Robinson Student Ram Page | April 25, 2022


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High School SOL Schedule

Below is the schedule for SOL testing. During the testing window, there will be NO Brain Break. Periods may be switched on some days. It is important to have students in school and on time on their testing days. Thank you for your support.


National Honor Society - Senior Stoles


National Honor Society Seniors can now purchase their Senior stoles through MySchoolBucks. Seniors must have completed their service hours and attended the required 3 meetings in order to purchase the stole. The cost is $20. Stoles must be purchased by 4/29/2022.


Attendance Information can also be found on the Robinson Attendance website at


ParentVue App Information

Parent Vue

ParentVue Info on FCPS Website

Pre-Arranged Absence Form

FCPS Calendar

Social Work Spotlight

How to Support Your Child During SOL Season!


By Kristen Licciardo

According to Ed Navigator, The Savvy Parents Guide to Testing Season, students across the country will sit down to take annual, end-of-year state assessments in April and May. While this is an important opportunity for students to demonstrate what they have learned throughout the year, it can also be a stressful time. And kids are not the only ones who are anxious. As a parent, knowing how to help your child prepare for testing season isn’t always easy.

Part 1: 1-2 weeks before testing, focus on: Sleep: Students need rest to be ready for long testing days. Make sure they are getting to bed and waking up at consistent times that give them at least 8 hours of sleep and an opportunity to get to school on time, ready to learn.

Staying positive: Students can get more anxious about testing as it nears. Ask your child how they’re feeling and let them know it’s okay to be a little nervous. Give them a hug and remind them of the progress they have made so far. You can even help your child develop a Clear Eyes-Full Hearts-Can’t Lose type of positive mantra for testing.

Updates from school: Schools will often create revised schedules prior to testing. Make sure you know if your student has half days or if any post-testing rewards are planned. Reach out to your child's teacher or school if you’re uncertain.

*Stay tuned for Part 2/During the Test pointers or go to the website to view the full article:

Free Online Tutoring Services for All Students Coming Soon!

online tutoring

All FCPS students will soon have unlimited access to safe online tutoring support services through at no cost to families. 

Students can connect online any time, any place, and in most subjects for as long as they need. Tutoring services are available before, during, or after school hours and/or on weekends. Tutoring will be accessed online through a link in Schoology. Tutoring is focused instruction provided to students in a one-on-one format through voice and/or text chat.

All tutors must pass a rigorous application process including an extensive background check. No personal information is shared between student and tutor. All sessions are recorded and transcripts are available for review by teachers and parents/guardians. 

Student participation is optional and parents/guardians can opt their student(s) out of accessing the services.

More information is available on the online tutoring services website.

Opt Out Information


Hello, Students and Families,

Did you know the Robinson Library is building a World Language collection of books? If your student is interested in reading books written in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Mi'kmaq, Spanish, or Vietnamese, please encourage them to visit the library! The World Languages section of the library is a work in progress; please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have suggestions.

Happy Spring! Robinson’s Librarians


Hello, Students and Families,

April is National Poetry Month! Help us celebrate all month long by reading poems, writing poems, listening to poetry, and creating art inspired by poems. Please visit the library before school, during break, after eating your lunch (with a pass via Schoology), or after school to join the fun!

Happy Spring!

Robinson’s Librarians


Virtual Office Hours with Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Mrs. Jones

Every Friday from 12:00-12:30pm

Zoom Link:


Meeting ID: 971 1660 3639
Passcode: 187451


Food Donations Needed

Drop-off location: Robinson Door 6

School contact: Melanie Knowlton,

ram pantry

Senior Graduation Honors for Service


Voter Registration Awareness Week

Voter Registration Awareness Week will be taking place March 21st- March 25th. Seniors who are 18 years old will be able to register through their social studies class. Please have your government issue ID and social security number with you so you can register in class.

Link to flyer:

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             Chehnaz Rehayem 
Kas-Maq           Mark Gomperts       
Mar-Nun            Danny Ramirez      
Rop-Tok            Brianne Slizofski     
Tol-Z                  Taylor Nelson         

High School Administration

Jason Kagarise              9th Grade    

Danny Clements            10th Grade   

Jennifer Krempasky      11th Grade   

Dr. Scot Turner               12th Grade  

Francesca Knight           SOSA          

Dr. Vanessa Rutherford  Dean of Students

Activities and Athletics

Director of Student Activities l Andy Jimmo             l

Administrative Assistant        l Amanda Livingston  l