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Register now for FCPS summer camps, including Tech Adventure Camp for grades K-6
Elementary Institute for the Arts (EIFTA) for grades 2-5, and Institute for the Arts (IFTA) for grades 6-11.
FCPS COVID-19 Compensatory Education Plan
Learn more about the Compensatory Education Plan, which was created to support the needs of students with disabilities whose learning was impacted during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Mr. Kim Recognized as FCPS CARES of the Month Recipient!
August 18, 2022
Congratulations to Mr. Charlie Kim on being recognized as the June 2022 Region 1 FCPS CARES Recipient of the Month by the Department of Human Resources!
#OurFCPS Faces: Holly Eelman
June 04, 2021
Holly Eelman is a school-based technology specialist (SBTS) at Crossfield ES, where she helps teachers effectively use technology in the classroom.
FCPS News and Features
🏀 Four-peat for Madison Girls Basketball
With an "and-one" layup in overtime, the Madison Warhawks Girls Basketball Team defeated the Manchester Lancers (49-46) last week, making this their fourth consecutive state title. This was Madison’s ninth state final appearance—now the most in the history of Class 6 and the former Group AAA.
FCPS Sees Nearly 200% Spike in Arabic Language Course Enrollment Since 2013
Teachers credit the spike in Arabic course enrollment to parents who’ve lobbied for more access to language offerings, keeping coursework fun and the expansion of instruction that can now begin in elementary school and continue through the international baccalaureate level.<br />
Superintendent's Weekly Reflections
Superintendent Reid writes about all of the great things happening in Fairfax County Public Schools. This week she attended the FCPS-hosted community meeting on the opioid crisis. She visited Annandale Terrace ES, Saratoga ES, Lemon Road ES, and Westbriar ES.
No Money Needed for Prom Dress Shop at Centreville High School
Marketing students from Centreville HS and the Fair Oaks Classroom on the Mall program will open their Prom Dress Shop on Friday, March 24, at Centreville HS. The shop helps financially challenged students attend prom by providing dresses and accessories at no cost.