Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (SAPS) Introduction

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Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (SAPS) Introduction

Each school pyramid has a Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (SAPS) assigned to provide substance abuse prevention, education, and intervention services. Substance Abuse Prevention Specialists are part of the FCPS Office of Student Safety and Wellness.

Key roles of a Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist:

  • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug education for students, parents, and the Fairfax County Community
  • Intervention services upon violation of the Student Rights and Responsibilities handbook or suspected substance use involvement
  • Assessing a student’s level of substance use and, if appropriate, making referrals to the Fairfax Community Service Board for additional services or other community resources as appropriate
  • Group and individual prevention services for students, staff, parents, and the Fairfax County community
  • Most importantly, building positive relationships with students to provide support and encouragement

Resources:

Free Virtual Parent Support Group

Free Online Narcan Training for Opioid Overdoses

Free Lock Boxes for Medications & Firearms

Spiritual Support by Phone for Adults

Spanish Podcast: Tips on How Parents Play an Important Role in Substance Abuse Prevention

Juvenile Court Parent Support Group

For general questions about the FCPS Substance Abuse Prevention Program, please contact the Office of Student Safety & Wellness at: (571) 423-4270.

For further Information & support:

              Dawn Brower, CSACA, NCACI, ADS

              Region 4 Centreville Pyramid

              Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist

              [email protected] 

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C'ville School News 09-09-2022

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C'ville School News 09-09-2022

 

Message from the Principal

The opening of the school year has been very positive with great energy and excitement.  We had a wonderful time seeing many of our families at both the Wildcat Welcome and Back to School Night.  It is invigorating to have an increased sense of school community following the challenging pandemic years.  We will continue to partner with families to ensure that everyone feels connected, supported, and welcomed as part of our Wildcat family.  We look forward to seeing you at our activities throughout the fall!

 

Late Buses to begin on Monday, 9/12

There will be two late buses per week on Mondays and Thursdays for students who are staying after school for additional help with teachers or attending clubs or activities.  Late buses will begin on Monday, 9/12 and Thursday, 9/15. The student will need a bus pass from the sponsor that they are staying after school with in order to ride the bus. There are only a limited number of late buses, so be sure your student is aware that it  will be a different bus number then their normal bus route.  Bus schedules will be posted and available in the main office. Late buses usually depart the school around 4:40.

 

Underclass Pictures

Pictures for grades 9 - 11 will take place on Sept 29 & 30 through PE and English 11 classes.  Be ready to smile for the camera!

 

Homecoming Week - 10/3 - 10/8

Spirit activities will take place all throughout homecoming week, and more information will be shared soon.  A quick rundown of key events includes:

Student Pep Rally - Oct 7 (during last block of school)

Community Parade and Tailgate - Oct 7; 5pm - 7pm

Homecoming Football Game - Oct 7; 7pm

Homecoming Dance - Oct 8; 8pm - 11pm

 

PSAT/SAT Day

On October 12, students in grades 10 & 11 will take the PSAT.  No registration required.  12th grade students will have the option to take the SAT that day as well, and information was already sent to senior students and parents.  9th grade students will not report to school on Oct 12.  There will be a two hour early release on this day.

 

Community Dialogue with Dr. Reid

Please save the date for a very special event! Dr. Michelle Reid, FCPS superintendent, will host a Community Conversation at CVHS on Oct 18, 6:30-7:30 p.m. This event will be a unique opportunity to help Dr. Reid get to know our school community and learn more about her vision for our district.   This evening aligns with the Oct PTSA meeting date, and the PSTA encourages all parents to attend.  Here is the link to register.

 

Order your 2022-2023 Yearbook

2022-2023 yearbooks can be preordered at this link. Senior ads can also be purchased at the same link. 

Senior portraits can be scheduled at this link. If you have any questions about scheduling senior portraits, please reach out to Legacy Studios directly at [email protected] or  800-348-4360.

