Fairfax County Public Schools officials announced on Saturday that a staff member at an elementary school in the district has tested “presumptive positive” for novel coronavirus.
A private school in Virginia is temporarily closing its doors as students and faculty are being quarantined over concerns of coronavirus. This comes after a recent school-sponsored trip to Northern Italy.
Virginia lawmakers have passed a bill that will require full-time teachers to complete mental health awareness training, though some advocates are split on how the training should be implemented.
Twenty-one students and five chaperones from the province at the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China arrived in the D.C. region two days ago to take part in a school exchange program with Longfellow Middle School in Falls Church, Virginia.
You may notice younger faces at the next protest or rally.
At least four out of 10 students in a northern Virginia school district qualify for free or reduced lunch. At times, their benefits lapse, which means the district foots the bill.
The commonwealth’s top attorney is investigating Loudoun County Public Schools after several complaints about discrimination and African American students being denied equal access to advanced, gifted and STEM programs.
Deciding to start school before or after Labor Day is at the top of the agenda for Alexandria City Public Schools.
Fairfax County Public Schools could be considering another name change at one of its high schools named after Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
EDITOR'S NOTE: A 12-year-old girl's claim that three boys held her down and cut her hair at a school in Virginia was a hoax, according to school officials. Please see the most up-to-date report here.
Boundary changes and potentially bussing students could be coming to the largest school district in northern Virginia.
FOX 5 has learned students in Fairfax County are in classrooms without smoke detectors and some parents have concerns.
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is investigating social media posts being shared that are rumored to contain threats toward schools throughout the county.
One of northern Virginia’s largest school districts is ready to review its seclusion and restraint policy.
Summer is coming to an end, kids are heading back to school, and unfortunately, that means traffic will be returning to the D.C. area too.
Boundary changes could be coming to the Commonwealth's largest school district and that's sparking debate on all sides.