Nominations sought for REB Awards

The Community Foundation is seeking nominations for its REB Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership, which provide recognition and cash grants for outstanding local principals.

The annual awards identify, recognize and support leadership excellence in the Richmond area. Honorees receive an unrestricted $7,500 cash grant and $7,500 to be used for school initiatives. Principals from public schools in Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and the City of Richmond are eligible. Nominees should have served in their current positions for at least three years.

Nominations from students, parents, colleagues, school personnel, administrators and the community at large are invited. Nominations should take the form of a one- to two-page typeset letter describing the nominee’s distinguished educational leadership. The letter may be accompanied by as many as three one-page letters of support. Principals may not nominate themselves.

Nominations must be mailed and received by 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 to:

REB Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership
The Community Foundation
Attn: Susan Hallett, Vice President, Programs
7501 Boulders View Drive, Suite 110
Richmond, Va. 23225

Emailed or faxed nominations are not accepted.

For details, contact HCPS Human Resources Specialist Leslie Traylor at (804) 652-3671 or visit http://tcfrichmond.org.
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McShin Academy expanding to St. Joseph’s Villa


Two Lakeside-area nonprofits are partnering to create what is believed to be the first recovery high school in Virginia.

The McShin Academy will be a joint effort of the McShin Foundation (a recovery community organization based at Hatcher Memorial Baptist Church in Lakeside) and St. Joseph's Villa (a 183-year-old nonprofit on Brook Road that provides a variety of services for children with special needs). > Read more.

Reynolds CC dedicates student center


Reynolds Community College recently celebrated the dedication of the Jerry and Mary Owen Student Center, named for longtime supporters of the college who have made numerous investments in it.

Jerry Owen served on the Reynolds College Board from 1984 to 1988, and he and his wife support the college’s scholarship fund and created an endowment for the Reynolds Middle College, which helps students earn a high school equivalency and transition into a degree or workforce credential program. > Read more.

Capital One sponsors ‘Coders Experience’


Capital One hosted its “Coders Experience” event in Richmond and a number of other state locations Oct. 14. The events attracted hundreds of middle school girls, who learned how to create their own mobile apps, hone problem-solving skills and gain software development knowledge. A second day of Coders Experience events will take place Oct. 21. More than 500 Capital One volunteers are participating in the 10 events. > Read more.

Hermitage band member named All-American


The U.S. Army All-American Bowl Presented by American Family Insurance Selection Tour will visit Hermitage H.S. Oct. 19 to recognize Truman Chancy as a 2018 U.S. Army All-American. Hermitage High School will honor Chancy before his classmates, bandmates, family and friends at the high school’s band room during band practice, and he will be presented with his honorary All-American Marching Band jacket. > Read more.

Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week: Oct. 16, 2017


This week, Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers is asking for the public to assist the Richmond Police Department in the identification of wayward artists that were using buildings as their canvas.

In the early morning hours of Sept. 14, four people were recorded on security cameras vandalizing multiple properties in the area of the 2500 blocks of West Main Street and Floyd Avenue. The suspects (pictured) were walking north on Robinson Street and spray painting the properties as they meandered along. > Read more.

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The 25th Annual Math Science Innovation Center Chip In for Education Golf Tournament will be held at The Golf Club at the Highlands, beginning at noon with a shotgun start. The cost is $600 for a foursome or $700 for a foursome plus sponsorship of one hole. Other levels of sponsorship and participation also are available. The event includes a putting contest and boxed lunch. Prizes will be awarded for closest to the pin on two holes; longest drive - men; longest drive - women; straightest drive; and longest putt. The event is sponsored by the Virginia Credit Union and benefits the Math Science Innovation Center in Henrico County. To register, visit https://mymsic.org/index.php/news/golf or call (804) 343-6525. Full text

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