Six George Mason students have been invited to attend the 2015 Summer Residential Governor's School.

George Mason High School prinncipal Tyrone (Ty) Byrd is a 2015 recipient of the Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Award.

Mount Daniel Elementary kindergarten teacher Nan Hof is the 2015 Falls Church City Public Schools Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher of the Year.

On the Leesburg Pike side of GMHS, the BIE Brick Pathway holds thousands of FCCPS memories engraved in brick. Anyone from any school can order a brick to memorialize a student, teacher, coach or event. Use this order form to place an order by June 30.

Three Falls Church City public school employees have been nominated for the 2015 Support Staff Employee of the Year Award. Superintendent Toni Jones and other school division leaders surprised each nominee with balloons and a copy of their nomination letters.

All schools are part of their community, and FCCPS benefits from key partnerships with Falls Church business and non-profit organizations. The Business in Education Partnership (BIE) is a volunteer committee that helps to develop key partnerships. Check out our directory of everyone who has been involved this year. The partnerships keep growing and FCCPS is greatful for your ongoing support.

Three Falls Church City Public Schools programs have been included in the 19th annual Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) "Showcases for Success" directory. The directory highlights successful K-12 programs in Virginia's public schools.

This is in response to a recent Falls Church News-Press Letter to the Editor by a former FCCPS substitute teacher entitled "Absolutely No Need for a New High School in F.C." 
We appreciate the thoughts of those interested in the George Mason High project and finding solutions to leaking roofs, crumbling infrastructure, and, yes, the increasing enrollment growth. Unfortunately the Letter to the Editor author suggests no new ideas that could be undertaken or that have not already been accomplished.

MEHMS and GMHS scientists participated over the weekend in the Science and Engineering Fair at Wakefield High School in Arlington. 
Several students earned first place honors for their experiments.

For the second consecutive year, the George Mason Scholastic Bowl team has won the VHSL State 2A Runners-Up trophy following tournament action at William & Mary this past weekend.

Six George Mason students have been invited to attend the 2015 Summer Residential Governor's School.

George Mason High School prinncipal Tyrone (Ty) Byrd is a 2015 recipient of the Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Award.

Mount Daniel Elementary kindergarten teacher Nan Hof is the 2015 Falls Church City Public Schools Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher of the Year.

On the Leesburg Pike side of GMHS, the BIE Brick Pathway holds thousands of FCCPS memories engraved in brick. Anyone from any school can order a brick to memorialize a student, teacher, coach or event. Use this order form to place an order by June 30.

Three Falls Church City public school employees have been nominated for the 2015 Support Staff Employee of the Year Award. Superintendent Toni Jones and other school division leaders surprised each nominee with balloons and a copy of their nomination letters.

All schools are part of their community, and FCCPS benefits from key partnerships with Falls Church business and non-profit organizations. The Business in Education Partnership (BIE) is a volunteer committee that helps to develop key partnerships. Check out our directory of everyone who has been involved this year. The partnerships keep growing and FCCPS is greatful for your ongoing support.

Three Falls Church City Public Schools programs have been included in the 19th annual Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) "Showcases for Success" directory. The directory highlights successful K-12 programs in Virginia's public schools.

This is in response to a recent Falls Church News-Press Letter to the Editor by a former FCCPS substitute teacher entitled "Absolutely No Need for a New High School in F.C." 
We appreciate the thoughts of those interested in the George Mason High project and finding solutions to leaking roofs, crumbling infrastructure, and, yes, the increasing enrollment growth. Unfortunately the Letter to the Editor author suggests no new ideas that could be undertaken or that have not already been accomplished.

MEHMS and GMHS scientists participated over the weekend in the Science and Engineering Fair at Wakefield High School in Arlington. 
Several students earned first place honors for their experiments.

For the second consecutive year, the George Mason Scholastic Bowl team has won the VHSL State 2A Runners-Up trophy following tournament action at William & Mary this past weekend.

Six George Mason students have been invited to attend the 2015 Summer Residential Governor's School.

George Mason High School prinncipal Tyrone (Ty) Byrd is a 2015 recipient of the Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Award.

Mount Daniel Elementary kindergarten teacher Nan Hof is the 2015 Falls Church City Public Schools Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher of the Year.

On the Leesburg Pike side of GMHS, the BIE Brick Pathway holds thousands of FCCPS memories engraved in brick. Anyone from any school can order a brick to memorialize a student, teacher, coach or event. Use this order form to place an order by June 30.

Three Falls Church City public school employees have been nominated for the 2015 Support Staff Employee of the Year Award. Superintendent Toni Jones and other school division leaders surprised each nominee with balloons and a copy of their nomination letters.

All schools are part of their community, and FCCPS benefits from key partnerships with Falls Church business and non-profit organizations. The Business in Education Partnership (BIE) is a volunteer committee that helps to develop key partnerships. Check out our directory of everyone who has been involved this year. The partnerships keep growing and FCCPS is greatful for your ongoing support.

Three Falls Church City Public Schools programs have been included in the 19th annual Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) "Showcases for Success" directory. The directory highlights successful K-12 programs in Virginia's public schools.

This is in response to a recent Falls Church News-Press Letter to the Editor by a former FCCPS substitute teacher entitled "Absolutely No Need for a New High School in F.C." 
We appreciate the thoughts of those interested in the George Mason High project and finding solutions to leaking roofs, crumbling infrastructure, and, yes, the increasing enrollment growth. Unfortunately the Letter to the Editor author suggests no new ideas that could be undertaken or that have not already been accomplished.

MEHMS and GMHS scientists participated over the weekend in the Science and Engineering Fair at Wakefield High School in Arlington. 
Several students earned first place honors for their experiments.

For the second consecutive year, the George Mason Scholastic Bowl team has won the VHSL State 2A Runners-Up trophy following tournament action at William & Mary this past weekend.