FCPS Student Clinic 2019

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This summer, the FCPS Office of Intervention and Prevention Services will be offering an opportunity for high school students to schedule a 45-minute consultative appointment with a School Psychologist or School Social Worker to receive supportive consultation regarding strategies and tools for academic and social success for the upcoming school year. The FCPS Student Consultation Service will be available July 29th-August 9th at five selected regional locations. To schedule an appointment, students can call 703-503-2507 or click the link below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfPi9-8MIBPOtpzyyHJZCxRRaYABTtdEvxD-252UmxJCBRCFA/viewform?usp=sf_link 

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PTSA Treasurer

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Sent on behalf of the PTSA:

 

The CVHS PTSA is in need of a treasurer for the 2019-2020 school year.  We have a president, vice president, secretary and almost all committee chair positions are filled.  According to the bylaws there must be a president, secretary and treasurer for the PTSA to continue. 

The PTSA supports many important programs and events including the following:

  • All Night Grad Party
  • Five $1,000 senior scholarships
  • Teacher grants
  • Teacher Appreciation Breakfasts
  • Monthly meetings with speakers for parents and students to attend
  • And much more……

These programs and events will not be able to continue without a treasurer.  Please consider stepping up for this opportunity to assist the PTSA and CVHS. 

Please contact outgoing president, Sharon Stemme, at cvhsptsapresident@yahoo.com if you are interested!

Thank you so much!

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Sad News

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CVHS Community,

It is with a heavy heart that we share that CVHS English teacher, Donna Sweeney, passed away on June 14th following a battle with cancer.  Mrs. Sweeney taught English at CVHS for the past seven years and was a great teacher and a kind person.  She will be greatly missed by the CVHS family.  I know our thoughts are with her friends and family at this time.  Any current and former students are invited to attend the service below:

Celebration of Life Service for Mrs. Sweeney

Date:  Saturday, June 29, 2019

Location:  Baker-Post Funeral Home, 1001 Nokesville Road, Manassas, VA  20110

Time:  1:00pm-2:00pm - Celebration of Life Service in the Chapel.

 

Chad Lehman

Principal

 

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CVHS End-of-Year Medication Pick-up

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Dear Parent or Guardian:

The school health room is reminding parents and guardians that all medication stored in the health room must be picked up no later than 12:00 p.m. on June 13, 2019. 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. However, with parent or guardian permission, a high school student may transport over-the-counter medications to and from the school health room.

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. Please be sure medication orders are clear. All information on the form must be completed. Part I must be signed and dated by the parent or guardian. Part II must be signed and dated by your physician. Over-the-counter medication given for headache, muscle pain, orthodontic pain, or menstrual cramps and antibiotic or anti-viral medication do not need a physician signature. More detailed information is available on the back of the medication authorization form.

Over-the-counter medication must be in the original container and clearly labeled by the parent or guardian. All prescription medication, including physician’s samples, must be labeled by the pharmacist or physician. Please make sure that the label clearly states your student’s name, the name of the medication, the dosage of the medication, and the time interval for administration.

If your child will be enrolled in a summer program sponsored by Fairfax County Public Schools, your existing long-term medication authorization form(s) may be used for the summer program. Please let the health room know if you would like a copy of the form(s).

Your cooperation will ensure that we can safely give your student his or her medication. If you have any questions, please contact your school health room aide, at 703-802-5587, or your school public health nurse, Amanda Price, at 703-802-5484.

Thank you for your cooperation and have a good summer.

Sincerely,

Chad Lehman

Principal

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CVHS End-of-Year Dates

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CVHS Important End-of-Year Dates

Mon., May 6 – Fri., May 17: AP Testing

        Mon., May 6 – Government (AM) & Env. Science (PM)

        Tues., May 7 – Spanish Lang (AM)

        Wed., May 8 – English Lit (AM)

        Thurs., May 9 – Chemistry (AM), Psychology (PM) & German (PM)

         Fri., May 10 – US History (AM)

 

         Mon., May 13 – Biology (AM) & Physics C (PM)

         Tues., May 14 – Calculus AB/BC (AM)

         Wed., May 15 – English Language (AM) & Macroeconomics (PM)

         Thurs., May 16 – Comp Gov (AM), World History (AM) & Statistics (PM)

