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Free Summer Meals for Kids – Because Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation

Free Summer Meals for Kids – Because Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation

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FCPS Students Earn Honors at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

From Fairfax County Public Schools:

Nine students from Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) won awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, held last week in Los Angeles.

Winners included:

2011 Graduation Information

2011 Graduation Information

Fairfax County Public Schools have posted a graduation schedule with location, time, date and school.

Twenty-Eight FCPS Teachers Earn Certificates for Participation in Kennedy Center Arts Program

From Fairfax County Public Schools:

Twenty-eight Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) teachers have received certificates of study for their participation in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Changing Education Through the Arts (CETA) program.

Teachers in the CETA program participate in workshops led by artists and arts educators, learning how to integrate the arts in their teaching through programs designed to meet their needs, interests, and experience. 

The following FCPS teachers received 2011 certificates of study:

Arbor Day at Sycolin Creek Elementary School in Leesburg

Arbor Day at Sycolin Creek Elementary School in Leesburg

Some students at Sycolin Creek Elementary in Leesburg helped to celebrate Arbor Day by planting two Kwanzan Cherry Trees in the front of the school on Friday, April 29th. 

The trees were donated and planted by Sunrise landscape + design.  The owner’s children attend Sycolin Creek Elementary School, and each year, Joe Markell and his children---older brother Dillon and twins, Alyssa and Russell---use Arbor Day as a fun occasion to share an important message with classmates: give back to the community and also to the earth. 

Pictured are students in Mrs. Gore’s first grade class, along with Sharon Keegan-Coppels, Principal of Sycolin Creek Elementary School.

Home Built by 90 FCPS Students is Part of this Weekend's Parade of Homes

Home Built by 90 FCPS Students is Part of this Weekend's Parade of Homes

For 40 years, students in the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) residential construction program have been building houses as part of the partnership between FCPS and the Foundation for Applied Technical Education, Inc. (FATE). This weekend, the 18th house in the series will be part of the Northern Virginia Parade of Homes. Parade homes are open from 1-5 p.m. on April 30 and again on May 1. 

Stratford University, Woodbridge Campus (Potomac Mills) Hosts 2011 Health Awareness Fair

Stratford University, Woodbridge Campus (Potomac Mills) Hosts 2011 Health Awareness Fair

Stratford University, Woodbridge Campus (Potomac Mills)
Hosts 2011 Health Awareness Fair

WHO:       
Stratford University

WHAT:   
2011 Health Awareness Fair

There will be a Health Awareness event held, hosted by Doctors Express and Stratford University. The event is aimed at helping to educate the public about health care services, careers, and education opportunities in the health care field, as well as presenting ways the community can get involved and live a healthier life. The free event is open to the public and will feature health-related exhibits, information, and prize giveaways. There will also be free health screenings and demonstrations.