 

Lunch

Lunches are no longer available for free to all students this year.  Families who may qualify for free or reduced price meals are encouraged to complete an application at this link. Students approved for free & reduced lunch may qualify for additional benefits such as waived or reduced fees for instruments, uniforms, field trips, FCPS class fees. For more information about the school lunch program click here.

Also, for safety reasons, please remind your children that food may NOT be delivered (i.e., DoorDash, Uber Eats) to school grounds.

 

Required Forms and Digital Consent

If you have not done so, please be sure to complete the required return to school forms such as the emergency care form, health information and digital consent forms at this link on the school website.

 

PTSA

Please consider joining the Parent-Teacher-Student Association, attending PTSA meetings, volunteering, and making a donation to support PTSA initiatives.  We rely on our PTSA for valuable input when making decisions, and the work of the PTSA has a tremendous impact on the school.  For more information, please visit the website at https://cvhsptsa.webs.com/.

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Mon., 9/12 – Late Buses begin every Monday and Thursday

Tues., 9/13 - ESOL Family Night - 6:30-8:30 - Cafeteria

Sat., 9/17 - Music Department Tag Day

Mon., 9/26 – Teacher Workday (No Students)

Thurs. & Fri., 9/29 & 30 - Underclass Pictures (9th & 10th-PE; 11th-English)

Tues., 10/4 – Religious Observance - Yom Kippur

Wed., 10/5 - Holiday 

Mon - Sat. - 10/3-8 – Homecoming Week

Mon., 10/10 – Staff Development (No Students)

Wed., 10/12 - PSAT /SAT Testing (see details above)

Wed., 10/12 - Orchestra Concert

Tues., 10/18 - Superintendent Michelle Reid Community Mtg @ CVHS-6:30pm

Mon., 10/24 – Holiday

Fri., 10/28 – 1st Quarter Ends; 2-Hour Early Release

Mon., 10/31 – Teacher Workday (No Students)

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CVHS & Food For Neighbors

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Centreville High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in a county as wealthy as Fairfax, one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.  Studies show that when adolescents are fed positive outcomes include increased enrollment in challenging courses, higher graduation rate, improved mental and physical health, a decrease in disruptive behaviors and increased participation in after-school activities. 

Food For Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via their Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to the students every week through our food pantry.

“A child’s chance for a bright tomorrow starts with getting enough food to eat today” (Feeding America, 2021). We hope you will participate in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months. 

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag. 
  3. Respond to the FFN text survey regarding your availability to leave out a filled Red Bag.
  4. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day, which is Saturday, September 10th. (Collection dates are also listed on the tag.) And don’t worry, they send reminders.
  5. Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to our school food pantry. 

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click here. Check out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

Other service opportunities include Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the Get Involved page to find out more and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a meaningful way for students to get service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ana Alvarez [email protected] (Family Liaison), Robin Thiel-Williamson [email protected] (ESOL Department Chair), Carolina Diaz [email protected] (School Social Worker), or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director).

 

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support! 

Chad Lehman

Principal

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CVHS & Food For Neighbors

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Centreville High School is proud to partner with Food For Neighbors (FFN) to help feed our local students who deal with food insecurity because even in a county as wealthy as Fairfax, one in four kids in our area are struggling with hunger.  Studies show that when adolescents are fed positive outcomes include increased enrollment in challenging courses, higher graduation rate, improved mental and physical health, a decrease in disruptive behaviors and increased participation in after-school activities. 

Food For Neighbors is a local organization addressing this problem by collecting food from our community via their Red Bag Program and donating directly to our local schools. The food is then distributed to the students every week through our food pantry.

“A child’s chance for a bright tomorrow starts with getting enough food to eat today” (Feeding America, 2021). We hope you will participate in the Red Bag food collection program. You can make a difference in a local student’s life by simply adding a few extra items to your shopping cart every 2 months. 

