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Attendance e-mail to report an absence or call 703-222-7496
Parent Resource Center:
New Location – http://www.fcps.edu/dss/osp/prc/
Family and School Parnterships:
New Location -- http://www.fcps.edu/is/fam/
FCPS Clusters are now Regions :
Region 1 – http://www.fcps.edu/regions/r1/
Region 2 – http://www.fcps.edu/regions/r2/
Region 3 – http://www.fcps.edu/regions/r3/
Region 4 – http://www.fcps.edu/regions/r4/
Region 5 – http://www.fcps.edu/regions/r5/
Family Engagement Newsletter
This month’s newsletter on School Attendance: Separating Fact from Fiction, provides information to help schools and parents debunk common attendance myths, recognize and understand contributing factors to chronic school absence, and identify local and national resources (including print materials and public services announcements in English and Spanish) to reinforce the link between regular school attendance and school success from kindergarten through high school. For more information, contact Mary Shepherd, 703-204-4340 or Mary.Shepherd@fcps.edu.
New Wizard Mobile App Available
Information on careers, colleges, and paying for college plus personal values and interests, college majors and programs of study across Virginia’s colleges and universities, and transferring from a community college to a four-year college or university. The iPhone link is available here. The iPad link is available here.The link for the Android phone and tablet is available here. You must be on a Wi-Fi network during your initial install. Share any feedback at email@example.com.
Strategies for School Success
Web service provides daily tips, quizzes, and articles for parents of elementary through secondary school students. Users can search topics of interest and "ask the expert" by submitting questions online. http://www.fcps.edu/cco/fam/resources/publications/strategies.shtml
Web link for FCPS Gap Year Fair- please encourage pre-registration; http://www.usagapyearfairs.org/events-schedule/fairfax-va
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required by most two- and four-year colleges for students to receive financial aid for the 2013-2014 school year.
The 2013-2014 FAFSA form opens on January 1, 2014. Many colleges have a priority filing date of February 15 or March 1, so students are urged to complete this form as soon as possible after January 1 to maximize their chances of receiving aid.
For more information, visit www.fafsa.gov.
College Access Fairfax will be hosting Free FAFSA Completion Workshops throughout Fairfax County. These workshops allow families to bring their required paperwork and receive assistance in filing the form online.
For more information on these events, visit the College Access Fairfax website at: www.collegeaccessfairfax.org.
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