WTW WeMail for April 26th

WeMail is distributed every Tuesday to update the Woodson community on PTSO news, school news, and upcoming events. 




Tuesday, April 26th - Deadline to order Senior Legacy Bricks - Details under Fundraisers

Saturday, April 30th - Woodson 5K - Details under Woodson News & Events

Saturday, April 30th - FanQuest rescheduled - Details under Woodson News & Events



Monday, May 2nd - Friday, May 6th - Teacher Appreciation Week - DONATIONS NEEDED! - Details under PTSO News

Saturday, May 7th; 7:00-11:00 p.m. - Senior Prom, Westwood Country Club - Details under Woodson News & Events



Friday, May 6th - Sunday, May 15th (various show dates & times) - Woodson Drama presents The Spongebob Musical - Details under Woodson News & Events

Friday, May 13th - Friday, May 20th - SOL Testing - Details under Woodson News & Events

Tuesday, May 24th - Last Day for Seniors

Wednesday, May 25th; 7:00 p.m. - Spring Chorus Concert - Auditorium

Monday, May 30th - Memorial Day Holiday

Tuesday, May 31st at 2pm - Class of 2022 Graduation, EagleBank Arena

Tuesday, May 31st - Wednesday, June 1st - Class of 2022 Cav Cruise All-Night Grad Party - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! - Details under WTW News & Events


Teacher Appreciation Week - Donations Needed!


Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week and the PTSO needs your help with stocking the “Snack Wagon” for teachers and staff on Thursday, May 5th.

Suggested food items and details on where and when to drop your donations can be found here:

Sign up here to donate! 

Thank you!

$1,000 C2 Education Scholarship

The PTSO in conjunction with C2 Education is offering a $1,000 scholarship to C2 SAT preparation.   Our C2 partner is located in Fair City Mall and offers in-person SAT prep and tutoring.  The single $1,000 scholarship is available for current Sophomores and Junior.   Students can apply for the scholarship by sending a short essay (350 words or less) describing their college ambitions and how C2 Education prep would help them reach their goal. 

Essays are due by May 6th. Send to miklos.c.kiss@outook.com.  Scholarship will be awarded in mid-May and can be used for one year.


Interested in Serving on the PTSO Board?

The following PTSO Board Officer positions are open for the 2022-23 school year:

President - Presides over meetings of the board, coordinates work of all PTSO members to ensure duties are being carried out, serves as liaison between PTSO and Administration/Staff, other duties as needed

1st Vice President for Membership - Responsible for increasing PTSO membership, presides over board meetings in absence of the President, other duties as needed 

Secretary - Responsible for recording minutes and compiling updates from the monthly PTSO board meetings; distributes  minutes to board members, other duties as needed

All PTSO officers are required to attend the monthly PTSO meetings. They are term-limited positions unless there is an absence of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering to serve in any of these critical roles, or have questions, please contact miklos.c.kiss@outlook.com

Seeking Volunteers for PTSO Board Nominating Committee

The PTSO is seeking volunteers to staff the Nominating Committee for future Board Members.  Please contact saralmastro@gmail.com if interested.

PTSO AmazonSmile LINK

Make your Amazon purchases go a little further. Sign up for AmazonSmile and 0.5% of your eligible purchases will be donated to WTW PTSO. Signing up is quick and easy. Every little bit helps! Click here to sign up

Visit the PTSO Homepage for news, links, events calendar and more!


3rd Quarter Report Cards

3rd Quarter report cards were distributed to students during 7th period on Thursday, April 21st. 

If your student has an off-campus waiver or Academy class for 7th period, their report card is in the Student Services office for pickup.

CAV Cruise Volunteers Needed

Cav Cruise

ALL CALL - FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR, AND SENIOR PARENTS!  WE NEED YOUR HELP!  The Cav Cruise All Night Grad Party Committee still needs over 175 volunteers to pull off this amazing celebration for the Class of 2022!  Many thanks to those who have signed up - bring your friends! We’ve set up shifts for each volunteer spot. You’re welcome to volunteer all night, but you don’t have to.

