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.
Nominations are open for the Support Staff Employee of the Year a special Falls Church City Public Schools award which recognizes exemplary support employees.
Falls Church City Public Schools, as well as all school divisions in America, are required under federal law to have preschool programming for Special Needs children. We also provide preschool for students who are Economically Disadvantaged and children who speak English as a second language. All other students pay tuition to attend our preschool.
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