The Falls Church School Board is seeking public and staff input on the qualifications and characteristics for our next Superintendent.

At a Special Meeting, the Falls Church School Board approved Dr. Robert Schiller as Interim Superintendent to lead the school division while a national search for a new Superintendent continues.

 

Did you know that FCCPS participates in partnerships with 500+ businesses, non-profits, government agencies and individuals?
The Directory of Community Partnerships includes recognition of partnerships over the past 4 years. We encourage everyone throughout Falls Church to show appreciation for the generosity of these partners. Support the businesses that are committed to our schools. Shop there. Eat there. Recommend them. Thank them. Most are small businesses, and if we want to be able to rely on their backing, we need to support them as well. 

Falls Church City Public Schools is growing like it's 1955. The official student count for the 2016-17 school year, upon which state funding is calculated, is 2685. That is 151 additional students over last year and the largest single year increase since the first McDonald's restaurant opened 61 years ago and FCCPS added 178 new students.

The Fairfax County Planning Commission gave approval to the Falls Church City Public School's application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary.

The Falls Church School Board received news this week that enrollment for the 2016-17 school year is spiking at all schools with a division wide rate of growth at nearly 6.6% on the first day of school; an additional 167 students over last year.

Falls Church City Public Schools is welcoming more than 40 new teachers, specialists and counselors this year. They are undergoing 1st year Orientation before joining their colleagues who arrive next Monday.

Following a very productive public hearing before the Fairfax Planning Commission last week a decision on the project was scheduled for Thursday, July 28th. We now expect that the Planning Commission will defer a final decision on the Mount Daniel project until September 14, or 15, 2016 (the Planning Commission does not meet in August).

A number of important points and questions were raised by the Commissioners and this deferral will provide ample time for the Commissioners to consider our response to each point in a thorough and thoughtful manner.

We appreciate all of the support from those who spoke and those who attended the public hearing last week. We will communicate the next date once the Planning Commission sets it.

On Thursday July 21st, the FCCPS application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary was back on the agenda for the much anticipated 2232 Public Hearing before the Fairfax County Planning Commission.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Matt Hills as the next principal of George Mason High School effective immediately. Hills has served as Assistant Principal for the last three years, as well as holding the duties of Principal of the George Mason Summer Academy, and coordinator for the Hybrid Learning Academy and the Dual Enrollment Program.

The Falls Church School Board is seeking public and staff input on the qualifications and characteristics for our next Superintendent.

At a Special Meeting, the Falls Church School Board approved Dr. Robert Schiller as Interim Superintendent to lead the school division while a national search for a new Superintendent continues.

 

Did you know that FCCPS participates in partnerships with 500+ businesses, non-profits, government agencies and individuals?
The Directory of Community Partnerships includes recognition of partnerships over the past 4 years. We encourage everyone throughout Falls Church to show appreciation for the generosity of these partners. Support the businesses that are committed to our schools. Shop there. Eat there. Recommend them. Thank them. Most are small businesses, and if we want to be able to rely on their backing, we need to support them as well. 

Falls Church City Public Schools is growing like it's 1955. The official student count for the 2016-17 school year, upon which state funding is calculated, is 2685. That is 151 additional students over last year and the largest single year increase since the first McDonald's restaurant opened 61 years ago and FCCPS added 178 new students.

The Fairfax County Planning Commission gave approval to the Falls Church City Public School's application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary.

The Falls Church School Board received news this week that enrollment for the 2016-17 school year is spiking at all schools with a division wide rate of growth at nearly 6.6% on the first day of school; an additional 167 students over last year.

Falls Church City Public Schools is welcoming more than 40 new teachers, specialists and counselors this year. They are undergoing 1st year Orientation before joining their colleagues who arrive next Monday.

Following a very productive public hearing before the Fairfax Planning Commission last week a decision on the project was scheduled for Thursday, July 28th. We now expect that the Planning Commission will defer a final decision on the Mount Daniel project until September 14, or 15, 2016 (the Planning Commission does not meet in August).

A number of important points and questions were raised by the Commissioners and this deferral will provide ample time for the Commissioners to consider our response to each point in a thorough and thoughtful manner.

We appreciate all of the support from those who spoke and those who attended the public hearing last week. We will communicate the next date once the Planning Commission sets it.

On Thursday July 21st, the FCCPS application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary was back on the agenda for the much anticipated 2232 Public Hearing before the Fairfax County Planning Commission.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Matt Hills as the next principal of George Mason High School effective immediately. Hills has served as Assistant Principal for the last three years, as well as holding the duties of Principal of the George Mason Summer Academy, and coordinator for the Hybrid Learning Academy and the Dual Enrollment Program.

The Falls Church School Board is seeking public and staff input on the qualifications and characteristics for our next Superintendent.

At a Special Meeting, the Falls Church School Board approved Dr. Robert Schiller as Interim Superintendent to lead the school division while a national search for a new Superintendent continues.

 

Did you know that FCCPS participates in partnerships with 500+ businesses, non-profits, government agencies and individuals?
The Directory of Community Partnerships includes recognition of partnerships over the past 4 years. We encourage everyone throughout Falls Church to show appreciation for the generosity of these partners. Support the businesses that are committed to our schools. Shop there. Eat there. Recommend them. Thank them. Most are small businesses, and if we want to be able to rely on their backing, we need to support them as well. 

Falls Church City Public Schools is growing like it's 1955. The official student count for the 2016-17 school year, upon which state funding is calculated, is 2685. That is 151 additional students over last year and the largest single year increase since the first McDonald's restaurant opened 61 years ago and FCCPS added 178 new students.

The Fairfax County Planning Commission gave approval to the Falls Church City Public School's application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary.

The Falls Church School Board received news this week that enrollment for the 2016-17 school year is spiking at all schools with a division wide rate of growth at nearly 6.6% on the first day of school; an additional 167 students over last year.

Falls Church City Public Schools is welcoming more than 40 new teachers, specialists and counselors this year. They are undergoing 1st year Orientation before joining their colleagues who arrive next Monday.

Following a very productive public hearing before the Fairfax Planning Commission last week a decision on the project was scheduled for Thursday, July 28th. We now expect that the Planning Commission will defer a final decision on the Mount Daniel project until September 14, or 15, 2016 (the Planning Commission does not meet in August).

A number of important points and questions were raised by the Commissioners and this deferral will provide ample time for the Commissioners to consider our response to each point in a thorough and thoughtful manner.

We appreciate all of the support from those who spoke and those who attended the public hearing last week. We will communicate the next date once the Planning Commission sets it.

On Thursday July 21st, the FCCPS application to expand Mount Daniel Elementary was back on the agenda for the much anticipated 2232 Public Hearing before the Fairfax County Planning Commission.

The Falls Church School Board has appointed Matt Hills as the next principal of George Mason High School effective immediately. Hills has served as Assistant Principal for the last three years, as well as holding the duties of Principal of the George Mason Summer Academy, and coordinator for the Hybrid Learning Academy and the Dual Enrollment Program.