Three Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) teachers and the Technology and Engineering Education program at Fairfax High School have been recognized for excellence by the Virginia Technology and Engineering Education Association (VTEEA).
McLean schools get ready for new school year.
With summer dwindling to an end and back-to-school commercials overriding television screens, the staff and students of McLean elementary schools are preparing for the start of this upcoming school year.
Camp teaches children engineering principles.
Sure, LEGOs are great to play with, just for fun. But they can also be used to teach children real-world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture.
Local services help students complete college paperwork, remove barriers.
LaQuita King relocated across the state from Chesapeake, Va., to Alexandria in the summer of 2013, moving into an apartment with her aunt and three cousins. King had just graduated from high school and was looking forward to taking classes at Northern Virginia Community College. So far, that hasn’t happened.
Nysmith School challenges students at the level they are ready for.
To those families whose K-8 children are now or previously were enrolled at The Nysmith School for the Gifted in Herndon, the school combines exceptional academics with “serious fun” to create an environment in which the children are motivated to stretch to their limits and maximize their potential.
Full-day Mondays the biggest change in a new school year.
With the first day of school, Sept. 2, approaching --elementary schools are hard at work preparing for the new school year.
Springfield teens Meghan Holub and Danielle Triebwasser were two of 23 girls selected from across the nation to participate in a Girl Scouts Destinations program in Costa Rica and Panama where they assisted community projects in remote indigenous villages and contributed to conservation efforts protecting endangered sea turtles along the Caribbean Coast.
Q and A on upcoming school year with local elementary schools.
This upcoming 2014-2015 school year, local elementary schools have much in store for students, especially with the full Monday schedules. The Connection takes a look at three elementary schools as to what parents and students can expect come September.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-10) announced the 10th District’s Class of 2018 appointments to the nation’s service academies, as well as those selected for Academy prep schools.
Terraset Elementary school book mobile gives out free books.
Several times this summer, a blue Mazda brimming with books has circled Reston’s neighborhoods.
Jessica Kachadorian, 12, from Leesburg, won Student of the Year in Colorado Springs, Colo. while representing LearningRx in Reston.
More than 100 offerings, from art and cooking to safety and writing.
Fall is just around the corner and the McLean Community Center (MCC) has developed a bounty of classes and activities to greet the new season.
Service academy appointments and Herndon MOMS club.
Service academy nominations and blood drive.
Next fall, students in Springfield will join a growing movement of innovative science achievement and learning in Virginia. Teachers from Keene Mill Elementary were selected to join a year-long, free professional development project designed to change the way science is taught in schools across the state.