The following were among the actions of the Fairfax County School Board at its July 28 meeting:

MERIT PAY--Approved solicitation of proposals for consultant to assist and advise in the development of a performance-based incentive pay program for school system employes. Proposals are due by Sept. 16.

RUNNING TRACKS--Awarded contracts for the installation of rubberized asphalt running surfaces on tracks to American Tennis Courts, Inc., $54,450 for Falls Church and Madison High Schools and to Corson & Gruman Co.,$26,200 for Lee High School.

APPOINTMENTS--Appointed Peg Reed to the Advisory Committee for Exceptional Children; Barbara Rosenfeld to the Advisory Committee for Gifted and Talented; Joanna Rubin to the Advisory Committee on Human Relations; and David Andre, Rosemarie Annunziata, James Burkhardt, John Donaldson, Robert Easterling, William Hayes, Karl Landstrom, William Lewis, Harry Marfut, Barbara Miller, Joseph Obenshain, Merritt Ruhlen, John Scott, James Shrybman, Peter Sissman, David Sutherland, Neil Title and Carl Witmeyer as independent hearing officers.

COMMITTEE CHAIR ASSIGNMENTS--Facilities: Robert Frye; Finance and Budget: James Kitchin; Instruction: Carmin Caputo; Personnel: Joy Korogolos; Legislation: Toni Carney; School/Community: Laura McDowall.

MEMORIALS--A plaque honoring the late former superintendent W.T. Woodson will be placed in the Legato School Museum. The School Board will act at its Sept. 15 meeting on a proposal to name the computer science laboratory at Marshall High School for Ralph W. Frieden, math teacher at the school from 1969 until his death last May.

There will be no School Board meetings in August. The next School Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 8. School will open in Fairfax County on Monday, Aug. 29.

For further information call 691-2291 or 691-2797.