Woodson Pyramid Power of our Words - Community Night

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The Power of Ours Words Combating Hate Speech and Racial Slurs Woodson Pyramid Community Night 
  • Date: Thursday, May 30th, 2024
  • Time: 6:00-7:30 PM

Location: Woodson High School's Cafeteria B (9525 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22031)

Click link for more information and to RSVP: https://bit.ly/3QwBu9F

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Memorial Day Holiday - No school | Monday, May 27th

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Memorial Day Holiday

All schools and offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, for the Memorial Day holiday. Learn about the history of Memorial Day. See the complete school year calendar.

5월 27일 월요일은 현충일입니다. 수업은 5월 30일인 화요일에 재개됩니다. 현충일의 역사에 대해 알아보세요. 전체 학사 일정을 확인하세요

Be Informed; Stay Involved!

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Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 5/24/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Medication Pick-Up Reminder
  3. FCPS Summer Extravaganza
  4. Calling All FCPS Alumni and Friends
  5. Lunch Balances
  6. Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement
  7. Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025
  8. Resources for Newly Registered Families 
  9. Student Test Results Coming Soon
  10. New SOL Growth Reports for Grade 3-8 Tests
  11. Support Your Child’s Success in SIS ParentVUE 
  12. Let’s Finish the Year Strong- Attendance Information
  13. Yearbooks For Sale
  14. FLE Materials Available for Review
  15. Important Upcoming Dates
1.Principal’s Message  

Greetings families!

Following up from last Friday, I had the great pleasure of enjoying books and breakfast with the winner of the PTA’s BINGO night raffle. I relaxed and listened as she opted to read Green Eggs and Ham to me! It was such an impressive and delightful treat!

Continuing with the festive theme of Teacher Appreciation Week, on Monday Ms. Larsen and I were pleasantly surprised with an office filled with bright colored and glimmering decorations starting at the threshold of our doors. Shortly after the entire kindergarten grade level of students met us in the lobby to present a colorful banner displaying every child’s handprint. An abundance of gratitude was shown to us in recognition of Admin Appreciation Week! The highlight of my weekend will be to sit down and read all the heartfelt letters and poems from our second grade students.  

On Wednesday I had the opportunity to accompany some of our students on their field trip to Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Students from both schools enjoyed meeting one another face to face after meeting virtually throughout the year as members and participants of the Assistive Technology Club!  Hats off to FCPS’s husband and wife team,  Eric and MaryBeth Fleming for bringing our schools and these students together. We also want to thank our Intellectual Disabilities Team for all their efforts and commitments to the program. 

Ms. Erin Reilly stays true to our FVES family culture as her mother accompanied the strings students yesterday during their school assemblies and evening performance for families and friends. I was impressed with the immense talent of our strings students as I attended their rehearsal earlier in the week.  It is evident these students discipline themselves to practice their instruments. 

The Villa Vibe is in the home-stretch of celebrating student academic progress as summative assessment results become available. I can only imagine how much stronger the vibe will be next month as we gear up for our end of the year celebrations, projects, performances, and events. 

Lastly, as a reminder there is no school this Monday on Memorial Day. I ask as a military wife and mother of a son who is an active duty United States Army officer to set aside a moment to honor all the American men and women who have sacrificed and lost their lives to maintain our freedoms while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  

Sincerely, 

Shelia Sobeski

Interim Principal

2.Medication Pick-up Reminder

The school health room is reminding parents and guardians that all medication stored in the health room must be picked up no later than 2:00 pm, student dismissal time, on the last day of school, June 12. Medications left in the health room after that time will be discarded. It is school policy that medications must be picked up by the parent or guardian. Medication cannot be sent home with your student.

Medication authorization forms for next school year may be obtained from the school or online at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/student-safety-and-wellness/school-health-services. A medication authorization form is required for any medication, prescription or over-the-counter, to be kept at school.

3.☀️ FCPS’ Summer Extravaganza

Don’t miss a day of family fun and learning at the FCPS Summer Extravaganza! 

Stop by Woodson High School on Saturday, June 1, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., where students will be able to take part in engaging educational activities designed to spark curiosity and inspire growth. 

Representatives from local businesses, Fairfax County Public Library, and the Fairfax County Park Authority are participating in the Summer Extravaganza. Community organizations, such as Neighborhood Community Services, will be at the event as well. All will have learning activities, tips, and helpful information for families. Enjoy face painting, food, music, a moon bounce, a petting zoo, storytime, and student performances — all at no cost!

Visit the Summer Extravaganza webpage for more details and register to attend. Registration is not required, but it's helpful for planning purposes.

3rd grade recess fun!

4.🎓 Calling All FCPS Alumni and Friends!

Educate Fairfax is proud to introduce FCPS Alumni & Friends, an online network of alumni, teachers, parents/caregivers, and community members with ties to Fairfax County Public Schools. Whether you are a recent FCPS graduate or you’ve returned to Fairfax to work or raise your own family, this network will celebrate our alumni and friends of FCPS through stories, news and events, reunions, homecoming, and other activities. It’s also a great way to rekindle old friendships and build new ones. Join FCPS Alumni & Friends today!

5.🥗 Don’t Forget to Check Your Student’s Lunch Balance! 

It’s a busy time of year, and we know there are many priorities on families’ plates. As we approach the end of the school year, it is important to remember to check your students’ MySchoolBucks account and pay any remaining school meal balance. 

Families that earn less than 185% of poverty level qualify for free and reduced-price meals. However, an application must be completed and submitted each school year to receive that benefit. The application for the 2024-25 school year will be available this summer. 

If families have a current balance and think they may be eligible for free and reduced-price meals, please fill out the FRM application for the 2022-23 school year. Get more information about free and reduced-price lunch.

6.Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement

With the end of the year quickly approaching, we are already looking ahead to next year. While we look at class placements for the coming year, we want you to be aware of the process. We place students in classrooms based on numerous criteria. Students are grouped so that classrooms are heterogeneous, having a balance of boys and girls, a balance of academic performance and ability, and groups that will allow for the greatest support from our resource teachers.

Classroom teachers will have input into the recommendations for next year, as will our counselors and specialists. Our staff has been told that we will not take requests for particular teachers because we base our placement on instructional criteria and individual student strengths and needs. It is unfair to give special consideration to some parents when it would be impossible to grant requests from all parents. Please be aware also that grade level assignments for staff sometimes change, due to late enrollments or other changes.  Staff assignments are determined at the end of the summer. Our staff has been directed not to give out information about placement prior to that time. Children and parents are disappointed when changes must be made due to staffing issues.

In addition, we also value parent input.  If you feel there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, you may submit your input by clicking on this Parent Input Google Form . The parent input forms are due by May 26, 2023.  We value and consider your insight into your child’s learning needs. Taken together with teacher input, your feedback informs class placements.

7.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

8.Resources for Newly Registered Families

Being connected to your school community helps you stay informed and support your child’s success. Take some time to get familiar with the many resources and tools available to FCPS families, including:

There’s an easy to follow five-step process outlined for parents registering their children for kindergarten. Be sure to register your child as soon as possible! 

Register Your Children Online

Online registration is available for new and returning (re-enrolling) FCPS families! Apply today to help us plan for the 2024-25 school year.

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

Fun office decoration for Administrator appreciation week!

9.📝 Student Testing Results Coming Soon

Later this month, you will begin receiving your child’s spring assessment results. If you aren’t sure what assessments your child took this year, view this list of tests by grade level on FCPS’ website. 

How the results are delivered depends on the test. Scores will be posted in SIS ParentVUE, or sent by mail or from the school or testing organization. Learn what to expect regarding assessment reporting practices and timelines

Visit FCPS’ website for additional information about student assessments, including what each assessment is testing for and how to interpret the test results. Caregivers should contact their children’s teacher with any testing questions.

10.📈 New SOL Growth Reports for Grade 3-8 Tests

Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) test results, along with other student data, help demonstrate in which subjects or topics students may need additional academic support.

In order to help interpret SOL results for parents, the Virginia Department of Education has released new Standards of Learning Growth Parent Reports for families of students who took grade 3-8 SOL math and reading tests this spring. 

The Growth Parent Report ties together scores from fall and winter Virginia Growth Assessments (VGA) with the student’s current spring SOL results to show their trend in academic progress this year. 