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request a reusable Red Bag here and Food For Neighbors will drop it off at your house.
  2. Fill the Red Bag with food items that are listed on a tag on that bag. 
  3. Respond to the FFN text survey regarding your availability to leave out a filled Red Bag.
  4. Put the Red Bag outside your front door in the morning on the next bag collection day, which is Saturday, September 10th. (Collection dates are also listed on the tag.) And don’t worry, they send reminders.
  5. Your Red Bag will be picked up from your house, the food sorted at a local school and delivered directly to our school food pantry. 

With your help, even more kids can be fed. For more information on the Red Bag program click here. Check out what items FFN collects as they are targeted to ready-made, individually packaged food items that students and teens can eat on-the-go or with little preparation.

Other service opportunities include Driving to pick up filled Red Bags and Sorting the donated food during the Red Bag Day events. Visit the Get Involved page to find out more and to sign up to volunteer in these 2 very important roles. This is a meaningful way for students to get service hours, too.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ana Alvarez [email protected] (Family Liaison), Robin Thiel-Williamson [email protected] (ESOL Department Chair), Carolina Diaz [email protected] (School Social Worker), or Karen Joseph [email protected] (FFN Executive Director).

 

Thanks for helping us provide food to students who need that extra support! 

Chad Lehman

Principal

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CVHS PTSA Virtual Meeting Reminder

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PTSA Virtual Meeting - 8/23

A reminder that our first PTSA meeting of the school year will take place virtually tonight, Tuesday, Aug 23, at 7pm.  The Zoom link to join is below.  The primary purpose of the meeting will be to vote and approve the new board member candidates.  It is important that we have quorum, so please plan to attend!  Our principal, Mr. Lehman, will also join us to help answer any general questions about the start of the school year.  We hope to see you on Zoom!

Link to join - https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/97619463606

 

 

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CVHS PTSA Virtual Meeting

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PTSA Virtual Meeting - 8/23

The first PTSA meeting of the school year will take place virtually on Tuesday, Aug 23, at 7pm.  The Zoom link to join is below.  The primary purpose of the meeting will be to vote and approve the new board member candidates.  It is important that we have quorum, so please plan to attend!  Our principal, Mr. Lehman, will also join us to help answer any general questions about the start of the school year.  We hope to see you on Zoom!

Link to join - https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/97619463606

 

 

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Wildcat Welcome

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Wildcat Welcome 8/17 5-7pm

We are excited to see everyone on Wednesday during the Wildcat Welcome!  It is a great opportunity for you and your student(s) to see what Centreville has to offer.  Take a look at what will be happening!

 

  • Class Schedules will be located in the following areas:
    • Cafeteria - ESOL schedules Levels 1-3
    • 2nd Floor Subschool El – Gat, CAT B
    • Hallway 2A A – Ek
    • Hallway 2B Gau – Ler
    • Hallway 2C Les – Ric
    • Hallway 2D Rid – Z

 

  • Centreville High School clubs and activities will be located in the bus loop in front of the school (items to purchase including spirit wear, food, drinks, memberships and information)

 

  • ParentVue assistance will be available in the library from 5 PM – 6 PM.

 

  • Physical Education uniforms will be sold in the cafeteria

 

  • Drop off medication for your child in the health room

 

  • Join the athletic booster club now for the 2022-2023 school year:

pay by cash/check

pay online

 

  • Purchase athletic booster spirit wear:

athletic booster spirit wear information

 

 

Go Wildcats!!

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Important School Expectations

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Clarifying Expectations

As we look forward to the start of the school year, we want to clarify important information about a few expectations to help ensure a smooth start to the school year for everyone.  The areas below were particularly challenging last school year, so we want to remind everyone of these key expectations.  We appreciate you talking with your students about these rules and partnering with us for a productive and exciting start to the year.  We too will be reviewing and reminding students of these expectations.

Cell Phone Use

In alignment with FCPS Student Rights & Responsibilities (SR&R), we will be implementing our updated schoolwide cell phone policy beginning the 2022-2023 school year.  This policy will be a shift for many students and families, but research shows that managing phone use during class time will support students’ attention and ability to fully engage in their learning. 

