Robinson Student Ram Page | May 9, 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.


Clip It Off For Cancer



CLIP it OFF FOR CANCER 2022: This year, Robinson SGA is hosting our annual Clip it off for Cancer hair donation and cancer awareness campaign in a new covid-friendly, but IN PERSON way. Come tailgate our Spring sports events (Tennis, Softball, Baseball, Soccer) with a Spring Carnival style Clip it Off for Cancer. There will be...


Want to donate your hair or shave your head for awareness? We will hold hair cutting for donation and head shaving walk-up style, with parent permission forms. Pick up permission forms on stage at lunch. Hair will be donated to Children with Hair Loss.

CIOFC Tie Dying Event: Purchase your white cancer awareness t-shirt for $10 at school lunches on Friday, Monday, and Tuesday and bring it to tie-dye at CIOFC! Make sure to purchase your shirt before they run out!

ATTENTION SENIORS - Download Your Google Drive Documents By August 5th


Dear Robinson Senior Class and Families,

First, congratulations on your upcoming graduation and best of luck in future endeavors.

Second, before you leave FCPS, consider taking all your Google Drive documents with you.  FCPS seniors will loss access to Google Drive on August 6th and thus all of your documents will no longer be available to you.

If you would like to download and save your Google Drive documents, please follow the steps from this document and do so by August 5th

Questions, please reach out to Karen Miller and Nathan Poumade

Congratulations to Our RAM Champions!

The below students were nominated as a RAM Champion by a staff member over the last 2 weeks for displaying a RAM Value.

ram champions

SEAL Application

If you are interested in becoming a Student Equity Ambassador Leader (SEAL) fill out this form to be considered by your school:

Please submit your application by Friday, May 20 by 3:00 p.m.

Point of Contact: Associate Principal Ann Wong (

Don't know much about SEALs? Read more here and watch the video below:

Math Summer Bootcamp

Robinson Community, The HS Math Department in cooperation with the Robinson PTSO is pleased to announce that applications for this summer's Math Summer Bootcamp 2022 are now being accepted. Please see attached flyer for more information: Math Summer Bootcamp Flyer

Register at:


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

How to Support Your Child During SOL Season


Social Work Spotlight

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 2: During testing weeks, focus on:

Sleep! A good night’s rest will improve your child’s ability to focus and stay energized on test days. Consider enforcing special test-week rules, like earlier bedtimes and no phones, games or other electronics an hour before bed. (*You can always add extra time earlier or a reward like a special treat if they demonstrate this level of self-care!)

Organization: Test days are already stressful enough without having to scramble. You can help minimize stress by laying out clothes and packing backpacks or lunches the night before. Leave for school or the bus stop with plenty of time to spare, so your child can focus on doing their best—not rushing to school.

Healthy meals: In addition to a good night's sleep, well-rounded meals can help students stay sharp. Start off the day of the test with a filling breakfast. A healthy dinner the night before—ideally with protein and complex carbohydrates like bread or pasta—can help too. If your child's school allows it, consider sending them with a water bottle and snack.

Full Article can be viewed at

Social Work Spotlight




Hello, Students and Families,

The flowers are blooming, and it’s SOL testing season at Robinson. Throughout the month of May, the library will be used for SOL testing. Below you will find the schedule.

The library is closed when students are testing in the library. If our front doors are shut with a “Closed for Testing” sign on the door, students should return another time. Please ask your student(s) to plan accordingly for book returns, checkouts, printing, hanging out with friends, etc.

The library will open each day, after students complete their SOL tests.

Good luck on your exams, students!
~ Robinson’s Librarians


Student Artwork Wanted for Schoology Design Challenge


Help FCPS fill in the big blue space that students, staff, and families see when they log into Schoology. We are looking for talented FCPS students in any grade to participate and have their artwork considered for display.

Students can work individually or as a group designing any form of artwork that represents “How Schoology helps me learn.” Submissions are due by 11:59p.m. on May 20

Details for this challenge and information on how students can submit their work (parent permission required) are available online.

Free Online Tutoring Services for All Students Now Available!

online tutoring

All FCPS students now 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 can 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.

Visit this link for directions on how students can access

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

Opt Out Information

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