Though the improvised “receptacle” could very well be the result of an already stuffed red bin reserved for cardboard directly behind the piles.
The new equipment will provide both physical and mental obstacles for students to increase strength, improve flexibility and agility and enhance balance, just as is done on the popular TV show, “American Ninja Warrior.”
The City of Falls Church will commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by declaring Monday, Jan. 20, a Day of Service and supporting and promoting civic engagement across The Little City.
The event will be held from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18, and admission is free.
Fifth grade GIVE Day ambassadors were at Mt. Daniel Elementary School at the end of last week to explain the activity to the kindergartners, first and second graders, and share with the students the ways they can participate.
Absentee voting for the Mar. 3 Democratic presidential primary election begins today, Friday, Jan. 17.
Greg Anderson was elected the new chair and Shawna Russell the vice-chair of the Falls Church City Public School System’s board at its meeting Tuesday.
With the upcoming departure of Kevin Clark to Yorktown High School, George Mason High School principal Matt Hills announced Maria Sneed will serve as interim assistant principal for the remainder of the school year.
Interested attendees are encouraged to come to the meeting location, the Glory Days Grill at Barcroft Plaza (6341 Columbia Pike, Falls Church) for a meal and to meet fellow members. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m.
The victim was bitten on the leg while attempting to break up the fight, however, the other dog owner left without giving their information.