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Falls Church H.S. Hosts Craft ShowFLL2-Team-with-Awards

The Falls Church Jaguars are holding their 22nd Annual Craft Show with a collection of vendors and a variety of handmade items. There will be games, live music and food.

Falls Church H.S. Hosts Craft Show

The Falls Church Jaguars are holding their 22nd Annual Craft Show with a collection of vendors and a variety of handmade items. There will be games, live music and food.

Admission to the show is free. It will be held on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the school (7521 Jaguar Trl., Falls Church).

The show is sponsored by the Parent Teacher Student Association and all proceeds directly benefit Falls Church High School students.

Marshall H.S. Announces Lacrosse Coaches

The George C. Marshall High School Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Nicholle C. Harris-Depaz as its new head girl’s lacrosse coach and Andrew Freeman as its new head boy’s lacrosse coach.

Harris-Depaz was the head junior varsity coach at Marshall last spring and is one of the head coaches for the Cardinal Lacrosse League this fall. Coach Freeman has moved over to the boy’s side after head coaching the girl’s team for three seasons.

FCHS Holds Fundraising Dinner

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HAYCOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students Kunal Naik, Ryan Golant, Michael Tang, Michael Harris, Ryan Dempsey (clockwise from top left) and Jake Barnett (not pictured) won the Division I First Lego League regional robotics competition on Nov. 7. (Photo: Courtesy Jamie Korelitz)

Falls Church High School (FCHS) invites friends and families to a fundraising evening meal at Chevy’s Fresh Mex (3052 Gatehouse Plaza, Falls Church).

The restaurant will donate 25 percent of the proceeds to the school’s All Night Graduation Celebration.

The dinner is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 16 from 5 – 9 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to print the donation voucher found at www.fcps.edu/fallschurchhs/index.htm.

McLean H.S. Leaf Raking Fundraiser Kicks Off

The award-winning McLean High School Crew will raise money for the semester season by raking and bagging leaves for residences within McLean High School’s boundaries.

Four teams and chaperons will take care of landscaping hassles for $50 an hour.

The team will be hard on yards the weekends of Nov. 14 – 15 and Nov. 21 – 22. To support the team by scheduling a session, call Selena Gallagher at 703-883-1414 or Vivek Bhargava at 703-506-1530.

Marshall H.S. Marching Band Wins Invitational

The George C. Marshall High School Marching Statesmen were beaming after placing in several categories at the Mills Godwin Invitational in Richmond, Saturday, Nov. 7.

The team won first place for overall performance, visual effects, music and marching and second place in auxiliary color guard and percussion.

McLean H.S. Dance Team Holds Car Wash

The McLean High School Dance Team will be holding a car wash on Saturday, Nov. 14 at the BP gas station (1423 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean) from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. to raise money for the winter season.

Langley School Performs ‘Alice in Wonderland’

The Langley School is recreating the excitement of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” by staging a performance of the classic tale using a cast of 27 students in grades 6 – 8. Performances run for three consecutive nights, Nov. 12 – 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the school’s Jeffrey J. Sherman Arts Center (1411 Balls Hill Rd., McLean). Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased in advance at www.langleyschool.org.

Trinity School Hosts Annual Chili Cook Off

The Trinity School at Meadow View invites all to come and vote for this year’s finest chili at the annual Chili Cook Off Charity this Saturday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m, at the school (2849 Meadow View Rd., Falls Church).

Each of the school’s six classes will serve their own chili to raise money through donations.

All proceeds will go toward the support of Chuck Heidel, the father of Trinity’s art teacher. Heidel was struck by a car last August and left paralyzed. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation in Georgia.

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