Office of Chief Operating Officer
The mission of the Office of Chief Operating Officer is to provide community use of school facilities, safe and efficient student transportation, safe and secure educational environments, and food programs to support student academic achievement within FCPS.
The Office of Chief Operating Officer is organized into four areas of responsibility to provide effective and efficient services to FCPS employees, parents, and the community:
Administrative Services provides administrative and logistical support by overseeing the community use of FCPS facilities, supporting departmental technology requirements, and providing departmental financial, budgeting, and contract management coordination.
- Use School Facilities for Community Use
- Access Community Use Forms
- Get Details on Current Solicitations to Bid for Facilities Management
Food and Nutrition Services
Food and Nutrition Services is dedicated to all FCPS' students and school communities. We believe daily access to food and nutrition is essential for children to succeed and reach their full potential. FNS' mission is to provide children with the tools and resources needed to foster life-long healthy eating behaviors.
- Find out What's for Lunch
- Add funds to a lunch account
- Learn about Prices, Lunch Account Prepayments, and Refunds
- Learn about Free and Reduced-Price Meals
Safety and Security
Safety and Security provides overall guidance, direction, and support to the safety, health, and security programs, including federal (and Commonwealth of Virginia equivalent), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) programs. Safety and Security also develops, implements, and monitors student and employee health and safety programs; monitors and standardizes chemical purchases; and implements necessary hazardous waste disposals.
Transportation Services provides safe and efficient student transportation. Transportation Services is responsible for basic day-to-day transportation from neighborhood bus stops for both division and contract schools; shuttle runs for mid-day transportation; late bus runs after normal school closing; and transportation for schools' educational and athletic field trips.
Transportation Services operates a transportation training center to provide well-trained drivers and attendants; supervises the purchase and maintenance of all school-owned vehicles; and ensures that each school bus driver has met all local, state, and federal requirements.