Students are no longer permitted to use their cell phones during class time.  Phones must be away.  Phones or headphones are not allowed to be used during instructional time, including ROARwith the following exceptions:

  • Students who need to use the phone to monitor a medical need (glucose levels, for example)
  • Students with a prescribed need as outlined in their IEP or 504 Plan. 
  • Specific teacher-directed academic use, such as using the camera feature in photography class (Note: Listening to music while working is NOT an approved use). Teacher directed use will be limited given that the majority of class assignments can be completed using the student laptop.

Phones may be used by students during their lunch time and during passing times between classes. Once class begins, however, all phones will need to be silenced and put away. 

Teachers may provide students a 5-minute phone break in the classroom one time per block.  These breaks will be offered at the teacher’s discretion. 

The following are not approved exceptions for phone use:

  • Not having a working or charged laptop
  • Listening to music while working in class

If a student has difficulty adhering to this school-wide policy, the following steps will be followed: 

  1. Teacher will remind student of the policy (warning)
  2. Teacher will privately converse with the student about the rule (in the hallway or after class, for example) and communicate with the parent.
  3. Teacher will refer the student to their assigned administrator for further action if the behavior continues.
Back to School Clothing

FCPS describes appropriate school clothing as neat and clean and conforming to standards of safety, good taste, and decency for a K-12 setting. Think of what might be worn to a work setting.  This is different from what is worn on vacation, or when out with friends. This applies to all students. Things to consider when choosing what to wear to school:

  • Does my clothing include any inappropriate language, images, or references to weapons, alcohol, drugs, or illegal activity?
  • Am I sure to avoid any clothing that exposes undergarments, underwear, or private parts?
  • Does the clothing allow excessive skin to show?  For example, does the waistband of the pants/shorts and the shirt meet and touch when arms are down, or is my naval area showing?

Thank you for helping us ensure that students are dressed appropriately for the educational environment.

Food Deliveries

Ordering from a food delivery service during school is not allowed.  If the student forgot their lunch, parents or guardians can bring lunch and drop it off in the main office. Students may also purchase lunch in the cafeteria.  Students are not allowed to leave campus during lunch.  When ordering food, students will often have a delivery driver come to an entrance other than Door 1, which compromises the safety of the entire school. Our office staff does not have the time to accept and manage food deliveries and will not open the doors for Uber Eats, GrubHub or any other service. 

Attendance

Attendance concerns have significantly increased following the pandemic, and we want to make sure all of our students are successful.  Attendance and punctuality are critical to student success in the classroom, and absences add up over the course of the year.  Being present in school for all classes is of utmost importance, unless the student is sick or out for another excused reason.  Missed days and late arrival can lead to stress on students who must make up the coursework on their own. Tips for encouraging school attendance can be found here.

Students should be in school by 8:00am with the first class starting promptly at 8:10.  Traffic is heavy on school mornings, and students must plan ahead for the extra time.

Please seek to avoid vacations during school days when possible. Time is set aside during the school year for travel including winter break, spring break, and several student holidays scattered throughout the year. 

CVHS attendance expectations and reporting procedures can be found on our school website here.

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CVHS Staffing Update

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CVHS Staffing Update

Wildcat Families,

Given the challenges you may be hearing about teacher shortages, I wanted to update you specifically about CVHS.  We have been working hard throughout the spring and summer to fill our teaching vacancies during this challenging staffing time.  We know the importance of having a qualified teacher in the classroom!  Fortunately, we have been able to fill all but two of our teaching vacancies.  We still have a vacancy for a technology education teacher and a vacancy for a multiple disabilities teacher in our special education program.  We have substitutes and a coverage plan for the vacancies; however, we are still looking to hire a teacher for those two positions.  

If you have a background in science, engineering, or STEM and are interested in teaching, please email Mr. Parker at [email protected]  If you are interested in learning more about teaching special education, please email Mr. Campbell at [email protected]  Learn more about FCPS contracted teacher residency opportunities here.

