The students at the Manassas Park School donated 400 stockings to Loch Lomond Elementary School in December.
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Monday, October 15, 2012
The festival is also a health fair.
A Fall Festival and Health Fair is planned for Oct. 27 at Manassas Christian School in Manassas Park. The festivities start at 10 a.m. and doesn't stop until 2 p.m. and include face painting, crafts, food and the famed moon bounce. Craft table rentals are available for just $35, school staff said. A pumpkin patch will also be on site. The school is also looking for volunteers to help with the set up of games and rides and clean up on the day of the event. Manassas Christian School is located at 9296 W. Carondelet Dr. For more information about the event, call 703-393-6555.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Four graduates of Manassas Christian School in Manassas Park talk about the strong start the school gave them.
Four energetic and poised teens returned to their roots at a small private school Tuesday evening to tell others how their early education affected their lives and steered their growth. All four graduated from Manassas Christian School in Manassas Park after the eighth grade—the highest grade level the school offers—and have since continued their education at area public schools. The students told an intimate group of parents and teachers of the differences they see in private and public education and how they made the transition from one to the other. Juliane Martin, a junior at Foxcroft School in Middleburg, eased the fears of one parent in the group, who said she was concerned about her children leaving the small private school for a…
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Joe 15 Team, created by Joe Page's mother after his death, celebrated its fourth award this week for community service.
On February 3, 2008, Joe Page was shot on a porch by uninvited guests to a Super Bowl party he was attending. He was flown to Fairfax Hospital and died four days later. His mother, Debbie Page-Maples, said that her memories of seeing Joe’s friends standing in the hallway during his time in the hospital left an impression on her. “After he died, I knew I had to do something to honor him, and all of these young people who had come into our lives,” Maples said. That summer, she started The Joe 15 Team, a community service and charity organization that gathered members at Manassas Park Middle School Tuesday night to celebrate the newest of four awards: The 2011 Virginia Education Association’s Fritz Turner Award for Human Relations and Civil …