(Sat., April 13th, 2-4 PM) Meet & Greet Vinson X. Palathingal, Candidate for Fairfax County School Board At-Large

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Meet & Greet Vinson X. Palathingal

Candidate for Fairfax County School Board At-Large

Please join us for a Meet & Greet on behalf of Vinson X. Palathingal, Candidate for Fairfax County Public Schools At-Large (County Wide)

Dear Fairfax County Voters and FCPS Parents,

I have met many of you personally on the campaign trail so far and you all have been very nice to me. Thank you so much for all your encouraging words and support. I see great momentum building in Fairfax County that is rooted in sheer commonsense and sincere hope for a change. A change in the right direction!
I would like to personally invite you to two Meet & Greet events planned on my behalf in the coming days. I hope you will be able to come to one of the events with your family and other concerned friends you may have. This will be a great opportunity to share your thoughts and fears about our public school system. See the details of the events attached here. Please access the link to RSVP today!
These campaigns are expensive (Fairfax has 1.2 million people & over 735,000 registered voters). As an At-Large candidate, I look forward to show casing my vision to the entire voter population. I have to use traditional as well as new generation campaign techniques and tools to be competitive in November. I plan to reach out to and energize various ethnic communities in Fairfax to vote their commonsense values.
Please RSVP today to one of the events that is convenient to you. If you cannot somehow make it, I request you to make a donation to my campaign. You can do that directly from the website or by sending a check made payable  to ‘Vinson For School Board’ to the address below. I am counting on your support. I look forward to reporting great progress soon 😊
Best regards
Vinson Xavier Palathingal
(M): +1 (703) 568-8070, Vinson@VinsonForSchoolBoard.Com
P.O. Box 661
McLean, Virginia 22101

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Summary: Fairfax Public Education Conference - March 17, 2019


I am sending out this email to summarize the information presented yesterday at the conference. As the result of that conference, a movement is being formed to carry on the effort to inform all of Fairfax County residents and to make changes for the improvement of FCPS.


Many thanks to our speakers for sharing their valuable insight of the state of the Fairfax County Public School System with the Fairfax County residents. The notable speakers were Chris Wright, Arthur Purves, Thu-Hang Tran, MD., Chad Brown, and Vinson Palathingal. These speakers, through their presentation, dissected many aspects of the Fairfax County Public School System.

Their messages gave the audience a lot of concerns over the public education in Fairfax County:

1. Communist and socialist ideology have infiltrated our schools to confuse and dumb down our children.

2. Most of Fairfax high school students are not prepared for college as reflected in 2017-2018 high school SOL pass advanced rates: Writing – 33.32%, Reading – 9.93%, Algebra 1 – 6.64%, Earth Science – 7.21%

3. Despite the increase in school spending, which is about 122% over the last eighteen years, the students' academic achievement is very low.

Real estate tax has been on the rise every year to support the increasing school spending.

4. Books are being replaced by computers.

Students spend more time on computers in school and at home.

Medical evidence of physical and psychological harms to young students due to over exposure of computer screens and electronic devices.

5. Increasingly out of control, wasteful spending.

Phong Nguyen

FPEC 2019
"Our Children Are Our Number One Priority" 



Dear Friends,

We have a very informative education conference on various issues affecting Fairfax County Public Schools, on this coming Sunday from 3pm to 6pm. This is organized by some concerned parents and I have offered our house to conduct the event. Experts in various topics are coming to talk to the parents and it will be a great opportunity for parents with kids attending FCPS schools.


I know it is the church time and may be tough for many of you to attend. However, if some of you can attend that will be great. Please let me know by Saturday if you can make it.


The agenda is attached here. The address is **** Street, Falls Church, VA 22043. Light refreshments will be served.


Best regards


Vinson Xavier Palathingal

(M): +1 (703) 568-8070


P.O. Box 661

McLean, Virginia 22101



Dear fellow Fairfax County residents,

You are cordially invited to the Fairfax Public Education Conference (FPEC) 2019, which will be held next Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 3:00 P.M. 

The venue for the conference is: **** Street, Falls Church, VA 22043

There is NO cost to the Conference. 

Please bring your families, neighbors, friends, and acquaintances, and anyone else who may be interested in the current state of our Fairfax County Public School system. 

There will be presentations from diverse community leaders and professionals on many important issues related to the Fairfax County Public Schools and on ways to improve our public school system. 

Light refreshments will be served.

Please see the attached conference agenda.

We look forward to seeing you all.


Phong Nguyen
FPEC 2019 
"Our Children Are Our Number One Priority"



Current Issues in Fairfax County Public Schools

March 17, 2019

**** Street, Falls Church VA 22043


1. Communist/socialist influence in our schools

   Chris Wright, J.D.

2. Poor educational performances

   Chad Brown

3. School Board's wasteful spending

   Arthur Purves

4. Family Life Education's inappropriate contents

   Arthur Purves

   Thu-Hang Tran, M.D.

5. Vocational training for high school students

   Gregg Nelson

6. AAP/Magnet schools' issues

Vinson Palathingal

7. One-to-one laptop program (FCPSON)– all high schools, middle schools, elementary schools

   (wasteful spending and health hazards)

   Thu-Hang Tran, M.D.

8. Formation of a movement/organization to inform Fairfax residents of these issues

   Bobby Ly

9. The need for school board candidates in the November 2019 elections who will support our agenda

   Anh Tu Do

10. Proposed agenda for the school board candidates

   Phong Nguyen, J.D.

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  • Always be on time at the bus stop. 

  • Always stand back from the curb.

  • Always walk to and from the bus. Do not run.

  • Always await your turn to get on or off the bus. Do not push and shove.

  • Always stay in your seat unless the driver tells you otherwise.

  • Always keep the aisle in the bus clear.

  • Always talk quietly to the people sitting around you. There's no need to yell and shout.

  • Always obey the driver. His or her job is to look out for your safety.

  • Always take at least 10 giant steps before turning when you get off the bus. This is so the driver can see you.

  • Always wait for the driver's okay before crossing the street.

  • Always cross the street at least 10 feet in front of the bus. This is so that the driver can see you.

  • Never crawl underneath a school bus. If you drop something, tell the driver, and he or she will tell you what to do.

Information and forms for the Conduct of Students Riding School Buses are incorporated in the FCPS Student Responsibilities and Rights (SR&R). When parents sign the SR&R, they acknowledge appropriate behaviors for students using school buses.

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