Valor Dictus

Coaches do it for their team

Cody Dunbar, Staff Writer

May 21, 2014

Throughout the year our sports teams have gone through a plethora of injuries, setbacks, and complications, but were able to conquer the adversity in the end.  This adversity would not be quite so easy to power through if not...

Food Stop: Hot dogs

Lou Malmgren, Co-Editor-In-Cheif

May 21, 2014

Ben’s Chili Bowl Though not strictly a purveyor of dogs, Ben’s Chili Bowl serves up some of the best in the DC metropolitan area. Whether served at Nats park or the original store location, diners can expect juicy all be...

Students jam at art show

Stefanie Chae, Entertainment Editor

May 21, 2014

For one day, the gymnasium is crowded with booths and tables showcasing a year long’s hard work by the art department instead of underclassmen and middle school students running around in gym uniforms. Paintings, drawings and...

Inside look on Special Education

Shaun Salehi, Photography Editor

May 21, 2014

Students walk by the classes every day. However they usually aren’t paying any attention to them. If they do, they generally just think, “That’s where the kids with intellectual disabilities learn how to read, write, and...

Prom Can Be Too Expensive

Owen Joyce, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2014

Prom: is it too expensive? The answer is an easy one, yes. The amount of money students, and their parents, have to funnel into prom each year is ridiculously high. While prom is a great time for most high school seniors, it has...

Extend School Days, Not Years

Rachel Keith and Sara Kline

May 21, 2014

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) have decided to extend the school year from June 20th to June 25th; this was a terrible decision. There was another option that many schools around the DC area have implemented--adding time...

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