This past weekend, 36 Technology Student Association members from Mary Ellen Henderson and George Mason participated in the Northern Region TSA competition held at John Champe High School in Loudoun County along with 853 other TSA members.
The GMHS FIRST Robotics team #1418 Vae Victis was part of the first place alliance at the FIRST Chesapeake District Northern Virginia event.
The Fairfax County Health Department is recognizing local eateries for excellence in food-safety practices and employee education.
Mount Daniel School is among sixteen local food service operations receiving the second annual 14 Carrot Gold Food Safety Excellence Award as an acknowledgment of their commitment to food safety.
Nominations are open for the Support Staff Employee of the Year a special Falls Church City Public Schools award which recognizes exemplary support employees.
Thank you to our community for your patience as FCCPS and our construction team continue working through the Mount Daniel process. Again in this update we hope to answer many of the community’s questions in regards to this project.
If you have a specific question not covered below simply submit a question using the FCCPS Bus Stop and Coffee Shop Questions and Answer form.
Superintendent Toni Jones officially presented her Proposed Budget for the 2016-2017 school year before the Falls Church School Board last night. The plan is a recommendation which the Board takes under advisement as it begins the process of crafting its own budget over the coming months.
On Wednesday, January 6th, the Falls Church City Schools' three PTA organizations invited Dr. Toni Jones to preview her recommended budget for the coming year. The meeting was in advance of her formal recommendation to be presented Tuesday, January 12th before the Falls Church School Board.
It is hard to believe that Winter Break is here! I want to take this opportunity to update our school community on some important items before we take this much-anticipated break. This Super Note covers a wide range of topics - answers to the questions I hear most often.
Today the City and School Board received two responses to its Request for Proposals (RFP) for the replacement of the existing George Mason High School; expansion of the existing Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School; and redevelopment and commercialization of a portion of the school campus to generate revenue to help fund the capital costs of the new and expanded school facilities, create a sense of place, and bring desirable commercial activity and amenities to the City.