The Falls Church City School Board adopted its budget for the 2016-2017 school year during a special meeting on May 27. The vote follows an unprecedented 11th budget work session in which Board members considered suggested reduction of $912,600 to its proposed budget from staff, administrators and school affiliated organizations.

The State Board of Education this week recognized Falls Church City Public Schools as one of only two divisions in Virginia earning a 2016 Virginia Index of Performance award for advanced learning and achievement.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Erin Kelly as the next principal of Mount Daniel Elementary beginning July 1st. Kelly has been Assistant Principal at the school for the last 2 years.

The Falls Church School Board met for its 10th FY17 Budget Work Session Wednesday as work continues to locate $912 thousand in cuts to the proposed budget it presented to City Council.

The community was invited to learn about the current state of the Mt. Daniel project, and ask any questions and have concerns addressed.

Paul Swanson, an elementary principal in Indiana, has accepted the position as new principal of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. The TJ Selection Committee is hosting a welcome reception for the community on Wednesday, June 8th at 6:30 p.m. in the Thomas Jefferson cafeteria.

On Monday night, 4 of 7 City Council members signaled a desire to hold the tax rate flat this year, requiring the School Board to find $912 thousand in budget cuts. A reduction of this magnitude requires significant reduction in services to our children and our entire school system.

The new 2232 application has been submitted to the Fairfax County Planning Staff for review. The staff's initial review will confirm that the submission meets the procedural requirements.

During the recent GM/MEH Campus Redevelopment Forums, one popular question asked was, "How do recent and future developments impact student enrollment within FCCPS?".

City Manager Wyatt Shields and Supt. Toni Jones discussed the latest plans for a new George Mason High and expansion of Mary Ellen Henderson before a good crowd on Wednesday, March 30th, and again on Wednesday April 6th. 

The Falls Church City School Board adopted its budget for the 2016-2017 school year during a special meeting on May 27. The vote follows an unprecedented 11th budget work session in which Board members considered suggested reduction of $912,600 to its proposed budget from staff, administrators and school affiliated organizations.

The State Board of Education this week recognized Falls Church City Public Schools as one of only two divisions in Virginia earning a 2016 Virginia Index of Performance award for advanced learning and achievement.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Erin Kelly as the next principal of Mount Daniel Elementary beginning July 1st. Kelly has been Assistant Principal at the school for the last 2 years.

The Falls Church School Board met for its 10th FY17 Budget Work Session Wednesday as work continues to locate $912 thousand in cuts to the proposed budget it presented to City Council.

The community was invited to learn about the current state of the Mt. Daniel project, and ask any questions and have concerns addressed.

Paul Swanson, an elementary principal in Indiana, has accepted the position as new principal of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. The TJ Selection Committee is hosting a welcome reception for the community on Wednesday, June 8th at 6:30 p.m. in the Thomas Jefferson cafeteria.

On Monday night, 4 of 7 City Council members signaled a desire to hold the tax rate flat this year, requiring the School Board to find $912 thousand in budget cuts. A reduction of this magnitude requires significant reduction in services to our children and our entire school system.

The new 2232 application has been submitted to the Fairfax County Planning Staff for review. The staff's initial review will confirm that the submission meets the procedural requirements.

During the recent GM/MEH Campus Redevelopment Forums, one popular question asked was, "How do recent and future developments impact student enrollment within FCCPS?".

City Manager Wyatt Shields and Supt. Toni Jones discussed the latest plans for a new George Mason High and expansion of Mary Ellen Henderson before a good crowd on Wednesday, March 30th, and again on Wednesday April 6th. 

The Falls Church City School Board adopted its budget for the 2016-2017 school year during a special meeting on May 27. The vote follows an unprecedented 11th budget work session in which Board members considered suggested reduction of $912,600 to its proposed budget from staff, administrators and school affiliated organizations.

The State Board of Education this week recognized Falls Church City Public Schools as one of only two divisions in Virginia earning a 2016 Virginia Index of Performance award for advanced learning and achievement.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Erin Kelly as the next principal of Mount Daniel Elementary beginning July 1st. Kelly has been Assistant Principal at the school for the last 2 years.

The Falls Church School Board met for its 10th FY17 Budget Work Session Wednesday as work continues to locate $912 thousand in cuts to the proposed budget it presented to City Council.

The community was invited to learn about the current state of the Mt. Daniel project, and ask any questions and have concerns addressed.

Paul Swanson, an elementary principal in Indiana, has accepted the position as new principal of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. The TJ Selection Committee is hosting a welcome reception for the community on Wednesday, June 8th at 6:30 p.m. in the Thomas Jefferson cafeteria.

On Monday night, 4 of 7 City Council members signaled a desire to hold the tax rate flat this year, requiring the School Board to find $912 thousand in budget cuts. A reduction of this magnitude requires significant reduction in services to our children and our entire school system.

The new 2232 application has been submitted to the Fairfax County Planning Staff for review. The staff's initial review will confirm that the submission meets the procedural requirements.

During the recent GM/MEH Campus Redevelopment Forums, one popular question asked was, "How do recent and future developments impact student enrollment within FCCPS?".

City Manager Wyatt Shields and Supt. Toni Jones discussed the latest plans for a new George Mason High and expansion of Mary Ellen Henderson before a good crowd on Wednesday, March 30th, and again on Wednesday April 6th.