The following were among the actions taken at the Falls Church School Board at its Sept. 20 meeting:
ENROLLMENT--The superintendent reported an enrollment of 1,036 students in the city's elementary, middle and high schools after 10 days of school. That is 30 more students than last year at the same time.
GOALS--Adopted School Board goals for the current school year. Among them: a system of recognition for the staff that reflects service and achievement; review of the National Commission on Excellence in Education's report, "A Nation at Risk," and its application to Falls Church schools; monitoring of the progress of proposed legislation concerning the city's Extended Day Care Program; maintenance of a good working relationship with the city's business community; study of the implications of the cable TV studio at George Mason High and its community involvement on school curriculum and budget, and continued review and updating of the Policy Manual.
ENGLISH CURRICULUM--Adopted a substantially unrevised curriculum for grades 2-9, with the understanding that there would be several modifications made for the next school year.
SPECIAL EDUCATION--Received annual report from the Special Education Advisory Committee.
APPOINTMENTS--Daniel M. Arons as director for the proposed Falls Church Public Cable Television Access Corporation; Christine Anderson and Mary R. Ryder to the Day Care Advisory Board; Allan Phillips to the Special Education Advisory Committee.