Safe Community Coalition welcomes Dr. Madeline Levine to discuss parenting tips, student stress.
The Safe Community Coalition welcomed bestselling author Dr. Madeline Levine to the Alden Theatre Tuesday, Nov. 19, to speak on successful parenting techniques.
Fun Run attended by all grades called a success.
Dranesville Elementary School in Herndon had a fun run fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 15, with students from third grade through sixth grade gathering at 9:15 a.m.
Imagine a tiny world, smaller than the eye can see. Imagine it hurtling through space with no direction. Imagine this little planet, and know that it is possible. By just thinking, anything is possible. Herndon High School masterfully illustrated this power of imagination in their rendering of "Seussical the Musical."
High School Diplomats program for rising juniors and seniors is a cultural exchange experience
Every September, as long as I can remember, I have written the age old paper titled "What I did last summer." I have always dreaded this assignment to the point that I would ask my parents in May about our plans for the summer, hoping there might be something special to report in September.
On Nov. 19, the Air Force Strolling Strings performed at Vienna Elementary for students.
McLean’s community service group meets needs during the busiest time of year, and year round.
This time of year it is not uncommon to worry about meals, entertaining visiting relatives, or finding the time to shop and decorate. But for some members of the community, the worries are more basic.
First Lego League (FLL) Team Positive Aftermath from Great Falls took home the 1st Place Grand Champion Award at the Regional First Lego League (FLL) Competition for Division 2 at Thoreau Middle School held on Nov. 10.
The NOVA 94 Basketball 4th Grade Girls Team won the 4th Grade Boys Championship title in the Little Legends Basketball Fall Season on Nov. 12.
Kickback with a warm beverage and enjoy the show. Great Falls Studios (GFS) sponsors a continuing schedule of exhibits in the conference room at Starbucks Great Falls Center, 9863 Georgetown Pike.
W.T. Woodson High School’s production of ‘Into the Woods’
“Careful the things you say. Children will listen.” While we all want to tell our children to live happily ever after, such dreams are not always that simple. In W.T. Woodson High School’s production of “Into the Woods,” what started out as an innocent amalgamation of fairy tale characters became a powerful story of resilience, responsibility, and letting go of the people we love.
Naval JROTC cadets train at Parris Island, S.C.
Members of the Herndon High School Naval Junior ROTC got a chance to train in the same place as members of the Marine Corps for 48 hours, experiencing life at boot camp firsthand.
School brings Montessori education with emphasis on ‘mindfulness.’
More than 25 years ago, Mary Anne Duffus was almost at the end of her rope. She was chasing her dream of opening her own Montessori school, but after searching at multiple local churches for space, she couldn’t find one that would work.
Westfield High presents Shakespeare’s comedy, ‘Twelfth Night.’
A love triangle, comedy, colorful costumes, plot twists and swordfighting — it’s all there in Westfield’s production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.”
Not everyone in Fairfax County has enough food to eat. And many students receiving free and reduced-price lunches in school go hungry over the weekend.
The Boy Scouts’ annual Scouting for Food drive was Saturday, Nov. 9.