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Students learn about careers they are interested, including some of the less exciting aspects.
Schools, Arts, Love It
Talented students, an inspiring teacher, and a dedicated faculty and PTO put on an ambitious production for the community.
Area high school students are invited to meet representatives from the nation's service academies.
Exhibit on display through April at GWU's Ashburn campus.
Four projects selected for the Intel International Fair in May.
Schools, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Job Fairs in Leesburg and Sterling provide opportunities for Loudoun's young job seekers to connect with employers looking to hire.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Community-minded, family focused school, formerly called Winnie the Pooh Preschool, has taught children in Loudoun for 43 years.
Schools, Local Connections, Awareness
Middle school students donned chefs hats and baked on behalf of those in need.
Schools, Local Connections, Public Safety
Some question decision not to close or delay schools, school rep says snow came too late for delay.
Ryan Hitchman, who started the job Jan. 2, shares information about his background and his plans.
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