The new supply list for the 2016-2017 school year is up to date. Click here to view!
Click here for the list of summer reading and math assignments.
Summer Reading Programs
Check out the following links for the summer reading programs.
Back 2 School Bash
Rising 9th Graders attending South Lakes High School
CyberPatriot Coming to Hughes
This upcoming fall there will be a new exciting program called CyberPatriot geared toward inspiring middle school students who are interested in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. CyberPatriot is a team based program that competes in the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. We are looking for people to be involved in the program and if you’d like more information please contact Franklin Kyle at email@example.com or Sabrina Roman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the website for more details: https://www.uscyberpatriot.org/.
SIS & Blackboard Parent Accounts
Parents will now use the same log in information to access SIS and FCPS 24-7 Learning.
FCPS 24-7 Learning Parent View will provide access to view all of your child's available courses, Family Connection to view Academic and Career Planning (for Middle and High school students), and Bus Stop Information. You can also update your child’s Emergency Care Information through weCare@school.
SIS Parent Account will provide access to view your child’s student information, including attendance, report cards, class schedules, gradebook (for Middle and High School students), course history, discipline, health, and school information, establishing another form of communication between home and school.
To learn more about the SIS Parent Account, click the links below:
- SIS Parent Registration - Account activation link
- SIS Parent Account Access - Account access link
- SIS Parent Account Registration - Help video
- SIS Parent Account Navigation - Help video
FCPS Google Apps for Education (GAE)
Bring Your Own Device
Check out this new information regarding specifications for mobile devices that students may bring to school. Read more...