Tuesday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center

Save RA Money; Opt In To Online Balloting — Reston Association spends $2 per household to mail ballots for the annual Board of Directors election. You can can opt-in to online balloting my emailing RA at [email protected] with your name and property address, whether you are an owner or renter and and your email address. [Reston Association]

Keeping The Buses Running — A look at the crew who keeps the Fairfax County Public Schools’ fleet of 1,610 school buses running even in the dead of winter. [Fairfax Times]

Teachers Earn National Board Certification — Many teachers at Reston-area schools were recently among the group of Fairfax County Public Schools teachers that earned certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). [Fairfax County Public Schools]

New Digs For Chamber — The Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce will have a new home by the end of the week. The Chamber will move from its offices at the Spectrum to new offices at 1886 Metro Center Dr., near the Wiehle-Reston East Silver Line station. The new office will open on Monday, Feb. 2.

Recent Stories

As more and more drivers shift to sustainable vehicles, a design review board for the Reston Association is looking to formalize requirements for what electric vehicle charging stations must have…

Find some good insights in this week’s Reston Home Insider, including: “If you’re not getting showing requests in the first 24 to 48 hours, your home is likely mispriced.”

A local employee was selected as employee of the year during this year’s RAMMYS. The awards, which are organized by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington. Fully vaccinated guests attended the in-person…

The Fairfax County School Board discusses a first-year interim report of a two-year review of the district’s special education program (via FCPS) Fairfax County Public Schools is conducting the first…


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