There are some remaining shortages across the county in a variety of support positions such as food service and bus drivers.  We anticipate these shortages will have some impact on CVHS.  If you are interested in applying for a position go here.

We prioritize finding great people to work in our school, and we are fortunate to have a wonderful staff at CVHS.  We appreciate your support as we welcome our students back to school!

Chad Lehman

Principal

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Wildcat Welcome

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Wildcat Welcome

A reminder that our Wildcat Welcome open house event takes place this week on Wednesday, August 17, from 5:00-7:00.  Students and families will have the opportunity to get your class schedule, walk the building, explore all the clubs and activities that CVHS has to offer, and a host of other fun activities.  We hope to see you there!

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CVHS Key Dates & Sub-school Assignments

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Important Dates

Aug 9 - Bus schedules available through your SIS ParentVue account, you can see your transportation assignments and intent on the “Student Info” tab

Aug 17 – Wildcat Welcome – 5pm-7pm – Open house at CVHS.  Student schedules available at Wildcat Welcome.

Aug 18 - Student schedules available in SIS student and parent VUE

Aug 19 – Freshman & New Student Orientation - 8:30am-11:00am. Students will follow their schedule and meet their teachers.  More information will be sent about bus transportation.

Aug 22 – First Day of School – School hours are 8:10am – 2:55pm

Aug 23 - Virtual PTSA Meeting - 7:00pm - link shared soon

Aug 31 -  Back to School Night - 7:00pm.  There will also be a meeting for parents of seniors (class of 2023) at 6:00pm in the auditorium preceding Back to School Night.

Sub-school Assignments

The updated student, counselor, and administrative sub-school assignments by last name can be seen below.  This information will soon be updated on the school website as well.  You will note some adjustments to the alpha ranges due to the retirement of Ms. Schneider and the hiring of a new assistant principal, Ms. Florio.  There is also balancing of caseloads that occurs each year.  We recognize there will be some transitions in the short term; however, the adjustments are made to more effectively provide services.  Counselors and admin team members will work closely together to ensure a smooth transition.

Registering for SIS ParentVUE

It is important that parents and students are able to access your SIS account.  The Student Information System (SIS) supports all aspects of a student’s educational experience and includes demographic data and information related to scheduling, attendance, bus route, discipline, health, grades, test results, and academic programs.  SIS is a secure, web-based system accessible by staff, students, and parents.

Visit this website to learn more about registering for your SIS account.

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CVHS PTSA Officers Needed

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PTSA Board Positions

Dear CVHS Parents,

The PTSA needs you!  We are still in need of a president, vice president, and secretary.  We already have an experienced treasurer in place.  The PTSA must have at least a president to continue. 

The PTSA cannot function without Board members – we need your help to continue to support the Wildcat community!

Please email [email protected] and Mr. Lehman at [email protected] to submit your interest, or with any questions.  Be sure to include your name, contact information, and which role you are interested in serving.

https://cvhsptsa.webs.com/

We look forward to having you join the Board and we thank you for your consideration!

Sincerely,

CVHS PTSA

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Required Immunizations

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Required Immunizations

Wildcat Families, 

In preparation for the 2022-23 school year, we encourage everyone to Be Wise, Immunize! Immunizations are required for public school entry and help keep children protected from many diseases. Many students missed their well check-ups and their recommended childhood immunizations during recent years of disruptions from COVID-19. It is critical to catch up now to keep children healthy and protect them from serious diseases.  Of particular note, is the requirement for students who reach their 16th birthday to receive the Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY) vaccine prior to starting the 12th grade year.

We encourage you to check with your healthcare provider to make sure your child is up to date on required immunizations for the 2022-23 school year as soon as possible. If your child needs a vaccine to complete their records, you can make an appointment with your healthcare provider or visit the Fairfax County Health Department website for a schedule of child immunization clinics. 

Remember to request documentation of your student’s immunizations and bring it to the CVHS main office or student services office between 9am-1pm. You can also email a copy of the record to [email protected].  If you have any questions, please contact or registrar, Susan Lee at [email protected] or 703-802-5422.