         Fri., May 17 – Microeconomics (AM) & Computer Science (PM)

 

Wed., May 15: Korean Parent Night – 7:00pm

Thurs., May 16 – Thurs., May 23: SOL Testing

Date

Time of SOL

Thursday, May 16 (A)

8:10a.m. Biology

11:45a.m. VAUS History

Friday, May 17 (B)

8:10a.m. Chemistry

11:45a.m. World History 1

Monday, May 20 (A)

8:10a.m. 11th Grade English Reading

11:45a.m. World History 2

Tuesday, May 21 (B)

8:10a.m. Geometry

Wednesday, May 22 (A)

8:10a.m. Algebra 2

Thursday, May 23 (B)

8:10a.m. Algebra 1/Earth Science (Geosystems)

 

Tues., May 21: PTSA Meeting – 7:00pm

Thurs., May 23: Senior Scholars Dinner 5:30pm & Senior Awards 7:00pm (Invitation Only)

Friday, May 24: Undergraduate Awards 8:30am (Invitation Only)

Mon., May 27:   Holiday – Memorial Day

Wed., May 29: Senior Exams – Pds. 5 & 7

Thurs., May 30: Senior Exams – Pds. 4 & 6

Fri., May 31: Senior Exams – Pds. 1 & 3 (Seniors dismissed after Pd. 3)

Sat., June 1: Prom 8:00pm-Midnight – Reston Sheraton

Mon., June 3: Senior Exams – Pd. 2 (Seniors dismissed after Pd. 2; Seniors last day)  Last Day for Seniors to pay any outstanding debts; cash only to subschools.  Final Late Day Bus.             

Tues., June 4: Senior Convocation 10:00 am followed by Senior cook-out

Wed., June 5: Senior Graduation Practice 9:30am - Gym                      

Thurs., June 6: Senior Graduation Practice 10:00am Gym  & Graduation Walk at feeder schools - 2:00pm                                                  

Fri., June 7: HALF DAY (dismiss at noon) – Underclass Exams - Pd. 2

                       GRADUATION 7:30pm – Eagle Bank Arena, George Mason U

                       All Night Grad Party (ANGP) – 11:30pm – 4:30am

Mon., June 10: HALF Day (dismiss at noon) – Underclass Exams – Pds. 1 & 3

Tues., June 11: HALF DAY (dismiss at noon)– Underclass Exams – Pds. 4 & 6

Wed., June 12: HALF DAY (dismiss at noon) – Underclass Exams – Pds. 5 & 7

Thurs., June 13: LAST DAY for STUDENTS (early dismissal)

 

Upcoming Dates for School Year 2019-2020:

Wed., August 21 – Wildcat Welcome – 5:00pm – 7:30pm

Thurs., August 22 – 9th Grade & New Student Orientation - 8:30am – 11:00am

Mon., August 26 – First Day of School

Fri., August 30 – Holiday

Mon. Sept. 2 – Holiday

Thurs., Sept 5 – Back-to School-Night

 

Enjoy your summer!

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CVHS Teacher Appreciation Week

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CVHS Community,

This week (5/6 – 5/10) is Teacher Appreciation Week at CVHS!  We are grateful for everything our teachers do in support of our students and this community.  Their hard work and dedication serves as an inspiration for our students and is greatly appreciated all throughout the year, but especially this week!  We want to thank our PTSA for providing breakfast on Tuesday morning for our teachers, and we have other tokens of appreciation planned throughout the week.  Please join us in celebrating our wonderful CVHS teachers!

Chad R. Lehman

Principal

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CVHS SOL Testing Schedule

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Attention:  Parents and Guardians of CVHS Students who are Currently Enrolled in SOL Courses

The Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) End-of-Course (EOC) Non-Writing Tests will be administered to CVHS students beginning on Thursday, May 16th through Friday, June 7th. SOL EOC tests are available in the following high school courses:  Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, Chemistry, 11th Grade English (Reading SOL), Geometry, Geosystems (Earth Science SOL), Virginia and United States History, World History 1, and World History 2. The purpose of SOL testing is to provide information about student achievement to the parent, school, school division, and state. SOL tests measure the extent to which students have learned the content and skills within the Virginia Standards of Learning. In most cases, test scores will be available to students before the end of the school year.

