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YOVASO Safari: Leading the Pack for Safe Teen Driving at JMU July 14-17

The four-day, three-night retreat offers educational and hands-on activities designed for freshmen-senior teens who want to learn how to be safer drivers and passengers, as well as teens who want to train as leaders for youth traffic safety.

Cedar Point first-graders get passports

First-graders at Cedar Point .
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Elementary School in Bristow take their passports and "visit" other countries. Shown here are Cedar Point's first-grade teachers: Andrea Morgan, Bridget Kiernan, Beth Fredette, Nancy Kulak and Chrissy Johnson

Bristow Run literacy night welcomes characters

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T. Clay Wood Elementary School, which opened in September, held its first literacy night on Dec. 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The nightwas considered a success by Principal Andrew Buchheit, shown here with Dr. Seuss’ Grinch and Norman Bridwell’s Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Indian dancers performed at Glenkirk

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Courtesy photo. More than 300 people attended the Nadanalaalya Dance School’s third annual performance at Glenkirk Elementary School, featuring classical and traditional Indian costumes and choreography. The event was coordinated by Beverly Byer, Glenkirk Elementary teacher, and directed by Vasunthra Saravanapavan, dance school founder and teacher.

Patriot PTSA gets in step

The Patriot High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is making a pioneering effort. PTSA committees started forming last spring and met through the summer to be ready in time for the Nokesville’s school opening in September 2011.

Alvey’s Sunrays giving shines on the community

Students and staff at J.W.
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Alvey Elementary School in Haymarket hold an annual fundraiser to help others locally, nationally and internationally. Here, Principal Candy Rotruck sits with current students in front of a mural of nonprofit Traditional Housing Barn, one of the many charities students have helped.

Flags for first-graders waves on

Jim Brock and the American Legion provide flags for first-graders throughout Prince William County public schools.

Gainesville Middle teachers have a ball

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Stability balls help Gainesville Middle School teachers improve posture and burn calories during the school day. More than half of the staff members are using the balls instead of chairs.

PACE has a village to add to community

PACE West school has many community partners who make good things happen at the Haymarket facility.

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