Sign up to volunteer using this link:


Additional Cav Cruise Information - 

  • Advance ticket sales = more prizes!! Please buy your tickets now!! Purchasing your ticket in advance is a HUGE help to the planning committee.  Click Here to Buy Cav Cruise Tickets
  • Cav Cruise will be at South Run Rec Center this year! This is a GREAT venue with lots of space! 
  • Many thanks to Monica Johnson for designing this year’s Cav Cruise logo!!  We love it!
  • Want to donate to the cost of pulling off this great event? Fuss Free Fundraiser 
  • For more information regarding Cav Cruise, contact woodsoncavcruise@gmail.com 
  • Click here for lots of details about senior class events, including a video that gives a sneak peek at Cav Cruise: https://woodsonhs.fcps.edu/student-life-activities/class/seniors

Woodson 5K


Register now for the 12th Annual Woodson 5k Community Walk/Run on Saturday, April 30th at 8:30am at Woodson HS.  All proceeds benefit The Trevor Project, which is the leading advocate for LGBTQ youth mental health in the United States.

Members of the Woodson Community can register for $35 on-line or mail-in registration forms.

Woodson students and staff can register for just $20 – only through MySchoolBucks.

Registration will take place up until race time. The event begins and ends outside of entrance #1. Every participant receives a Woodson 5K shirt.

If you want to mail the registration form directly to Woodson, use the form located on Schoology.

Register on-line –  https://runsignup.com/Race/VA/Fairfax/WTWoodson5k

Register on MySchoolbucks – Woodson Student Registration

Questions?  djschaefer@fcps.edu


FanQuest has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 30th at Woodson HS.  Come out and watch Woodson’s Special Olympics Unified Basketball team play Robinson Secondary School! 

Unified is a model of Special Olympics where student athletes with disabilities and their same-aged peers play alongside one another on one unified team. This differs from Special Olympics because that model only has athletes with disabilities. With the support from our Woodson Buddies and Partnership class, Woodson HS has a strong Unified team and we participate in Soccer, Basketball and Track and Field. FanQuest is the culminating event for both Special Olympics and Unified Basketball.

Fall 2022 Color Guard Tryout Information

Color Guard

The Marching Cavaliers will be holding tryouts for the fall 2022 marching season color guard. Not sure what color guard is? Well the color guard is open to any student grades 9-12 and is an auxiliary unit in the marching band that adds color, pageantry and general effect to the show. All members are held to the same standards and expectations as the band students and are considered a part of the band. Check out our website for more details HERE

Tryout dates are April 26th & 28th and May 2nd & 4th. All tryouts will be held in the Aux Gym from 4pm-6pm.

AP Testing Procedures

AP Testing begins next Monday, May 2nd.  

A few reminders:

  • All students taking AM tests will meet at 7:30 a.m. in Cafeteria A. Students taking PM tests this week will meet at 11:30 a.m. in the Auditorium Lobby or near Door 7 for Cav Hall.
  • Students should eat before arriving for the test. Students who have 2 tests in one day need to bring a quick lunch to eat between the exams. All students are encouraged to bring a snack to place on a table in the exam room but may not have any food or drink while testing.
  • No electronic devices of any kind are allowed in the testing room (unless the test allows for an approved calculator).
  • Students need to bring two #2 pencils and a blue/black pen to your exam. No mechanical pencils, highlighters or colored pens are allowed.
  • Please contact the AP teacher if you have any other questions.

Senior Prom

Senior Prom Details

The Woodson Senior Prom, the Golden Gala, will be held on Saturday, May 7th at Westwood Country Club (800 Maple Ave E, Vienna) from 7pm-11pm.

Prom tickets are on sale during all lunches and will be sold until Friday, May 6th. Tickets are $65 each and will be purchased through Etix. Students can purchase tickets with debit or credit cards, cash, or check (made to Woodson High School).

Other student financial obligations must be met before a student is able to purchase their ticket or a ticket is purchased for them, including parking tickets, library fees, senior dues, course fees and tech fees.

If you plan to bring a guest to prom who is not a Woodson student, please complete the Prom Guest Application and turn it in to your administrator by Wednesday, May 4th for approval.

Prom Guest Applications must be approved before a ticket can be purchased for the guest. Forms may be picked up from the main office.

Spring SOL Testing

Students will be taking Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) End-of-Course (EOC) assessments between May 13 and May 20, 2022. All SOL assessments are taken in-person at school.

