The Danville School Board on Thursday approved five administrative appointments.
Danville Public Schools officials, meanwhile, say they do not have similar updated information despite reporting a percentage months ago.
Report from citizens to City Council found teaching city's children should be focus.
In all, 500 computers were to be given away to Danville and Pittsylvania County students.
Hampden-Sydney College and Bluefield College received nearly identical emailed threats that were later determined to be hoaxes as well.
As of 12:45 p.m., authorities reported there's no indication it was a legitimate threat.
A lack of available staff was cited as the reasoning behind the move.
Staff members at both schools are quarantining as part of COVID-19 protocols.
It's program trains people in cloud process for Amazon's program.
“I’ve never walked away from a challenge,” she said.
The teachers' concerns went, largely, unrecognized by the board.
Superintendent Mark Jones says the current notification system is appropriate.
The Virginia Department of Health recommends teachers receive the vaccine.
Dominion Energy is a big player in the offshore project for which these students will be trained.
George Washington High School sports start Monday. County schools are still waiting.
Grades preschool-six return on Monday. All others will return one week later, on Jan. 11.
On Friday, the dashboard showed 34 total cases since Nov. 9.
The National Weather Service in Blacksburg placed Danville and Pittsylvania County under a winter weather advisory from midnight to 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Averett University held its December commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday to honor 354 graduates from three graduating classes of 2020.
A motion to return virtually after winter break was voted down 4-3 on Tuesday.
The motion failed by a 4-3 vote.
Danville Public Schools confirmed on Tuesday morning that three more staff members in the school system have tested positive for COVID-19.