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A safe place for children to create, grow, learn, and play. Students welcome the opening of the newly constructed track. Students use the Big6 to create Global Awareness Technology Projects. Just one of the SCA sponsored Spirit Days. FCPS’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program assists in creating a 21st century learning environment.

Welcome to Wakefield Forest Elementary School!

Our mission is to provide for all Wakefield Forest Elementary School students a structured environment where every child is engaged in learning in a responsible and productive way so that each student will be challenged to reach his or her potential, be a life-long learner, and contribute as a caring member of our diverse, changing world. 

Announcements

  • With only a few days remaining until the first day of school, At-Large School Board representative Ilryong Moon and School Board Member Megan McLaughlin would like to extend their best wishes for a most successful and enjoyable school year. Please take some time to view each of their welcome back messages.
    • View At-Large School Board representative Ilryong Moon's video here.
    • View School Board Member Megan McLaughlin's video here.
  • Supply Lists: The 2014-2015 School Suppliy lists are currently available here.
  • Bring Your Own Device: Wakefield Forest Elementary School has embraced Fairfax County Public School’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.  The purpose of this program is to assist students and staff in creating a 21st century learning environment.   In efforts to support this progress, ... (read more)
  • Parent View: Parents have the opportunity to create an FCPS 24-7 Learning (Blackboard) account of their own. Parent View Accounts provide legal guardians with access to all of their children’s FCPS 24-7 Learning courses using their own individual username and password. More importantly Parent View Accounts allow guardians to update their children’s emergency care information online. Learn how to Register for a ParentView Account on the FCPS 24-7 Learning: Parent Help webpage