Crossfield News 05/31/2020

Pick-up of Student Belongings

Pick-up is organized by first letter of last name. To keep groups similar in size, letter designations are not alphabetic. Please look for the first letter of your last name.

June 1

Last Name Begins With


  B & V & W


  D & R & Z


  E & F & Q & S


June 2



  J & M & N


  H & P & Y


  A & G & O


June 3



  C & I & L


  K & T & X

Student belongings/work have been placed in a bag labeled with the student name and homeroom teacher. Inhalers and Epi-pens stored in the health room or SACC will be placed in the student’s bag; the bag will have an additional label indicating that medication is inside.

Student belongings will be brought to your car by a staff volunteer. Please have a sign in your passenger side window that lists the students and their teacher that you are picking up for.

Prepare to open a passenger side window, pop the trunk or slide open the van door for items to be placed in your vehicle. If your child left a rental or personally owned instrument at school, it will be brought out with the bag—if we were able to identify it.

If your student has an FCPS or Crossfield strings or band instrument, please email Dorothea Iverson at prior to your pick up day. We will contact you about returning that instrument.

If you will be picking up belongings for another family, email Dorothea Iverson at before your scheduled day so all bags can be gathered together.

At the top of the driveway, you will see a small bin for patrol belts and calculators. A large bin for library books. One person may exit the vehicle there to deposit items.

Items in classrooms that were not labeled will be available in grade level bags along the Kiss and Ride sidewalk. Please wear masks and gloves when searching these bags.

Items remaining after Wednesday, June 3 will be retained at school until June 10, then donated or disposed.

FCPS Family Resources

FCPS Office of Psychology Services

FCPS parents may schedule a 30-minute phone consultation w/ a school psychologist or school social worker, for themselves or their middle/high school student to receive guidance on how to support their child’s emotional well-being during their time away from school.

Inova’s preparedness for COVID-19:

FCPS Providing Mental Wellness Service for Students and Families

Mental Wellness Service


Kindergarten Registration

If you have a rising kindergartener who needs to be registered for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact our registrar, Kathy Theis, at and she will get back to you with all the details on how our registration process has changed.

Please feel free to share this information with neighbors and friends while keeping social distancing in mind.