The past two years have been transformational for Falls Church City Public School classrooms to say the least.
In this video, George Mason Instructional Technology Coordinator Steve Knight compares where we were two years ago, and where we are today in terms of technology in the classroom.
For a campaign that lasted less than two weeks, Mason students, faculty and the GM SCA Community Outreach Committee pulled together one of the best campaigns (Share the [G] LOVE) Mason has seen yet.
The bike club is calling all students with that old beat up bike that they might have in their garage and are willing to donate it on December 14. This will be the second collection of the year and happen at GMHS’s campus.
There are no criteria for donating bikes, just as long as its ride able or somewhat close to ride able,” said senior and Bike club leader Vincent Le. These bike donations are going to go to a country in Africa for kids who have to walk more than five miles to school every day.
For students who don’t have a bike to donate, and would like to donate money toward the cause are encouraged to do so. It would benefit the bike drive greatly, because the cost to ship a typical bike is about $20 per bike.
Mason’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) conducted its annual induction ceremony to welcome yet another group of new members. This year’s ceremony was held in the auditorium, and as the evening progressed, 44 students officially became a part of NHS; adding to the 37 active members.