Tuesday Morning Rundown

SLHS student explains his project to Principal Kim Retzer at 2014 Science Fair

Kudos, Young Scientists — There were 27 first-place winners and a wide variety of experiment subjects at the South Lakes High School Science Fair last week. They advance to the Northern Virginia Regional Science Fair. [2014 Science Fair Winners]

Fairfax, Loudoun Keep Growing — Fairfax County had a population growth of 3.3 percent, exceeding the 1 percent growth by the state overall, according to a new study. Meanwhile, Loudoun’s population increased by more than 11 percent.  [Washington Post]

Think Summer — It is only February, but registration for Fairfax County Public Schools summer programs is now open. Among some of the offerings: Institute for the Arts, Tech Adventure Camp and STEM Camp. [FCPS]

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