Providence Elementary School’s STEM Lab was recognized as one of 24 programs worldwide as a program of excellence from the International Technology & Engineering Educator Association (ITEEA). Sponsored by the ITEEA and Paxton/Patterson, the Program Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to Technology and Engineering classroom programs on the elementary, middle or
Three Lanier Middle School Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) students and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members hosted the school’s first sock drive for the homeless. The students, Nora Farid, Jules Welch and Sami Saghir collected only socks rather than other clothing items after discovering socks are the least donated clothing item.
Erin Lenart, principal of Lanier Middle School (LMS) presented her first State of the Schools to the City of Fairfax School Board on Monday, March 7, 2016. Ms. Lenart took the helm of LMS in July of 2015 after Dr. Scott Poole left to become principal of Woodson High School in Fairfax. Ms. Lenart shared
Fairfax High School students earned all state honors this past weekend. Hannah Smith (senior trumpet player), Sarah Zotian (junior French horn player), Imogen Hendricks (senior oboist) and Keith Brown (senior bassoonist) all made all-state band. Senior violinist, Raymond Huang earned all-state orchestra and two students, senior Bobby Pazhwak and junior Hannah Hardiman earned all-state chorus. Senior
The City of Fairfax Schools and Honorary Chairman Councilmember Jeff Greenfield announces Fairfax Cares, a community event on April 30th, 2016. From 9:30-12:00, over 300 volunteers will come together at Lanier Middle School to pack 10,000 meals for students in need in the City schools. Partnering with Generosity Feeds, Fairfax Cares is the first community-wide