Fallsmead@50 Fun Facts
Back-to-School Time
Posted on September 4, 2018 11:19 AM by Melani Miller Harig
Elementary school kids living in Fallsmead attended Lakewood Elementary from 1968-1971, but switched to Cold Spring Elementary when that was built in 1972. Fallsmead Elementary became the neighborhood elementary school when it was built in 1974 (it was K-6th until 1994). High school and middle school students in Fallsmead first attended Richard Montgomery High School and Julius West Middle School (then a junior high), but switched to Wootton High School and Robert Frost Middle School (then an intermediate school/junior high) after those were built in 1970 and 1971, respectively.
Corner of James Spring Court and Greenplace Terrace on the first day of school in September 1973. Photo courtesy of Tony Buckley from the Fallsmead History Photo Album. 
Bus stop at the corner of Infield Court South and Fallsmead Way in 1990. Photo Courtesy of Stacy Shiffman from the Fallsmead History Photo Album.
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We hope that you enjoyed reading these Fallsmead@50 Weekly Fun Facts about Fallsmead's history and important events in Fallsmead's past as much as we enjoyed writing them! Although they ended at the conclusion of our 50th anniversary year in 2018, you can continue to access them here. They are still open for comments, so please feel free to share your thoughts and memories!