Greetings Panther Family and Friends!
On behalf of the entire Falling Creek Middle School Family, I welcome you to the 2020-2021 School Year ~ The Year We Make It Happen! I look forward to working with our staff and families as we navigate through these unprecedented times. We, families, students and staff are all in this together to ensure that teaching and learning continues, expectations remain high for student commitment and engagement, and lessons are delivered in ways that fill in gaps, increase student achievement and enrich every learner daily! We miss our Panthers and are excited to “see” them in the days to come.
Although the way we do school has drastically changed, student mastery and our collective well being will remain our focus ~ We ARE PANTHER STRONG! We believe in our students, in the power of partnering with parents and the community, and the expertise and insight of our teachers. Let’s make this year our best year!
With Panther Pride,
Bermuda District representative Ann Coker was elected chair of the Chesterfield County School Board last night during the board’s annual organizational meeting. Clover Hill District representative Dorothy Heffron was elected vice chair. The other School Board members are Debbie Bailey (Dale District), Ryan Harter (Matoaca District) and Kathryn Haines (Midlothian District). After her selection, Coker […]...Read Full Article
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