Fairfax County students head back to school
Students in Fairfax County head back to class for the new school year.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. - It’s the start of a new school year across the D.C. region and several northern Virginia school districts welcomed students back to class Monday.
Public schools in Fairfax County, Prince William County and Alexandria City opened their doors for what is expected to be a return to an academic year that closely resembles pre-pandemic school years.
Prince William County students return to class for the new school year
Prince William County Superintendent Dr. LaTanya McDade discusses the start of the new school year.
Prince William County students head back to class
Gar-Field High School principal Matthew Mathison joined us as students in Prince William County head back to class.
Masks will not be required this year. The school districts will monitor cases of COVID-19 and positive students will be required to isolate for a five-day period of time.
Over the summer months a major emphasis was placed on improving school and student safety across school districts in the area.
Alexandria City Public Schools open doors for first day of class
Dr. Melanie Kay-Wyatt, the Alexandria City Public School Interim Superintendent, joined FOX 5 to discuss the first day of school
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