by Tim Shea | March 10, 2014
The Charlottesville School Board last week decided to rethink when the school day begins. Under a proposal prepared by staff, students in grades pre-k through four would start school at 7:50 a.m., rather ...
Meet Your Innovator - Sponsored by CBIC
by Anslem Gentle | March 10, 2014
Anslem "JR" Gentle, Managing Director, GigDog What are you innovating on right now? I am building a new way for music lovers to discover the great music that is right outside their front doors. At ...
by Effie Nicholaou | March 08, 2014
Charlottesville played host the last few days to the second biennial New City Arts Forum, in which art, food and community were discussed as necessary for a flourishing life, community and culture. The three-day event ...
March 08, 2014
Charlottesville officials have two new design concepts to mull as replacements for the Belmont Bridge. Local engineers from MMM Design presented the options Friday to a city design task force. The bridge proposals feature bike ...
Meet Your Educator
by Lisa King | March 08, 2014
Lisa King, 5th Grade Teacher, Hollymead Elementary School What is the most challenging aspect of your job? Meeting the needs of all learners with limited resources is one of many obstacles teachers encounter. What’s ...
Land Use - Charlottesville
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
At a recent parent information session at Cale Elementary, Albemarle County Schools staff introduced a proposal to pilot a dual language immersion program. The school curriculum would not change, but instruction would occur half the time in English and half ...Vote Now