Summer Office Hours: Starting July 1, Cooper's summer office hours will be 8 am- 12:15 pm. The office will be closed on July 4 & 5.
Registering a New Student:
For information on registering a new student at Cooper for the 2013-2014 school year please click on Student Services in the menu bar.
7th Grade Summer Cell Class:
Summer CELL is a special extension of the Cooper Empowered for Life and Learning (CELL) program intended to help smooth the transition from elementary to middle school for rising 7th graders. Students will become familiar with Cooper and learn about expectations for 7th graders by touring the school, learning their schedules, practicing how to open their lockers, and having the opportunity to ask questions of current Cooper students. Additionally, students will learn organization, time management, note-taking, and listening strategies that will help them prepare for the year!
For more information and/or to register for the program please read the Summer Cell Flyer/Registration Form and complete an Emergency Care Form. Included in the $40 registration fee are two half-day sessions, daily snacks and lunch, and a Cooper t-shirt. The dates for the program are August 12 & 13. If you have any questions please contact Jan Ahearn.
8th Grade Summer CELL Program:
Summer CELL is a special extension of the Cooper Empowered for Life and Learning (CELL) program intended to help prepare rising 8th graders for increased rigor in the new school year. Students will practice taking Cornell notes and will learn strategies for organization, time management, and critical reading. This two day program will take place on August 14-15 from 7:30 – 11:00 am.
For more information and/or to register for the program please read the Summer Cell Flyer/Registration Form and complete an Emergency Care Form. Included in the $32 registration fee are two half-day sessions and daily snacks. If you have any questions, please contact Jan Ahearn at 703.442.5812.
Rising 9th Grade Sports Information:
Fall 2013 sports tryouts begin Monday, August 5, 2013 for all fall sports. All eligibility requirements must be met in order to participate in tryouts. Click here for information about eligibility requirements, tryout dates and times. Each sport will have tryout information under their respective webpage under “NEWS”. Check back frequently for updates.
NOTE: If you are trying out for a fall sport NOW is the time to make appointments with your doctor or register for the FCPS Athletic Training Program Pre-Participation Screening (PHYSICALS/PPE) at Langley on June 4, 2013. To register go to http://www.fcps.edu/supt/activities/atp/ppe/index.shtml
We recommend all student-athletes trying out for fall 2013 sports turn in their VHSL form no later than June 26, 2013. Make a copy for your records.
Are you thinking of purchasing an new computer for your child or are you in need of upgrading your Microsoft or Adobe software? Before you go out and buy anything, make sure to check out the FCPS website’s Technology@Home page to find information on how to get the latest Microsoft office package FREE for your child as well as how to get discounts on Adobe software and Dell and HP computer equipment. http://www.fcps.edu/it/technology/TechnologyHome.shtml
Personal Devices at Cooper:
FCPS is allowing students to bring their Personally Owned Devices (POD) to school for instructional use in the classroom. To find out more about the registration process and the devices that are allowed at Cooper please click the following link. Cooper POD Information
Please see Mr. Cunningham or Mrs. Dorman in room 201 to register a device.
For more information please visit the KIT website by clicking the link or the the KIT icon to the right. Stay Informed: Parents do you want to stay informed? Here are the links to directions on registering for Keep in Touch, and Parent View (pdf)
- June 10, 2013 (pdf)