Robinson Student Ram Page | September 11, 2020


Providing students and parents with important updates and reports of events and happenings in the high school.


Welcome Back RAMS!

We hope the first week of school was great! The virtual pep rally was filled with school spirit and RAM pride! If you missed it, check out the link below.

Pep rally video link:

Return To School Information

ACTION NEEDED: Digital Resource Consent

If your family has not yet reviewed and approved the digital resources used at Robinson SS for the 2020-21 school year, please review the resources using the first link provided below and grant approval using the second link below.

At Robinson Secondary School, our teachers will use a variety of digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. You can find our school’s list of the resources that require parental consent here: 

Included on this page is also a link to a form where the enrolling parent or guardian will need to indicate whether or not their student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval and why we must request your consent before using certain tools. We encourage you to complete the parental consent for digital resources form as soon as possible, as your child will not be able to use the digital resources until we have received your permission. For example, one of our teacher’s favorite digital tools is Padlet, for which we have a site license.  In order to use this tool, we need your consent. Thank you for your attention to this matter!

Attendance Update


If your Ram is sick or will be absent from synchronous instruction, please notify Robinson by calling the attendance line at (703)426-6040 and select the appropriate number for your student's Subschool. Additional instruction and information located here.


Free Meal Program

Free meals (breakfast and lunch) are available to all children through December 31. FCPS has distributed more than 2.3 million grab and go meals since schools closed in March. Use the link below to view pick-up locations.

Get more information about food distribution

SIS ParentVue

SIS ParentVue is where you view your student's attendance, report cards, class schedules, grades, course history, discipline, health, and school information. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it using this site as well.  There is also a mobile app you can download to your phone.                    

Watch this video to learn how to set up your account.

student vue

Staff Directory

Do you need to contact a teacher? Teacher emails can be found in SIS or by accessing the online Robinson Staff Directory

Technology Help Desk & Online Portal

For technical support about online parent accounts, student’s FCPS laptop, or your student’s online applications, contact the Parent Technology Help Desk (toll free) at 833-921-3277 or enter a support request ticket via the Parent and Student IT Portal. The Help Desk will be staffed from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week. If the help desk is unable to solve the issue on the phone with the parent or guardian, they will enter a ticket on the parent’s behalf and the request for help will be transferred to the appropriate FCPS team.

Parents or guardians who need help in a language other than English should let help desk staff know, and an interpreter will join them on the line.

Town Hall Meeting Recording

If you missed the town hall meeting for parents hosted by Principal Phillips on September 2, you can view a recording here. 

Yearbook Photo Request


First day of school pictures, MS, HS, and Staffulty

Hey everyone! The yearbook staff usually covers the first day of school, and even though that's gonna look different this year, we still want to include photos of your first day. Help us out and take a picture to share with us. Thanks!!

Hey senior families! The yearbook staff is hard at work on your senior’s yearbook, and we need your help. We'd like to show a wide range of our seniors and how they've grown, and to do this, we'd love a picture of your student on their first day of Kindergarten and a picture of your student on their first day of senior year. If you have these images, please share - and thank you!

Library Spotlight


Hello Robinson Families, 

This week we are excited to share some information about library access, as well as a survey, with the Robinson community. 

Did you know your students have access to Robinson’s eBooks, audiobooks, databases, and much more through Robinson’s Library? Please visit the Distance Learning Resources Guide for more information!  This guide also includes information about the Fairfax County Public Library LEAP Program where, beginning October 1st, FCPS students can check out public library books using their FCPS student IDs. 

Interested in Curbside Pickup from Robinson’s Library? Please complete this quick Google Survey by September 18th.  

We look forward to hearing from you! 

~ Your Robinson Librarians

Social Work Corner

Social Worker


We are the School Social Worker (Christyn Levy) and School Psychologist (Bobbie Dilworth) for Robinson High School.  We work closely with your student’s counselor, teachers, and staff to provide additional support to students and families.  We can be reached most easily via email at or  We are excited to start the school year and learn new ways to connect with students and the community.  We know this school year will present unique challenges but also unique opportunities for us to all learn and grow.  Please reach out and we look forward to a RAMTASTIC year!!

-Mrs. Levy & Mrs. Dilworth


High School Student Services 



Jason Woehrmyer


Sofia Panzenhagen


Taylor Oakley


Doreen Boateng


Mark Gomperts


Danny Ramirez


Joanie Murphy


Megan Jones


Brianne Slizofski


Taylor Nelson


Mental Health and Wellness Conference

This year we will continue to partner with INOVA and Kaiser Permanente to host the 7th Annual Mental Health and Wellness Conference. The conference will feature multiple keynote speakers who will address social emotional learning and resiliency. Virtual sessions will be offered September 14th-October 3rd. The kickoff panel will be hosted by NBC 4’s Eun Yang.

Registration is available at the following website:

Additionally, Our Minds Matter will be hosting a student summit for the Mental Health and Wellness Conference. Students may register here:

Students, make sure to bookmark StudentVue. Use this link. The login information is the same information for your computer login. You will be able to see your schedule, grades, and online attendance. We are all here to help you, so please be sure to reach out to us!

High School Administration

Danny Clements            9th Grade              l

Jennifer Krempasky      10th Grade            l

Sara Genetin                  11th Grade             l

Dr. Scot Turner               12th Grade            l

Francesca Knight           Dean of Students  l