Archive for “Linwood Holton”
The CAPS meeting will take place Thursday, the 18th, in the library of Linwood Holton Elementary School, 1600 Laburnam Avenue, at 6:00 PM. Please join members of RPD, CAPS, MPACT and other City Departments to discuss issues in your neighborhoods. For more information contact: Matthew Toner, MPACT Coordinator (804) 646-1062, Matthew.firstname.lastname@example.org
This is just a friendly reminder to all that the monthly CAPS meeting for the 4th precinct is swiftly approaching. It will be held next Thursday, February 21st, at the usual time and place: 6 pm at 1600 West Laburnam Avenue, in the library of Linwood Holton Elementary School. Come on out and speak with […]
Do you know of a family in the Northside with a rising kindergartener? Or someone with children who wants to move to this area? Linwood Holton Elementary will hold two open houses this week for the families of prospective students. Please share these dates with any who may be interested: Tuesday, January 15, 6:30 – […]
The Virginia Department of Education has released their 2011-2012 school report cards. Below are the full PDF reports for Ginter Park Elementary, J.E.B. Stuart Elementary, Linwood Holton Elementary, Henderson Middle, John Marshall High: Ginter Park J.E.B. Stuart Linwood Holton Henderson John Marshall Lots of interesting numbers in there including behavioral offenses by school.
I wanted to share something awesome that will be happening next year at Linwood Holton Elementary School! I have been dreaming up a semester long, arts based, cross curricular, school wide project. I am calling it the “Kindness Wishes Project” and it will bring local artist, Chris Milk Hulburt, back to Holton to work with […]
See comments for a discussion about the proposed agenda. Thursday (June 21st), 6pm Linwood Holton Elementary (1600 W. Laburnum Avenue)
The last information session on the Richmond Public Schools’ budget shortfall (of $23.8 million) will be held at Northside’s John Marshall High School from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. this Thursday, on March 29th. These sessions are to inform the public about how Richmond Public Schools (“RPS”) spends its money and what cuts could be made […]