Learn how to understand your student’s grade 3-8 SOL results and find resources to support their ongoing learning.

11.Support Your Child’s Success in SIS ParentVUE

Signing up for a SIS ParentVUE account helps you to support your child’s academic success. Caregivers can view important information in ParentVUE such as attendance, grades, progress reports, and assessment scores. 

Once you have activated a ParentVUE account for an FCPS student, you will keep the same account until the student graduates. Information about students in the same family can be accessed through the same ParentVUE account. A SIS ParentVUE app is available for Apple and Android devices. 

Need help creating a SIS ParentVUE account? This video explains the steps. Find out more. To create a new account, please contact [school registrar’s name and email] for an activation letter. 

If you already have an account, be sure your contact information is up-to-date. Parents/guardians can update their phone numbers or email addresses in the Parent/Guardian section. View more information.

12.Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow. We All Belong Here!

In FCPS, we all belong. From the first day of school, to the last day of school, every child matters. If your student is having a hard time finishing the year strong and attending school, please contact a trusted adult at the school—a teacher, counselor, or administrator. Visit FCPS’ website for more attendance resources.

13.Yearbooks are still available!

Yearbooks are still available for purchase. They are $13.00 per book, cash (exact change only) or check to “Fairfax Villa Elementary '' only. Order forms are available in the main office.  Yearbooks are no longer available for purchase online. 

There is a limited supply, please get your order in as soon as possible.  When they are gone, they are gone.

14.Family Life Education Materials Available for Review

The recommended Family Life Education instructional materials are available for community review through Monday, June 10, at 4:30 p.m. View details and a feedback form

15.Important Upcoming Dates

5/27: Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/1: FCPS Summer Extravaganza at Woodson HS

6/3: Grad Walk 2:30pm

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7: Field Day

6/11: 6th Grade Luncheon

6/12: 6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

10900 Santa Clara Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030  |  Main Office: 703-267-2800
Attendance: 703-267-2828 | Web | Twitter | Contact Us

Woodson Pyramid Power of our Words - Community Night

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The Power of Ours Words Combating Hate Speech and Racial Slurs Woodson Pyramid Community Night 
  • Date: Thursday, May 30th, 2024
  • Time: 6:00-7:30 PM

Location: Woodson High School's Cafeteria B (9525 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22031)

Click link for more information and to RSVP: https://bit.ly/3QwBu9F

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Attendance: 703-267-2828 | Web | Twitter | Contact Us

Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 5/17/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Medication Pick-Up Reminder
  3. FCPS Summer Extravaganza
  4. Calling All FCPS Alumni and Friends
  5. Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement
  6. Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025
  7. Resources for Newly Registered Families 
  8. Let’s Finish the Year Strong- We all belong here!
  9. Yearbooks are still available!
  10. FLE Materials Available for Review
  11. Important Upcoming Dates
1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

As you will see in the photos above, our Second Graders had a wonderful time learning on their field trip to the Cub Run Rec Center today! It was a great day to get outside! Thank you again to the PTA for their support in providing funding to off-set the cost for all of these amazing field trips! We love enriching learning experiences with our families. Our Robotics Club did just that this week! 

With the longer days of sunlight and many fun activities that the students are involved in outside of school, just a reminder to please try your best to ensure your child gets enough sleep.  We want to finish the year strong!  The end of the school year is a busy time, and most of our students need some extra reminders to follow our rules and expectations to help keep everyone safe and focused on learning.  We appreciate your support in reinforcing this at home.  Thank you for your help!

This week we finished up our Math SOL tests.  Next week, we have one SOL test left for everyone, Fifth Grade Science.  Students are also finishing up their iReady testing for math and reading in the next couple of weeks.

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Interim Principal

2.Medication Pick-up Reminder

The school health room is reminding parents and guardians that all medication stored in the health room must be picked up no later than 2:00 pm, student dismissal time, on the last day of school, June 12. Medication left in the health room after that time will be discarded. It is school policy that medications must be picked up by the parent or guardian. Medication cannot be sent home with your student.

Medication authorization forms for next school year may be obtained from the school or online at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/student-safety-and-wellness/school-health-services. A medication authorization form is required for any medication, prescription or over-the-counter, to be kept at school.

3.☀️ FCPS’ Summer Extravaganza

Don’t miss a day of family fun and learning at the FCPS Summer Extravaganza! 

Stop by Woodson High School on Saturday, June 1, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., where students will be able to take part in engaging educational activities designed to spark curiosity and inspire growth. 

Representatives from local businesses, Fairfax County Public Library, and the Fairfax County Park Authority are participating in the Summer Extravaganza. Community organizations, such as Neighborhood Community Services, will be at the event as well. All will have learning activities, tips, and helpful information for families. Enjoy face painting, food, music, a moon bounce, a petting zoo, storytime, and student performances — all at no cost!

Visit the Summer Extravaganza webpage for more details and register to attend. Registration is not required, but it's helpful for planning purposes.

Students in our Robotics Club share their learning with families!

4.🎓 Calling All FCPS Alumni and Friends!

Educate Fairfax is proud to introduce FCPS Alumni & Friends, an online network of alumni, teachers, parents/caregivers, and community members with ties to Fairfax County Public Schools. Whether you are a recent FCPS graduate or you’ve returned to Fairfax to work or raise your own family, this network will celebrate our alumni and friends of FCPS through stories, news and events, reunions, homecoming, and other activities. It’s also a great way to rekindle old friendships and build new ones. Join FCPS Alumni & Friends today!

5.Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement

With the end of the year quickly approaching, we are already looking ahead to next year. While we look at class placements for the coming year, we want you to be aware of the process. We place students in classrooms based on numerous criteria. Students are grouped so that classrooms are heterogeneous, having a balance of boys and girls, a balance of academic performance and ability, and groups that will allow for the greatest support from our resource teachers.

Classroom teachers will have input into the recommendations for next year, as will our counselors and specialists. Our staff has been told that we will not take requests for particular teachers because we base our placement on instructional criteria and individual student strengths and needs. It is unfair to give special consideration to some parents when it would be impossible to grant requests from all parents. Please be aware also that grade level assignments for staff sometimes change, due to late enrollments or other changes.  Staff assignments are determined at the end of the summer. Our staff has been directed not to give out information about placement prior to that time. Children and parents are disappointed when changes must be made due to staffing issues.

In addition, we also value parent input.  If you feel there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, you may submit your input by clicking on this Parent Input Google Form . The parent input forms are due by May 26, 2023.  We value and consider your insight into your child’s learning needs. Taken together with teacher input, your feedback informs class placements.

6.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

7.Resources for Newly Registered Families

Being connected to your school community helps you stay informed and support your child’s success. Take some time to get familiar with the many resources and tools available to FCPS families, including:

There’s an easy to follow five-step process outlined for parents registering their children for kindergarten. Be sure to register your child as soon as possible! 

Register Your Children Online

Online registration is available for new and returning (re-enrolling) FCPS families! Apply today to help us plan for the 2024-25 school year.

Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

Still can’t believe all that PTA did for us! Thank you again!

8.Let’s Finish the Year Strong- We all belong here! Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow. 

In FCPS, we all belong. From the first day of school, to the last day of school, every child matters. If your student is having a hard time finishing the year strong and attending school, please contact a trusted adult at the school—a teacher, counselor, or administrator. Visit FCPS’ website for more attendance resources.

9.Yearbooks are still available!

Yearbooks are still available for purchase. They are $13.00 per book, cash (exact change only) or check to “Fairfax Villa Elementary '' only. Order forms are available in the main office.  These are no longer available for purchase online. 

There is a limited supply, please get your order in as soon as possible.  When they are gone, they are gone.

10.Family Life Education Materials Available for Review

The recommended Family Life Education instructional materials are available for community review through Monday, June 10, at 4:30 p.m. View details and a feedback form

11.Important Upcoming Dates

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/1: FCPS Summer Extravaganza at Woodson HS

6/3: Grad Walk 2:30pm

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

10900 Santa Clara Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030  |  Main Office: 703-267-2800
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The Power of Ours Words Combating Hate Speech and Racial Slurs Woodson Pyramid Community Night 
  • Date: Thursday, May 30th, 2024
  • Time: 6:00-7:30 PM

Location: Woodson High School's Cafeteria B (9525 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22031)

Click link for more information and to RSVP: https://bit.ly/3QwBu9F

10900 Santa Clara Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030  |  Main Office: 703-267-2800
Attendance: 703-267-2828 | Web | Twitter | Contact Us

Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 5/10/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. FCPS Summer Extravaganza
  3. Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement
  4. Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025
  5. Resources for Newly Registered Families 
  6. Let’s Finish the Year Strong- Attendance Information
  7. Required Immunizations for Rising 7th Grade Students
  8. Yearbook For Sale
  9. Important Upcoming Dates

Some staff enjoying their new Fairfax Villa merch thanks to our PTA!

