British International School of Washington Last week, the British International School of Washington issued its first edition of Amplified. It replaces The Atlantic, our original school newspaper. When creating Amplified, the team’s main goal was to produce a fresh take on...
Wally is a gorgeous snow-white fellow who was rescued from the scary streets. Though he was roaming around alone, he is a very friendly and sociable kind of guy who is looking for a great place to spend his senior...
Lafayette Elementary School Spring has sprung! It’s in the air, and the Lafayette fourth- and fifth-graders were ready to dance on Friday, May 5, when the student council hosted Hollywood, The Red Carpet. The theme of the spring dance was...
Keith Knipling — a Naval Research Laboratory scientist and ultra-marathon enthusiast who serves as president of the Virginia Happy Trails Running Club — openly admits that 100-mile races “can suck.” But the source of his motivation is simple, he...
When local second-grader Sanah Hutchins wrote a letter to North Carolina-based artist Matthew Willey asking him to paint a mural at her school, she wasn’t even sure she’d get a response. She certainly had no idea that he would...
By: Elaine Bole The Palisades Citizens Association Community Fund has given a grant of $7,040 to purchase cabinets for a new Palisades History Museum to be displayed in the newly renovated Palisades Recreation Center. Committee Chairman Doug Dupin, speaking for the...
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Meet Rumple! This little guy came to the Humane Rescue Alliance looking more like a sheep than a dog, as his coat had become completely overgrown and matted prior to his arrival. After an extended grooming...
From the time Joseph Buckley was a child, he had a love of exploration and learning that would one day bring him back to teach math at Wilson High School, his alma mater. Buckley began teaching at Wilson in 2010,...
Sheridan School We've been in Kindergarten for a few weeks. In Kindergarten, you get to play games. Our class is learning to treat materials nicely. We are learning letters and numbers, and we are learning to read. Indeed, we treat...
Annunciation Catholic School Recently in the sixth-grade language arts class, we have been reading the book “Wonder” by R.J. Pacalcio. It focuses on a boy who has Treacher Collins syndrome and his experiences in school. The book has eight parts...

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