The Falls Church City Public Schools annual Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Employee of the Year award program.
Students are participating in a nationwide computer hacking contest. Computer sciences teacher William Snyder is advising the Mason team. The competition is sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University and the National Security Agency.
8:15 p.m. – Regular Session (City Hall) + Recognition of the Scholastic Bowl, GM Girls Basketball, GM Boys & Girls Swim and Robotics teams + EPED Assignments + Advisory Committee Appointments + Approval of Tuition Rates + VRS Resolution + Approval of 2nd Reading and Adoption
The kids at Thomas Jefferson Elementary were recently jumping around a lot at school. But we did not have ants in our pants. We were jumping to be healthy. To learn about living a heart healthy life all of the
To welcome the Chinese New Year, the second grade at Thomas Jefferson Elementary recently got to enjoy “China Day.” It was a great way to start the “Year of the Snake.” Students moved from one classroom to another trying different
Recently some of the George Mason High School creative writing class students had the opportunity to join in a Skype conversation with film producer/director Spike Jonze. Here’s a recap of that activity.
GMHS’ chapter of Amnesty International rescently sponsored Jamnesty, a Battle of the Bands, with all proceeds go to support Amnesty International. The event is meant to help educate the community on worldwide issues involving human rights as well as
Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School held its Quarter 2 Husky Chef Competition for the 7th grade Family and Consumer Science (FACS) classes this week; and the two winners have been announced… Congratulations to the Caribbean Crew (pictured left; 3/4 A)
School Board Meeting – VIEW AGENDA 7:30 p.m. – Work Session (City Hall) + School Board Organizational Protocol 8:00 p.m. – Closed Meeting (City Hall) + Personnel 8:05 p.m. – Regular Session (City Hall) +