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) requires high school students who are enrolled in any of the courses specified above to take the EOC test if the student needs a verified credit for graduation or if the student has not yet met federal testing requirements (1 Math, 1 Reading, and 1 Biology attempt taken during grades 9-12). Students who have met the testing requirements for graduation and federal accountability are not allowed to test. More detailed information will be provided to students by the teachers of each SOL course.  It is important that your student attends school on the days when he/she is scheduled to take an SOL test. If possible, please avoid scheduling trips or appointments that would take your student out of school on days of testing. It is also important that your student have a good night’s rest and a healthy breakfast before testing.

Students are not permitted to access prohibited electronic devices while they are taking an SOL.  Prohibited electronic devices include all cell phones and any device that can transmit, receive, photograph, or record information including wearable technology. In addition, if it is determined that a student cheated on an SOL test, the student will receive a score of zero on the test and will not be permitted to attempt the test again until the next test administration. We will be reviewing these policies with students on Tuesday, April 30.

Please see below for a schedule of dates and times for each SOL.

Thank you for your attention to these items.

 

Date

Time of SOL

Thursday, May 16 (A)

8:10a.m. Biology

11:45a.m. VAUS History

Friday, May 17 (B)

8:10a.m. Chemistry

11:45a.m. World History 1

Monday, May 20 (A)

8:10a.m. 11th Grade English Reading

11:45a.m. World History 2

Tuesday, May 21 (B)

8:10a.m. Geometry

Wednesday, May 22 (A)

8:10a.m. Algebra 2

Thursday, May 23 (B)

8:10a.m. Algebra 1/Earth Science (Geosystems)

 

 

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Family Engagement Survey Reminder

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We value your opinion so much that we are sending out a special reminder for you to complete the FCPS Family Engagement Survey.

 (See below for Spanish translated version.)

On March 24th, you received an FCPS Family Engagement Survey!

Please complete the survey letting us know how we are doing in the areas of

  • communicating,
  • providing you opportunities to partner,
  • developing positive relationships,
  • ensuring student success and more.

The information we learn from you will help us strengthen family engagement and continue fostering a Caring Culture throughout FCPS.

There are 3 ways you can complete the survey.

  1. Check your email for an invitation sent with a survey link from Dr. Scott Brabrand, Superintendent with subject line: FCPS Family Engagement Survey.
  2. Ask the front office staff for a paper survey. You can complete it right there on the spot.
  3. Complete the online survey using one of the school iPads or computers. The office staff would be happy to show you an available computer for you to complete the survey electronically at the school.

For a direct link to the survey click HERE

We honor your opinion and commitment to your child and our schools. We strive to make it a better place for ALL!

 

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Spanish Translation:

Nosotros valoramos tanto su opinión que les estamos enviando un recordatorio especial para completar la Encuesta de FCPS para la Participación de la Familia.

 

El 24 de marzo, ustedes recibieron una Encuesta de FCPS para la Participación de la Familia. Por favor completen la encuesta para que nosotros sepamos cómo estamos desempeñando nuestro trabajo en las siguientes áreas:

  • la comunicación,
  • las oportunidades para colaborar que les ofrecemos,
  • el desarrollo de relaciones positivas,
  • la promesa del éxito estudiantíl, y otros temas más.

La información que nos brinden nos ayudará a fortalecer la participación de las familias y a seguir fomentando una cultura en la cual todos en FCPS nos preocupamos los unos por los otros.

Pueden escoger entre 3 opciones para completar la encuesta:

  1. Revisen su correo electrónico donde encontrarán una invitación del superintendente, Dr. Brabrand, con el asunto “FCPS Family Engagement Survey” y un enlace que los llevará a la encuesta.
  2. Pídanle al personal de la oficina principal en la escuela que les proporcionen una copia impresa de la encuesta. Ustedes la pueden completar en ese momento.
  3. Completen la encuesta en línea en una de las computadoras o iPads de la escuela. El personal de la oficina principal se complacerá en mostrarles la computadora donde pueden completar la encuesta electrónicamente.

Hagan clic AQUÍ para abrir la encuesta.

Nosotros apreciamos su opinión y su compromiso con sus hijos y con nuestras escuelas. ¡Nosotros nos esforzamos por crear un mejor ambiente para TODOS!

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