Shrevewood Elementary School
7525 Shreve Rd, Falls Church, VA 22043
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School Summary

Shrevewood believes in excellence for all children. To that end, our efforts are focused on excellence for all. To achieve that, we set high expectations for our students framed in appropriate support, and ensure our teachers engage in professional development that will directly support teaching and learning. Our instruction is based on best practices as defined by FCPS and notable researchers in the field of education, the Virginia Standards of Learning, and Fairfax County Public Schools' Program of Studies Objectives. The tenets of Portrait of a Graduate (Communicator, Collaborator, Ethical and Global Citizen, Critical and Creative Thinker, Goal-Directed and Resilient Individual), are integrated with technology into all core subject areas so that our students develop skills in order to be successful in the workforce of the future.

We are a global school in every sense of the word, with approximately 40 home languages and cultures represented in our student body. We serve students from preschool (age 4) to grade 6. Our program includes special education, FECEP, Enhanced Autism, and Limited English Proficiency, and our students enjoy full music, physical education, and art programs, as well as Mandarin Chinese instruction in grades 1-6. Classroom celebrations and quarterly cultural arts performances are also experienced by our students.

Inclusion for special education and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students, a Friday Friends program, and a mentoring program ensure that our children learn to interact with, value and respect the differences among us. Our Positive Behavioral Approach (PBA) program also promotes responsibility and citizenship, which is a global requirement among our diverse student body. We work to produce solid citizens who can indeed become positive, productive, and contributing world citizens. The rich diversity of our school provides our students with an excellent opportunity to learn in a setting that is reflective of the diverse world in which they will live and work.

Last Updated: 2019-02-01

Enrollment Enrollment as of June 202324: 643
Grades Preschool, K-6
FCPS Programs Last Updated: 2022-01-14
Special Features
  • Advanced Math in Grades 5 and 6
  • Fall and Spring PTA - Sponsored After School Activities, including:
    • Chess Club
    • Drawing by Young Rembrandts
    • Science,Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM)
    • Fun and Fast No Bake Cooking
    • Sports Spectacular
    • Jr. Forensic Science
    • Cursive Writing for Beginners
    • Mine craft Academy
    • Creative Kids Art Class
    • Math Booster and Math Booster Jr.
    • Beginning Spanish
  • Foreign language in Elementary School (FLES): Mandarin in Grades 1-6
  • Girls on the Run
  • International Night
  • Junior Achievement (led by Marshall High school students)
  • Let Me Run
  • Local level IV Services in Grades 3 - 6
  • Positive Behavior Approach (PBA)
  • Responsive Instruction (RI)
  • Teachers College/Lucy Calkins Literacy Practices
  • Service Learning in Grade 6
  • Spring Forward Math Program
  • Student Council Association (SCA)
  • Student Newspaper
  • Universal Screener
  • Young Scholars K-2
Last Updated: 2019-02-01
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