Friday, May 13 – Chemistry, Geosystems, World History 2, USVA History

Monday, May 16 – English Reading

Wednesday, May 18 – Geometry

Thursday, May 19 – Algebra 1, Algebra 2

Friday, May 20 – Biology

Teachers will communicate specific testing details to students based on their individual assessment needs. If you become aware of an unavoidable conflict that could result in your student missing a testing day, please notify Woodson’s Assessment Coach, Kathleen Guinee (kpguinee@fcps.edu).

If you have questions about SOL testing, please contact your student’s school counselor or Woodson's Assessment Coach, Kathleen Guinee at kpguinee@fcps.edu.

REMINDER - Electronic personal devices of any kind (phones, watches, etc.) are prohibited inside the SOL testing environment.

Skates - Spongebob

Students in rehearsal for The SpongeBob Musical.

Woodson Drama Presents: The SpongeBob Musical

The stakes have never been higher in this dynamic stage musical, as SpongeBob and all of Bikini Bottom face the total destruction of their undersea world. Chaos erupts. Lives hang in the balance. And just when all hope seems lost, a most unexpected hero rises up and takes center stage. The power of optimism really can save the world! All of your Favorite SpongeBob characters take the stage in this epic adventure.

W.T. Woodson Highschool is the first FCPS school to produce the musical after its 12-Tony nominated Broadway run! With nearly 150 Woodson students involved, we’d love to have you come out and support this incredible team. All proceeds go back to the drama department.

The show runs:

  • Friday, May 6 - 7 p.m.
  • Sunday, May 8 - 6 p.m. (Sensory Friendly Performance)
  • Friday, May 13 - 7 p.m. (ASL Performance)
  • Saturday, May 14 - 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
  • Sunday, May 15 - 6 p.m.


Woodson Choral Booster

Join us for our final booster meeting on Wednesday, May 18th at 7:30pm. Immediately following the meeting, please join us for a Booster Happy Hour at Senor Tequila’s!

Underclass Students - Will You Be Returning to Woodson Next Year?

If you will not be attending Woodson HS this fall, please let Woodson Student Services know now. Please click here and fill out this form. This form was also mailed home with course requests for next year.

If your student intends to attend Woodson next year, there is no need to complete or return the form.

Student Services will make sure all transcripts and records are forwarded to your child’s new school so his/her file is complete.  If you have any questions, please contact Woodson registrar Casey Delaney at 703-503-4622 or cdelaney@fcps.edu.


TODAY IS THE DEADLINE TO ORDER! Senior Class of 2022 Legacy Bricks

Legacy Bricks

Don’t miss your chance to buy a Brick and create a Lasting Legacy for your Student in the school’s main entrance courtyard!

Individual bricks cost: $100.  They make great graduation presents for Seniors, or as a legacy for all the members of your family! You can order online HERE.

All orders are due today, Tuesday, April 26, 2022!

Graduation Seat Raffle 

Click here to enter the raffle for one of 10 sets of 8 premium seats for the graduation ceremony! Deadline to enter is May 15th.

Graduation is Tuesday, May 31st at 2 p.m. at EagleBank Arena.


Order the 2022 WTW Yearbook!

CONGRATULATIONS to the CAVALIER yearbook staff for submitting their final deadline & completing the 2022 yearbook!

Order your W. T. WOODSON HIGH SCHOOL yearbook today!

Click here ---> https://t.co/xdHsRIOywK

School code: 5278

Please contact Katherine Benzinger or Drew Marvin if you have any questions!

Mock SAT, ACT and PSAT available to students - all proceeds benefit PTSO

Tests are administered either in-person or online and can be scheduled Monday through Thursday from 1pm to 9pm and Saturday from 9am to 5pm.

Sign up here to take a mock SAT, ACT, or PSAT with C2 Education - available online or in-person!!  (Requires an existing or new Woodson PTSO login)  Cost is $20 to register for your mock test, all proceeds will benefit Woodson C2 Education Fairfax will contact you to schedule your test and results assessment.

Woodson Sports Physical Night

The W.T. Woodson Athletic Training Program’s Sports Physical Night event will be held on June 8 @ W.T. Woodson High School. Hosting this event is the Athletic Training Program’s ONLY fundraiser for the year as we DO NOT receive any funding from the county. ALL proceeds go towards helping the program purchase supplies. 

