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Superintendent Community Conversations
August 16, 2022
Superintendent Reid is hosting conversations across the division. Register for upcoming events: Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center (Wednesday, Nov. 30).
FCPS Condemnation of Gun Violence in Schools
May 24, 2022
We condemn the senseless act of violence that occurred today at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. We want you to know that the safety of our schools, and the children and staff within them, is our highest priority. (Message includes links to resources for talking with students about school violence.)
Reminder: Register Now to Meet the Incoming Superintendent on May 3
May 02, 2022
Register for an in-person event with Dr. Michelle Reid, FCPS' incoming superintendent, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3.
Meet the New Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools
April 15, 2022
In a video, Dr. Reid shares more about her background, her passion for education, and what she thinks makes FCPS a world-class school division.
Follow-up to Mask Changes Effective March 1
February 28, 2022
As a reminder, mask wearing becomes optional for all March 1. Masks are no longer required during low and medium COVID-19 community levels. Some students and staff may choose to continue to wear a mask for personal or health reasons and others may not. Families, please talk with your children about your expectations for their mask use at school and remind them to support their classmates and teachers’ choices.
Mask Guidance Update
February 18, 2022
On Wednesday, the Virginia General Assembly passed Senate Bill 739, which allows parents to opt their children out of mask-wearing effective March 1. At this time, FCPS' layered prevention strategies, including universal masking, remain in place.
Update on Our Roll Back Plan
February 10, 2022
FCPS will scale back some prevention strategies, such as masking, testing, and quarantining, when the Fairfax County community reaches moderate transmission of COVID-19 and remains there for seven consecutive days.
Update on Legal Challenge- Masks Remain
February 04, 2022
Arlington Circuit Court agreed to a temporary injunction requested by FCPS and six other Northern Virginia school districts, that takes immediate action to protect the health of our community and also reaffirms the constitutional right in the Commonwealth of Virginia of school boards to make policy decisions for their districts.
Snow Is in the Forecast: How to Prepare for an Inclement Weather Virtual Learning Day
January 13, 2022
What to students and staff can expect on a virtual learning inclement weather day.
Message for Families - Navigating the January 2022 COVID Surge
January 06, 2022
FCPS remains committed to providing safe in-person learning for students while navigating the national omicron surge we are experiencing as we return to school after winter break.
UPDATE: NEW LOCATION for Sat/Sun Optional Diagnostic Testing for Symptomatic FCPS Students and Staff
January 01, 2022
FCPS will be offering additional diagnostic testing Sunday, January 2 for symptomatic staff and students at South County High School