Mateo Dunn proposal not to increase pay for top division leadership rejected by Board; Supervisors will influence budget.
On Thursday, Feb. 22, the twelve-member Fairfax County School Board approved the Fiscal Year 2025 Advertised Budget 11–0 with one abstention.
Calls Mountain View ‘a safe environment where I could thrive.’
Mountain View ‘a safe environment
USDA Now Accepting Applications for Veterinary Services Grant Opportunities in Designated Areas of Virginia
The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) has nominated five veterinary services shortage areas in the Commonwealth that have a need for veterinarians practicing food supply veterinary medicine.
Applications are now open for business scholarships for graduating high school seniors provided by Mount Vernon Springfield Chamber of Commerce.
Feb. 3 event is the largest indoor rowing championship.
Alexandria City High School will host more than 1,500 rowers Feb. 3 as the host site for the 2024 East Coast USRowing Indoor National Championship.
The Alexandria Chamber of Commerce CareerCon, presented by Virginia Tech Innovation Campus on Friday, Feb. 16
The perfect show to help kick off celebration of African-American History Month.
The theater students at Mount Vernon High School will put on the world premiere of the play “Tales of Anansi,” written by Prentiss Matthews III. This children’s play, inspired by African folk tales, follows a tiny spider from Africa who is sneaky and causes mischief, but also has important lessons about friendship and honesty.
Competition open to 7th and 8th grade students.
“This is a unique chance for budding historians in our community to showcase their knowledge, analysis, and writing skills.” — George Washington Legacy Foundation president Marion Moon
Titan Robotics begins 10th season.
“We have to design, manufacture, program and test the robot all from scratch on our own.” — Titan Robotics team president Charlie Sokolove
Students in Mrs. Bryant’s Grade 6 English class, Hoover Middle School
Children's Almanac — Hoover Middle, Mrs. Bryant's Grade 6
Volunteers and sponsors needed.
Volunteers and sponsors are sought for the Rise Against Hunger Food Packaging event at Aldrin Elementary School, 11375 Center Harbor Road, Reston, VA, Saturday, Jan. 20, 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; set-up at 8:30 a.m.
The Great Falls Garden Club in partnership with Friends of the Great Falls Library is sponsoring a $300 Youth Native Habitat Garden Grant to be awarded to a student in Grades 5 -11 who lives in the 22066 zip-code. Application materials will be available on Feb. 15 at the GF Library and on-line at GFGardenClub.org.
Substitute teacher wins District A school board seat.