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

It has been a celebratory week!  On Monday our generous Parent Teacher Association (PTA) kicked off Teacher Appreciation Week by recognizing the united efforts of our entire staff. Fairfax Villa turned into The Greatest Show filled with games, prizes, breakfast, snacks, and new Fairfax Villa Swag! It felt great to be spoiled! We cannot thank the PTA enough for their celebrations of our staff. 

Although our entire PTA is not photographed below, we say thank you!

In addition to teacher appreciation week, our fourth grade classrooms stayed busy! Fourth grade took a trip to George Mason’s home, Gunston Hall! They explored what life was like for various groups of people living in Colonial Virginia. They also showed off their sea creature exhibit! Afterschool, Get2Green met to work on their garden bed project and our running club got together for some activity! 

It is always a busy week here at the Villa! We are currently taking state assessments, the Standards of Learning (SOL) tests for Math in grades 3-6.  Please make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep, eats breakfast, and charges their laptop to prepare for testing.

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Interim Principal

From breakfast burritos, to raffles, and snacks - our staff says thank you!

2.☀️ Save the Date for FCPS’ Summer Extravaganza

Don’t miss a day of family fun and learning at the FCPS Summer Extravaganza! 

Stop by Woodson High School on Saturday, June 1, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., where students will be able to take part in engaging educational activities designed to spark curiosity and inspire growth. 

Representatives from local businesses, Fairfax County Public Library, and the Fairfax County Park Authority are participating in the Summer Extravaganza. Community organizations, such as Neighborhood Community Services, will be at the event as well. All will have learning activities, tips, and helpful information for families. Enjoy face painting, food, music, a moon bounce, a petting zoo, storytime, and student performances — all at no cost!

Visit the Summer Extravaganza webpage for more details and register to attend. Registration is not required, but it's helpful for planning purposes.

3.Parent Input Form for 2024-2025 Class Placement

With the end of the year quickly approaching, we are already looking ahead to next year. While we look at class placements for the coming year, we want you to be aware of the process. We place students in classrooms based on numerous criteria. Students are grouped so that classrooms are heterogeneous, having a balance of boys and girls, a balance of academic performance and ability, and groups that will allow for the greatest support from our resource teachers.

Classroom teachers will have input into the recommendations for next year, as will our counselors and specialists. Our staff has been told that we will not take requests for particular teachers because we base our placement on instructional criteria and individual student strengths and needs. It is unfair to give special consideration to some parents when it would be impossible to grant requests from all parents. Please be aware also that grade level assignments for staff sometimes change, due to late enrollments or other changes.  Staff assignments are determined at the end of the summer. Our staff has been directed not to give out information about placement prior to that time. Children and parents are disappointed when changes must be made due to staffing issues.

In addition, we also value parent input.  If you feel there is pertinent information to support your child’s success for the upcoming school year, you may submit your input by clicking on this Parent Input Google Form . The parent input forms are due by May 24, 2024.  We value and consider your insight into your child’s learning needs. Taken together with teacher input, your feedback informs class placements.

Fourth grade’s sea creature exhibit!

4.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

Thank you to our kindergarten buddy classrooms for supporting our 3rd graders during SOL season!

5.Resources for Newly Registered Families

Being connected to your school community helps you stay informed and support your child’s success. Take some time to get familiar with the many resources and tools available to FCPS families, including:

There’s an easy to follow five-step process outlined for parents registering their children for kindergarten. Be sure to register your child as soon as possible! 

Register Your Children Online

Online registration is available for new and returning (re-enrolling) FCPS families! Apply today to help us plan for the 2024-25 school year. 

Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

3rd Grade working on some experiments!

6.💪 Let's Finish the School Year Strong!

Student attendance at school is important all year long, up to the last day of school. Attendance has an effect on student performance and on school accreditation. See how to:

  • Check your child’s attendance record.
  • Help your student stay engaged at school.
  • Report future absences.
  • Understand the FCPS school calendar.

Learn more about attendance resources.

7.🩹 Required Immunizations for Rising 7th and 12th Graders

Immunizations are required for all students entering 7th and 12th grades this fall. Visit the FCPS immunization webpage to learn about the required vaccines.  Caregivers should ask their private healthcare provider or the health department to review their student's immunization record to ensure that their student has received these required immunizations. 

It is important to schedule immunizations early in the summer, as seventh grade students must submit documentation of the Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines before they begin school in August. Twelfth grade students must submit documentation of the Meningococcal vaccine. Get more information on all student immunization requirements.

Fairfax County Health Department is offering Immunization Clinics on May 9, from 4 - 8 pm at the Annandale location and May 16, from 4 - 8 pm at the Mt. Vernon location.

8.Yearbook are still available!

Yearbooks are still available for purchase. They are $13.00 per book, cash (exact change only) or check to “Fairfax Villa Elementary '' only. Order forms are available in the main office.  These are no longer available for purchase online. 

There is a limited supply, please get your order in as soon as possible.  When they are gone, they are gone.

9.Important Upcoming Dates

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/1: FCPS Summer Extravaganza at Woodson HS

6/3: Grad Walk 2:30pm

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 5/3/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Bike & Roll to School Day
  3. FCPS Summer Extravaganza
  4. Resources for Newly Registered Families 
  5. Student Intention Forms
  6. Let’s Finish the Year Strong- Attendance Information
  7. Required Immunizations for Rising 7th Grade Students
  8. Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776
  9. Important Upcoming Dates

Get2Green Team

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

Saturday we celebrated three of our grade 6 students as they participated in the All County Chorus Concert at Hayfield Secondary School. The gym was filled with approximately 650 beautiful singing voices. We are proud of our Fairfax Villa students and music teachers who participated.  

This week we showed our appreciation for our wonderful cafeteria staff!  Our cafeteria manager, Ms. Rhim and her staff are dedicated to providing quality meals to our students.  We appreciate all that they do!

Wednesday we enjoyed a wonderful spring “Bunnies” musical performance by our first and second graders. It was the hottest ticket in town! It was standing room only in our Villa gymnasium. As the children hopped and sang our audience could not help but join in the fun. Thank you to our music teachers and classroom teachers for their collaborative efforts in helping the students prepare.

This afternoon, we welcomed our incoming kindergarten students and parents for orientation. Parents gained an understanding of the curriculum, procedures, school wide expectations, and a day in the life of a kindergarten. I am so proud of our kindergarten team and staff members who supported this welcoming event. There is no greater compliment than to entrust us with the safety and the learning of a child.

It was a busy afternoon as our Young Scholars returned to school from their field trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture and monuments in downtown DC. Students enjoyed a fun-filled, learning experience thanks to Ms. Wilkins and her vision for the Young Scholars model. Thank you to Ms. DeHart, Ms. Marsh, and the parents who volunteered to chaperone! 

Next week we begin our main state assessments, the Standards of Learning (SOL) tests for Reading in grades 3-6.  Please make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep, eats breakfast, and charges their laptop to prepare for testing.

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Interim Principal

Sixth Grade All County-Choral Festival at Hayfield Secondary

2.Bike & Roll to School Day Join us May 8, 2024 walkbiketoschool.org 3.☀️ Save the Date for FCPS’ Summer Extravaganza

Don’t miss a day of family fun and learning at the FCPS Summer Extravaganza! 

Stop by Woodson High School on Saturday, June 1, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., where students will be able to take part in engaging educational activities designed to spark curiosity and inspire growth. 

Representatives from local businesses, Fairfax County Public Library, and the Fairfax County Park Authority are participating in the Summer Extravaganza. Community organizations, such as Neighborhood Community Services, will be at the event as well. All will have learning activities, tips, and helpful information for families. Enjoy face painting, food, music, a moon bounce, a petting zoo, storytime, and student performances — all at no cost!

