The University of Virginia is encouraging all guests coming to its in-person graduation ceremonies in May to test negative for COVID-19 prior to arrival in Charlottesville and to get vaccinated when eligible.
An online nonprofit directory aims to be a one-stop shop for Central Virginians looking to volunteer their time or resources. The website, called ReImagine CVA, launched March 30.
The University of Virginia announced Thursday that its fall semester will look much like those prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Charlottesville City School Board announced Friday the appointment of James H. Henderson to be the division’s interim superintendent. He will begin work June 1, following current Superintendent Rosa Atkins’ May 31 retirement.
Viewership of online local school board meetings has routinely reached into the thousands throughout the past year — a trend that school board leaders say could be attributable to the meetings’ virtual format or to controversial issues being discussed.
Cultivate Charlottesville, in collaboration with the City of Charlottesville and other community partners, has launched a 24/7 text hotline to connect central Virginians with food resources in their area.
The Charlottesville School Board has set into motion its process for finding the division’s new superintendent. The search is the current School Board’s first, as Rosa Atkins was appointed in 2006 — before any incumbent member assumed office. Atkins is slated to retire May 31. “This is really kind of a new ordeal for this […]
Charlottesville City Schools Superintendent Rosa Atkins late Thursday announced her retirement from the school division. It goes into effect May 31. Atkins’ retirement comes after 15 years as superintendent of the school division — one of the longest tenures in Virginia. “I’m so honored to have served the students, families, staff, and community of Charlottesville,” […]
One year ago today, Charlottesville leaders gathered for what would be their final in-person meeting before a yearlong shutdown. A new disease, a novel coronavirus, was swiftly spreading across the globe. On that day, there were only 17 confirmed cases in Virginia and it hadn’t yet been identified in what is now the Blue Ridge […]
When Charlottesville City and Albemarle County Public schools braced for indefinite closures as the COVID-19 pandemic approached, Shantisha Allen’s first emotion was panic. A mother of four children – three of whom attend city schools – Allen estimated her family’s transition to online schooling would last just a few weeks. But then weeks gave way to […]