Coronavirus Update - Daily Update - June 3

Coronavirus Update - Daily Update - June 3

Fairfax County Health Department

June 3

New Cases: *170

Total Cases: 11,718

Confirmed: 11,207

Probable:       511

Total Hospitalized: 1,396

Total Deaths: 410

(Health District includes Fairfax County, City of Fairfax, City of Falls Church and towns within the county)

 

COVID-19 Testing Information in Fairfax

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/sites/health/files/assets/documents/pdf/covid19_testing_fairfax.pdf

 

Fairfax County Health Department COVID-19 Data Dashboard

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/covid19/case-information

 

Fairfax Health District Offering Free Vaccine Clinics to Ensure Children are Protected from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/covid-19-pandemic-disrupting-childhood-vaccination-schedules

 

Instruction

Synchronous Instruction

Usage data for June 3:

  •                21,712                Sessions Launched
  •              190,582                Attendees

 

Thirteen Students Named 2020 National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarship Winners

National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarship Winners

 

Summer Learning Programs

Summer Learning

 

FCPS Awards 42 Students a Letter of Intent for Teaching Positions

Teachers for Tomorrow

 

TJHSST Offers Admission to 486 Students

https://www.fcps.edu/news/tjhsst-offers-admission-486-students

 

Food Distribution

Day

Date

Total

Monday

5/18/2020

24,755

Tuesday

5/19/2020

24,973

Wednesday

5/20/2020

26,588

Thursday

5/21/2020

25,460

Friday

5/22/2020

26,194

Monday

5/25/2020

18,764

Tuesday

5/26/2020

25,183

Wednesday

5/27/2020

24,486

Thursday

5/28/2020

24,523

Friday

5/29/2020

26,140

Monday

6/1/2020

23,125

Tuesday

6/2/2020

23,059

Wednesday

6/3/2020

24,319

Total Meals Served Since March 14: 1,241,122 (through June 3)

 

Media

 

Governor Northam Announces Phase Two Guidelines to Further Ease Public Health Restrictions

https://www.governor.virginia.gov/newsroom/all-releases/2020/june/headline-857141-en.html

 

Northam will allow most of Virginia to move into phase 2 on Friday

https://www.wavy.com/news/virginia/northam-will-allow-most-of-virginia-to-move-into-phase-2-on-friday/

 

VHSL waiting for Gov. Northam before making a decision on fall sports

https://www.pilotonline.com/757teamz/vp-sp-vhsl-no-idea-20200601-gxeswv6ajfaczpwpf4xdhgpn4m-story.html

 

South Lakes HS Students Honored with Virginia NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

 

School Outreach

Robinson SS

Class of 2020 Salute

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJGlyYQSyTM&feature=youtu.be

 

Daniels Run ES

Good morning, 

We are providing a video read aloud of the book, Let's Talk About Race, by Julius Lester.   

"I write because our lives are stories. If enough of these stories are told, then perhaps we will begin to see that our lives are the same story. The differences are merely in the details."

~Julius Lester

In this important book, Let’s Talk About Race, Julius Lester creates a safe space for families to explore race, experiences, and ultimately provide growth and learning for all. Consider watching this video together as a family.

 

Westfield High School

Dear Parents and Guardians:

Due to the school closure, we were unable to hold our annual Westfield Pyramid Art Show. This is one of the most beloved traditions at Westfield High School. In an effort to share a bit of the work that our students have created in their advanced study of the Arts, we have created a Virtual Show with a sampling of work what was accepted for exhibition in the One Person Show section of our show.

Each year we award close to $1000 in art scholarships to deserving artists in our Pyramid. This year is no different! Look for ribbons in our exhibits to find our award winners. We are super proud of them and all of our student artists!

Our COVID Creative slideshow is a collection of the artwork students have created during our closure and Distance Learning in our Level 1-3 courses. Enjoy their response to our current reality and see our world through their eyes.  https://westfieldhs.fcps.edu/node/5346 

Sincerely, 

Anthony E. Copeland, PhD

Principal

 

Canterbury Woods ES

This week marks our “No Place for Hate” digital celebration. What better time than now to encourage our students to celebrate their unique identities and those of their classmates; to practice kindness and acceptance and understanding. We encourage you to explore the website together with your children.

If we were together in school, your children would connect with trusted staff members and fellow students as they tried to make sense of the complex and scary events of this spring. Please do not hesitate to reach out for that same support now. Our school counselors, Becca Wilson and Necole Brown, your child's teachers, and your administrative team are here to listen.

No Place For Hate

NOW - JUNE 8

NPFH

This year we formed our very first No Place for Hate committee and all CWES students signed the No Place for Hate Pledge. Our plan was to host an in-school end-of-year event celebrating all of our students and families and our differences. While we are sad that we weren’t able to celebrate in person, we are very proud and excited to share that we persevered and worked creatively to prepare our very first DIGITAL school-wide event!

 

COVID 19 Web Links

FCPS www.fcps.edu 

Fairfax County https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/covid19/