Visit the Summer Extravaganza webpage for more details and register to attend. Registration is not required, but it's helpful for planning purposes.

4.Resources for Newly Registered Families

Being connected to your school community helps you stay informed and support your child’s success. Take some time to get familiar with the many resources and tools available to FCPS families, including:

There’s an easy to follow five-step process outlined for parents registering their children for kindergarten. Be sure to register your child as soon as possible! 

Register Your Children Online

Online registration is available for new and returning (re-enrolling) FCPS families! Apply today to help us plan for the 2024-25 school year.

Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

5.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

6.💪 Let's Finish the School Year Strong!

Student attendance at school is important all year long, up to the last day of school. Attendance has an effect on student performance and on school accreditation. See how to:

  • Check your child’s attendance record.
  • Help your student stay engaged at school.
  • Report future absences.
  • Understand the FCPS school calendar.

Learn more about attendance resources.

7.🩹 Required Immunizations for Rising 7th and 12th Graders

Immunizations are required for all students entering 7th and 12th grades this fall. Visit the FCPS immunization webpage to learn about the required vaccines.  Caregivers should ask their private healthcare provider or the health department to review their student's immunization record to ensure that their student has received these required immunizations. 

It is important to schedule immunizations early in the summer, as seventh grade students must submit documentation of the Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines before they begin school in August. Twelfth grade students must submit documentation of the Meningococcal vaccine. Get more information on all student immunization requirements.

Fairfax County Health Department is offering Immunization Clinics on May 9, from 4 - 8 pm at the Annandale location and May 16, from 4 - 8 pm at the Mt. Vernon location.

8.Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776: America's Award Winning Musical

1776 is a political drama based on events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  It follows the efforts of John Adams as he persuades delegates from other states to vote for American Independence.  The show is based on the book by Peter Stone. This is recommended for grades 5 and up.

Click this link to purchase tickets  Show dates: April 26th-27th and May 3rd-4th

Appreciation for our front office staff!

9.Important Upcoming Dates

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/1: FCPS Summer Extravaganza at Woodson HS

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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Reminder: No School - Tomorrow, May 3

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Reminder: No School - Tomorrow, May 3

Orthodox Good Friday/Teacher Work Day

Friday, May 3, is Orthodox Good Friday, and a teacher work day. Millions of Orthodox Christians commemorate Good Friday, also known as “Great Friday”. There will be no school for students that day. See the complete school year calendar.

Be Informed; Stay Involved!

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Fairfax Villa Yearbook - ONLINE orders due tomorrow by 11:59PM

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Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 4/26/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. K Orientation/Registration RSVP
  3. Student Intention Forms
  4. Yearbook Orders May 1st
  5. Community Preschool Playground 5/3
  6. Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776
  7. Middle School Start Times Community Forums
  8. FCPS Summer Arts Camp
  9. Important Upcoming Dates

Click here for additional information about FCPS attendance policies and resources.

Our Positivity Project (P2) team is working hard after school to get our display ready!

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

What a great week it was here at Fairfax Villa! So many of our students experienced enrichment outside of the classroom. Kindergarten visited E.C. Lawrence Park and learned more about insects. Our first grade classes took a trip to the National Zoo and sixth grade participated in an all day trip to George Washington’s Mount Vernon! Thank you PTA for allocating funds to offset the price of the field trips for our families. If you were able to join one of these field trips as a chaperone, thank you for spending your time with us! 

Our Get2Green team hosted our first environmental spirit week! This afterschool club meets to brainstorm ways to beautify our school and reduce, reuse, and recycle. They have ongoing projects in our courtyard that we look forward to blooming this spring! 

We also celebrated our amazing front Office Staff for Administrative Professionals week. Their warm and pleasant demeanor does not go unnoticed as many visitors share how welcoming they feel when they come to the Villa. Silvia Dossmann, Julie Scoville, Kathy Naccarato, and Karen Wells are hands-down the best office staff in FCPS! We appreciate all that they do for our families and staff each and everyday!

Looking forward to attending the 6th Grade All-County Choral Festival Concert tomorrow at Hayfield Secondary School. Three of our 6th graders were selected to participate: Amina Jackson, Regan Crump, and Brooklyn Millan. Ms. Hood and Ms. Gaskins, our music teachers and the students have been practicing for months for this special event and are excited to share their work.

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Principal

2.RSVP Kindergarten Orientation + New Student Registration RSVP Kindergarten Orientation

If your child will attend Fairfax Villa Kindergarten in 2024-2025, please RSVP for the Fairfax Villa Kinder Orientation on May 3rd at 2PM.*

Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

3.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

4.Yearbook Orders Due May 1st

Order your yearbook now by May 1st! Head to this yearbook site and enter the code 0037019YB.

5.Community Preschool Playdate 5/3

Fairfax Villa is pleased to announce that we will continue to have community peers in our preschool program for the 24-25 school year. This will involve teaching preschoolers with delays and without delays in the same classroom. It can provide young children with a more stimulating environment, teach skills for coping with different situations, and provide the opportunity to learn appropriate social skills. 

Our program will invite a limited number of community preschoolers (1-2 per class), who are age 4-5 years, to participate in our daily preschool activities. The children from the community will have the opportunity to make new friends and share experiences with current early childhood special education students. Our students will, in turn, benefit from being with community peers who can model appropriate language, motor, and social skills.

All children learn through their play. Intellectual growth occurs in a social context, influenced strongly by the quality of social interactions. The goal of this program is to encourage active learning and promote social interaction and acceptance through shared experiences between the community children and our preschoolers with special needs.  Feel free to contact us for further explanation of our program. We welcome your thoughts or suggestions, as we are all partners in this effort.

Interested peers and their families are invited to a Preschool Community Peer playdate on May 3rd from 12:30-1:30 p.m. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Janet O’Lare, Special Ed Lead Teacher  ([email protected] ), Dani Rainey, Preschool Teacher ([email protected] ) or Shelia Sobeski, Interim Principal.

Mrs. VonAncken leads the Positivity Project (P2) team after school! 

6.Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776: America's Award Winning Musical

1776 is a political drama based on events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  It follows the efforts of John Adams as he persuades delegates from other states to vote for American Independence.  The show is based on the book by Peter Stone. This is recommended for grades 5 and up.

Click this link to purchase tickets  Show dates: April 26th-27th and May 3rd-4th

7.⏰ Community Forums on Middle School Start Times- Virtual Date Added!

FCPS is exploring options for adjusting middle school start times and invites the public to be part of the process. All forums will deliver the same presentation and provide the same feedback opportunities. Register for an in-person forum by clicking on one of the following dates: 

A virtual forum will be held on Monday, May 13, 6:30-8 p.m. That registration link will be available soon.

While registration is not required, it does help with planning. Language interpretation and childcare will be provided. Learn more about the project exploring middle school start times.  

8.☀️🎭🎶 FCPS SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Don’t miss out on this summer’s most exciting arts enrichment program! At Elementary Institute for the Arts (E-IFTA), students take art, music, theater, and dance classes daily. E-IFTA is for current second through fifth grade students. Learn more on the E-IFTA webpage. Email [email protected] with any questions.

Spanish:Campamento Artístico de Verano¡No te pierdas el programa de enriquecimiento artístico más divertido de este verano!  En el Instituto Elemental para las Artes (E-IFTA), los estudiantes toman clases de arte, música, teatro y baile  todos los días. E-IFTA es para estudiantes de segundo a quinto grado. Más información en la página web de E-IFTA. Envíe un correo electrónico a [email protected] con cualquier pregunta.

9.Important Upcoming Dates

5/1:  First & Second Grade Performance 7pm

5/3: Teacher Workday

5/3: Community Preschool Play Date

5/3: Kindergarten Orientation 2pm

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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6th Grade Musical Showcase 2024  - UPDATE

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6th Grade Musical Showcase 2024  UPDATE

Dear 6th Grade Families,

It was brought to our attention that the Woodson High graduation ceremony is on the same day as our original Showcase date. Because this is a major conflict for many of our Villa families, we have decided to move the Showcase to Wednesday, June 5th, at 7pm.

Our daytime performances for the rest of the school will now be on Tuesday, June 4th and Wednesday, June 5th.

As a reminder, students will need a black shirt and pants/skirt with no logos for the performances. Black shoes are preferred. All other costume pieces and props will be provided by the school. Please let your student’s teacher know if you need assistance with this.

