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Name: Mia Toser
Date registered: September 16, 2016

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  1. Lack of holiday spirit dulls excitement for winter season — January 6, 2018
  2. Business course offers Microsoft certifications — December 15, 2017
  3. VA youth participation influences governor’s race — November 29, 2017
  4. Service dog arrives to the classroom — November 6, 2017
  5. FCPS Board selects new Superintendent — June 14, 2017

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Jan 06 2018

Lack of holiday spirit dulls excitement for winter season

The winter season is full of a diverse range of festivities like Kwanzaa, Christmas and Hanukkah. But, in high school, I believe that the lack of spirit in faculty and students belittles the excitement. Throughout the years, I have accumulated a wardrobe of ugly holiday sweaters to wear throughout the month, but I am alone …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2018/01/06/lack-of-holiday-spirit-dulls-excitement-for-winter-season/

Dec 15 2017

Business course offers Microsoft certifications

The Information Systems class offers all grades the opportunity to become proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Students have the opportunity to certify in up to six different programs: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Word Expert and Excel Expert. “I took this class to become proficient in all the programs,” senior Katelyn Vergara-Crespo said. “I would have …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/12/15/business-course-offers-microsoft-certifications/

Nov 29 2017

VA youth participation influences governor’s race

Youth involvement in the November 2017 Virginia governor’s race played a key part in Democrat Ralph Northam’s victory. NBC News exit polls reported that 69 percent of youth voters, aged 18 to 29, voted for Northam. Local high schoolers have been involved in the race in to influence their peers. Senior Elizabeth Fretz, a fellow …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/29/va-youth-participation-influences-governors-race/

Nov 06 2017

Service dog arrives to the classroom

There are 565 freshmen this year, but only one wags her tail when she’s happy. On the first day of school, freshman Christopher Thompson introduced his classmates to KitKat, a 1-year-old Goldendoodle that works as Thompson’s service dog. At home, Thompson said KitKat is a regular pet, but during school hours, Thompson said she is …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/11/06/service-dog-arrives-to-the-classroom/

Jun 14 2017

FCPS Board selects new Superintendent

The Fairfax County School Board selected Scott Brabrand as the finalist for the Superintendent, replacing Interim Superintendent Steven Lockard. Brabrand currently serves as the Superintendent of the Lynchburg City Schools in Lynchburg, Virginia. “I absolutely think [Dr. Brabrand] is a good choice,” junior and student advisory council member Emma Choi said. “He is really passionate …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/06/14/fcps-board-selects-new-superintendent/

Jun 06 2017

Fire department frees child stuck in locker

A single blue locker appeared within the row of red lockers upstairs in E Hall a few weeks ago. Without a clear justification for its arrival, the student body formed many conspiracies surrounding why this new locker had suddenly appeared out of the blue. “I heard a kid got stuck in the red locker that …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/06/06/fire-department-frees-child-stuck-in-locker/

Jun 06 2017

IB Lang and Lit department earns award

The IB Language and Literature team earned an FCPS Excellence Award for student achievements in their classrooms. The Excellence Award is for individuals and groups that are nominated in one of four categories: innovation, impact on others, growth and student achievement. “This year we had 10 individuals and 10 teams receive the [Excellence] …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/06/06/ib-lang-and-lit-department-earns-award/

Mar 29 2017

Author M-E Girard presents debut novel

Many authors from around the world attended the fourth annual NoVa Teen Book Festival on March 11, 2017. M-E Girard took a detour and came here in an effort to promote her debut novel Girl Mans Up. The novel is about a teenager named Pen who has to decide if she will pick …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/03/29/author-m-e-girard-presents-debut-novel/

Mar 10 2017

BSU provides initiative training to members

Several members of the Black Student Union met for the Leadership Speaker Series, a collection of meetings and events to inspire young members of the community to use their full potential to be successful. Various FCPS staff, in an effort to motivate and inspire black students, joined local business personnel to guide the youth in …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.gcmnews.net/media/rnf/2017/03/10/bsu-provides-initiative-training-to-members/

Jan 11 2017

Hearing loss issues deserve more recognition

A common misconception many people have is that hearing loss is only prominent in the elderly, but in reality, every age is capable of a lack of hearing. As a person with hearing loss, I strongly believe that everyone should keep in mind and respect that others may not be able to hear at the …

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