Subsidy is Too High, Scale ‘George’ Back Editor, I’m writing in support of the continuation of the George on a scaled back, more self-sufficient basis.
TJHSST Students Finish in Top Ten at Talent Search Two students from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) finished in the top ten in the country in the 2009 Intel Science Talent Search.
Having heard the recommendations of City Manager Wyatt Shields Monday to address the current economic crisis with a combination of layoffs, program cuts and a small tax increase, the Falls Church City Council must now wrestle with how to play the annual budget balancing act game in the context of […]
Vice Mayor Assails Remarks By Snyder Editor, As the City of Falls Church enters into what is perhaps the most difficult budget cycle in its history, what is needed is a deliberative process that is fully responsive to the unique challenges presented by the current economic downturn.
Mason Student Wins Second Place In Poetry Contest Julia Douglas, a student at George Mason High School, won second place in the Poetry Out Loud Competition on March 5 at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.
GMHS Winner Advances in Shakespeare Competition Miles Butler, a junior at George Mason High School, won his school’s competition to advance to the English-Speaking Union (ESU) Washington’s 20th annual Shakespeare Competition at the Lansburgh Theatre in Washington D.C. Monday.
Says ‘George’ Bus Offers Many Benefits Editor, Falls Church City is contemplating eliminating the George bus given the current budget situation.
Area Swimmers Move on to Regional Tournament At their AAA National Division Swim meets held last week, J.E.B. Stuart High School’s boys swim team claimed first place.
Marshall H.S. Hosts Curriculum ShowcaseGeorge C. Marshall High School will host its first Curriculum Showcase Night on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. Students enrolled in grades 8-11 at Marshall are welcome to attend with their parents, along with citizens who reside in the Tysons Corner area.
Local Students Win Arena Stage Competition Sarah Congress of Hayfield Secondary School and Scott Evan Anderson of George C. Marshall High School have been named winners of the Arena Stage 2009 Student Playwrights Project Ten-Minute Play Competition.