Please make every effort to have your student attend. The 6th Grade Showcase is a long-time Fairfax Villa tradition and once-in-a-lifetime experience, and we want all our students to be a part of it!

We apologize for any inconvenience this date change may cause. 

Questions? Please contact Mx. Gaskins or your student’s homeroom teacher.

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Get2Green Spirit Week
  3. Yearbook Orders May 1st
  4. SEL Screener Results
  5. Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025
  6. Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) School Health Services Internal Survey
  7. Take Your Child to Work Day Guidance
  8. April is The Month of Military Child 
  9. Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776
  10. Middle School Start Times Community Forums
  11. Register Today For The FCPS Family Summit
  12. FCPS Summer Arts Camp
  13. 2024-2025 Registration/Kindergarten Orientation
  14. Important Upcoming Dates

Click here for additional information about FCPS attendance policies and resources.

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

Our field trips are in full swing! Our sixth graders got a chance to visit the National Gallery of Art Museum in DC! Our kindergarten and first grade students are gearing up for their field trips next week. In addition, the PTA after school sports and run clubs have started! We hope your child gets an opportunity to participate as the weather gets nicer. We are so thankful for our PTA and our school community that makes afterschool events possible! One of our favorite after school events was Bingo Night! Our PTA went above and beyond to make this night fun, full of prizes, concessions, and entertainment! 

Prior to Bingo Night, many families joined us in the library for a Parent Education Workshop about establishing healthy routines at home. The presenters made each and every one of the parent participants feel welcomed and valued as they asked questions and gave suggestions. We are thrilled to be able to continue these workshops for our families again next year. More information to come! We are thankful for all of our families and what they bring to the Villa. In light of that premise, we were able to honor our military children on the news this week. Thanks to all who serve!

Lastly, a few staff members attended a Portrait of a Graduate exhibition within our region and came back with many ideas to implement next year. Portrait of a Graduate has been around for a decade! Below you will find the five key attributes that we aim to achieve in our classrooms. We hope you have a great weekend! 

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Principal

2.🌏Get2Green Week 

Earth Week Resources for Schools: Get2Green is hosting FCPS Earth Week from Monday, April 22, to Friday, April 26. Check the Get2Green Earth Week webpage for Earth Week spirit days and other activities for students of all ages. 

Fairfax County Park Authority's Earth Day Festival will be held Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Sully Historic Site. The festival will include earth and nature-focused programs, scavenger hunts, and other activities.

3.Yearbook Orders Due May 1st

Order your yearbook now by May 1st! Head to this yearbook site and enter the code 0037019YB.

4.Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener Results 

FCPS students in grades 3-12 took the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener during March, providing updated information on skills such as achieving goals, understanding and managing emotions, establishing and maintaining relationships with adults and peers, and making responsible decisions. The SEL Screener also helps students evaluate their school community’s efforts to make them feel valued, included, and supported. 

In late April, individual student SEL Screener results will be available for families in the Documents section of SIS ParentVUE. For families who do not have an active ParentVUE account, results will be sent via postal mail. 

Get more information about the screener on the Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener webpage. For support in understanding your individual student’s results or ideas on how to support them at home, please review the Family Guide or contact your student’s homeroom teacher or our school counselor, Virginia Kim.

5.Student Intention Form for SY 2024-2025

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year. Please fill out the Student Intention form for next school year (2024-2025). Hard copies of the form can be made available and picked up in the Fairfax Villa main office.

If you have any questions, please call 703-267-2800 or email [email protected].

6.Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) School Health Services Internal Survey

The Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) employs school health aides and public health nurses who provide school health services to the students in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS).

To determine the quality of these services, a survey has been developed by the FCHD to be shared with all parents or guardians of FCPS students. Parents/guardians will be asked for feedback on the level of satisfaction with School Health services provided to the school community. The survey will be distributed electronically via FCPS This Week. The survey window is April 15 - April 26, 2024. Survey link: www.redcap.link/FCHDSchoolHealthSurvey.

Survey results will provide a basis for quality improvement of School Health services. The data-driven process is in alignment with the FCPS Strategic planning process, and the survey results will contribute positively to the FCPS Strategic Plan that reflects a shared consensus among stakeholders.

7.Take Your Child to Work Day Guidance

We have received a few questions regarding if absences for Take Your Child to Work Day (April 25, 2024) will be excused.  It is an instructional day at Fairfax Villa.  You will be responsible for making sure your child makes up any missed assignments.  We know it can be a valuable learning experience to observe what different careers and jobs entail.  If you do decide to have your child participate in Take Your Child to Work Day we ask that you have your child compose a summary of what they observed and learned that day using any combination of pictures, drawings and writing and submit to share with the class and/or Mrs. Larsen & Mrs. Sobeski by May 6th.  Be sure to report the absence using our regular procedures and indicate it will be for Take Your Child to Work Day.  The absence will be marked as an excused absence.  If you have any questions, please contact our Interim Assistant Principal, Carol Larsen ([email protected]).

8.April is The Month of Military Child

On 4/24, make sure to thank a military service member for their service.

Wear RED every Friday in April

9.Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776: America's Award Winning Musical

1776 is a political drama based on events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  It follows the efforts of John Adams as he persuades delegates from other states to vote for American Independence.  The show is based on the book by Peter Stone. This is recommended for grades 5 and up.

Click this link to purchase tickets  Show dates: April 26th-27th and May 3rd-4th

10.⏰ Community Forums on Middle School Start Times- Virtual Date Added!

FCPS is exploring options for adjusting middle school start times and invites the public to be part of the process. All forums will deliver the same presentation and provide the same feedback opportunities. Register for an in-person forum by clicking on one of the following dates: 

A virtual forum will be held on Monday, May 13, 6:30-8 p.m. That registration link will be available soon.

While registration is not required, it does help with planning. Language interpretation and childcare will be provided. Learn more about the project exploring middle school start times.  

11.Register Today For The FCPS Family Summit

Registration is open for the FCPS Family Summit, which will take place on Saturday, April 20, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., at Marshall High School. The conference will cover topics that are helpful for all families, such as social-emotional resources, along with a specially curated online component to provide support for students with disabilities and their families.

Some of the topics include raising resilient, independent children; forming meaningful connections with children; addressing big emotions; and the dangers of opioids and fentanyl. The theme — Safe, Supported, and Included — aligns with Goal 2 of FCPS’ 2023-30 Strategic Plan

12.☀️🎭🎶 FCPS SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Don’t miss out on this summer’s most exciting arts enrichment program! At Elementary Institute for the Arts (E-IFTA), students take art, music, theater, and dance classes daily. E-IFTA is for current second through fifth grade students. Learn more on the E-IFTA webpage. Email [email protected] with any questions. Spanish:Campamento Artístico de Verano¡No te pierdas el programa de enriquecimiento artístico más divertido de este verano!  En el Instituto Elemental para las Artes (E-IFTA), los estudiantes toman clases de arte, música, teatro y baile  todos los días. E-IFTA es para estudiantes de segundo a quinto grado. Más información en la página web de E-IFTA. Envíe un correo electrónico a [email protected] con cualquier pregunta.

13.Kindergarten and New Student Registration / Kindergarten Orientation

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

RSVP Kindergarten Orientation

If your child will attend Fairfax Villa Kindergarten in 2024-2025, please RSVP for the Fairfax Villa Kinder Orientation on May 3rd at 2PM.*

14.Important Upcoming Dates

5/1:  First & Second Grade Performance 7pm

5/3: Teacher Workday

5/3: Kindergarten Orientation 2pm

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/5: Sixth Grade Showcase Evening Performance at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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Fairfax Villa Yearbook - Online orders due by May 1st

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Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 4/12/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) School Health Services Internal Survey
  3. Group and Candid Picture Day - April 17th
  4. Information about Take Your Child to Work Day Guidance
  5. April is The Month of Military Child 
  6. Woodson Fine Arts Department Art Shows
  7. Woodson Mattress Sale
  8. Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776
  9. Get2Green Week
  10. Middle School Start Times Community Forums
  11. Register Today For The FCPS Family Summit
  12. Advanced Academics Program Newsletter
  13. 2024-2025 Registration
  14. Important Upcoming Dates

Students and staff enjoyed the solar eclipse! It was so nice to experience this rare event as a school!

