Students and faculty of Bullis School celebrated Founders Festival Week Oct. 19-23 in honor of the 90th birthday of the school’s founder.
Physical exercise and home safety reduce risk
One of the leading causes of fatal injuries in older adults is falling.
School Board members face sensitive voting items.
The week of Oct. 19 held important information for Fairfax County Public Schools families.
As a toddler, Anila Angjeli was given a small device that displayed endless mesmerizing symmetric geometries when seen through light.
Mad Science Expo inspires STEAM learning
With social distancing measures in place, hundreds of future astronauts, scientists, mathematicians and engineers turned out Oct. 17 at The Watergate at Landmark for the fourth annual Spooky Mad Science Expo, an event to combine Halloween and science learning projects.
Newspaper headlines on March 13 broadcast “Breaking News: Arlington Public Schools Closing Monday Through Spring Break.”
Month-long celebration focuses on engaging families in reading, writing and literature
It’s a line from the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, that is at the heart of the literary philosophy of Anne Briggs, web services and communications librarian at Montgomery College Library.
Main Street Child Development Center helps both students and parents.
Main Street Child Development Center provides affordable childcare for low-income families in Fairfax City and Fairfax County.
Black and Hispanic students twice as likely to be disciplined with suspension all the way back to elementary school.
Black and Latino students are disproportionately affected by routine school discipline, suspensions, and by arrests in Montgomery County Public Schools.
Newest proposed merit lottery admissions policy fuels concern.
Top-level discussions concerning proposals by Fairfax County Public Schools leaders and School Board members to increase the population of underrepresented students of color at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) have flown fast and furious the last four weeks.
Fall brings with it the promise of change, falling leaves, shorter days, and cooler weather.
Private schools received up to $3 million more in stimulus than public schools.
Private schools in Alexandria received significantly more federal stimulus money than public schools, according to data from the agencies that doled out the cash.
FCPS has distributed more than 3.1 million grab and go meals since schools closed in March.
Change is the way of life for 2020, and the Holy Child annual Tiger Trot changed with the times.
Fairfax County Federation of Teachers releases survey results.
Staff at Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) are overwhelmingly uncomfortable with returning for in-person instruction, given the incomplete information about the implementation that has been currently shared, according to a report released by the Fairfax County Federation of Teachers (FCFT) on Oct. 6 during a press conference.