The goal of Sports Physical Night is to provide a complete pre-participation examination screening that will leave student athletes with a valid VHSL physical for the entirety of the 2022-23 School Year. Each year, it is required that all student athletes have a completed VHSL physical on file before participating in sports. The price will be $50 again this year. Appointment times will be available at 5:30, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30pm. 

Register for an appointment here! 

Want to Volunteer for Sports Physical Night??

If you would like to volunteer please complete the volunteer registration here. A few more physicians and HCP's are needed to complete the actual physical exams (MD, DO, NP, PA), as well as other HCP’s comfortable with taking vital signs. If you can help, or know of others that would be able to assist, please spread the word!

If you have any questions or would like more information, reach out to Chris Hogge, ATC at chogge@fcps.edu.

Show your Cavalier Pride with a Woodson Garden Flag!

WTW Garden Flag

Order yours here!

Garden Flag (dimensions - 12"x17") - $15

Personalize it for $5 more - add your family name or get creative and celebrate your student with their name and graduation year!

(Some examples: The Smith Family; Congrats Emily Class of 2021; Woodson Class of 2022)

For more information, contact Liz Brocato at Brocatofam@gmail.com

Student Driver Magnets Available With Convenient Home Delivery!

Student Driver Magnet

Student Driver Car Magnets are available through PTSO! Magnets are $8.00 each or buy a batch of 3 for multiple cars for $20.00. You can order online from the PTBoard website HERE.  Once orders are received, magnets will be delivered to your door contact free! If you have any questions contact Shane or Katherine Gilbert at wptsomagnets@gmail.com



Check out all of these opportunities to enjoy the spring weather and cheer on our teams! Follow @Woodsonathletic on Twitter for current athletic updates and schedules.


Coming off spring break, Woodson’s baseball team experienced its roughest stretch of the season. While the Cavs were competitive in every game, fielding and baserunning mistakes proved costly. Despite dropping 3 of the last 4 games, the Cavs record stands at a strong 9-6.

West Potomac is a new addition to the Patriot District this season and has quickly established itself as one of the strongest teams in the District.  The visiting Wolverines jumped out to an early 3-0 lead when the Cavaliers defense struggled in the opening frame, then extended it to 6-2 in the 3rd after an error and two walks set up a big inning.  Strong relief pitching from Ben Smallwood kept the Cavs in the game.  Woodson fought back gamely, led by Dillon Brody’s 2 hits and 4 RBI’s. The Cavs closed to 7-6, but left the tying run on third in the last inning.  

Robinson has been the Woodson’s nemesis for years – sweeping their last 7 contests. The Cavaliers took out their frustration with a 15-3 blowout win.  Woodson’s first two batters were hit by pitches.  An infield error and a single by Brady Lencz staked the Cavs to an early 2-0 lead.  Woodson’s offense was in high gear for the balance of the game. Colin Jones and Andrew Perks each scored three times and four different Cavs had multiple base hits.  Starter Ben Smallwood and reliever Lars Greenlee kept the Rams offense in check.

Unfortunately, the Cavs couldn’t keep the momentum going and dropped a tight contest at Fairfax.  Both teams got strong performances from their starting pitchers. Brady Lencz struck out 8 over 5 1/3 innings, while PJ Suppes allowed only one run over four innings for the Lions. Woodson led 2-1 entering the bottom of the 6th inning, before Fairfax rallied for 4 runs. Woodson fought back in the 7th, bringing the tying run to the plate before an outstanding catch by the Lions’ outfield began a game-ending double play.

Woodson faced off against Alexandria City High School (formerly T.C. Williams) for the first time since 2017. The Titans returned to the Patriot District for the 2022 season, after a four-year absence. The Cavaliers hadn’t dropped consecutive games all season, but struggled to find their game.  Early walks and errors in the middle innings staked AC to a 7-2 lead after four innings.  Woodson rallied in the 6th when Jay Sorkin hit a two-run double to left field followed by a sacrifice fly from Andrew Perks to close the score to 7-5, but could get no closer.

