We spoke with Rita Snyder Furr of George Mason University about what concerns students are bringing up during the pandemic, how to reach out for help at your child’s school and more.
From crocheting for beginners to stained glass mosaics, these local NoVA businesses are offering fun courses all month long.
The Clifton-based summer camp program may just be exactly what parents (and their children) need to get through the summer.
From twice-weekly, in-person learning to virtual lessons, this is what the 2020-2021 school year is expected to look like in Northern Virginia.
With over 100 activities for kids already on the website, the Sandbox will continue to evolve as a resource for parents this summer.
The middle school camp has transitioned its non-traditional summer camp curriculum to virtual experiences, without sacrificing social interaction or hands-on activities.
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