Frisch Presents Capacity Relief Proposal for Shrevewood Elementary, Tysons Periphery

Karl Frisch
1 min readDec 11, 2020

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA — This week, at a virtual meeting of the Shrevewood Elementary School PTA, Fairfax County School Board Member Karl Frisch unveiled a proposal to relieve capacity concerns at Shrevewood and in the Tysons periphery by repurposing Dunn Loring Administration Center as a new elementary school using available bond funds.

“This proposal will bring much-needed, sustainable capacity relief to Shrevewood Elementary School and the Tysons periphery,” said Frisch. “Overcrowding has been an ongoing challenge for the community, and now we have a plan to help address this problem.”

Frisch was joined at the meeting by Dr. Fabio Zuluaga, Region 2 Assistant Superintendent; Jessica Gillis, Special Projects Administrator, Facilities and Transportation Services; and Jeff Platenbeg, Assistant Superintendent, Facilities and Transportation Services. Shrevewood’s Assistant Principal Tylea Holley and Principal Joshua DeSmyter were also on hand.

The School Board will consider Frisch’s proposal on January 5, 2021.