With most grades back, Virginia Beach mulls how best to return remaining students to classes
Officials presented three different options on Tuesday, and none would see all students back in-person full-time this year.
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VBEA Leadership 2015-16 VBEA BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: Trenace Riggs, VEA Board [email protected] Vice President: Kelly Walker, Tallwood HS, Treasurer: Barbara Powell, Hermitage ES Secretary: Dawn Euman, Landstown HS District Directors District A: Jessica Baker, Arrowhead ES District B: Kim Robillard, Salem MS District C: Heather Sipe, Ocean Lakes HS District D: Natalie Lebo, Independence MS District E: Fran Mongin, Lynnhaven ES District F: Kate LaRoue, Tallwood HS District G: Renee Perry, First Colonial HS District H: Cameron Baker, Kellam HS District I: Carl Copon, Kellam HS District J: Charlene Olson, Salem MS District K: Kaitlin Jensen, Pembroke Meadows ES Immediate Past President: Dominic Melito, VEA Vice President, Kellam HS Uniserv Director: Shirley George, [email protected] Office/Communications Manager: Jimmy LaRoue, [email protected]
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