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School Information
Office Information

Office Hours
School Year Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours:  Monday – Thursday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Office: (804) 743-3630
Clinic: (804) 743-3632
Fax: (804) (804) 275-9269
Email: FCES_Mail@ccpsnet.net

School Colors: Black & Yellow
School Mascot: Panthers
Established: 1964

Student Hours

Monday – Friday  9:25 am – 3:55 pm
A bell rings at 9:15 am for students to begin entering the building.
1st Bell 9:15 am
Tardy Bell 9:25 am
Dismissal 3:55 pm
Pre-K, Car riders, Walkers, and Daycare students are dismissed to their pick-up location at 3:55 pm.
Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade students will be dismissed at 4:00 pm.
3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade students will be dismissed at 4:05 pm.
School Buses depart at 4:10 pm.
On 3 hour early release days students are dismissed at 12:55 pm.

Directions

4800 Hopkins Road
North Chesterfield, VA 23234

Mission Statement

The staff, administrators, and community of Falling Creek Elementary are committed to providing an educational environment that will enable students to achieve at higher literacy levels and to be actively engaged in problem solving in a safe manner that enhances self-esteem, mutual respect, and student achievement.

Principals

Pamela R. Johnson    2009-present
Dr. Linda Rector        2006-2009
Kathleen Farwell        2003 – 2006
C. David McCrum       1993 – 2003
Jeffrey S. Beatman    1989 – 1993
Donald K. Bechtel      1986 – 1989
Leonard J. Rogers      1985 – 1986
Dr. Craig P. Organ     1981 – 1985
Herbert A. Richwine   1965 – 1981
John R. Kopko           1964 – 1965

School History

The initial section of the school was built for 600 students in 1964. During the following three years, there was tremendous population growth in the community. An additional section consisting of eight classrooms and two large rooms with a canopied play area for a pilot kindergarten was built. The construction of a six-room pod area, which is the present kindergarten, was completed in the fall of 1968. A comprehensive library and complete gymnasium were completed in 1984.

We currently have regular classroom teachers plus specialists in the areas of Physical Education, Music, Reading, Math, Art, Library Science, Mentally Disabled, Learning Disabled, Emotionally Disabled, Autism, Title 1, English as a Second Language, and Speech Pathology. In addition, we have a school Psychologist, Guidance Counselor, Public Health Nurse, and a School Social Worker.