The Falls Church City School Board has received an independent review of the division's special education operations and programs.

Following an extensive search, a Falls Church City Public Schools selection committee is recommending the appointment of Mrs. Valerie K. Hardy as the new principal of Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School beginning July 10, 2017.

During the annual Graduation Exercises at D.A.R. Constitution Hall, George Mason High School conferred diplomas to 194 seniors, three more than last year.

The Mustangs traveled back to Salem HS Friday to play the VHSL 4A State Final against Riverside on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday night the Falls Church School Board received a Feasibility Study from the architectural firm Perkins Eastman outlining 5 different ideas for building a new or renovated George Mason High School and development of the 36-acre campus site.

GMHS students have received the President’s Environmental Youth Award for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Mid-Atlantic Region for their hydroponics and aquaculture work.

Thomas Jefferson Elementary Paraprofessional Jan Potrykus is this year's FCCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year.  Ms. Potroykus is one of six nominees for the award. These outstanding employees were nominated by colleagues, parents and community members in appreciation of the outstanding service to the school community.

Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) is pleased to recognize the recipients the Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Beginning Teacher Award. Teachers in their second or third year of teaching are eligible to apply for the award. Applicants reflected on their challenges and successes in the classroom.

The Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) Business in Education Partnership (BIE) announce the recognition of nine community partners in appreciation of their ongoing commitment to working in partnership with FCCPS teachers, students and parents. Each honoree has engaged in multi-year, multi-faceted partnerships, with a wide variety of school community members.

Congratulations to fourth grade teacher, Lisa Allan! She is Falls Church Education Foundation's Teacher of the Year and the Falls Church finalist for the Washington Post Teacher of the Year.

The Falls Church City School Board has received an independent review of the division's special education operations and programs.

Following an extensive search, a Falls Church City Public Schools selection committee is recommending the appointment of Mrs. Valerie K. Hardy as the new principal of Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School beginning July 10, 2017.

During the annual Graduation Exercises at D.A.R. Constitution Hall, George Mason High School conferred diplomas to 194 seniors, three more than last year.

The Mustangs traveled back to Salem HS Friday to play the VHSL 4A State Final against Riverside on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday night the Falls Church School Board received a Feasibility Study from the architectural firm Perkins Eastman outlining 5 different ideas for building a new or renovated George Mason High School and development of the 36-acre campus site.

GMHS students have received the President’s Environmental Youth Award for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Mid-Atlantic Region for their hydroponics and aquaculture work.

Thomas Jefferson Elementary Paraprofessional Jan Potrykus is this year's FCCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year.  Ms. Potroykus is one of six nominees for the award. These outstanding employees were nominated by colleagues, parents and community members in appreciation of the outstanding service to the school community.

Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) is pleased to recognize the recipients the Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Beginning Teacher Award. Teachers in their second or third year of teaching are eligible to apply for the award. Applicants reflected on their challenges and successes in the classroom.

The Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) Business in Education Partnership (BIE) announce the recognition of nine community partners in appreciation of their ongoing commitment to working in partnership with FCCPS teachers, students and parents. Each honoree has engaged in multi-year, multi-faceted partnerships, with a wide variety of school community members.

Congratulations to fourth grade teacher, Lisa Allan! She is Falls Church Education Foundation's Teacher of the Year and the Falls Church finalist for the Washington Post Teacher of the Year.

The Falls Church City School Board has received an independent review of the division's special education operations and programs.

Following an extensive search, a Falls Church City Public Schools selection committee is recommending the appointment of Mrs. Valerie K. Hardy as the new principal of Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School beginning July 10, 2017.

During the annual Graduation Exercises at D.A.R. Constitution Hall, George Mason High School conferred diplomas to 194 seniors, three more than last year.

The Mustangs traveled back to Salem HS Friday to play the VHSL 4A State Final against Riverside on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday night the Falls Church School Board received a Feasibility Study from the architectural firm Perkins Eastman outlining 5 different ideas for building a new or renovated George Mason High School and development of the 36-acre campus site.

GMHS students have received the President’s Environmental Youth Award for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Mid-Atlantic Region for their hydroponics and aquaculture work.

Thomas Jefferson Elementary Paraprofessional Jan Potrykus is this year's FCCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year.  Ms. Potroykus is one of six nominees for the award. These outstanding employees were nominated by colleagues, parents and community members in appreciation of the outstanding service to the school community.

Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) is pleased to recognize the recipients the Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Beginning Teacher Award. Teachers in their second or third year of teaching are eligible to apply for the award. Applicants reflected on their challenges and successes in the classroom.

The Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) Business in Education Partnership (BIE) announce the recognition of nine community partners in appreciation of their ongoing commitment to working in partnership with FCCPS teachers, students and parents. Each honoree has engaged in multi-year, multi-faceted partnerships, with a wide variety of school community members.

Congratulations to fourth grade teacher, Lisa Allan! She is Falls Church Education Foundation's Teacher of the Year and the Falls Church finalist for the Washington Post Teacher of the Year.