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Committed to Peacemaking

Student Peace Awards of Fairfax County reception honors activists and advocates.

Suraya Sadeed said hearing more than 20 stories of students promoting peace in and out of their schools made her believe “there is still hope for a brighter future.”

County Moves to Restore Tobytown Cemetery

Restoring historic cemetery in Potomac

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World Language Day Showcases Student's Skills

World Language Day

School's Out

City schools close after teachers take day off.

Women take the Day Off in Alexandria

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National English Honor Society Inductees

T.C. Williams High School held its annual induction ceremony of the school’s chapter of the National English Honor Society (NEHS) on Jan. 31.

Rotary Club Bestows Meritorious Educator Awards

Lake Braddock Secondary teachers David Wickham and Jennifer Celko have each been honored by the Rotary Club of West Springfield with the organization’s Meritorious Educator Award.

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Solar Cooking

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Astronaut Tells Elementary Students To Reach For The Stars

“Find your dream.”

Former NASA Astronaut Sandy Magnus visited Chesterbrook Elementary School in McLean for National Engineers Week on Thursday, Feb. 23.

Rotary Club Donates Books to John Adams Students

Alexandria West Rotary Club donates books

Browne Names New Administrator

Bryan Jackson will become the new Head of Lower School at Browne Academy, effective July 2017.

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Fairview Elementary Student Artists Visit Richmond

Fairview Elementary Student Artists Visit Richmond

Looking Towards the Future

Mountain View High holds winter graduation.

Mountain View High is a school of second chances, and its students make the most of them.

'Well Earned and Well Deserved'

Mountain View High presents special awards

Black Lives Matter Banner Removed at Yorktown

School Board and administrators refer to “safety first” as rationale for removing banner.

Yorktown High School administrators asked African-American students who had put up a #Black Lives Matter (BLM) banner to take it down on Thursday, Feb. 8, according to William Lomax, assistant principal at Yorktown High School.

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A Night to Remember in Arlington

School Board promises action as they hear some students do not feel safe.

They walked to the podium: black, white, Latino, student, teacher, parent. They talked about two signs: one saying “Black Lives Matter,” the other saying, “Patriots know: science is real, facts are not political, women’s rights are human rights, we are all immigrants, diversity strengthens us, justice is for all, kindness is everything.”