Robinson Student Ram Page | May 24, 2021


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

Robinson Secondary students recognized as Global Leaders of Fairfax County

The inaugural class of the “Global Leaders of Fairfax County” program launched last September to prepare its fellows to be global citizens and change agents in their local community and the world. The program enrolled a diverse group of 86 high school seniors representing all FCPS comprehensive high schools. These students were honored at a ceremony on May 23, 2021 where Superintendent Brabrand provided remarks alongside elected officials.

Over the past year, these student leaders have engaged in virtual seminars after school hours with leaders from various fields, including from the U.S. Senate and House, White House National Security Council, U.S. Armed Forces, State Department, Central Intelligence Agency, U.S. Agency for International Development, NASA, the Smithsonian Institution, the New York Times, and the Brookings Institution.

The following Robinson Secondary students honored for successfully completing the program include:

  • Calvin Ashley, James W. Robinson Secondary School
  • Bryan Jeon, James W. Robinson Secondary School
  • Andrew Lichtblau, James W. Robinson Secondary School

Congratulations on this incredible achievement!

Teachers for Tomorrow

Teachers for Tomorrow

In person students receive their Teachers for Tomorrow certificates!

Current End-of-Year Schedule

Bell Schedule

Click here to access the link to the Robinson Bell Schedule asofApril262021 - Ann Wong.pdf

End of School Year Medication Pick-up

The school health room is reminding parents and guardians that all medication stored in the health room must be picked up no later than the student dismissal Thursday June 10, 2021. Medication left in the health room after that time will be discarded. It is school policy that medications must be picked up by the parent or guardian. Medication cannot be sent home with your student. However, with parent or guardian permission, a high school student may transport over-the-counter medications to and from the school health room.

Please contact Health Room with questions or concerns at (703) 426-2110.

Math Summer Boot Camp

Robo Math Camp

If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity to give your student an edge in math this year, please register online at

Substance Abuse Prevention Quarterly Newsletter

FCPS’s Substance Abuse Prevention Team has created a quarterly newsletter.

What’s included in the current newsletter:
- Intro to SAPS Program
- Parent Tips: How Can You Help Your Student?
- Binge Drinking
- Youth Substance Use Article
- Drug Take Back Day
- Overdose Rates in Fairfax County
- SAPS Presentations
- Useful Resources
You can check it out here: SAP Program Quarterly Newsletter

Tiffany Jones, M. Ed, LPC, CSAC

Social Work Spotlight

Teen MH Resource

Teens and Mental Health Resource -

Great resource to learn about teens and mental health, statistics, what to look for, how to help and how to talk to your teen.


Library Spotlight

Hello, Robinson Families,

ALL CALL FOR BOOKS! Please help us collect 400 + library books, many of which were checked out last year, before March 2020 closures. Next year’s students appreciate your efforts to help us gather the missing books!

How do you return books?

*** In-person: Please place your books on the cart outside the library main doors (sub school 10).

*** Virtual: You are welcome to return books during school hours, five days a week. The return cart will be available each day, outside Robinson’s door #3, unless we are experiencing inclement weather.

Coming soon! Keep an eye out for the Robinson summer reading challenge!


Robinson’s Librarians

Yearbook Distribution

Yearbook Distribution


I can’t make it that day. Can someone else pick up my yearbook for me? Yes, BUT you must email Ms. Forte ( giving another person permission to pick up your yearbook. Include your first and last name, the name of the person picking up the book for you, and a statement that you give him/her permission to do this. 

Can I purchase a yearbook on Distribution Day? We have a LIMITED number of High School yearbooks to sell. They will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Yearbooks can be purchased for $80. You must pay with cash

I found a mistake in the book! What should I do? Smile and take a deep breath. This is a student-created publication and staffers worked their hardest to ensure the book is as accurate and error-free as possible. Please email Adrienne Forte (, yearbook adviser, with comments. She will forward them on to the editorial staff so that they can learn from the errors and do better next year. 

What if I cannot pick up my yearbook on any of these days? Students can pick up their yearbook when school re-opens. 

Can you order more books from the plant? No, that is not possible as it is cost prohibitive. Can I pick up my siblings' middle school yearbook? Yes, on June 7 or June 11.

Quick Links


High School Student Services 



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Mark Gomperts


Danny Ramirez


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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