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- School Holds Bullying Prevention Week
- Herndon Girls Win Conference Championship
- A 700-year-old Legacy Comes to Vienna
- Two Vienna Students Named Semifinalists in Science Competition
- Nysmith School Students Tackle Cybersecurity in Nationwide Competition
- Alexandria: T.C. Williams Gymnastics Has Sights Set on Regional Berth
- Fairfax’s Barborek Wins All-Around at W-L Invite
- Arlington: Host Washington-Lee Wins Barbara Reinwald Invitational
- Great Falls: Langley Girls' Basketball Team on a Roll
- Bleachers, HVACs, Tile, Paving, Walls and Roofs
- A Challenge for Garza: Excessive Homework
- Letter to the Editor: Better Safe Than Sorry
- Letter: Sex Offender Serving in the House
- Letter: Colonel’s Modesty
- Reinvigorating Virginia’s Economy
- Outlook: Downtown Herndon Takes Shape
- Reston National Golf Stays the Course - for Now
- Outlook: Reston Master Plan Takes Shape
- McLean Outlook: Developing the Community
- Commentary: Addressing Sex Trafficking in Northern Virginia
The week of Jan. 12, Churchill Road Elementary School students participated in Bullying Prevention Week. Organized by school counselors Jamie Meyers and Alex Mantel, peer mediators created thematic posters and fifth and sixth grade students filmed anti-bullying skits that were aired on the morning Bobcat News broadcast.
Herndon swim and dive had senior night against Centreville on Jan. 23, with the Hornets’ boys’ and girls’ teams winning. All Herndon seniors will advance to the Conference meet Jan. 30-31.
Referred to as the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition, the Intel Science Talent Search (Intel STS), a program of Society for Science and the Public, has granted prize money to some of today’s leading thinkers and scientists, and two Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) students from Vienna are among just 300 high school seniors selected to move on to the semifinalist stage of the competition.
The Great Falls Historical Society, founded in 1977, is a relatively young organization with memories of teams of volunteers working on substantial historical accomplishments together – memories often buried or lost, but that occasionally return to view.
Maureen Loftus, executive director of LearningRx of Vienna and Reston is leading the kick-off of the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce (TRCC) job shadow program for 11th and 12th grade students of Oakton, Madison and Marshall high schools in Fairfax County, where students will shadow professionals in various industries in January and February.