It didn’t take long for Fairfax to assert its new identity against Langley Tuesday night. The Rebels flew out of the gates like a rabid pride of lions hungry for a kill, their relentless full-court pressure punctuated by a one-handed jam from high-flying transfer Tyler Barton. To read the entire article, see here.
Providence ES welcomes back the Fairfax Academy of Dance performance of “The Mixed Nut”. The Mixed Nut features selections from the original Tchaikovsky Nutcracker score as well as the Duke Ellington jazz rendition. The performance is a contemporary take on the classic, fusing the tradition music with contemporary jazz and hip hop. The performance will include
Daniels Run ES held their second annual ‘Hour of Code” week, exposing students to computer engineering programs. Working in pairs and teams, students collaborated to work within a video game. The program is sponsored by Hour of Code, joining students around the world. For more information, please see the article in Fairfax Times, or visit
The City of Fairfax December CloseUp reviews student honors, Providence’s RICU program and links to City schools in the news. To read the entire CloseUp, please see here. To subscribe to CloseUp, please send an email to Carrie.Dorsey@FairfaxVa.gov.
The City of Fairfax School Board honored over 100 students at its December Regular School Board Meeting. This winter, we honored outstanding students, groups and teachers for exceptional work. Here are just some of the awards we presented: FHS Cheer for 3rd Place at State Championships 19 FHS National Merit Commended Scholars 18 National AP Scholars First Place Region Cross Country Alex Maguire Lanier Middle School