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Chamber, colleges unite to create intern clearinghouse

The Greater Richmond Chamber, in partnership with the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University, recently launched RVAIntern.com, a website through which businesses in the Richmond region can recruit qualified interns from colleges and universities in Central Virginia.

The one-stop site allows employers to submit their internship needs simultaneously to seven schools. Prior to the site's launch, businesses had to visit the websites of each of the seven participating schools to post opportunities to each one.

EHBA seeks ‘Bikes for Kids’ sponsors

The Eastern Henrico Business Association (EHBA), with the help of title sponsor The Shops at White Oak Village, is working on a project to provide four bikes to each elementary school throughout the Varina District.

A total of 44 bikes and helmets will be needed to accomplish the EHBA objective of donating four bikes per school. The bikes – two boys' and two girls' bikes per school – will be displayed from late April to early May as an incentive for students to try their best on their SOL tests.

4 Henrico students win national art awards

Four art students from Henrico County won 2013 National Scholastic Art Gold Key Awards. The Scholastic Art Awards is the nation’s largest, longest running, and most prestigious recognition program for creative teenagers in visual arts programs.

Deep Run robotics team moves on to world competition

The Deep Run High School robotics team, Blue Cheese, recently won the Chairman's Award at the North Carolina Regional FIRST Robotics Competition in Raleigh, N.C. – earning the event's highest award.

Deep Run competed against 54 teams from across the United States and Europe. The Chairman's Award represents the spirit of FIRST and honors the team that, in the judges’ estimation, best represents a model for other teams to emulate and embodies the goals and purpose of FIRST.

Supporters seeking funding for Henrico HS title rings

Supporters of the state champion Henrico High School Warriors boys' basketball team are raising money to purchase championship rings for the team, which defeated Northside rival John Marshall to win the title earlier this month.

The school and school system do not budget for such expenses, so the purchase of rings requires other funding.

Deep Run Marathon Dance breaks $1M mark

Deep Run High School's annual dance marathon is now a million-dollar event.

After 27 hours of dancing this past weekend, event organizers have revealed that since its inception, the Deep Run Marathon Dance (DRMD) has raised a combined total of $1.1 million. This year alone, after months of fundraising and planning, the dance raised $243,855.

HCPS wins national ‘20/20 Vision’ contest

Henrico County Public Schools recently was named the grand prize winner in a nationwide video contest sponsored by Edgenuity, a leading provider of online and blended learning solutions. The school district will receive a $5,000 technology grant to extend online and blended learning solution capabilities to additional students.

Henrico County’s winning video (http://www.edgenuity.com/2020visionwinners) addresses the way that technology is driving personalized learning and tailored instruction that bolsters student performance and understanding.

Tucker HS participates in teen driver safety contest

J.R. Tucker High School in Henrico is one of five Virginia high schools competing in a pilot teen driver safety video contest launched by the American Traffic Safety Services (ATSS) Foundation.

The schools are currently preparing 30-60 second public service announcement videos that will highlight the use of seat belts, unplugging from distractions (cell phones, texting) while driving, obeying posted speed limits and a variety of other safe driving habits.

Henrico fifth-grader seeks regional spelling bee title

Henrico seventh-grader Aditya Kannoth will seek his first regional spelling bee title when he makes his fifth consecutive appearance in the event March 9 at the Library of Virginia in Richmond. Kannoth, a student at Moody Middle School, finished second in last year's event. He has won five straight Henrico County spelling bees.

Thirty students will represent school divisions from across the region as they compete for the title. Each speller has already won a series of bees (classroom, grade level, school, division) in order to advance to the regional bee. Spellers range in age from seven to 14. The youngest competitor is Nicole Frye, a seven-year-old second-grade student representing Dinwiddie County.

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