Robinson Student Ram Page | September 13, 2021


Back to School Night Videos

Back to School Night videos will be available for both middle and high school on September 13, 2021. 


Attendance Matters Week 3

Pre-Arranged Absence Form

Senior Photo Sign Up, October Dates

Still need to have your senior photo taken? Sign up using the link on the flyer for an October time slot. Photos will be taken October 5-8. Don't miss out!!

Please click the link 

High School Bell Schedule

bell schedule

*No RAISE the week of 9/13

View the 2021-22 Blue and Gold Calendar

School Pictures Are Online Now!

student photos are available online

Student images from picture day are now avaliable online. 

Any student who has not had a chance to order, it’s not too late! Please visit: use your student ID when prompted for the online code.

For questions regarding school pictures please email:


Buy your yearbook today! MS and HS yearbooks can be purchased on My School Bucks. Don't miss out!

Senior Tribute Ads

Senior Photos

Senior Photo Sign Up


Still need to have your senior photo taken? Sign up using the link on the flyer for an October time slot. Photos will be taken October 5-8. Don't miss out!!

Please click the attached flyer for more detailed information: Senior Photos October Robinson Letter 2022

Library bannerRams Read


Hello, Robinson Families,

On September 13, Robinson will begin RAMS READ time, each Monday we have an Advisory Period. Rams READ is a time when the entire school stops to read choice material – books, magazines, newspapers, eBooks, etc. Choice reading is one of the most effective ways to improve students’ literacy skills! Please support RAMS READ time by encouraging your students to bring choice materials to school and participate during Rams Read.


*** If students are looking for a great read, they can browse this site for reading recommendations:

**** Students may also access items digitally, by visiting the Rams Read choice board:

Happy Reading!

Robinson’s Librarians

Taste of Robinson

Where?      At the Robinson Main Entrance

When?       September 24th

Time?         5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

All students, friends, and family are welcome to food and fun to kick-off homecoming weekend!! There will be food trucks and lots of games!! We hope to see you there, Rams!

Annual Homecoming Parade

Join us for our 50th birthday celebration!  Robinson's homecoming parade will bon on Friday, the 24th at 4:30 along Gainsborough and Wheatstone Drive.  Come catch a glimpse of our Homecoming Court, teacher bikers, fall sports, marching band, Robinson Pyramid mascots and more. 


When:     Saturday, September 25th from 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Tickets:   $20 on My School Bucks or purchase tickets at lunch

Homecoming 2021

Tryouts for the Gymnastics Team

Gymnastics Tryouts

Laura Leigh


Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year!  My name is Laura Leigh Gottula, and I am the Military and Family Life Counselor at Robinson Secondary School. I am very excited to be working with military students and their families. MFLCs provide nonmedical counseling to enhance social, academic, and emotional skills to support the wellbeing of military students and their families. Sessions are in-person, and all services are free and confidential. I am available to all military families and for consultation with school staff Monday-Friday. Hours are flexible to fit your schedule. Please feel free to contact me for more information.






Subschool 10

For more detailed information, please access the attached flyer.

Please print out and sign the consent forms below if you would like your student to have access to MFLC services. Consent forms can be returned to me in person at Subschool 10. 

Consent forms: English            Spanish

Social Work Spotlight

Camille Mountjoy

High School-  I am Camille Mountjoy and this is my first year working as a school social worker at Robinson. I received my Bachelor's of Social Worker from Christopher Newport and completed my Master's Degree in Social Work at George Mason University.  My past experience includes working as an Intensive Care Coordinator for United Methodist Family Services, where I assisted both youth and families. In addition, during graduated school I interned within FCPS as a school social worker. During graduate school, I also interned at a residential treatment facility in Northern Virginia, where I worked with a diverse population of adolescent residents ranging from ages 13-18 who had been referred by the court. Aside from work, I enjoy going hiking, listening to music and going for runs. I look forward to being a support to Robinson this school year. 


Christyn Levy

I am Christyn Levy and this is my eighth year working as a school social worker at Robinson.  I attended the University of Tampa and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and completed my Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Washington.  In 2019 I became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia.  Prior to working in the schools I worked with children and young adults in emergency shelter programs and short term residential programs for homeless and foster care teens and young adults, domestic violence programs, and other emergency service programs.  Our family relocated from Seattle to Northern Virginia in 2010 to be closer to family.  My husband, two elementary age kids, one cute puppy, and a fluffy cat like to stay busy going on road trips, playing board games, and being outside.  I look forward to being a resource to the Robinson community.

Daily Health Observation

Before sending your child to school, please check for the following COVID-19 symptoms. Symptoms of COVID-19 may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19

Fever (100.0 F) or chills


Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing


Muscle or body aches


New loss of taste or smell

Sore Throat

Congestion or runny nose

Nausea or vomiting


If your child has experienced any of these symptoms in the last 24 hours, please keep your child home, contact your physician, and let us know by calling the attendance line: 703-426-6040.

If someone in your household has tested positive for or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, keep your child home and let us know know using the attendance phone number above.

View the FCPS Health and Safety Guidance Document here:

Quick Links & Phone Numbers

Helpful Resources

mental health

Student Services Department Contacts

Alpha                 Name of Counselor           Email

A-Bot                 Jason Woehrmyer   
Bou-Dem           Sofia Panzenhagen
Dep-Gra            Taylor Oakley          
Gre-Kar             Doreen Boateng     
Kas-Maq           Mark Gomperts       
Mar-Nun            Danny Ramirez      
Nuo-Rom          Megan Jones          
Rop-Tok            Brianne Slizofski     
Tol-Z                  Taylor Nelson         

High School Administration

Keith Hall                        9th Grade     

Danny Clements            10th Grade   

Jennifer Krempasky      11th Grade   

Dr. Scot Turner               12th Grade  

Francesca Knight           SOSA          

Vanessa Rutherford       Dean of Students

Activities and Athletics

Director of Student Activities l Andy Jimmo             l

Administrative Assistant        l Amanda Livingston  l