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Donna M. Power

Superintendent

Colonial Beach Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (804) 224-8080

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Email: d***@***.net

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Colonial Beach Public Schools

16 North Irving Avenue

Colonial Beach, Virginia,22443

United States

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Mathews County Public Schools


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Summer Youth Camp

www.colonialbeachfoundation.org [cached]

Colonial Beach Schools Superintendent, Donna Power was there to assist by transporting all of the packs, pillows and equipment the campers brought for their adventure.


Contact - Colonial Beach School District

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Dr. Donna Power
804-224-0906 Superintendent dpower@cbschools.net


www.journalpress.com

Colonial Beach Superintendent Donna Power announced Thursday morning Oct. 11 that she has accepted another superintendent position in Page County Public Schools.
She will remain in Colonial Beach until Nov. 30.


www.cbschools.net

Dr. Donna Power
Superintendent


www.journalpress.com

Colonial Beach Superintendent Donna Power announced Thursday morning Oct. 11 that she has accepted another superintendent position in Page County Public Schools.
She will remain in Colonial Beach until Nov. 30. Due to Mr. Michael Shumate's background in business, marketing and IT, the Colonial Beach High School will be able to offer dual enrollment classes at the high school next year and seniors will also be able to attend college classes at Rappahannock Community College due to Power's creative solution to transportation. You can call them Learning Cottages or Modular Learning Centers, but if you call the new Middle School Mod Pod "trailers," Superintendent Donna Power said jokingly, she will kick you out! Power, beaming with pride, addressed a large crowd of teachers, parents, school board members and a few students at the dedication ceremony held on Monday. Middle schools students walked into the new school on Jan. 3 with open, trusting arms according to Power, who has fielded questions from middle school students asking if the 100 year old building that was shut down due to damage will still be their school. Power tells them, "It will always be your school! Power warns parents that the future is uncertain for the old building but assures them the school board and staff are doing everything they can to see if it can be restored to its former glory by working with FEMA and historical experts. Power said building mandates and time constraints were challenging, but the teachers worked during their Christmas vacation to ready the building for students returning from break, adding that the Town of Colonial Beach including the Mayor, Council and Town Manager Val Foulds, have The Colonial Beach School Board learned at the January meeting, when Superintendent Donna Power presented the first draft budget of the upcoming 2012-2013 school year, that the school may be facing a possible $292,823 budget shortfall due to stimulus money ending or declining.


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