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Birdneck student builds disability awareness

New to Virginia Beach and Birdneck Elementary, fifth-grader Devin Johnson knew his peers would have questions about a disorder he’s known about all his life. He led an assembly to share more information and continues to open their eyes to his many abilities. Read.

Beach Bags
food drive

Thank you to all the community members and volunteers who supported the Beach Bags food drive Oct. 26. Food and tax-deductible donations are also accepted throughout the year. View photos.


The School Board hosted a special celebration in honor of VBCPS being 100 percent accredited. Read.

Take three steps to deal with internet cheating

The internet is a wonderful resource. But it can also make cheating easier. Make sure your teen knows that stealing is stealing whether it is taking an item from a store or someone else's work from the internet. Check your computer's browser history to see what your teen has been reading. If you find a term paper site, talk with your teen about it. And don't put so much pressure on her that she feels she must cheat. Read more here.

"I think it’s important to be positive and just spread it because then we have a positive society." Read.

Celebrating the incredible work of yesterday, today and tomorrow Read.


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