Girls Lacrosse

Last Tuesday, the Woodson JV and varsity girls’ lacrosse teams hosted the South County Stallions at Pat Cunningham stadium. Both teams fought through the cold to clinch victories. The JV Woodson Lady Cavaliers won their game 15 – 3, and the Varsity Lady Cavaliers defeated the Stallions 14-7.  On Thursday, the JV and varsity teams headed across town to take on district rivals, the West Springfield Spartans.  The JV girls took the field first and had an action packed back and forth game that ended in a 7 – 7 tie. The Varsity Lady Cavalier were able to keep the ball from the Spartan offensive stars through tough defensive rides, and superb draw control play by sophomore Eva Lennon and her draw circle teammates.  Woodson junior Goalie, Bristol Sine, helped keep the Spartans from taking an early lead by making several tough one-on-one saves.  Junior midfielder, Jenna Cook, gave Woodson an early lead by scoring several goals with excellent shot placement.  Additional goals by sophomores Alex Walrath, Reese Cuviello, and senior Emerson Bradshaw expanded the Woodson lead, which allowed Woodson to withstand a West Springfield last minute two goal surge.  The final game score was Woodson 8, West Springfield 6. This marked the first district loss for West Springfield. The Woodson Varsity Lady Cavaliers have a 8-3 record.  

Boys Tennis

Woodson Boys Tennis traveled to Fairfax and Lake Braddock for last week’s matches, and came away with 9-0 victories at both of them. The team remains undefeated! Matches this week are Monday (home against West Potomac), Wednesday (away against West Springfield), and Friday (home against Robinson). All matches begin at 4:00.


Woodson Varsity Softball went 1-1 last week in District play. They opened the week with a road loss at Robinson 5-0. Woodson was held to one hit, a single by Sophomore Sydney Huffman in the 4th inning. Defensively, Huffman playing shortstop started a nifty 6-4-3 double play in the second inning to stop a Robinson rally.

On Thursday, Woodson traveled to Fairfax to take on the Lions. After trailing 5-1 entering the 5th inning, Woodson’s bats came to life plating 18 runs in the final 3 innings en route to a 19-7 victory. The Cavalier’s offensive attack was led by Junior Sarah Banker who blasted a grand slam to right field to tie the game in the 5th.  Banker finished the night with 3 hits, 5 RBI, 2 steals and a sacrifice. Not to be out done, Freshman Penny Elliott added her own grand slam in the 6th inning to put the game out of reach.  Junior Elizabeth Schneider added 2 doubles with 3 RBI. Sophomores Sydney Huffman and Sedona Adams each had 2 hits and each drove in a run.

Senior Lacrosse

Congratulations to the 2022 Boys Lacrosse Seniors

WTW Dance Team Clinic and Tryouts start NEXT WEEK - May 3rd

Dance Camp

Join Head Coach, Krissy Schnebel, and the graduating Seniors to prepare for tryouts and learn more about the Pnettes - WTW’s nationally ranked dance team. Classes will focus on Jazz, Pom and Hip Hop choreography, turns/leaps, technique, tricks, and is open to all current 7th-11th graders.

Fill out the Google form in the Link Tree in the WTWdanceteam Instagram bio to express your interest and get more details. Email wtwdanceteam@gmail.com with any questions.

Spring Sale on Athletic Booster Passes

The Woodson Athletic Boosters are having a Spring Sale on Booster Passes

To purchase your Spring Sale pass and to see the Spring game schedules, visit the Woodson Sports website

Fall 2022 Sports Tryout Dates

Mark your calendars for Fall 2022 sports tryout dates.  Golf tryouts begin on  Thursday, July 28th and all other fall sports (football, cheer, field hockey, cross-country, volleyball) will take place on Monday, August 1st.


College & Career Center News

The Woodson College & Career Center Resources can be found in the Woodson Student Services Course/College & Career Center Folder (padlets are also linked there). Parents can access the Student Services Course through their student’s Schoology account. Please email me at cliebmosley@fcps.edu if you need help with Schoology.

  • Junior Focus Events for the Class of 2023 (unless otherwise noted, please sign up in Naviance):Virtual College Panel for Students & Families, Apr 26 at 7 pm (Link will be sent out closer to the date)Senior College Panel in CAV Hall, April 27, 10:15 am – 11:15 amQuestions? Please email cliebmosley@fcps.edu or come by the Career Center.
  • Attention Class of 2022! Please mark your calendar for our Celebrate Your Plan Day on Tuesday, 3 May 2022 during All Lunches in the Auditorium Lobby. We want to celebrate you and all of the different post-secondary plans. 
  • Are you looking for Enrichment Programs (Internships, Volunteer Opportunities, STEM Camps etc.) to build up your resume? Please visit the Upcoming Events Padlet. Looking for Scholarships? Please visit the Scholarship Padlet.

