- School Holds Bullying Prevention Week 0 comments
- A Challenge for Garza: Excessive Homework 0 comments
- Tysons Chamber, LearningRx Kick Off Job Shadow Program 0 comments
- What do you like and dislike about the new Metro stations? 0 comments
- McLean’s Silver Lining 0 comments
- McLean Theatre Company Earns 21 National, State and Local Recognitions 0 comments
- School Holds Bullying Prevention Week
- Tysons Chamber, LearningRx Kick Off Job Shadow Program
- What do you like and dislike about the new Metro stations?
- McLean’s Silver Lining
- McLean Theatre Company Earns 21 National, State and Local Recognitions
- Great Falls: Langley Girls' Basketball Team on a Roll
- Lady Saxons Hold Skills Tournament for Special Olympians
- McLean Gymnastics Looking for Return to States
- Renovation, expansion include new gym and fitness center.
- When Dad (or Mom) Is High School Sports Coach
- A Challenge for Garza: Excessive Homework
- Editorial: Baby Steps, Not Enough
- Letter: Volunteer for the Games
- Letter: County Shouldn’t Spray Against Fall Cankerworm
- Editorial: Happy New Year
- McLean Outlook: Developing the Community
- McLean Residents Air Concerns to Legislators
- McLean in 2015: A Lot to Look Forward To
- Kathleen Murphy wins 34th District
- Parisot: Running with Purpose
The week of Jan. 12, Churchill Road Elementary School students participated in Bullying Prevention Week. Organized by school counselors Jamie Meyers and Alex Mantel, peer mediators created thematic posters and fifth and sixth grade students filmed anti-bullying skits that were aired on the morning Bobcat News broadcast.
Maureen Loftus, executive director of LearningRx of Vienna and Reston is leading the kick-off of the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce (TRCC) job shadow program for 11th and 12th grade students of Oakton, Madison and Marshall high schools in Fairfax County, where students will shadow professionals in various industries in January and February.
Tysons Corner Station riders share what they like and dislike about new service.
What do you like and dislike about the new Metro stations?
New Metro stations bring benefits, some disadvantages to McLean.
For riders and users of the Silver Line, the impact of the new stations, which opened on June 23, are on accessibility and options. Michael Caplin, executive director of Tysons Partnership, an association of business, government and community leaders, said that the Silver Line “turbo-charged the community.”
McLean High School Theatre Company (MTC) recently earned 21 national, state and local theater recognitions from the YoungArts Foundation, Virginia Thespians and DCMetrotheaterarts.com respectively. Nearly all recognized appear in MTC’s upcoming regional premiere of “Big Fish,” running February 16, 19–22 at McLean’s Burks Auditorium.