Robinson Student Ram Page | April 20, 2021


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

April is Military Month!

The Defense Department celebrates military children during the month of April. There are more than 1.6 million military children who face many challenges and unique experiences as a result of their parents' service. The Robinson Secondary community will virtually celebrate our military families and students by daily presenting a video clip of research based facts, resources and supports to demonstrate our appreciation to our Robinson Rams military student heroes. Please take a moment to watch the following two videos celebrating our men and women in uniform and their children.

Morning Attendance Messaging Update


From FCPS: Due to AP, IB, and SOL testing, morning attendance notifications (calls, texts, and emails) to families will be suspended,

High School: beginning April 12 through the last day of school

Middle School: beginning April 26 through the last day of school

FCHD Presentation

Want to know more about Covid? Here is the link to the virtual presentation by the Fairfax County Health Department to the Robinson community at the 4/12 PTSO meeting. Thank you to Community Health Specialists Kirsten Buchner and Carla Paredes Gomez for an informative event. 

High School SOL Testing Schedule

HS SOL testing for students whose parents/guardians have not deferred or refused the tests will be on Mondays starting on 4/26. Students will receive testing details about room assignments and laptop maintenance on their accounts. If the time of day for the test poses a problem for the student, please consider the option to have your student test during a make-up session Tuesday - Friday. Students who are absent will be automatically scheduled for a make-up test.

SOL Testing Schedule

MS Diversity Club: Kindness Campaign: No Name Calling

This campaign's focus is on how words can impact others. Students can participate by uploading a positive profile saying found in a profile icon slideshow that expresses positivity and kindness. Some profile icon examples are: "Make someone smile today"; Be joyful; "Choose to be kind".

Robinson Athletics


Activity Registration: 

Robinson Rams Website: 

Coaches Info:

Activity Office Info:

Link to PDF flyer: Robinosn Rams Athletic Flyer_Spring Sports 2021.pdf

food pantry

Food Pantry Update

Thank you, thank you, thank you!  We have received some very generous donations to help with our families in need. 

The food pantry has plenty of vegetables, mac-n-cheese, rice, soup, and beans. 

Items needed: Canned tuna, canned chicken, condiments, spices, cake/brownie mixes, olive oils, snacks, peanut butter, jelly, and personal toiletry items.

If you are donating food from your personal kitchen, please kindly check the expiration date on the items. 

Keep the donations coming!!!!

Here Comes the Bus Mobile App

Know when your bus is approaching your stop!  Here Comes the Bus® app is a school bus tracking app that can simplify morning and afternoon routines for parents and students by giving them real-time bus location and text or email notification alerts, helping them get to the bus stop on time. Here Comes the Bus® utilizes our GPS data and an easy to use customizable map that works on one or multiple devices, such as a tablet or smartphone.

Please use this website for assistance using the FCPS HCTB mobile app.

FCPS Cares!

Want to recognize an FCPS staff member who has gone above and beyond? Complete this quick form to express your appreciation:

Calendar Reminder

Calendar Reminders

April 17th- Special Education Conference; details below

April 19- PSAT 10 

See the complete 2020-21 school year calendar

See the approved 2021-22 school year calendar

Donations Welcome


Donations of sanitizing wipes for students to use when we return in person are welcome! Parents may drop off at entrance 1.

Thank you Robinson community!


Library Spotlight

Hello, Robinson Families,

Have you heard? April is National Poetry Month! If you’re looking for some great poems to read, share, & enjoy, please visit Robinson’s poetry guide ( or visit for “30 Ways to Celebrate the 25th Annual National Poetry Month at Home or Online” (

Happy reading!

~ Robinson’s Librarians

Library Poster

You can access this library poster via PDF by clicking this link.  

Additional RTS Updates

RTS Slide Deck for Families

RTS Video for Families

Social Work Spotlight

Purple UP!


April Is Month of the Military Child; Purple Up Day Is April 21 Military-connected youth face unique circumstances living the military lifestyle. Currently over 14,000 military-connected youth call FCPS home. Each year, our nation designates April as the Month of the Military Child to recognize and thank children from military families for the sacrifices they make living the military lifestyle. April 21 is Purple Up! day. All are encouraged to wear purple in recognition of the strength and sacrifices of military-connected youth.

Year book sales


Chipotle Fundraiser

Quick Links


High School Student Services 



Jason Woehrmyer


Sofia Panzenhagen


Taylor Oakley


Doreen Boateng


Mark Gomperts


Danny Ramirez


Joanie Murphy


Megan Jones


Brianne Slizofski


Taylor Nelson


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