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  • The week of January 12, 2015 Langley High School is providing a depression awareness and suicide prevention training as part of the SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program to our 10th grade students. The program has proven to be successful at increasing students’ awareness of mental health concerns along with creating strategies that students can use when they are concerned about themselves or a friend. Our goal is to:
    • help our students understand that depression is treatable,
    • provide our students training to identify signs of potential depression and suicidality in themselves or a friend,
    • help our students know who in the school they can turn to for help if they need it.

    Our plan is to implement the SOS program to our 10th graders the week of January 12 via Health/PE 9 classes. Students will view the SOS Friends for Life video and complete a brief questionnaire. The Student Services Department will review questionnaires and follow up with students and parents when necessary.  Parents will have the opportunity to preview the SOS video that will be shown to students, receive handouts on community mental health resources, and will view the trusted adult video on January 7, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. in the Auditorium. Parents who do not wish for their child to participate in the SOS program will be required to return an opt-out form before January 9, 2015 to Sonya Williams.

  • On January 8, at 6:30 pm, Langley will host a Curriculum Night Program. Parents of current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders are invited to hear information from teachers about curricula differences amongst the different levels of core subjects. Information and presentations from elective departments will be presenting options as well.  Information to presented may include: 
    ·       Amount of homework given nightly 
    ·       Teacher expectations of their students
    ·       Projects due throughout the year
    ·       Skills needed for success in the course
    ·       Differences between the general level/honors level and/or AP level
    ·       Time management, commitment, balance, and work ethic requirements
    ·       Work samples from all levels of the course
    ·       Differences in textbooks by levels
    In order to help families prepare for Curriculum Night, click here for the course selection planning sheet. This can be used to guide conversations with your student about plans for the next school year and will assist in preparing for graduation.

    FCPS Graduation Requirements Link:
    http://www.fcps.edu/is/schoolcounseling/graduation.shtml
    FCPS Course Sequencing Link:
    http://www.fcps.edu/is/schoolcounseling/courses/index.shtml

  • Langley High School Alumni from 1975 have announced plans for their 40th Reunion at St. Luke’s Parish Hall on Georgetown Pike in McLean on August 1, 2015. Please contact David Cahan at dcahan@tvlon.com for detailed information or visit https://travelon.wufoo.com/forms/langley-high-school/  to be added to their database.

  • Schedule Change Packets are now available…Click here for the packet and follow the instructions.

  • The Science Department is recruiting volunteers to assist with the science fair on January 22, 2015.  If you are interested in serving as a judge or member of the Scientific Review Committee, or would like to provide refreshments, please complete the form at the link below.  Your assistance greatly helps us make this program successful.  If you have any questions, please contact Jeromy Gilman (Jeromy.Gilman@fcps.edu) or Sarah Ell (Sarah.Ell@fcps.edu). http://goo.gl/kp79hh

  • Work Permits: Documents required to process a child labor permit can be found at http://www.doli.virginia.gov/

  • Congratulations to Ms. Leah Puhlick, Langley science teacher, who has been recognized by the Yale Office of Undergraduate Admisions as a recipient of the 2014 Yale Educator Award.

  • On-Line Options – See the link below for information on FCPS’s online campus.
    http://www.fcps.edu/is/onlinecampus/index.shtml

  • Service Learning Opportunities - Check the website regularly for new Service Learning Opportunities. Updated 12/11/14. For more information about service learning at Langley, the Service Cord, and the Civic Seal, visit the  Student Services, Service Learning tab.

  • Want to start a new club or renew an existing club? Click here for directions and documents.

  • Yearbook Sales Flyer, click here. To go to the Yearbook Website, click here.

  • New and prospective students may schedule a tour of the building through the PTSA. Click here for information.

  • Moving to Langley Boundaries? - .Click here for registration information


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Langley High School is located in the northeast corner of Fairfax County, just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, in McLean, Virginia. The school's geographic attendance area, the largest in the district, encompasses residences on the border with Loudoun County as well as the community of McLean.

Langley High School is one of twenty-six secondary and high schools in the Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) system. The school district is the largest in Virginia and the eleventh largest in the country, with over 175,000 students served.