Nick Feight of Battlefield High School was selected as the Cedar Run District’s Baseball Player of the Year through a vote of the district’s coaches. Battlefield’s Jay Burkhart was named Coach of the Year
Skunks eat stink bugs.That kind of figures, doesn’t it?That obscure environmental factoid was one of the many bits of knowledge dispensed to Belmont Ridge Middle School students during an Earth Day celebration on April 22nd.
Briar Woods Independent Science Research students Moustapha Ouattara, Ashkan Abousaeedi, Eric Rothacker, Jed Alcantara, Kaelin Davis, Maha Siddiqi and Pushpak Pondugula were finalists in the Robert H. Herndon Memorial Science Achievement Competition on April 11th.
The Festival Singers, 160 students from the Little River and Horizon elementary schools’ fourth and fifth grade choruses, traveled to Kings Dominion on Saturday, May 4th, to compete in the annual Festival of Music in the theme park’s Action Theater
The Potomac Falls High School Guitar Quartet added yet another achievement to its list of distinctions as the ensemble performed May 2nd at the Millennium Stage of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Deng Chol, one of the “Lost Boys of the Sudan,” will be the featured speaker during the awards ceremony for the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Social Science and Global Studies Academic Awards and Celebration.
Yearbook editors Ashley Jackson, Katie Pownall and Christina Sanders represented the 2012 Saga staff when they accepted a Gold Crown from Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) the organization’s 89th annual Scholastic Convention.
Rolling Ridge Elementary needs a new outdoor track, so nearly 120 students, parents and staff members walked miles around the existing track on April 26th as a kick-off for a series of fund-raisers planned to pay for the construction of their new facility.
Dr. Kenneth Towbin, the chief of clinical child and adolescent psychiatry Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the National Institute of Mental Health, will speak from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16th, at the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Administrative Offices in Ashburn.
The Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA)-Loudoun Campus is inviting students from various grade levels to participate in hands-on, robotics camps that focus on science technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts.
Monroe Technology Center (MTC) has named the top students in each of its programs for the third nine-week grading period. Awards were given for participants in both “A” and “B” days (some programs meet on only one day).