Robinson Student Ram Page | December 7, 2020


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

Calendar Reminder

On December 10th and 11th, students will have an opportunity to get additional help with missing assignments or make-up work. Students must log on for each class and if your student does not have any missing assignments or requires support from their teacher, they may not have to attend their entire class. Please communicate with your Ram's teacher should you have questions. 


2nd Quarter Blue/Gold and Learning Seminar schedule. Calendar

To bring students back we need your help!!

Room monitor

Robinson will be hiring classroom monitors to provide in-person classroom assistance for students when a staff member remains virtual.  The commitment would be from mid-January until June 11. The pay is hourly band #4 which is $15.42 per hour.

Description:  Provides in-person classroom assistance to a school or center assisting a virtual teacher with conducting classroom activities; works with individual and small groups of students; operates technology to include cameras, learning platforms, and learning tools; helps maintain order and discipline and assists in managing the behavior of students; provides supervision throughout the school day including in the classroom, halls, and lunch; performs administrative and non-instructional duties, such as keeping daily attendance; and ensures all CDC/safety protocols and procedures (e.g., fire drills) are implemented and followed. 

Qualifications:  Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Must be comfortable with basic technology equipment/tools; knowledge of and ability to ensure all CDC/safety protocols and procedures are implemented and followed; and ability to interact effectively with the assigned student population.

If you are interested in the position, please contact Daniel Clements (

Google Classroom Codes

Students! Be sure you have joined your grade level Google Classroom so that you receive all of the important information and announcements shared by your administrator!

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10th Grade: vp24z3x

11th Grade: rbn3yhf

12th Grade: yb7b73j

Become a member of the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan Youth Advisory Committee!

  • Are you often walking, biking or using bus transit to get around?
  • Are you interested in making it safer, more convenient, and more fun to get around Fairfax County without a car?
  • Are you looking to earn service hours for school?
  • Are you under the age of 18?

Become a member of the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan Youth Advisory Committee!


As a committee member, you will:

  • Discuss the needs of youth to get around Fairfax County by bike, foot, or bus
  • Aid in developing a plan for a countywide safe and convenient trail and bike path network using your local knowledge and experience
  • Share ideas for educational programs that encourage more people to walk or bike
  • Support the project in youth engagement efforts


You will meet virtually up to four times a year, over the next 2-3 years.

Learn more at 

To apply, send a short bio and cover letter to

Application deadline: December 15, 2020

Hockey Senior Night

Robinson Ice Hockey celebrated their Seniors Friday the 4th at their game against Washington-Liberty. Even though the crowd was VERY small, it was great to celebrate our seniors on the ice. We had a tough loss, but look forward to facing Hayfield/South County Friday the 11th. Look for the livestream to cheer on our Rams!

Want to be in the yearbook?


Please fill out this form for interviews and photos:

Buy a High School Yearbook now! We sold out the past two years. Please contact Adrienne Forte with any questions at

Return to School Resources Guide

School Resource Guide

The information in this guide will help families know what to expect as children return to school. The guide includes steps families will need to take at home in preparation for the return to school. Please take time to review the information. A Family Guide for 2020-21 Return to School

Social Work Spotlight

Season of Giving Gift Card Donation Request

Hello Robinson Community,

As the holiday season approaches, we are asking for your help in collecting gift cards for families in our school and community that need a little extra support, especially at the holidays.


Starting now, we are collecting grocery gift cards for Thanksgiving.

Please label your gift card with the value on it. This makes it easier for distribution.   

Winter holidays:

Many of our students are too old to be referred for angel tree programs and teenagers are often overlooked.

We are requesting your help with providing gift cards to Giant, Safeway, Target, Amazon, and Walmart to give to families.

Gift cards can be dropped off in the Robinson main doors (Entrance 1) with the security officers or you may mail them to:

Robinson Secondary School

c/o Social Workers

5035 Sideburn Rd

Fairfax, VA 22032

Cards will be distributed by our social workers.  This will take some planning, so if you drop them off by December 11, it would be appreciated. 

Gift cards not distributed at the holidays are used throughout the year to help families with emergent basic needs.

If you would be so kind as to indicate the amount of money on the gift cards that would be very helpful!

Thank you for your kindness and generosity!

Christyn Levy and Kristen Licciardo (your social work team)

Sign-up using this link:


Food Resources

Food For Others

Food for Others - Food Resource!

If you are in need of food, you may go to one of the following neighborhood sites at the times specified. The only question that is asked is, “How many people are in your household?” Please bring your own grocery bags!

Burke: Thursday

Summit Oaks: Parking lot on Oak Bluff Ct. at the end of Oak Leather Dr., Burke. 6:30pm

Crevenna Oak: Parking lot on Crevenna Oak Dr. at the end of Oak Green Dr. south of Burke Center Parkway, Burke. 7:00pm

Fairfax: Monday, Thursday

West of Circle ¼ mile on US 50, north on Draper Dr. to end at Kingsbridge. Parking lot of Yorkville Apartments, facing Kingsbridge. 6:00pm

Food for Others also has a warehouse for food needs. Please see website for more information:

Ram Pantry: A Food Resources for the Community

Food Pantry




Library Spotlight

Hello Robinson Families,

Cold weather is upon us - time to cozy up with a good book. Use the following links to find and access engaging reads!

Robinson’s Catalog, with new eBooks added this month! 

Robinson’s Curbside Pickup, extended hours every Monday 1:00-6:00:

Robinson’s Choice Reading Recommendations:

The Public Library’s Express Service, Curbside Pickup, and the LEAP program:

Please reach out if you have any questions. Happy Reading! ~ Robinson’s Librarians

AP Newsroom

Featured Library Database: AP Newsroom & Image Collection (Associated Press). Associated Press photographs, text, audio clips, and publicity photos to use in class projects and presentations. Includes daily top news & top photos; 1850 - today. For access at home;

Username: rbss; Password: rams21# Per Debbie Scott email on 12/1

Social Work Spotlight

Free Emotional Support for Essential Workers, George Mason


Quick Links


High School Student Services 



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Mark Gomperts


Danny Ramirez


Joanie Murphy


Megan Jones


Brianne Slizofski


Taylor Nelson


High School Administration

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Sara Genetin                  11th Grade             l

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