To My Students, the Woodley Hills Class of 2020:

            You will go down in history as the class who ended their time at Woodley Hills from your own homes. This is definitely not the way that any of us wanted for you to end your time here. It seems as if it was just yesterday that I met each of you during open house and talked about how many exciting things you were going to get to do this year. No you didn’t get your sixth grade day with bowling, kickball, and a dance, but you have had so much more to be grateful for. You began your journey 7 years ago as 5 year olds who didn’t know much at all, to where you are today, smart, friendly, and ready for anything. 

            I am extremely proud of all of your accomplishments this year and am extremely grateful that I have had the chance to work with each and every one of you. You have all made me a better teacher and opened my eyes to so many things. While online learning is not the best way to teach, I do want to say that this form of learning has provided a platform for everyone to share and learn in a way that works best for them. I have enjoyed getting to know so much more about each of you as you share your likes, dislikes, animals, homes, and even your blankets you hide under while we learn.

            Don’t look at this as an end of anything, this is just the beginning of your journey. Whitman is lucky to get each of you and I can’t wait for you to blossom even more next year. As you move on, don’t forget the friendships you have made, the memories you’ll never forget, and the learning that has made you the people you are today. Always be you and work to your fullest potential. Never give up and know that you will always have someone in your corner if you ever need it.

            One last thing that will forever be just yours….you are one of the only sixth grade classes to NOT get beat by the teachers in kickball and remember there ain’t no party like a Woodley Hills party. Good luck next year and in the future.

~Ms. Miller






Even though the Woodley Hills main office is closed, student registration continues. A preregistration process can be completed online by going to, or by contacting our registrar via e-mail or phone. If you have a new neighbor with children, please share Maria Clark’s contact information. She can be reached at 703-799-2001 or via email at and will answer any questions you may have.  




The WHES School Counseling Team is here to support your children during these very uncertain times. We are available daily (M-F) to talk with students to help support their social/emotional well-being. A counseling referral can be made by completing the form provided in the link below. Your child may refer themselves, or you can make a referral on their behalf, or by a teacher. Once the referral is submitted, one of our school counselors will reach out to you and your child; please note that when our counselors call, your Caller ID may say, “Private Caller.” You may also contact us via email if you have any additional questions or concerns.

Counselor Referral Link:






Fairfax County Government has set up text messages and hotlines in English and Spanish about resources and COVID-19 information. Consider signing up if you want stay connected to the county information and data.


Text FFXCOVID to 888777 to receive updates from Fairfax County about COVID-19

Registrese para recibir actualizaciones en Espanol por mensaje de texto: envie un mensaje de texto con FFXCOVIDSP al 888777


Woodley Hills Parent Resources Website


Our school Psychologist (Ms. Hull), counselors (Ms. Clinkscales, Ms. Smith, and Ms. Boswell) and school Social Worker (Ms. Morris) have developed a website to support our families now and into the summer. This is a place where parents can access community resource information regarding food, utilities, mental health, tips for home, and more!


sitio web de recursos para padres Los padres pueden acceder a la información de recursos de la comunidad con respecto a los alimentos, ¡servicios públicos, salud mental, consejos para el hogar y más!


Where to access/Dónde acceder:

You must log with your child’s account

Debe iniciar sesión con la cuenta de su hijo







United Community Ministries (UCM)

No referral or appointment is needed to access the food pantry. Please bring a form of ID and proof of address.

7511 Fordson Road

Alexandria, VA 22306


Pantry Hours:

Monday/Wednesday/Friday - 9:30AM-12:30PM.

Tuesday/Thursday- 1:00-5:30 PM

Please click the link below for more information: