- 01Caught between a rock and a hard place: Brabrand asks families for preference during back-to-school debate
- 02Confederate statues contradict what the country symbolizes
- 03A socially-distant sendoff
- 04NATIONAL UNREST: HOA content parallels current social climate
- 05NATIONAL UNREST: Students advocate for Black Lives Matter in-person and online
The Confederate capital is under siege, and for good reason, too. Amid the George Floyd protests against racial injustices, demonstrators in Richmond, VA. toppled a…
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FCPS Superintendent Scott Brabrand announced all students will begin school virtually, citing worsening national and regional health conditions among other reasons.
“We are not in the same condition as we were several weeks ago,” Brabrand said in today’s school board meeting.
"I want as much of a normal senior year as possible, but our health does come first," rising senior Sanjoli Jain said regarding Superintendent Scott Brabrand's latest message to the community. https://www.gcmnews.net/2020/06/24/caught-between-a-rock-and-a-hard-place-brabrand-asks-families-for-preference-during-back-to-school-debate/
Confederate statues contradict what the country symbolizes. https://www.gcmnews.net/2020/06/15/confederate-statues-contradict-what-the-country-symbolizes/
Congratulations, GCM Class of 2020! Check out the Rank&File’s annual Statesmen Send-Off, listing the colleges your classmates will be attending in the fall. https://www.gcmnews.net/2020/06/12/a-socially-distant-sendoff/