“School Board Considers New Boundary Policy 8130.8”

“On June 18, 2024, the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Governance Committee approved revised Boundary Policy 8130.8, the details of which can be reviewed at https://www.fcps.edu/departments-and-offices/office-chief-facilities-services-and-capital-programs/facilities-planning. The revised Policy has been forwarded to the full FCPS Board for further consideration. FCPS is NOT reviewing any proposed school boundary attendance assignments that impact WTWHA, only the policy that governs how FCPS school boundaries will be reviewed and any changes proposed and made in the future. If you have any comments, questions or concerns about the Boundary Policy, please reach out to our FCPS Board elected representative, Ms. Robyn Lady at https://www.fcps.edu/staff/robyn-lady

Wolf Trap Woods and Wolf Den

Welcome to the Wolf Trap Woods and Wolf Den neighborhoods.

We are an utterly unique area of 225 homes nestled in preserved forested acreage and adjacent to the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, with an additional 117 wooded acres of its own. Our association offers wooded trails, bridges, tennis courts and basketball facilities for outdoor recreation.

Yet with all this, we are located a mere one-half mile from Tysons and the Spring Hill Metro Station. We are a neighborhood of mature trees and cul de sacs, friendly neighbors and great schools. Our woods are filled with deer, red foxes, lots of birds, a few bats, hawks and sometimes a raccoon or two.

The Wolf Trap Woods Homes Association (WTWHA) is an all-volunteer organization run by and for the neighborhood.

If you are a realtor in need of a resale documents package for a closing, please contact our management service at

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