Maureen Walsh helps students, such as freshman Ryan Hodge (above), work through their problems.
Walsh uses her past to ensure safety at Blair.
Sophomore Daniel Chen fights for every point, hitting consistently.
Proponents of the Algebra II requirement say it predicts college readiness.
Freshman and second singles player Arvind Kannan hits a forehand, which he claimed to be one of his weaker strokes in his match against Wootton.
Though Blair lost the first set by only two points, Northwood dominated the last two sets and quickly ended the match.
Fourth singles sophomore Hector Barrera prepares to hit a forehand, which is his strongest stroke, helping him win 6-1, 6-2.
Sophomore Daniel Chen, third singles player, hits consistently by fighting for every point, winning his first divisional match.
Daniel Chen, a consistent and dedicated singles player, prepares to hit the ball during his first divisional match of the season.
The ice rink in front of the Civic Center remains empty.
Students try to ride a 3:00 bus without passes.
Kelvin Shen and Clover Jinghua Ye demonstrated PCR, the process of replicating DNA.
Last week, researchers from Gene Wiz came to Darcy Sloe's A.P. Biology class.
Commuters exit the Bethesda station, where MDOT officials have designed plans construct a new entrance.