On the precipice of Spring Break, Dr. Noonan offers brief thoughts. ”I hope that next week brings a sense of renewal, hope, and light for you as spring is here, and the outlook for the future appears to be very bright for our Little City." https://www.fccps.org/article/428363
One week closer to Spring Break and the expansion of in-person learning, Dr. Noonan's Friday Update is packed with Elementary Full Day Plans, Secondary Learning Expansion Updates, and important Community Vaccine Updates! Have a great weekend! https://www.fccps.org/article/424209
The Falls Church City School Board is meeting in its monthly Work Session. Watch live: www.youtube.com/fccpsorg
Falls Church City Public Schools will remain in virtual learning for all cohorts of students, including Cohort 1, on a normal schedule tomorrow February 19, 2021.
FCCPS School Bus Routes are now available in advance of next week's return to school for students. www.fccps.org/bus
Falls Church City Public Schools will move to virtual learning for all cohorts of students, including Cohort 1, on a normal schedule tomorrow February 18, 2021. All buildings will be closed to staff and students.
Falls Church City Public Schools will operate on a normal schedule today - February 11, 2021
With the exception of Cohort 1, FCCPS will open online and on time tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 2nd. SVL for students of FCCPS employees will be open. All athletics and activities are canceled. Cohort 1 will have a snow day for students and staff. See DAY TWO plan in graphic:
Falls Church City Public Schools will be closed, Monday, February 1st, 2021. All buildings are closed, all activities are canceled.
Falls Church School Public Schools will operate on normal schedules today - January 26, 2021
The FCCPS Friday FINAL Lookahead is out. Given the latest Health Metrics: Cohort 1 will remain in Hybrid Instruction next week Cohort 2 and Cohort 3 will remain in Virtual Instruction next week. MORE: http://bit.ly/fccpsLA0108
The FCCPS Wednesday Lookahead is out. Given the latest Health Metrics it is likely Cohort 1 will remains in Hybrid Instruction next week, with Cohort 2 and Cohort 3 remaining in Virtual Instruction. A final decision comes Friday. MORE: http://bit.ly/lookahead0106
The Falls Church City School Board seeks applications from qualified individuals to fulfill the term of School Board member Lawrence Webb, who will resign effective January 4, 2021. Applications may be submitted by qualified voters in the City of Falls Church who are not employed by the School Board. The appointee will serve from the date of appointment until December 31, 2021. http://bit.ly/fcsbvacancy
Thanks to the hard work of the staff at The McGuire Group, the GMHS Surplus/Nostalgic Auction is Open! Bidding runs through Dec. 28. https://www.themcguiregroupllc.com/auction/george-mason-high-school-sentimental-and-surplus-online-auction-103
Applications are being accepted for persons interested in being appointed to one of two Advisory Study Committees to the School Board being formed to consider new names for two FCCPS schools. Information on the process can be found here: http://bit.ly/renameCommittee
The long-awaited online auction of GMHS surplus and memorabilia is Dec. 21-28. Watch this space on Monday for the link to bid on appliances, supplies, classroom items, industrial and theatrical supplies and nostalgic items like theater seats, gym floor pieces and more!
Due to inclement weather, all athletic practices and tryouts at GMHS are cancelled today, December 16th.
In this week's Friday Reopening Update, Superintendent Peter Noonan updates the latest COVID19 Metrics, and discusses Gov Northam's new restrictions. Plus some Holiday Travel Guidance as you plan your holiday activities! Have a great weekend! https://bit.ly/fccpsreopen1211
The FCCPS 2021-2022 School Calendar is approved and available for downloading! School to start 1 week before Labor Day, includes a 2-week Winter Break, and observes more holidays! DOWNLOAD: https://bit.ly/2022fccps
The Falls Church School Board has voted unanimously to rename Thomas Jefferson Elementary School and George Mason High School. "Our schools must be places where all students, staff, and community members feel safe, supported, and inspired.” https://bit.ly/fccpsrename