Pine Spring Elementary School
7607 Willow Ln, Falls Church, VA 22042
571-226-4400
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Grades Preschool, FECEP, K-6
 
Principal Armando Peri
alperi@fcps.edu
 
FCPS Programs
 
Special Features
  • Distinguished Title I School 2011
  • Golden Apple Wellness Award 2011-2013
  • Positive Behavior Support (PBS)
  • Response to Intervention
  • Compacted Math 4-6
  • Strings/Band 4-6
  • PTA Sponsored, Community Building Events
  • Safety Patrols
  • Student Council Association (SCA)
  • Reading Recovery
  • Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)
  • Mentoring
  • Parent Resource Center
  • Parents as Educational Partners (PEP)
  • WPSE-Student News Program
  • Challenge 24
  • Community Service Projects (Hoops for Heart, Walk for the Homeless)
  • After School Remediation Program (ASRP)
  • Summer Extended Learning Time (SELT)
  • Odyssey of the Mind
  • Character Education-Mega Skills
  • Bobcat Bootcamp
  • Teachers as Learners
  • Teacher Researchers
  • After School Clubs
  • Early Literacy Program
  • Peer Mediation
  • Homework Club
  • Teacher Cadet Program w/ Falls Church HS
  • George Mason University Professional Development School
  • Reading Buddies
  • LIFT-Summer Reading Program
  • Early Intervention Reading Initiative (EIRI)
  • Wee Deliver Postal Service
 
Business Partnership
  • Vocelli Pizza
 
Attendance Area This school is part of Region 2 and the Falls Church HS pyramid. Enter your street address in the boundary locator to determine which schools your student should attend.

School Summary
Pine Spring Elementary School provides a comprehensive program of educational experiences for all students preschool through grade six. The school emphasizes a cooperative approach to education; special education teachers team-teach with regular classroom teachers and implement a unique model of instructional delivery.

The richness of student diversity is celebrated at Pine Spring. Twenty-five countries and over 31 languages are represented within the student body. The English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) program offers these students an opportunity to develop their English proficiency while being integrated into the regular classroom. The staff and parents collaboratively make decisions that govern the function and focus of the school.

The mission of Pine Spring is to provide a quality education for all students. Improving the performance of all students in language arts, math, science and social studies is the focus of the Pine Spring school plan. Title I reading and math services, Reading Recovery and other intervention programs respond to the instructional needs of the students.

A high degree of community involvement is valued. Special attention is placed on outreach to and participation of parents in the total school program.

Last Updated: 2013-08-02