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Junior finished with 28 goals, 16 assists during fall soccer season.
Bishop Ireton junior Joey Faddoul scored 28 goals in the fall.
Mobile classroom brings tutoring to students.
When Chris Sexton noticed her 10-year-old son was having educational difficulties, she searched for ways to help him. She found a solution in what she calls a “magic school bus.” The bus driver, and teacher, was Anne Thomas of Alexandria.
Collegiate inventors show off cutting edge technology at Alexandria conference.
At his table at the Collegiate Inventor’s Conference, Keith Hearon from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology had a variety of plastic objects on display next to a bowl full of oranges.
Alexandria Public Schools staff meet with local community to discuss the future of the budget
At a public forum on the Alexandria City Public Schools’ (ACPS) Budget, parents and local citizens split into groups and were asked what programs were needed for the children.
T.C. Williams senior Anteneh Girma competed at the state meet on Nov. 15.