The History of Education in Middlesex County
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777 Gen. Puller Hwy.
P.O. Box 121
Saluda VA 23149
Hours: Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.and others by appointment
|This robust presentation traces and illustrates the multi-faceted and fascinating evolution of public education in Middlesex County from its genesis in the late 19th century to the present. Numerous colorful and historic exhibit items, loaned by county residents, showcase and commemorate the people and places that constitute the history of
Middlesex education during the past 140 years.
|The exhibit reflects the growth and development of public education throughout America through the lens and timeline of milestone county events, especially the integration of Virginia's schools. The museum has codified and brought to life this chronicle, making it highly accessible to all.|
|MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE ATTEND THE OPEN HOUSE FOR THE NEW EXHIBIT|
| Monroe Jarvis, former School Board Chairman, is accompanied by his daughter, Kim. They are speaking with Middlesex County Schools
Superintendent Rusty Fairheart and Middlesex
County Museum Board Director Barbara Lovelace.
|Robert Crump enjoys refreshments with his wife. In the background, Middlesex County Museum Board President Richard Shores talks with Dr. Charles Williams, who has donated many interesting objects to the museum.|