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

This week we got a chance to observe the solar eclipse as a school. It was a great experience of gathering outside all at once to look up at the sky with our eclipse glasses and view the total eclipse as an entire school community! Thanks to everyone who made that possible! In addition, the GMU MEGLteam (Mason Experimental Geometry Lab) hosted a hands-on math experience with first and second grade students. We are excited about this partnership and all of the possibilities moving forward. 

We have some updates from the Language Arts world. We want you to be aware of a literacy instruction resource to support your child. We have transformed our literacy instruction to be evidence-based and aligned with reading science, children in grades K-3 are engaging in direct, explicit, systematic phonics instruction. You may see “UFLI At-Home” sheets coming home with your students and these are meant to reinforce and support your child’s learning at home.  UFLI stands for the University of Florida Literacy Institute which has created materials approved by the Virginia Department of Education to support our literacy instruction. In order to understand how to use the sheet, we have videos that can support you. 

We have instructions on how to do UFLI At-Home with your child. These videos teach parents how to use the UFLI At-Home sheet for each lesson. You can find these videos in Spanish, English, Vietnamese, Chinese, French, and Arabic. Thank you Nicole, Jingwen, and Maha for recording these videos for our parents! Have a great weekend!

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Principal

2.Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) School Health Services Internal Survey

The Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) employs school health aides and public health nurses who provide school health services to the students in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS).

To determine the quality of these services, a survey has been developed by the FCHD to be shared with all parents or guardians of FCPS students. Parents/guardians will be asked for feedback on the level of satisfaction with School Health services provided to the school community. The survey will be distributed electronically via FCPS This Week. The survey window is April 15 - April 26, 2024. Survey link: www.redcap.link/FCHDSchoolHealthSurvey.

Survey results will provide a basis for quality improvement of School Health services. The data-driven process is in alignment with the FCPS Strategic planning process, and the survey results will contribute positively to the FCPS Strategic Plan that reflects a shared consensus among stakeholders.

3.Group and Candid Picture Day - April 17th

Our photographers will be on site April 17th to take photos of our student club/groups (band, string, chorus, Get2Green, patrols, Positivity Project, etc) and candid photos in the classrooms.  They will also take a panoramic picture of the sixth graders.  

Sixth graders worked on their art project: “What would you like to see in the community?”

4.Information about Take Your Child to Work Day April 25

We have received a few questions regarding if absences for Take Your Child to Work Day (April 25, 2024) will be excused.  It is an instructional day at Fairfax Villa.  You will be responsible for making sure your child makes up any missed assignments.  We know it can be a valuable learning experience to observe what different careers and jobs entail.  If you do decide to have your child participate in Take Your Child to Work Day we ask that you have your child compose a summary of what they observed and learned that day using any combination of pictures, drawings and writing and submit to share with the class and/or Mrs. Larsen & Mrs. Sobeski by May 6th.  Be sure to report the absence using our regular procedures and indicate it will be for Take Your Child to Work Day.  The absence will be marked as an excused absence.  If you have any questions, please contact our Interim Assistant Principal, Carol Larsen ([email protected]).

5.April is The Month of Military Child

On April 17th we will wear purple in honor of our military connected families. Please wear red for every Friday left in the month of April to remember everyone deployed.

Sixth graders worked on their art project: “What would you like to see in the community?”

6.Woodson Fine Arts Department Shows

The Pyramid Art Show, which includes work from our elementary, middle, and high school students, opens on Tuesday, April 16. We will have a reception from 6-8pm in Cav Hall. Come on by to see what our K-11 artists have created this year!

On Thursday, April 18 from 6-8pm we will be celebrating our senior students at the Senior Art Show - our seniors’ culminating shows! Our upper-level senior artists have curated collections of their finest works and are looking forward to sharing this work with their families, friends, and community. We are so proud of our students and excited for them to have this special opportunity to share their work. 

In between enjoying the artwork at both shows, visitors can bring home small, student-made artworks that will be for sale and bid on our famous hand-painted furniture.

 Our students have worked so hard to hone their art-making skills and create these works. They (and we!) would be so honored to welcome you to one (or both!) of these events.

7.Mattress Sale Benefitting Woodson Football

On April 20, 2024 from 10am to 4pm you can come by the main gym at Woodson HS to order and try out over 40 beds on display!

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8.Woodson HS Theatre Production of 1776: America's Award Winning Musical

1776 is a political drama based on events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.  It follows the efforts of John Adams as he persuades delegates from other states to vote for American Independence.  The show is based on the book by Peter Stone. This is recommended for grades 5 and up.

Click this link to purchase tickets  Show dates: April 26th-27th and May 3rd-4th

9.🌏Get2Green Week

Earth Week Resources for Schools: Get2Green is hosting FCPS Earth Week from Monday, April 22, to Friday, April 26. Check the Get2Green Earth Week webpage for Earth Week spirit days and other activities for students of all ages. 

Fairfax County Park Authority's Earth Day Festival will be held Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Sully Historic Site. The festival will include earth and nature-focused programs, scavenger hunts, and other activities.

10.⏰ Middle School Start Times Community Forums

Fairfax County Public Schools is exploring options for adjusting middle school start times and invites the public to be part of the process. All forums will deliver the same presentation and provide the same feedback opportunities. Please attend the event that works best for your schedule: 

Registration is not required but does help with planning. Click one of the dates above to register. Language interpretation and childcare will be provided. Learn more about the project exploring middle school start times.  

11.Register Today For The FCPS Family Summit

Registration is open for the FCPS Family Summit, which will take place on Saturday, April 20, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., at Marshall High School. The conference will cover topics that are helpful for all families, such as social-emotional resources, along with a specially curated online component to provide support for students with disabilities and their families.

Some of the topics include raising resilient, independent children; forming meaningful connections with children; addressing big emotions; and the dangers of opioids and fentanyl. The theme — Safe, Supported, and Included — aligns with Goal 2 of FCPS’ 2023-30 Strategic Plan

12.Advanced Academics Program Newsletter

Please click here to view the FCPS Spring Advanced Academics Program Newsletter.  In it you will find information about screening for Advanced Academics Service levels 2-4.

 Arabic | Chinese | English | Korean | Spanish | Urdu | Vietnamese

13.Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

14.Important Upcoming Dates

4/12: PTA Bingo Night

4/16: Grade 5 IRW Test

4/17: 3rd Quarter Progress Reports Go Home

5/1:  First & Second Grade Performance 7pm

5/3: Teacher Workday

5/3: Kindergarten Orientation 2pm

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/6: Grade 6 Showcase at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony (10:30-11:30am) 

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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🐲 April 12th Events at the Villa 🐉 Parent Education Program & Bingo Night 🟡🟠🟣

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📆 April 12th Events at the Villa 📆 1. Parent Education Program

Please join us in the library on April 12th from 5:30-6:30pm to attend the Importance of Establishing Nurturing Routines workshop presented by the Fairfax County Department of Family Services - Parent Education.

Kindly RSVP by April 11th for a headcount here, as pizza will be graciously provided by our PTA.

🔴🔵🟢 2. PTA Bingo Night 🟡🟠🟣

Then, from 6:30-8pm, join us in the cafeteria for the free PTA Bingo event. Concessions & raffle tickets will be available for purchase. Please bring cash in smaller bills if your family would like to make a purchase.

Teamwork makes the dream work! Sign up to volunteer at https://tinyurl.com/villabingonight2024!

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Reminder: No School - Wednesday, April 10th

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Reminder: No School - Wednesday, April 10th

Tuesday, April 9, has been designated as a half-O day. Half-O days are full school days, but important events will not be held after school on those days.

All schools and offices will be closed on Wednesday, April 10th, for the Eid al-Fitr holiday. Learn more about Eid al Fitr at Britannica.com. Classes will resume on Thursday, April 11th.

See the complete school year calendar.

Be Informed; Stay Involved!

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Fairfax Villa Weekly Message 4/5/2024

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Solar Eclipse Viewing April 8th- Updated
  3. Meet Our New Family Liaison
  4. Advanced Academics Program Newsletter
  5. Notice of Testing Grades 1-6
  6. April 12th Events: Parent Education Program and PTA Bingo Night
  7. Dress Code Reminder
  8. AM Kiss and Ride Reminders
  9. Mattress Sale Benefitting Woodson Football

  10. 2024-2025 Registration

Sixth graders working on their Rube Goldberg projects with Mrs. Wilkins.

