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27 PPS students earn an associate’s degree ahead of graduation
27 PPS students earn an associate’s degree ahead of graduation
Updated on 05/11/2022
Congratulations to the 27 Portsmouth Public Schools (PPS) seniors who were honored Monday night at Tidewater Community College’s commencement ceremony. 
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Tara Cuffee named PPS Citywide Teacher of the Year
Tara Cuffee named PPS Citywide Teacher of the Year
Updated on 05/05/2022
Tara Cuffee, a music teacher at Cradock Elementary School, has been named the Portsmouth Public Schools (PPS) Citywide 2022 Teacher of the Year. 
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Churchland High School again makes national ‘Best High School’ list
Churchland High School again makes national ‘Best High School’ list
Updated on 04/26/2022
Churchland High School has once again made the U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best High Schools in the nation. Churchland was selected after an analysis of its student performance data, including math, reading and science state assessments, college-level exams and graduation rates. 
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W. E. Waters Middle School strives to meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of all students to prepare them for success. The school, parents, and community work in partnership to develop academic excellence, social responsibility and personal integrity in our students.

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