Venturing to the end of the science wing at George Mason High School, tucked neatly up a short flight of stairs, one comes across a classroom plastered with stoichiometry equipment, glass beakers and periodic tables. Sitting towards the rear at her computer is a teacher, mindfully glancing at an e-mail […]
Students and faculty at Falls Church High School have a new principal, after the school announced the hiring of Cathy Benner. Benner, formerly of Centreville High School replaces Janice Lloyd, who retired in November of 2007, as the new permanent principal as of May 1, 2008.
I’m terrible at golf but I love the game with a passion.
Mary Brewer Barkley, a retired school teacher, ventriloquist, and role model without equal on how to best live one’s senior years creatively, died of congestive heart failure on Friday, February 8, 2008, at Goodwin House Hospice in Falls Church. She was 98, just two months shy of 99.
There stood Miss Mask, with Midnight Special, the women’s quartet in which she sings, belting out “In the Still of the Night” before a crowd of more than 100 adoring fans. Her red sequin dress sparkled and shimmied along with the beat Saturday night in the ballroom of the Tysons […]
A high school just inside the Washington, D.C., beltway in Northern Virginia gained national notoriety last week when Hollywood star Ben Affleck showed up as the keynote speaker for its graduation.
At 5 p.m. today at the D.A.R. Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., the George Mason High School Class of 2007 will be graduated, and the commencement speech promises to be memorable. Michael Hoover, the head of the English Department, classroom English teacher, adviser to the senior class and to the […]
WASHINGTON — The highly touted federal “No Child Left Behind” Act is flawed and needs overhauling.
Jerry Ziskind, retired first grade teacher at Mt. Daniel Elementary School in the City of Falls Church died last Sunday, Dec. 10, at his home after a courageous battle with bladder cancer. He was successfully treated for a sarcoma in his left arm in 2003, and was diagnosed with bladder […]
Show business is a tough world. It is a truism that actor Reed Meschefske has learned quite well during his extensive time in the field. However, it is that fact that has him so thrilled to take over as the Head of Theatre at Falls Church High School.