Math teacher Michelle Holloway and some of her AP Calculus BC students teach math concepts to a class of fourth graders at Burning Tree ES today in celebration of Pi Day.
By Lucy Chen
After four years leading MCPS, superintendent Joshua P. Starr’s future at the helm of the school system could be in doubt.
With Super Bowl XLIX right around the corner, it’s time to take a look at the Big Game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.
Between a mistake by a travel agent that sent the trip to Dallas instead of Denver from Dulles, lots of great snow and an alcohol-related room search on the last night, the 51 students and eight chaperones had plenty of excitement on the annual ski trip to Breckenridge.
The girls basketball team crushed the 8-4 Poolesville Falcons 59-28 Wednesday, extending their win streak to an impressive 12 games and keeping their undefeated record alive.
After a relatively slow start, the boys basketball team ran past Poolesville (1-12) en route to a 71-40 victory.
Dozens of students shared the “KONY 2012″ video on Facebook today, after the organization Invisible Children premiered the video online to raise awareness about Joseph Kony, who leads the Lord’s Resistance Army in central Africa and abducts children for child soldiers and sex slaves.