New Today: (3/27) At its March 26 regular business meeting, the Fairfax County School Board approved the 2015-2016 Standard School Year Calendar, with the first day of school on September 8, 2015. In addition, the Board authorized the establishment of a new advanced academic program (AAP) center in September 2015 at Poplar Tree Elementary School; approved revenue and expenditure adjustments as reflected in the FY 2015 Third Quarter Budget Review; and approved the FY 2015 Internal Audit Work Plan, for the period January through June 2015. The Board also recognized 24 FCPS teachers who have been awarded the advanced teaching credential of National Board Certification.
The Fairfax County School Board has adopted the FY 2016 Advertised Budget of $2.6 billion, a net increase of 2.6 percent, or $64 million, from the FY 2015 Approved Budget. More.
If Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) has one more day of school cancelled this year due to inclement weather or an emergency situation, the district could apply to the state for a waiver, allowing FCPS to begin school the week prior to Labor Day. In order to give parents and community members an idea of what the calendar would look like, FCPS has drafted an alternate calendar. More
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When Fairfax County Public Schools have a schedule change (closing or delay) due to inclement weather or other emergencies, the information is communicated as soon as the decision is made in these ways:
Bull Run Elementary School students and families were treated to a guided tour of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., including visits to the Korea gallery, mammal hall, and ocean hall, sponsored by the U.S. Korean Arts Foundation.