The Open FCPS Coalition, a non-partisan group working to reopen FCPS schools for 5 days a week of in-person instruction, is holding a petition signing to RECALL Dranesville Representative Elaine Tholen. Petition signers MUST sign in person; electronic signatures are not permitted by law.
WHEN: Saturday, 4/24 from 10 am – 2 pm
WHERE: Herndon Caboose Park on the W&OD Trail, 777 Lynn Street, Herndon, VA 20170
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The media applauded Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) this week for announcing it will offer four days a week of in-person education to “some” students. Yet within hours of the announcement many schools were alerting families to the reality that the four-day option will be unavailable to most in-person students.
Dranesville Voters – Sign the petition to recall ineffective Fairfax County School Board Representative Elaine Tholen!
There will be an opportunity to sign on Saturday, 3/6 from 9am – noon, in the parking lot of the CVS, 1020 Seneca Road, Great Falls, VA
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OpenFCPS Coalition is a non-partisan parent and citizen group working to open our schools for 5 day in-person education. They are running a recall effort against Dranesville Rep. Tholen, Springfield Rep. Laura Jane Cohen and At Large Rep. Abrar Omeish. If you’d like to help gather signatures in your neighborhood, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fairfax Dems unleashed a tweetstorm Tuesday evening, raging against critics of the “all-Democratic Fairfax County School Board.” Notwithstanding the school board’s many failures, county Democrats vowed to back all current board members, including those facing down a grassroots recall effort.
The nonpartisan “OpenFCPS” coalition issued a scathing response Tuesday night