The Saxon Scope

A cup of coffee to start the virtual school day may do the trick for some students. Many students have attempted to eat healthier breakfasts with the extra time and anticipate carrying this habit over into in-person instruction (Photo by Jane Fennell).

The Saxon startup

Jane Fennell, Reporter
November 24, 2020
Coronavirus has forced many teens to get creative with how they maintain workouts (Photo by Greenblatt).

Fit or foe

Ashley Greenblatt, Reporter
May 29, 2020
The infamous

A chronic issue

Philip Bogdanov, Reporter
February 12, 2020
Dinner with family or friends is one of the most basic traditions many people undertake on Thanksgiving (Photo by Colleen Sherry).

Touring the traditions

Grace Chen, Reporter
December 1, 2019
Recently, the issue of controversial school names has come into the limelight and more and more toponyms are seeing changes for the better (Public Domain Image).

From lee to liberty

Ashley Greenblatt, Reporter
October 30, 2019
Reese's Pieces prove to be a popular favorite of Langley students (Photo by Boden Gentile).

Trick or not

Boden Gentile, Reporter
October 25, 2019
Menstruation is a natural part of nearly every female student's life; this drove FCPS to implement a new initiative to support this (Photo by Jennifer Mihori).

Free products. Period.

Jennifer Mihori, Reporter
October 23, 2019
Parking passes are a highly valued commodity; part of the reason not everyone at Langley can receive one (Photo by Nathalie Hoffman).

To park or not to park

Nathalie Hoffman, Reporter
October 16, 2019
A Langley student signs the Relay for Life

Relay returns

March 26, 2019
Parent monitors student logging into SIS (Student Information System) to see their child's grades.

The helicopter parenting epidemic

Kayla Maguire, Managing Editor of Design
February 22, 2019
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