Return to School Update - December 1

Return to School Update - December 1

Fairfax County Health Department

Cases in Fairfax County as of December 1.  Total = 31,605 New Cases 217 Total Hospitalized 2591 and Total Deceased 639

 

Virginia Department of Health and FCPS Case Data

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Food Distribution

Fairfax County Public Schools is offering no-cost nutritious meals to ALL students through June 30, 2021. Meals are available at school sites and along bus routes.

Day 

Date 

Student  

Adult  

Total 

Sunday 

11/1/2020 

34,866 

34,866 

Sunday 

11/1/2020 

34,866 

34,866 

Monday 

11/2/2020 

46,262 

46,265 

Tuesday 

11/3/2020 

42,089 

42,089 

Wednesday 

11/4/2020 

59,544 

59,549 

Thursday 

11/5/2020 

58,396 

13 

58,409 

Friday 

11/6/2020 

68,274 

68,278 

Saturday 

11/7/2020 

34,716 

34,716 

Sunday 

11/8/2020 

33,679 

33,679 

Monday 

11/9/2020 

54,436 

54,440 

Tuesday 

11/10/2020 

56,801 

10 

56,811 

Wednesday 

11/11/2020 

45,507 

45,511 

Thursday 

11/12/2020 

54,846 

54,855 

Friday 

11/13/2020 

65,320 

11 

65,331 

Saturday 

11/14/2020 

32,310 

32,310 

Sunday 

11/15/2020 

31,775 

31,775 

Monday 

11/16/2020 

55,685 

55,689 

Tuesday 

11/17/2020 

59,081 

59,088 

Wednesday 

11/18/2020 

58,622 

58,625 

Thursday 

11/19/2020 

59,052 

59,057 

Friday 

11/20/2020 

69,208 

69,216 

Saturday 

11/21/2020 

31,052 

31,052 

Sunday 

11/22/2020 

30,223 

30,223 

Monday 

11/23/2020 

57,453 

10 

57,463 

Tuesday 

11/24/2020 

66,613 

66,618 

Wednesday 

11/25/2020 

37,643 

37,643 

Thursday 

11/26/2020 

32,364 

32,364 

Friday 

11/27/2020 

19,132 

19,132 

Saturday 

11/28/2020 

17,528 

17,528 

Sunday 

11/29/2020 

17,243 

17,243 

Monday 

11/30/2020 

55,389 

55,392 

Total 

 

1,419,975

108 

1,419,083

 

Technology Support

Parent and Student Support Tickets Submitted and Resolved (8/24/20 - 11/11/20)

Submitted:  33,982

Resolved:  33,344

News

Community Combines to Donate Thanksgiving Baskets

NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Families from Mount Vernon Woods Elementary and Whitman Middle received baskets of nonperishable food for Thanksgiving, thanks to local food bank United Community, Fairfax County Supervisor Rodney Lusk, and students from Langley High.

FCPS Returns Group 4 Students to All Virtual Instruction

NOVEMBER 23, 2020

FCPS administrators have notified parents of students in Group 4 that their children will return to all virtual instruction because health metrics have reached a threshold based on guidance from the CDC due to rising cases of COVID-19.

FCPS Names New Chief Equity Officer

NOVEMBER 16, 2020

Superintendent Scott S. Brabrand has named Lisa Williams, who currently serves as executive director of the Department of Equity and Cultural Proficiency in Baltimore County (Md.) Public Schools, as the district’s new Chief Equity Officer.

South Lakes Students Offer To-Go Culinary Service

NOVEMBER 16, 2020

At South Lakes High, Cynthia Stowers’ Culinary 1 and Culinary 2 students began a concurrent learning model and last week, they began offering to-go service to the school’s faculty and staff.

Woodson Students Speak with Veterans

NOVEMBER 16, 2020

Woodson High’s Operation Patriot organized a virtual visit with veterans from across the country, offering Woodson students the opportunity to ask questions, learn about their service, and show their gratitude for their sacrifices.

Erinn Harris Named Recipient of JEA-NSPA Pioneer Award

NOVEMBER 16, 2020

Erinn Harris, who teaches and advises broadcast journalism, journalism, and photojournalism at TJHSST, has been named a recipient of the Journalism Education Association-National Scholastic Press Association’s (JEA-NSPA) Pioneer Award.

FCPS Delays Return of Group 5 Cohort

NOVEMBER 16, 2020

Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Scott S. Brabrand announced today that the district is delaying additional in-person learning, including students and staff members in the Group 5 cohort that had been scheduled to return to school on November 17.

Woodson HS Students Plan Virtual Visit with Veterans

NOVEMBER 03, 2020

Students at Woodson High will meet virtually with wounded warriors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Thursday, November 5, hosted by Operation Patriot, a student organization.

FCPS Receives $200K Grant from No Kid Hungry

NOVEMBER 03, 2020

The Office of Food and Nutrition Services has been awarded a $200,000 grant from No Kid Hungry to support meal service to students—particularly those in need—by expanding awareness of the program countywide.