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Little City Offers Variety of Enrichment Opportunities for Kids of All Ages
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As the school year starts soon (Monday, August 22 for Fairfax County and Monday, August 29 for Falls Church City Public Schools), parents will again be looking for further ways to enrich their child’s educational experience while also helping them develop better communication skills with their peers and have fun in the process. The post Little...
Back To School: Important Dates to Knowfor Students, Families and Staff
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With summer drawing to a close, Falls Church City public schools are gearing up for the arrival of students and staff to begin yet another eventful school year. But before the first day of classes begins, however, some schools have upcoming dates and events that are helpful to students and their families, as well as staff members. The post Back To...
Falls Church Enters “Back to School” Mode
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“Back to School” mode is in full swing in the City of Falls Church this week, despite the fact the City’s five schools start on August 29, a week later than neighboring Fairfax County, and the fact there is clearly a lot more summer weather ahead. The post Falls Church Enters “Back to School” Mode first appeared on Falls Church News-Press...
Daugherty to Join Oak Street Elementary as Principal
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Following an extensive search and recommendation of a search panel, the Falls Church City Public Schools School Board is appointing Ms. Karim Daugherty as the new principal of Oak Street Elementary School. Ms. Daugherty is finishing her ninth year as principal of Beech Tree Elementary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. […] The post Daugherty to...
Falls Church News Briefs
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The public is invited to learn about the Park Avenue “Great Streets” project at a walking tour Monday, August 1 at 7 p.m., starting outside the Mary Riley Styles Public Library (120 N. Virginia Ave.) and lasting no longer than 90 minutes. The post Falls Church News Briefs first appeared on Falls Church News-Press Online.
Falls Church Events Calendar: July 21 – 27
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Events calendar for the City of Falls Church for July 21 - 27, 2022. The post Falls Church Events Calendar: July 21 – 27 first appeared on Falls Church News-Press Online.
F.C.’s New 2-Year Work Plan’s Focus On Little Stuff
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While the Falls Church City Council is proceeding this summer to upgrade its two-year work plan, something it hopes to complete next month sometime, new adds to the plan include an item to “develop a plan, with new resources, for Council review and funding approval to allow the City to rapidly execute smaller safety improvements in response to...
Dog Licenses Help City Maintain Safe, Productive Environment
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The City of Falls Church, like many surrounding localities, currently employs a dog licensing system that needs to be renewed every three years, the sale of which is contingent upon the “presentation of a certificate showing the dog to be currently vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian,” as according to Falls Church City code.