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The funding will help kids in Virginia and Maryland access free meals during the current school closures.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of families across the country. As the virus continues to spread, states continue to invoke stay-at-home orders, prompting students to resort to virtual lea…
We asked the staff behind My Perfect Read at Fairfax County Public Library for children's book recommendations for your kids' summer reading lists.
Arlington photographer Matt Mendelsohn is giving Yorktown seniors a spirit boost with his photo essay that aims to remember the class of 2020.
Claudia Romeo was in her first year teaching before COVID-19 cut it short. Here, she shares her experience teaching her fourth grade class virtually.
We spoke with the Flint Hill School, a private college preparatory school in Oakton, to find out how staff and students are adjusting to the current education climate during COVID-19.
From exploring to participating in family game nights, here are our tips and tricks for keeping kids academically healthy and engaged without daily schooling.
Whether they’re remote learning or you’re just trying to keep them occupied with crafts, here are a few ways to add some extra organization to their own little space.
Whether you are looking for a fun project for an at-home lesson with the kids or just need something to kick your boredom, these kits will keep everyone entertained for hours.
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