1.Principal’s Message  

Dear Families,

What a wonderful week we have had getting back into routines. Our staff participated in a variety of professional development activities. On Tuesday, teachers started looking at the Basal reader and the new math standards that will be implemented next year. 

On Friday, Mrs. Larsen and I met with all the students during their lunch to review our school wide expectations to end the year strong. One of the things we highlighted is the importance of handling and caring for our technology equipment in a safe and careful manner. We appreciate your efforts in reminding your child of the expectation. 

Thank you so much to the PTA for all that they do! Recently they helped us fund a new color copier. We are so excited to create some visuals for our students. In addition they have supported our spring field trips by assisting with transportation costs. We are ready to get out and have some fun with hands-on learning experiences that extend our curriculum. If you see a PTA member, please reach out and thank them. 

Thank you for all you do to support your child’s learning. 

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Principal

2.☀️Solar Eclipse Viewing April 8- Updated

A solar eclipse is happening on April 8, 2024. It's a rare and exciting astronomical phenomenon and one that requires important safety reminders.

A Fairfax Villa parent, Ms. Jessie Crain, works for the National Science Foundation and donated approved protective eyewear for our entire school! Thank you for your donation! If you have concerns about your child participating in this activity with their class, please contact your child’s teacher directly and we will make alternate arrangements.

Here are some important reminders:

  • Don't look at the sun without approved eyewear. This applies to students and staff, and we encourage you to reinforce it at home. 
  • Eclipse timing: The eclipse starts around 2:04 p.m., peaks at 3:20 p.m. (which coincides with dismissal for some students), and ends around 4:32 p.m. If you have concerns about your child walking or riding the bus home, please arrange for alternative transportation.

For more details, visit the FCPS Solar Eclipse webpage.

3.Meet Our New Family Liaison

We are excited to welcome Whitney Villanueva as our new Family Liaison.  She can be reached at [email protected].  Here is a message from Whitney: I'm Whitney Villanueva, and I'm excited to be part of our school community. As a first-generation American with roots from Honduras and the Caribbean, I have a unique perspective on things. With three years of community service under my belt, I'm no stranger to lending a hand and providing resources where they're needed most.  Having grown up right here, I've seen the challenges our community faces firsthand but I'm eager to help make a difference. Plus, being bilingual in Spanish and English means I can connect with even more people.

4.Advanced Academics Program Newsletter

Please click here to view the FCPS Spring Advanced Academics Program Newsletter.  In it you will find information about screening for Advanced Academics Service levels 2-4.

 Arabic | Chinese | English | Korean | Spanish | Urdu | Vietnamese

5.Notice of Testing in Grades 1-6

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) adopted iReady assessments as an academic universal screener for all elementary school students in grades 1-6. In addition to the iReady assessment, all elementary school students in grades 1-6 complete the Developmental Spelling Analysis (DSA). 

The purpose of iReady assessments is to identify students who may have gaps in foundational literacy and mathematics skills. iReady tests are also used to measure student progress in reading and mathematics skills. The purpose of the DSA is to measure the development of spelling skills.

The iReady assessment includes a reading test and a mathematics test. In grades 1-3, teachers also assess students’ oral reading fluency to fulfill state testing requirements. Based on test results, some students may require additional assessments to further diagnose specific skills that may need support. 

All students complete iReady and DSA in fall and spring each year. Depending on fall performance, a student may take an assessment again in the winter. iReady and DSA are delivered within the classroom instructional block. Schools set the specific dates for testing in each class. Your student’s teacher or the school test coordinator will share the specific dates scheduled for testing. You can find information about general timing of iReady and DSA testing on the grade level tests webpage (https://www.fcps.edu/student-assessment/grade-level-tests). 

Additional information can be found at the iReady Universal Screener webpage (https://www.fcps.edu/us). If you have further questions about these assessments, please contact your student’s teacher or the school test coordinator (Ms. Hachwi [email protected]).

6.April 12th Events: Parent Education Program and PTA Bingo Night Parent Education Program

Please join us in the library on April 12th from 5:30-6:30pm to attend the Importance of Establishing Nurturing Routines workshop presented by the Fairfax County Department of Family Services - Parent Education.

Kindly RSVP by April 11th for a headcount here, as pizza will be graciously provided by our PTA.

PTA Bingo Night

Then, from 6:30-8pm, join us in the cafeteria for the free PTA Bingo event. Concessions & raffle tickets will be available for purchase. Please bring cash in smaller bills if your family would like to make a purchase.

Teamwork makes the dream work! Sign up to volunteer at https://tinyurl.com/villabingonight2024!

7.Dress Code Reminder

As the weather warms up, we want to remind all families that students should be dressed comfortably and appropriately for school. Our temperatures can fluctuate in the building, so it is always advised to be dressed in layers. As specified in the Student Rights and Responsibilities, students must wear clothing that does not expose genitalia, chest or buttocks or expose underwear or undergarments. Clothing may not depict or promote illegal, violent, or lewd conduct, or depict or promote the unlawful possession or use of weapons, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, drug paraphernalia, or other controlled substances. Students should be able to move comfortably and engage in all school activities including physical education and recess in the clothing they are wearing. For further information, please refer to the Student Rights and Responsibilities  https://www.fcps.edu/srr and the FCPS regulation pertaining to dress code specifically (2613.12).

8.AM Kiss and Ride Reminders

A few reminders regarding Kiss and Ride Procedures. For further information, please refer to the Fairfax Villa Parent Handbook: https://fairfaxvillaes.fcps.edu/resources/parent-handbook

    • Drop off begins at 9:00 A.M.  Door closes at 9:12 A.M. Students are to be in their seats ready for instruction at 9:15 A.M.
    • Do not leave your child if there is no staff member present at Kiss and Ride. You must line up and wait at the starting location until a staff member is in position at Kiss and Ride to receive your child. Otherwise, this creates a dangerous situation where your child is roaming the school grounds unsupervised. There are no exceptions.
  • Parents arriving after 9:15 A.M. must park in the side parking lot due to buses continuing through the front loop and escort students to the main office to be signed in by a parent.
9.Mattress Sale Benefitting Woodson Football

On April 20, 2024 from 10am to 4pm you can come by the main gym at Woodson HS to order and try out over 40 beds on display!

10.Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

11.Important Upcoming Dates

4/10: Student Holiday

4/11: Spring Chorus Concert 7pm

4/12: PTA Bingo Night

4/16: Grade 5 IRW Test

4/17: 3rd Quarter Progress Reports Go Home

5/1:  First & Second Grade Performance 7pm

5/3: Teacher Workday

5/3: Kindergarten Orientation 2pm

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/6: Grade 6 Showcase at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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IN THIS ISSUE
  1. Principal’s Message
  2. Principal Selection Advisory Panel 
  3. Spring Break Reminder
  4. Updated COVID Recommendations
  5. Dress Code Reminder
  6. Solar Eclipse April 8
  7. AM Kiss and Ride Reminders
  8. Summer Camp Information
  9. SOL Testing Dates
  10. Ramadan Photos for Bulletin Board
  11. Family Engagement Survey - Deadline Extended (April 3)
  12. 2024-2025 Registration
  13. Important Upcoming Dates

Staff was surprised with a St. Patrick’s day luncheon!

1.Principal’s Message  

I hope you all have a wonderful spring break and are able to get some rest, relaxation, and time outside.  We have a very busy spring ahead when we return filled with lots of activities to celebrate the progress of our students this year.  Please note the dates for SOL testing below for students in grades 3-6 and do your best to schedule appointments and absences around these dates.  Most of our spring concerts and activities are also listed on the dates at the end of this message. We will continue to update this list weekly - please keep checking each week!

Please note our school office will be closed over spring break. Staff will respond to any messages sent when they return from spring break on April 1st. 

Have a wonderful break!

Sincerely,

Shelia Sobeski

Principal

Our students are working in small math groups with our High Impact Math Tutor!

2.Principal Selection Advisory Panel

The Fairfax Villa Elementary School Principal Advisory panel will be held on Thursday, April 4, 2024. If you are interested in serving as a panelist, please complete this form by March 22, 2024. Staff and community members selected to be panelists or alternates for this panel will be contacted by the Human Resources department overseeing this process. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Region 5 Office.

