Tuesday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center at night/Credit: Reston Town Center

FCPS Superintendent Is Listening — Fairfax County Schools Superintendent Karen Garza will be stop at five county schools to listen to what is on residents’ minds as the 2017 budget process ensues. The closest stop near Reston is at Madison High School on Feb. 9. [FCPS]

Help Moms In Need — The Naomi Project, a program of Our Daily Bread, is seeking volunteers to mentor at-risk pregnant or newly parenting women who live throughout Northern Virginia. A training session will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20 in Fairfax. information available at: [Our Daily Bread]

Skip The Emissions Line — Some drivers in Fairfax County may now be eligible for RapidPass emissions testing. If a driver goes through a selected area, their car will automatically be tested while driving, and the driver will be billed $28. [WTOP]

Google Cardboard Takes Kids Around The World — Students at Reston’s Ideaventions Academy took a recent field trip using Google Cardboard. [WUSA9]

Reston Town Center at night/Courtesy Reston Town Center via Facebook

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