Oakridge Middle School, home of the Bulldogs, will receive their finished portraits sorted by homeroom.
“Picture day went great. We’re anxious to see the pictures”, says Cyndi Block, Picture Day Contact at Oakridge
This is Oakridge Middle’s first year as a Splendid client and Gene Moreau, Splendid’s SW Florida Territory Manger, was on-location during picture day.
“Hire a guy that worries and you know the job is going to get done right”. says Oakridge Principal Kevin Saba.
Thanks Principal Saba, for allowing us to be part of your community. Don’t you wish everyday were picture day.
The Battlefield Middle School Warriors were photographed, over two days, during their PE Classes last week.
“As always, it went beautifully,” reported one school secretary.
Battlefield Middle, located in beautiful Spotsylvania County, is known as the “Crossroads of the Civil War”. Visitors to county can visit Battlefields National Military Park, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg and Wilderness battlefields.
Spotsylvania is one of Virginia’s fastest growing counties, largely because of it location along I-95, midway between metro DC and Richmond.
Thank you Principal Sheila Smith for allowing us to be part of your school community.
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Fairfax County Public Schools received a grant of $740,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to help prevent childhood obesity and improve nutritional habits and physical activity.
The funds will be used for the Living Fit in Fairfax project, a school health approach that helps students make changes in their diet and exercise. The project supports the K-10 physical education curriculum and after-school programs.
Funds will also be used to purchase food for a new program with FCPS Food and Nutrition Services; professional development for teachers; equipment for physical activity and support for classroom physical activities.
The grant is part of the Carol M. White Physical Education Program.
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Students at Harper Park Middle School had their school portraits taken during Gym blocks earlier this week. With two helping parents at the ready and plenty of room in the gym, the picture days stayed on schedule.
Harper Park Middle School was awarded the Governor’s Award for Educational Excellence and is recognized as a School to Watch by the Schools to Watch National Forum!
It was great seeing the students getting ready for their close-ups.
Don’t you wish everyday were Picture Day!
Plenty of elementary and middle schools have enrollments large enough to require three cameras.
We love the gym if we can get it because the larger space allows us to organize the classes and move the students in and out of the photography location easier.
It helps us stay on schedule, reduce the noise and keep teachers happy.
Don’t you wish every day was school picture day!
Welcome to Battlefield Middle School, home of the “Warriors.” BMS serves the central portion of Spotsylvania County and is home to 800 students in grades 6-8. They are one of seven middle schools in Spotsylvania.
Check out the county website at http://scsweb1.spotsylvania.k12.va.us to learn more about tourist attractions and Spotsylvania County.
Simpson Faculty pose in the gym for their annual faculty photo. Principal Chad Runfola is careful to make sure the Simpson Mustang is prominently featured.
Splendid photographer Bob B. did a fantastic job lighting this shot in the gym becasue vapor gym lights create a yellow cast.
Thanks Principal Runfola for allowing us to be part of the Simpson community.
Have a great year Mustangs!
Falls Church, VA
We love Mary Eleen Henderson Middle School. It’s always a lot of fun to take their faculty group photo.
Have a great year!
We love the faculty photo!!! Adele E., Library Media Specialist, Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School