Morning Notes

RSTA swim meet/Credit: RSTA

Kudos For RCC’s Gordon — Reston Community Center Executive Director Leila Gordon has been named a Northern Virginian of the Year by Northern Virginia Magazine. [Northern Virginia Mag]

Supervisors OK Policing Changes — In the wake of the 2013 fatal police shooting of John Geer, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved police training and response policy changes, but the issues over body cameras remain. [Washington Post]

Breuer’s Legacy Lives, For Now — Architect magazine reflects on the saga of the Marcel Breuer-designed former American Press Institute Building in Reston. [Architect]

SLHS Records Fall at Track Nationals — South Lakes High School runners broke two school records and tied an 18-year mark last weekend at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals track and field meet in North Carolina. Junior Devyn Jones ran a 14.52 in the preliminaries of the 100 meter hurdles, breaking her own mark set last month. The 4×800 meter relay team of Sophie Halkett, Sarah Wolfe, Olivia Beckner and Golden Kumi-Darfour broke the school record they set in May with a 9:15.79 for 12th place in the Championship Division.

Photo courtesy RSTA

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