Each year, the citizens of Isle of Wight County make a significant investment in Isle of Wight County Schools. How is that money being used? What have benefits have been realized from taxpayer funding? This video answers those questions and shows you the results of your investment in Isle of Wight County Schools. We appreciate your support of IWCS and promise to continue delivering a high return on investment to the residents of of Isle of Wight County.Uploaded Feb 15, 2019 to About Us
Hear from students and their teacher on what they think of the new collaborative space at Windsor High School.Uploaded Sep 22, 2017
Kiyaana Jones has joined IWCS as the Coordinator of Equity and Inclusion, a new position for the division. Hear from Superintendent Jim Thornton and Kiyaana to learn more about her background and her plans for the future with Isle of Wight County Schools.
Isle of Wight County Schools was recognized by Opportunity Inc., the Hampton Roads Workforce Development Board, during its 2018 Annual Meeting and Workforce Innovation Awards ceremony, which highlighted the organization’s workforce development programs, services, and accomplishments over the past year. The meeting took place on September 26 at the Westin Virginia Beach Town Center.Uploaded Oct 10, 2018
As February commences, we take a look at the origins and importance of Black History Month in America with Kiyaana Cox Jones, Coordinator of Equity and Inclusion. Join us every Wednesday in February as we honor black history, and at the end of the month, join us for our virtual Black History Celebration in collaboration with the NAACP.Uploaded Feb 03, 2021