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Dr. Brabrand Message to the Community
July 15, 2021
Superintendent Brabrand sent a message to the community.
“Even the Smallest Little Thing Can Have a Positive Impact on the Life of a Student.”
July 09, 2021
From autism diagnosis to graduation with a 4.0 GPA, Centreville High School Class of ‘21 student, Logan De La Cruz and his mother Kolette, an FCPS assistant principal, couldn’t be more thankful for the support they have received along the way.
Important Immunization Requirement: Do You Have a Student Entering Seventh Grade or Twelfth Grade This Fall?
July 07, 2021
Seventh grade students cannot begin school in August without documentation of the Tdap booster and Meningococcal vaccine, and twelfth grade students also need documentation of the Meningococcal vaccine.
Queen Bee: Fairfax County Teen Places 21st in National Spelling Contest
June 25, 2021
Akshita Balaji, 14, was the first Fairfax County Public School student in at least a decade to make it to the final 30 spellers in the contest.
FCPS Students Build $1 Million Home During the Pandemic and Learn Life Lessons Along The Way
June 24, 2021
Through hands-on learning, Career and Technical Education students gain real-world construction experience to build a state-of-the-art home in Springfield, Va.
`Wow, This is Really Working!' Annandale High Newcomers Make Computers in Student-Led Workshop
June 21, 2021
Woodson's Ian Wallace leads Annandale High newcomers, most of whom arrived in the U.S. within the past year, in computer building workshop.
Historical Roadside Marker Named By Laurel Ridge Elementary School Students Unveiled on Juneteenth
June 21, 2021
School Based Technology Specialist Maura Keaney led a history project for fourth graders which involved researching and nominating unrecognized African American Virginians.
FCPS Offers Mental Wellness Consultations this Summer
June 21, 2021
From June 28 through August 6, any Fairfax County parent may schedule a 45-minute consultation by phone or video conferencing with a school psychologist or school social worker to get the support needed to help your child.
FCPS This Week - June 16, 2021
June 16, 2021
In the final issue of the 2020-21 school year, get information on summer food distribution, mask guidance for summer school, the Outstanding Employee Award winners, and graduations.
FCPS Students-Turned-Teachers Awarded Grant for Work in Underserved Communities
June 15, 2021
Teachers Aimee Cabrera and Darling Lievano draw on their Latin American roots to inspire their students to seek success at Mount Eagle and Beech Tree Elementary Schools.