News

AFP Business

Your One-Stop Media Shop

Augusta Free Press LLC provides clients in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia and beyond with marketing and PR solutions including web design, magazine/brochure, TV/radio, social media and overall marketing campaign design and implementation.
 

Advertise

Get information on readership and advertising online with us.
.

AFP Classes

Augusta Free Press offers a series of hour-long classes on website design, marketing strategy, social media, event planning and more.
.

Web Design

You want a new website, but don’t have the first clue as to how to build one. That’s our job. Get your business online for as little as $1,299.
.

Graphic Design

Whether you need a fresh business card design, rack card, ad, flyer or full magazine design, we can help with all your graphic-design needs.
.

Marketing/PR

Augusta Free Press manages advertising campaigns for small- and medium-sized businesses across Virginia. You don’t need to hire a full-time marketing coordinator. Bring the experience of the Augusta Free Press team to work for you – for a fraction of the cost.
.

Search Engine Optimization

The prettiest website in the world is like a tree falling in the forest with no one there to hear it. If your website hasn’t been search engine optimized, no one is going to see it or hear it – and it’s not going to work for you.


Video/Audio

Web videos, TV and radio commercials, DVDs – Augusta Free Press LLC has you covered when it comes to video and audio production.
.