Eagle News-June 3, 2022

June 3, 2022

Thank You to the PTA

We want to thank the PTA for purchasing a shade canopy for the playground.  It looks and works great!


Preliminary SOL Scores

Preliminary SOL scores can be accessed in ParentVUE in the Test History tab on Wednesday, June 8.  The "Test History" tab can only be accessed in ParentVUE through a web browser (not the app).

Intentions for next school year

Please return the Intentions for Next Year form if your child will NOT be returning to White Oaks next year.  The form can be accessed using the following link www.fcps.edu/sites/default/files/media/forms/it110.pdf, or a form can be picked up in our school office.

Medication pick up in the health room

The last day to pick up medication from the Health Room is June 10 by 2:00 PM. After 2:00, all medications will be discarded.  If you have any questions, please contact the front office 

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications/Summer Meals

Families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced price meals for SY 22-23. For the past two years, the federal government has provided no-cost meals to all public school students without the need to complete the annual Free and Reduced-Price Meal application. However, the extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students is expected to expire at the end of this school year.

We encourage you to submit the Free and Reduced-Price Meal application prior to the first day of the 22-23 school year. The online application will be available later this summer. Watch your email and our website for more information. Learn more about the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program online.

No-cost summer meals will be served at all FCPS summer school locations this year. Please visit the FCPS website for updated information during the summer. 

If you have questions about the Free and Reduced-Price Meals program, the additional benefits your child may receive, or no-cost summer meals, please contact Marti Lee at 703-923-1400. We are happy to help.

Youth Substance Abuse Trends Webinar-June 7

Opioid overdoses are on the rise in the Fairfax Health District, which is consistent with national and state trends. Fairfax County Public Schools is partnering with Fairfax County Government to provide an educational webinar on substance use trends and supports June 7 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Register for the June 7 webinar

The webinar will cover topics including, most commonly used substances, ways parents can support their children, and available FCPS and Fairfax County resources.

Language interpretation will be available in Spanish, Arabic, Amharic, and Korean. American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting by an ASL/Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) Team will also be provided.

Learn more about what you can do to help and prevent overdoses in our Healthy Minds blog.

Family Return to School Survey

We are interested in hearing about how the 2021-22 school year has gone for students. You have an opportunity to provide your feedback on our Family Return to School Survey which you should have received via email.

The survey is being administered by the FCPS Office of Research and Strategic Improvement, which provides objective research and data-based information back to the school division’s leadership. The survey is part of the office’s continuing evaluation of the pandemic’s impact on our school division. 

We encourage all White Oaks ES parents/caregivers to respond to the survey and share their experiences whether positive or negative. The information you and other families provide will be used, along with other data, to inform FCPS leadership about the return to five days a week of in-person instruction, and support FCPS’ efforts to make improvements that support schools, students, and staff. It will also be included in ESSER III reporting.

LGBTQIA+ Pride Month-June

Pride Month


In the month of June, we recognize the valuable contributions of LGBTQIA+ individuals across America, and we reaffirm our commitment to standing in solidarity with LGBTQIA+ Americans in their ongoing struggle against discrimination and injustice.

Juneteenth-June 19, Observed June 20


Juneteenth commemorates the day in 1865 that word of the Emancipation Proclamation and the end of the Civil War finally reached enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, effectively marking the end of slavery in the United States.

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