Online registration for the county lottery for Fairfax County Public Schools’ two-way and world language immersion programs will open on Wednesday, February 1.
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Project BEST (Building Excitement for Science and Technology), a nonprofit organization comprised of students who attend Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, is hosting its fifth STEM conference for students in grades 6-8, ScI2YC (Science Innovation and Inspiration Youth Conference), on Saturday, March 17.
Fairfax County Public Schools recommended Family Life Education materials to support instruction are available for community review from Thursday, May 10, through the close of business on Friday, June 8.
Recording artist and Emmy award-winning composer Mark Wood, an original member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and creator of the Viper electric violin, is bringing his music education program, Electrify Your Strings, to Spring Hill Elementary on Thursday, May 10.
Research completed by Rocky Run Middle School teacher Jamie Sawatzky on World War II hero Major John N. Apperson was scheduled to be published on ABMCeducation.org on Veterans Day.
More than 100 eyewitnesses to pivotal moments in U.S. history will gather under one roof on Friday, June 9, when Rocky Run Middle School hosts iWitness to History, an opportunity for its students to meet and interview eyewitnesses to historical events.
South County High School and Marshall High School will celebrate Black History Month and the contributions of African Americans at a number of events throughout February.
Seven Fairfax County public schools have been named recipients of 2017-18 Healthy Kids grants from the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia.
May 16, 2017
Global problems and real world solutions—that’s what students at Falls Church High School have been working on through their English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes as they tackled a weeks-long inquiry-based project.
Twelve educators from Fairfax County Public Schools earned recognition as new National Board Certified Teachers, and 20 educators renewed their certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards during the 2017-18 school year.