3.Spring Break March 25-29th

This year, spring break is March 25-29. We will be eager to welcome your children back to school on Wednesday, April 3, after two teacher work days. Student attendance is very important. Every day, our teachers will be teaching, and students will be learning. Studies have shown that just two absences per month can cause students to fall behind. Let’s finish this school year strong. Visit FCPS’ website for attendance resources

The Fairfax Villa Office will be closed March 25-29th and will reopen on April 1.  If you need immediate assistance during March 25-29th please contact Mrs. Sobeski: [email protected].

4.🤧 Updated COVID Recommendations

In accordance with the updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) respiratory virus guidance, FCPS and the Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) have updated school COVID-19 recommendations.

The COVID-19 isolation period of five days is no longer recommended

New respiratory virus guidance applies to respiratory viral illnesses, including COVID-19, influenza, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Students who have symptoms of, test positive for, or have been diagnosed with a respiratory virus may return to school when the student is fever-free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication; AND the student’s symptoms have improved or resolved. 

Students should follow additional precautions as outlined per the CDC upon resumption of normal activities. 

Should I Send My Child to School?

Please refer to the chart on this attendance webpage if your child is experiencing symptoms or illnesses, and you are unsure if they should go to school. 

Thank you for helping keep our students and staff healthy.

5.Dress Code Reminder

As the weather warms up, we want to remind all families that students should be dressed comfortably and appropriately for school.  Our temperatures can fluctuate in the building, so it is always advised to be dressed in layers.  As specified in the Student Rights and Responsibilities, students must wear clothing that does not expose genitalia, chest or buttocks or expose underwear or undergarments. Clothing may not depict or promote illegal, violent, or lewd conduct, or depict or promote the unlawful possession or use of weapons, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, drug paraphernalia, or other controlled substances. Students should be able to move comfortably and engage in all school activities including physical education and recess in the clothing they are wearing. For further information, please refer to the Student Rights and Responsibilities  https://www.fcps.edu/srr and the FCPS regulation pertaining to dress code specifically (2613.12).

6.☀️ Safely View the Total Solar Eclipse April 8 

A total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, April 8, and will be viewable, depending on weather, in Fairfax County. The eclipse will begin in our area around 2:04 p.m. and end around 4:32 p.m., with the maximum eclipse occurring around 3:20 p.m.  

Because the timing overlaps with dismissal, it is crucial that students understand the importance of safe viewing practices. We encourage families to review these Solar Eclipse Resources, especially the eye safety information. We hope everyone takes the opportunity to learn more about this extraordinary natural phenomenon while prioritizing safe solar viewing.

Here are our Pi Day winners! Pi is used to find the circumference of a circle. Ben Sidki was able to name the most digits of Pi! Congrats sixth grade.

7.AM Kiss and Ride Reminders

A few reminders regarding Kiss and Ride Procedures. For further information, please refer to the Fairfax Villa Parent Handbook: https://fairfaxvillaes.fcps.edu/resources/parent-handbook

    • Drop off begins at 9:00 A.M.  Door closes at 9:12 A.M. Students are to be in their seats ready for instruction at 9:15 A.M.
    • Do not leave your child if there is no staff member present at Kiss and Ride. You must line up and wait at the starting location until a staff member is in position at Kiss and Ride to receive your child. Otherwise, this creates a dangerous situation where your child is roaming the school grounds unsupervised. There are no exceptions.
  • Parents arriving after 9:12 A.M. must park in the side parking lot due to buses continuing through the front loop and escort students to the main office to be signed in by a parent.
8.🥁 Summer Camps and Learning Programs

Have you made summer plans for your child yet? Are you looking for a summer camp for your child with special needs?

The Family Resource Center has compiled information on summer camps including local options, camps for students with special needs (sorted by need), and camps for students experiencing grief or who have parents in the military. 

⛱️ Summer Camp for Middle Schoolers 

All rising middle schoolers are invited to attend a summer of fun and leisure with VIP Camp. VIP Camp — which takes place Monday, July 1, to Thursday, August 1 — is designed to encourage teens to develop healthy and positive recreation interests and features a wide variety of leisure activities and programs. 

Registration is open. VIP Camp costs $100 to attend. Reach out to your school's after-school specialist for scholarship availability due to financial hardship. This camp is sponsored by Fairfax County Public Schools and Fairfax County’s Department of Neighborhood and Community Services.

9.SOL Testing Dates

Spring testing is just around the corner. Students in grades 3-6 participate in the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) assessments. Here are the specific dates and times we will be testing here at Fairfax Villa.  Please try to avoid absences on these dates.  If you know your child will be absent, please reach out to our Test Coordinator, Carol Larsen ([email protected]) to make arrangements for a make-up test. All initial testing attempts must be completed by Friday, May 24th. These dates will also be included in the calendar below from here on. *Note that on the fifth grade test dates, fifth and sixth grades will switch lunch and specials times to accommodate the fifth grade tests.

10.Ramadan Photos for Bulletin Board

Ramadan Mubarak! To mark the month of Ramadan, observed by many of our students, some of our 6th grade students are creating a bulletin board to celebrate and share their Ramadan traditions. If your family observes Ramadan, we invite you to send in a photo that represents your own Ramadan traditions and celebrations. Please put your student’s name and teacher on the back of the photo so we can return it later.

Please note: As a new part of our diversity learning and growth at Fairfax Villa, we are featuring holidays from different cultures throughout the year. Although we would like to feature every holiday all our cultures celebrate, our goal is for every student to see at least one holiday that they observe featured during the year. 

11.Family Engagement Survey - Deadline Extended (April 3)

The Family Engagement Survey now closes on Wednesday, April 3rd! This is your chance to provide feedback about your school's welcoming environment, communication, volunteer opportunities, and more: https://bit.ly/FESURVEY2024

TAKE THE SURVEY!

Visit the Family Engagement Survey webpage for more information.

12.Kindergarten and New Student Registration

If you have an unregistered child who will attend Fairfax Villa Elementary next school year, please complete the online intake form to plan accurate class sizes/staffing for next year.

📢Please spread the word to your neighbors who will have children attending Fairfax Villa ES.📢

If you have any questions, please contact Silvia Dossmann at [email protected].

13.Important Upcoming Dates

3/25 - 3/29:  Spring Break

4/1: Teacher Workday

4/2: Staff Development Day- Student Holiday

4/4: Zoom PTA Meeting #6

4/10: Student Holiday

4/11: Spring Chorus Concert 7pm

4/12: PTA Bingo Night

4/16: Grade 5 IRW Test

4/17: 3rd Quarter Progress Reports Go Home

5/1:  First & Second Grade Performance 7pm

5/3: Teacher Workday

5/3: Kindergarten Orientation 2pm

5/7: Grade 5 Reading SOL Test

5/8: Grades 3 & 6 Reading SOL Test

5/8: 4th Quarter Interims Go Home To Select Students

5/9: Grade 4 Reading SOL Test

5/14: Grade 5 Math SOL Test

5/15: Grades 3 & 6 Math SOL Tests

5/16: Grade 4 Math SOL Test

5/21: Grade 5 Science SOL Test

5/23: Strings Evening Performance at 7pm 

5/27:  Student Holiday

5/29: Springs Band Concert at 7pm

6/6: Grade 6 Showcase at 7pm

6/7:  Field Day

6/11:  6th Grade Luncheon

6/12:  6th Grade Promotion Ceremony

6/12: End of Year Progress Reports Go Home

6/12: Last Day of School - 2hr Early Release

Frequently Visited Links and Important Fairfax Villa Contacts

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

Fairfax Villa Contacts Page 

2023-2024 School Year 

Sign up for News You Choose 

Join the Fairfax Villa PTA

Report Your Child’s Absence 

Visit the Fairfax Villa Website

Substitute Teaching Opportunities

Monitor your student's academics with a SIS Pare+nt Account

Recognize an FCPS Employee at FCPS Cares

Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information

Parent Handbook

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Final Call for Lost and Found pick up!

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Final Call for Lost and Found pick up!

Please take a look at items below! If you see an item that belongs to you, feel free to stop by the school between 9:15am-4:30pm.

Unclaimed items will be donated at the end of the day on Friday, March 22nd. Be Informed; Stay Involved!

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