Fall Church City’s Vice Mayor Marybeth Connelly and councilmember Letty Hardi made separate statements about their support of changing the names of George Mason High and Thomas Jefferson Elementary.
Author: Nicholas F. Benton
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By a roughly two-to-one margin, students, parents and community members in the City of Falls Church gave a resounding “No” about whether they favored changing the names of George Mason High and Thomas Jefferson Elementary.
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Survey results were lopsided in favor of not changing the names.
On Monday, Falls Church City Public Schools Superintendent Peter Noonan announced classes will be all-virtual during the two instructional days of Thanksgiving week.
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