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It is always fun at the beginning of the new school year to renew old friendships and cement new ones with a play date after school.

As a reminder, as stated in the Parent Handbook, school bus transportation is not to used for play dates.  Students are expected to ride to and from school on the same bus daily.  Play dates should be scheduled after your child has arrived safely at home on his/her regular bus.

Select this link to view the Parent Handbook, pages 26-28 cover Bus Transportation.

It is especially important as we work out the daily bus dismissal routines that children use their assigned buses.  In addition, our buses are at capacity and we are unable to allow students to travel on any bus other than their own. If we are able to change this procedure in the future, we will let you know. 

An email blast was sent on Tuesday, September 16.  If you did not receive this email, please contact the school office.

Learn More http://goo.gl/K5m18c

Falls Church City Public School's state leading 2013-2014 SOL passing rates in Reading and Writing, as well as high state assessment passing rates in mathematics, science and history, have earned the division recognition today by the Virginia Department of Education as one of only 22 division in the state with all schools fully accredited for the 2014-2015 school year.

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Get your chef hats on and enjoy some tasty competition! The Junior Chef Contest, sponsored by Williams Sonoma and Falls Church City and Arlington Public Schools, is a first time event that will provide our children the opportunity to test their creativity and culinary interests. 

Six George Mason seniors are among the nearly 16,000 teens named semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Falls Church City Public Schools Food Services received top honors in the 2014 Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Food for Thought competition.

FCCPS kicked off the school year with high hopes for all students and a mixture of excitement, anxiety and wonder among the young people and their parents.

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The Falls Church Police has revised the traffic pattern around Thomas Jefferson Elementary.

How about a real quick peek into Thomas Jefferson's new modular classroom building. An amazing space that replaces several trailer classrooms that were - quite literally - falling apart!

The 2014-2015 School Bus routes are now available.

The Joint George Mason/Mary Ellen Henderson Campus Steering Committee continued work today, discussing various ideas concerning the re-configuration of 34 acres for a new high school and commercial development.

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It is always fun at the beginning of the new school year to renew old friendships and cement new ones with a play date after school.

As a reminder, as stated in the Parent Handbook, school bus transportation is not to used for play dates.  Students are expected to ride to and from school on the same bus daily.  Play dates should be scheduled after your child has arrived safely at home on his/her regular bus.

Select this link to view the Parent Handbook, pages 26-28 cover Bus Transportation.

It is especially important as we work out the daily bus dismissal routines that children use their assigned buses.  In addition, our buses are at capacity and we are unable to allow students to travel on any bus other than their own. If we are able to change this procedure in the future, we will let you know. 

An email blast was sent on Tuesday, September 16.  If you did not receive this email, please contact the school office.

Learn More http://goo.gl/K5m18c

Falls Church City Public School's state leading 2013-2014 SOL passing rates in Reading and Writing, as well as high state assessment passing rates in mathematics, science and history, have earned the division recognition today by the Virginia Department of Education as one of only 22 division in the state with all schools fully accredited for the 2014-2015 school year.

juniorcheflogo2014

Get your chef hats on and enjoy some tasty competition! The Junior Chef Contest, sponsored by Williams Sonoma and Falls Church City and Arlington Public Schools, is a first time event that will provide our children the opportunity to test their creativity and culinary interests. 

Six George Mason seniors are among the nearly 16,000 teens named semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Falls Church City Public Schools Food Services received top honors in the 2014 Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Food for Thought competition.

FCCPS kicked off the school year with high hopes for all students and a mixture of excitement, anxiety and wonder among the young people and their parents.

stopsign.jpg

The Falls Church Police has revised the traffic pattern around Thomas Jefferson Elementary.

How about a real quick peek into Thomas Jefferson's new modular classroom building. An amazing space that replaces several trailer classrooms that were - quite literally - falling apart!

The 2014-2015 School Bus routes are now available.

The Joint George Mason/Mary Ellen Henderson Campus Steering Committee continued work today, discussing various ideas concerning the re-configuration of 34 acres for a new high school and commercial development.

photo 10

It is always fun at the beginning of the new school year to renew old friendships and cement new ones with a play date after school.

As a reminder, as stated in the Parent Handbook, school bus transportation is not to used for play dates.  Students are expected to ride to and from school on the same bus daily.  Play dates should be scheduled after your child has arrived safely at home on his/her regular bus.

Select this link to view the Parent Handbook, pages 26-28 cover Bus Transportation.

It is especially important as we work out the daily bus dismissal routines that children use their assigned buses.  In addition, our buses are at capacity and we are unable to allow students to travel on any bus other than their own. If we are able to change this procedure in the future, we will let you know. 

An email blast was sent on Tuesday, September 16.  If you did not receive this email, please contact the school office.

Learn More http://goo.gl/K5m18c

Falls Church City Public School's state leading 2013-2014 SOL passing rates in Reading and Writing, as well as high state assessment passing rates in mathematics, science and history, have earned the division recognition today by the Virginia Department of Education as one of only 22 division in the state with all schools fully accredited for the 2014-2015 school year.

juniorcheflogo2014

Get your chef hats on and enjoy some tasty competition! The Junior Chef Contest, sponsored by Williams Sonoma and Falls Church City and Arlington Public Schools, is a first time event that will provide our children the opportunity to test their creativity and culinary interests. 

Six George Mason seniors are among the nearly 16,000 teens named semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

Falls Church City Public Schools Food Services received top honors in the 2014 Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Food for Thought competition.

FCCPS kicked off the school year with high hopes for all students and a mixture of excitement, anxiety and wonder among the young people and their parents.

stopsign.jpg

The Falls Church Police has revised the traffic pattern around Thomas Jefferson Elementary.

How about a real quick peek into Thomas Jefferson's new modular classroom building. An amazing space that replaces several trailer classrooms that were - quite literally - falling apart!

The 2014-2015 School Bus routes are now available.

The Joint George Mason/Mary Ellen Henderson Campus Steering Committee continued work today, discussing various ideas concerning the re-configuration of 34 acres for a new high school and commercial development.