Roanoke County to allow student-athletes to play outside of the county
Roanoke County student-athletes will now be able to play games outside of the county. The school board unanimously approved that decision in an emergency meeting Wednesday morning, reversing its decision from last week to only allow competition with other schools in the county. Roanoke County student-athletes will now be able to play against other sports teams outside of the county. AdThe decision was made during a Roanoke County School Board special meeting on Wednesday morning. The decision is a reversal of the board’s decision last week, which was to allow competition between schools within the county.
Roanoke County Schools community meeting planned for Wednesday
ROANOKE COUNTY (WSLS 10) - Windsor Hills District school board member Jason Moretz and incoming Cave Spring District member Mike Wray will be holding a South County Community meeting at Cave Spring Middle School on December 2, 2015 at 6 p.m. This meeting will give the community to meet Mr. Moretz and Mr. Wray as well as address any comments or concerns. Roanoke County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Greg Killough, will be in attendance.