Ileana Rios of Beech Tree Elementary School, a veteran educator for over 18 years, shares why it’s important to keep your students engaged and enriched throughout the summer.
Although families won’t be able to enjoy Wolf Trap’s programs in person this summer, they still have plenty of opportunity to access the organization’s educational tools online.
The new online portal is designed to help families and communities from around the world discuss how racial identity and racism shape American society and culture.
Find curator-led exhibit explorations, writing workshops for students, live chats on mental health and so much more this month from the Smithsonian Institution.
Put down the screens and gather around the couch to listen to family-friendly stories.
Are your kids indulging in a little too much screen time? Encourage a break from the devices with these fun and challenging books that will keep them occupied.
The funding will help kids in Virginia and Maryland access free meals during the current school closures.
Although kids won’t be able to head to the campus for on-site learning, there are still over 80 online summer camp options for ages 5 and up.
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…
Arlington photographer Matt Mendelsohn is giving Yorktown seniors a spirit boost with his photo essay that aims to remember the class of 2020.