Questions? Please email at cliebmosley@fcps.edu.

Free SAT Math Prep Sessions

Woodson dad, Rick Neifield,  is offering free SAT math prep sessions to Woodson students via Zoom. Sign up here. Direct inquiries and questions to Rick at richardneifeld@gmail.com.

Laptop Tech Support Hours

If students need FCPS laptop technical support at Woodson HS, please submit a ticket using the FCPS Parent/Student Tech Support Portal.

Our walk-in hours in Room A114 are: 

  • Odd Days during Learning Seminar
  • Monday - 7:45am - 8:10am
  • Tuesday and Wednesday - 11:25am - 1:20pm (lunches)
  • Wednesday - 2:55pm - 4:00pm (when late buses start)

Any other time you should try to make an appointment.

QUICK LINKS to useful information and resources - 

Universal Masking Changes as of March 1Health and Safety & Covid Guidance / FCPS Covid-19 Case Dashboard 

View a list of current bus delays 

Woodson Frequently Asked Questions.

Woodson Events Calendar 

Woodson Athletics Calendar 

2021-22 School Year Calendar 

2021-2022 Odd/Even (A/B) Calendar - Printable

2022-2023 School Year Calendar Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Orthodox Good Friday, and Diwali will be student holidays next school year.

Get Your Child's Online Activity Report - FREE 

Resources for Mental Health, Wellness & Support Groups (must be a PTSO member to login)

Join PTSO / Make a Donation to PTSO / PTSO Volunteer Opportunities


Move4Mental Health

Move for Mental Health

Our Minds Matter, in collaboration with Fairfax County Public Schools, will be hosting an upcoming Move for Mental Health event on Sunday, May 1st. From 10:30am-1:00pm, the event will feature a dedicated route to walk, run, bike, or wheel, live performances, and self-care stations. FCPS students receive community service hours for participating. 

The event will take place at Mason District Park: 6621 Columbia Pike Annandale, VA 22003

Visit bit.ly/move4mentalhealth to register for FREE.

Free Online Tutoring Services for All FCPS Students 

FCPS students now have unlimited access to online tutoring support services through Tutor.com at no cost to families. Detailed information and FAQs are available on the Tutor.com Online Tutoring Services website.

Students can access Tutor.com via a link in Schoology.  Additional information about how to log in and access a tutor is provided to families via the following instructional videos: 

Questions not answered in the posted resources may be sent to onlinetutoring@fcps.edu.

Northern Virginia Community College Offering Free Classes for Graduating Seniors

Qualified seniors graduating this spring who are considering attending Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) may take one 3-credit course and NOVA’s 1-credit College Success Skills course, SDV 100 (at no cost) as part of the JumpStart2NOVA program. Since these classes are all online, students will need access to a computer and the Internet.

The application is open now and will close at 5 p.m. on April 29. All students will be required to upload a high school transcript and any qualifying test scores if they do not have a 3.0 grade point average. Courses begin May 31 and end August 8. 

More information about JumpStart2NOVA, including course offerings, materials, and details on how to apply, is available online.

FCPS Ends Covid Testing 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the community level for Fairfax County is currently classified as low; this classification has continued for the past month. In addition, Fairfax Health District COVID-19 Vaccination Status indicates that more than 70% of all Fairfax Health Districts residents have been fully vaccinated (defined by receiving two of a two-dose vaccine or one of a single-dose vaccine) and more than 80% have received one dose. Based on FCPS metrics, FCPS will discontinue the following prevention strategies on April 22:

If students have symptoms and need to get tested, the following options are available:

  • COVID-19 Testing is available at various sites throughout Fairfax County and the state.

  • At-Home Test Kits—Students leaving the school CARE Room with symptoms of illness are provided an at-home test kit. 

  • Test-To-Stay Program—In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), FCPS is providing access to the Test-To-Stay program for students who have been identified as a close contact when an outbreak has been declared. This program is available to any student who meets eligibility criteria and whose parent/legal guardian has provided consent for their participation. 

Mental Health Resources | 24/7 Emergency Numbers

Plan D Nova https://www.plandnova.org/ (a website for Northern Virginia teens who suffer from depression: #breakthestigma)

Mental Health Resources


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