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Highland Springs HS teacher earns national award


A Highland Springs High School teacher was among five teachers nationwide honored as a winner of the NextGeneration Leaders Program, a national initiative that recognizes emerging K-12 education technology leaders.

Andrew Neiburg, an instructional technology resource teacher, was honored, along with teachers from Alabama, Indiana, Rhode Island and Wyoming. The program is sponsored by the Consortium for School Networking and EdSCoop.

HSHS football ring drive underway

The Highland Springs Touchdown Club, a booster organization for Highland Springs High School, is working to raise money to purchase championship rings for the 2015 Group 5A state champion Springers' football team. The "bRing It In" campaign is attempting to raise $38,850 to cover the cost of 85 rings for players and coaches and 14 pendants for trainers and managers, as well as seven gifts for support staff members.

HSHS football sponsor and advertisement opportunities are available, ranging from $10 to $1,500 and custom packages. For details, e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call Angela Johnson at (804) 852-9107.

Highland Springs H.S. wins TSA state competition

Highland Springs High School’s Technology Student Association (TSA) recently had an outstanding showing at Technosphere, the Virginia TSA State Leadership Conference. Out of 39 participants, 34 students were top-ten finalists.

They finished first, second and third in Flight Endurance with students Andrew Compton, Thomas Schill and David Duke leading the way. The team swept Dragster Design with Andrew Compton in first, Paul Kirchoff in second and Austin Armstrong in third. Joseph Keegan and Calyssa Baig were second in Debating Technological Issues and Andrew Compton took top honors on the Technology Bowl written test.

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The Henrico County Community Author Showcase, a program that connects writers and readers in the community, will begin at 7 p.m. and continue on the second Monday and every Thursday of the month at various libraries. Angela Wood and Natasha Tabon will share their children’s book “The Misadventures of Tood and Taboon: Lost in the Forest” at Varina Library. For details, visit http://www.henricolibrary.org/authors. Full text

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