Pupil art exhibits will be among the many activities this month throughout the Fairfax County schools during national Youth Art Month.

The exhibits of artwork scheduled during the month include the following:

Work by Area IV elementary school pupils will be displayed at Fairfax Public Library, 3915 Chain Bridge Rd., Twinbrook Shopping Center, and the Area IV Administrative Office, 10515 School St., Fairfax City.

Work by pupils from Ravensworth, Braddock, Weyanoke and North Springfield elementary schools will be displayed at George Mason Library, 7001 Little River Turnpike, Annandale.

Work by pupils from Beech Tree, Pine Spring, Annandale Terrace, Westlawn, Bailey's and Parklawn elementary schools will be displayed at Thomas Jefferson Public Library, 7415 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church.

Work by pupils from Olde Creek, Wakefield Forest, Camelot and Canterbury Woods elementary schools will be displayed at Kings Park Library, 9000 Burke Lake Rd., Burke.

Work by pupils from Little Run, Mosby Run, Mosby Woods and Oakton elementary schools will be displayed at Patrick Henry Library, 101 Maple Ave., Vienna.

Work by pupils from Graham Road, Mantua, Glen Forest and Bren Mar Park elementary schools will be displayed at Falls Church Paint and Wallpaper, 2806 Graham Rd., Falls Church.

Work by elementary through high school special education students from Cedar Lane, Burke, Hutchison, Olde Creek, Franconia, North Springfield, Cardinal Forest and Quander Road Centers will be displayed through March 31 at Belle Willard Center, Special Education, 10310 Layton Hall Dr., Fairfax.

Area I elementary school pupils' work will be displayed at the Area I Administrative Office, 6520 Diana La., Alexandria.

Work by pupils from Hybla Valley, Hollin Meadows, Mount Eagle, Bucknell and Belle View elementary schools will be displayed at Martha Washington Public Library, 6614 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria.

Artwork by Fairfax County high school students will be displayed through March 29 at the Fairfax County Council of the Arts, 4601 Green Spring Rd., Alexandria.

The McLean Community Center, 1236 Ingleside Ave., McLean, will display the work by students from McLean and Langley high schools, Cooper and Longfellow intermediate schools and several Area III elementary schools, through March 24.

Work by intermediate art students will be displayed through March 20 at the Lacey Instructional Center, 3705 Crest Dr., Annandale.

The Sherwood Hall Regional Library, 2501 Sherwood Hall Lane, Alexandria will display the artwork by pupils from Waynewood, Fort Hunt, Woodley Hills and Strafford Landing elementary schools.

Artwork by students from Oakton High School will be displayed March 17 through March 22 at Nottoway Park Hunter House, 9601 Court House Rd., Vienna.