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USDA Now Accepting Applications for Veterinary Services Grant Opportunities in Designated Areas of Virginia

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) has nominated five veterinary services shortage areas in the Commonwealth that have a need for veterinarians practicing food supply veterinary medicine.

Essays from Cooper Middle School

Mrs. Bovenzi

Children’s and Teens’ Connection

Orange Hunt Elementary School

Sixth Grade, Teacher: Brenda Patrick

Children’s and Teens’ Connection

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Five Frame Story, A Diorama in MineCraft

Children’s and Teens’ Gazette

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Capacity Challenge at McLean ES Forces Boundary Changes

Staff recommends Scenario B to school board.

Fairfax County Public School staff has recommended to the school board Scenario B for the boundary adjustment to provide capacity relief to Kent Gardens Elementary School in McLean.

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Paul VI Annual Food Drive Collected Huge Amounts of Food for Food for Others

Hunger Action Week has drawn to a close, and the St. Paul VI Catholic High School community is celebrating success in its annual food drive benefiting Food for Others.

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Inaugural ‘Let Me Run’ 5K in Great Falls

It was an inspiring Saturday morning Nov. 4 as Great Falls Elementary hosted the inaugural "Let Me Run” Elementary 5K Race.

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Westfield High’s Cappies play is ‘Miss Holmes’

What if Sherlock and his assistant were women?

Detective Sherlock Holmes and his assistant are both literary legends. But in Westfield High’s upcoming Cappies play, they’re portrayed as women, for an intriguing new spin on the story.

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Female Olympic Rowers Break Barriers to Win

Centreville High presents ‘Girls in the Boat’

Centreville High’s upcoming play, “Girls in the Boat,” tells the stories of the U.S. women’s Olympic rowing team as it breaks down barriers for women in sports and eventually wins its first gold medal.

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"The Snowman in Concert"

"The Snowman in Concert" is back at James Madison High School.

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Fairfax County Investing in Electric School Buses

Diesel school buses will be gone by 2035.

Electric bus slide

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Fairfax High Presents ‘Romeo and Juliet’

A fresh, new take on a classic love story.

Featuring a cast and crew of nearly 60, Fairfax High is presenting “Romeo and Juliet.” But this version is set in a different time period than the original and has a surprising amount of humor.

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Woodson High Presents New Play, ‘The Trials’

Poses serious questions about climate-change responsibility.

Woodson High’s new play, “The Trials,” is set in the near future, when the climate emergency is worsening and all adults who’ve adversely impacted the climate are put on trial.

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Exercising Democratic Rights to Reduce Cafeteria Waste

A group of students from Great Falls Elementary and Cooper Middle Schools collected over a hundred signatures for a petition on reducing cafeteria waste. They then delivered the petition to Congressmen Gerry Connolly and Don Beyer’s offices on Sept. 1.

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