Senior named to Army All-American Marching Band.
Not only is Gabe Luebbe a talented and accomplished musician, but he’s now been named a member of the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band.
Microsoft volunteers join the school community effort.
On Saturday, Nov. 2, more than 150 volunteers from Microsoft joined the non-profit Monkee See-Monkee Do (MSMD) at Lynbrook Elementary as the Lynbrook Leprechauns became the beneficiaries of a miracle school makeover.
Beyond the Page Theatre Company of West Potomac High School takes the stage Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. for the first of five performances of “Avenue Q: School Edition.”
School district works toward later start times for high schools.
Would you send your teenagers to school or put them behind the wheel after allowing them to down two or three alcoholic beverages?
Robinson presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
Horror, romance, music – and a hungry, man-eating plant – they’re all in Robinson Secondary’s production of "Little Shop of Horrors."
On Oct. 9, Churchill Road first and sixth graders, along with members of Girl Scout Troop 1588, banded together for the first official community service activity of the school year.
Last May a flame was lit for a very special undertaking when the students at Forestville Elementary attended a showing of "Honor Flight," a documentary based on the lives of four WWII Wisconsin veterans and their trip to see the memorial built in their honor.
iSchool for the Future practices STEM and SEL learning.
Students at Forestville Elementary School were the first to experience the rewards of a new hands-on science program currently being implemented by iSchool for the Future, a nonprofit organization based in Great Falls.
The Hunter Mill District Office is rallying the Reston community to contribute to their Support Our Troops project. The office is teaming with South Lakes High School, along with help from Reston Youth Association, and Reston Soccer Association, to bring a taste of home to a unit of 78 soldiers and sailors serving in Ghazni, Afghanistan.
Dads, grandpas, uncles and male role models all came to school with their sons and daughters Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Lake Anne Elementary School.
Herndon High School graduate Sarah Kain Gutowski has published her first chapbook of poetry, "Fabulous Beast: The Sow," a cycle of 19 poems in the form of a fable.
As many have become aware, the Fairfax County School Board’s budget discussions for the 2015 fiscal year have begun early. It is unfortunate that it has taken a combination of a $140 million deficit and demonstrable efforts by FCPS’ new Superintendent Karen Garza to bring full attention of the stakeholders, including the School Board, to education policy and funding.
Addition features reading garden, new blacktop, reading benches.
Students, parents, teachers and administrators at Colvin Run Elementary School celebrated the opening of their new playground Wednesday, Oct. 23.
Karen Garza speaks at Sunrise Valley Elementary School.
New Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Karen Garza visited with parents and teachers at Sunrise Valley Elementary School Monday, Oct. 28, as part of her listening tour around the county.
Sidharth Muralidhar, 13, writes “For Love of Country—What Patriotism Means to Me.”
Sidharth (Sid) Muralidhar, 13, of Great Falls is being honored Oct. 17 for winning first place (gold) for his essay, “For Love of Country—What Patriotism Means to Me,” a contest sponsored by the Fairfax County Public Library System. He will receive $100 and a certificate at a reception at Robinson Secondary School.