Brookfield News and Notes 6/07/2024

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News and Notes

Congratulations CHS Class of 2024!


Progress Reports

Progress Reports will be sent home with students on Wednesday, June 12, the last day of school.

The Bookmobile is Coming Again this Summer! 

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The Bookmobile is a free, mobile Library- we come to a few Brookfield Community neighborhoods and bring books to you to borrow and return.  We have books for all ages, including adults!

We will come on the following dates:

Thursday, June 27

Thursday, July 11

Thursday, July 25

Thursday, August 8

Our stops are:

Brookfield Pool: 4:40-5:00 | Winding Brook: 5:05-5:20

Chantilly Mews: 5:25-5:40 | Fields of Chantilly: 5:45-6:00

We hope to see you there!

📈 SOL Scores Posted in SIS ParentVUE

Families can find Standards of Learning (SOL) reports for spring testing in the SIS ParentVUE Documents section on or before the last day of school. Log in to your ParentVUE account to access the following:

  • For all students, the official SOL Score Report with overall and reporting category performance for all spring tests.
  • For grade 3-8 students, the SOL Growth Parent Report shows performance over time for state reading and math tests completed this school year.

Visit the FCPS website for additional information about spring assessment reporting practices and timelines.

Need help creating a SIS ParentVUE account? This video walks through the steps. Find out more about SIS ParentVUE.


Bronco Block - A Busy End Of Year!


In the annual sixth grade versus teachers volleyball game, both sides claimed victory.

B Day Books

Birthday books - and bookmarks - were popular all year.


Mr. Steve from the Chantilly Public Library visited students to share the public library's Coupon Program and events that would take place over the summer.  The kids were really excited!

Band and Strings

Fifth and Sixth Grade Band and Strings played a farewell concert in the gym.  They've really gotten good!


Future kindergarteners in Ms. Dominick's class (below) enjoyed their last breakfast together before their graduation ceremony.  In Mrs. Benner's class (bottom), students wait patiently for the ceremony to start.

Future Kindergarteners


INOVA Back to School Pediatric Health Fairs

Inova Cares Clinic (ICC) will provide children ages 5+ with free school entrance physicals and immunizations at summer health fairs for children on Medicaid or who are uninsured. The clinics will take place 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Saturday, June 29, at ICC for Children - Manassas
  • Saturday, July 20, at ICC for Children - Herndon
  • Saturday, August 17, at ICC for Children - Falls Church

Appointments are required. No walk-ins will be allowed. Call 703-698-2550 for an appointment.

Summer Fun for All! Summer Camps and Adapted Recreation

The Family Resource Center (FRC) has a list of dozens of summer camps including general camps, camps for students with a variety of needs, and camps for children of military personnel. 

They’ve also prepared a list of adapted resources, sorted by activity, that are inclusive for children and adults of various physical abilities. 

Learn more by calling 703-204-3941, emailing, or visiting the FRC webpage.

Virtual Mental Wellness Consultations

This summer, the FCPS Office of Intervention and Prevention Services will offer virtual Mental Wellness Consultations from Monday, June 24, through Friday, August 2. Any FCPS parent or secondary student can schedule a 45-minute consultation with a school psychologist or social worker by phone or videoconference. 

Parents of students in any grade level can request a consultation to receive guidance on how to support their child’s social, emotional, and academic success. Information about community resources will also be provided.

Middle or high school students can request a consultation to receive guidance and support for concerns related to anxiety, mood, behavior, peer or family interactions, or school transitions and changes. Strategies and tools can also be provided to address academic challenges such as organization and time management.

We encourage all families to take advantage of this service. Request a consultation or call and leave a message at 703-503-2520.

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Brookfield is Partnering with School Tool Box to Make Shopping for School Supplies Easy! 


Our teachers have already loaded in the supply lists for the 2024-25 school year -- all you have to do is select your child's grade and order! School supplies will ship directly to your home! 5% of all purchases will go back to the PTA for school programs. Every supply box purchased, will provide one meal to a child through Feed My Starving Children. And best of all, you get to relax and know that your child is ready for the fall!

Order your supply kits today! 

(The kits are fully customizable - you can add supplies and remove the ones you already have.)

Brookfield Garden Clean-Up - June 8th


Let's roll up our sleeves, grab some track bags, and make our garden sparkle!  Together we can make a difference! This is a great opportunity for student service hours!

  • When:  Saturday June 8, 2024 @ 9:00 AM
  • Where: Brookfield Elementary School Garden


Free Food Giveaway - Fresh Foods and Pantry Staples

The final monthly free food distribution held by a community partner will be on Saturday, June 8th 10:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m. while supplies last at Brookfield Elementary School.

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