Thank you

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Important Dates

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CVHS Important Dates

Please be sure to note these dates:

  • Fall sports begin - Aug 1st (golf starts July 28).  Meet the coaches night for fall sports is Aug 4th at 7pm.
  • Wildcat Welcome Open House - Wed, August 17th, from 5:00pm - 7:00pm. This is a family open house event for grades 9 - 12 to connect with the school, get your schedule, walk the building, learn more about clubs and activities, get a PE uniform, and a host of other opportunities.
  • Freshman and new student orientation - Friday, August 19th from 8:30am - 11:00am.  Students will follow their schedule and meet their teachers.  More information will be shared in August about bus transportation.
  • Back to School Night - Wed, August 31, at 7:00pm.  There will also be a meeting for parents of seniors (class of 2023) at 6:00pm in the auditorium preceding Back to School Night.

Monday, August 22nd, is the first day of school.  School hours are 8:10 - 2:55.

Rising Freshman Opportunity

This is the last call for any rising 9th grade students to register for the wildCat Connections summer orientation program.  You can find more information and register at this link.  Registration closes Friday, July 8.

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C'Ville School News

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Summer Office Hours

The main office will be open from 9:00am - 1:00pm Mon-Fri throughout the summer.  The Student Services office is open for registrations by appointment by contacting 703-802-5422, or emailing [email protected].

Summer Orientations & Other Dates
  • Rising 9th grade students can register for the wildCat Connections summer orientation program.  You can find more information and register at this link.
  • Wildcat Welcome will be held at the school on Wednesday, August 17th, from 5:00pm - 7:00pm. This is a family open house event for grades 9 - 12 to connect with the school, get your schedule, walk the building, learn more about clubs and activities, get a PE uniform, and a host of other opportunities.
  • Freshman and new student orientation will be held on the morning of Friday, August 19th where students will follow their schedule and meet their teachers.  More information will be shared over the summer.
  • The date for Back to School Night is still being coordinated and will be shared as soon as it is finalized.
  • Fall sports begin Aug 1st (golf starts July 28).  Meet the coaches night for fall sports is Aug 4th at 7pm.

Monday, August 22nd, is the first day of school.  School hours are 8:10 - 2:55.

New Assistant Principal

With Mr. Burch retiring at the end of June, we are excited to announce Dr. Angela Rupa Florio as our new Assistant Principal!  Dr. Rupa Florio began her teaching career as a math teacher in Brooklyn, NY, followed by serving as math teacher and department chair at Irving Middle School.  She then transitioned to being an Instructional Coach at Annandale High School and currently serves as the Instructional Coach at Holmes Middle School.  She has a proven track record of positively leading and guiding instruction at multiple levels.  The people who work with Dr. Rupa Florio describe her as incredibly hard working, reflective, smart, and a good relationship builder.  She earned her Bachelors degree in history and philosophy of science at the University of Pittsburg, Masters in Mathematics at Pace University in NY, and her Educational Specialist and Doctoral Degree in Educational Administration and Policy Studies from George Washington.  We have no doubt that she will be a great addition to our team!  Please join me in welcoming Dr. Angela Rupa Florio to Centreville High School!  She begins her new post on July 1, 2022.

School laptops

All school laptops need to be collected an re-imaged this summer, unless it is being used for a summer school program.  If your student has not returned their laptop, please bring the laptop and charger to the main office between 9am - 1pm.  Laptops will be reissued when school begins in August.  Thank you!

Student Intention Form

It is important for us to know if your student will not be attending CVHS for the 2022-23 school year because you are no longer living within the Centreville HS boundaries.  If you moved and your student will not be attending CVHS next year, please complete the intention form by clicking here and return it via email to Susan Lee at [email protected] or you can drop it off at the school during summer office hours.  Students who are moving will need to return their laptop/charger if not done so already. 

If you have a change in home address within our CVHS boundary and will still attend CVHS next year, please provide proof of your new residence to the office of Service Services. 

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