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Important Dates March 5th - Return to School Info Session 2 HR Early Release - No Synchronous Instruction after 1:30PM March 5th - Make Up Picture Day 12PM-7PM (appointment ONLY see Sign Up Genius Link Below) March 8th - Teacher Workday No morning meetings, small group instructions, or specials. March 26th - End of Quarter 2 HR Early Release - No Synchronous Instruction after 1:30PM March 29th - April 2nd - Spring Break April 5th - Teacher Work Day No morning meetings, small group instructions, or specials. Return to School News

March 9 Group 6: Grades 1-2 & Group 8: Grades 7, 10, 11 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 6-7

March. 16 Group 7: Grades 3-6

We are finalizing class placements and attendance days for the students who will be attending in-person. Families have been contacted if their child will be switching teachers. The new classroom placements will not take effect until March 9th (Grades 1 & 2) and March 16th (Grades 3-6). Classroom teachers will be emailing families the days of attendance next week. At this time, we cannot accommodate any further changes to in-person instruction.

 

A Family Guide for Return to School at Spring Hill ES

 

Check your SIS Parent Vue Account for your child’s bus information. If you need to request bus transportation, please email Mrs. Belcher at abelcher@fcps.edu.

 

You can access your Parent Vue account here:   https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/student-information-system-sis-fcps/sis-parent-account-overview

 

TRANSPORTATION

IMPORTANT! We need all parents to indicate how their child or children will be going home from school.  This form must be filled out prior to students returning to school. https://forms.gle/Cen7zFxiQLFuqeAK6

If your child requires bus transportation, you must contact Mandy Belcher (mabelcher@fcps.edu)  in our front office as soon as possible If you have not located your bus route. You can check your Parent Vue accounts for their bus routes. You can access your Parent Vue account here:   https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/student-information-system-sis-fcps/sis-parent-account-overview

 

NEW KISS & RIDE PROCEDURES

We will be changing the way we are conducting our Kiss & Ride.  On the first day of students returning to school, Kiss & Ride students and parents will receive a number that is to be displayed on the right front dashboard of their car. The students will also receive  a matching number that will be placed on their jacket or backpack. This new system will allow us to safely call students to the Kiss & Ride Areas with social distancing in place. Please encourage your child to memorize their number.

 

At the end of the day, Kiss & Ride traffic will enter our Kiss & Ride area and pull up past door 11. When you arrive at the Kiss & Ride, please remain in vehicle while your child is called. It is important that your Child be able to enter the vehicle independently. Staff will be present to supervise students entering and exiting the building.

 

Master Schedule & Lunch Information

Our Master Schedule will continue to keep the same break and lunch schedule for both in-person and virtual learners. The Revised schedule (see attached) includes a handwashing schedule for before/after mask breaks, lunch, and recess. Students are allowed to bring their own lunch or participate in a free ‘grab & go’ breakfast and/or lunch. Here is the link to the menu: https://fcps.nutrislice.com/menu/spring-hill-elementary

 

Meals are also available for free for students who are not returning to school and are available to be picked up between 12:13-12:23pm in front of the school.

 

We had our RTS meeting with parents this past Tuesday and it was well attended. We answered all the questions and parents have a better understanding of what to expect.

Here is the link of the recording. It is 58 minutes long. The slide deck is also attached.

SHES Return to School Information Session (Grades 3-6) - recording_1

Health Screening Commitment Form Required Prior to Student Return to School Buildings

As many students return to in-person instruction, parents and caregivers will be asked to acknowledge a Health Screening Commitment form before their student(s) re-enter school buildings. This document confirms that a parent, caregiver, or guardian will complete a daily health screening and will keep their students home when they are ill.

The Health Commitment form can be submitted electronically through ParentVUE (PVUE) or via hard copy. Please contact your child’s school to have a hard copy sent to you.

Make Up Picture Day

Our make up picture day will be on Friday March 5th from 12PM-7PM. These pictures will be done via drive-by and masks will be required (will be allowed to remove for photo). Parents will drive up to the side door near the cafeteria/stage. A volunteer from our school will bring your child from your vehicle into the cafeteria. After their photo is taken your child will be brought to your vehicle at the double doors on the side of the cafeteria (Door #2). Please use the link below to reserve a slot for your child(ren).

**This is a new sign up, if you were signed up for Thursday 2/18, you will need to sign up for a new slot. Signs up were not transferred to the new date.**

 

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Picture purchasing information can be found at www.mylifetouch.com using the Picture ID: EVTCB96H4

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Spring Hill ES Panther Press

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Important Dates March 2nd - Return to School Info Session Grades 3-6 at 9:15am March 5th - Return to School Info Session 2 HR Early Release - No Synchronous Instruction after 1:30PM March 5th - Make Up Picture Day 12PM-7PM (appointment ONLY see Sign Up Genius Link Below) March 8th - Teacher Workday No morning meetings, small group instructions, or specials. Return to School News

March 2 Group 8: Grades 8, 9, 12 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 8

March 9 Group 6: Grades 1-2 & Group 8: Grades 7, 10, 11 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 6-7

March. 16 Group 7: Grades 3-6

We are finalizing class placements and attendance days for the students who will be attending in-person. Families have been contacted if their child will be switching teachers. The new classroom placements will not take effect until March 9th (Grades 1 & 2) and March 16th (Grades 3-6). Classroom teachers will be emailing families the days of attendance next week. At this time, we cannot accommodate any further changes to in-person instruction.

 

Check your SIS Parent Vue Account for your child’s bus information. If you need to request bus transportation, please email Mrs. Belcher at abelcher@fcps.edu.

 

You can access your Parent Vue account here:   https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/student-information-system-sis-fcps/sis-parent-account-overview

 

We will be holding a Return To School (RTS) parent information session (Grades 3-6) on Tuesday, March 2nd at 9:15 am. Here is the link to join this meeting:  https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/910fd20e1fdc4847959857dd4e31bbdd

Health Screening Commitment Form Required Prior to Student Return to School Buildings

As many students return to in-person instruction, parents and caregivers will be asked to acknowledge a Health Screening Commitment form before their student(s) re-enter school buildings. This document confirms that a parent, caregiver, or guardian will complete a daily health screening and will keep their students home when they are ill.

The Health Commitment form can be submitted electronically through ParentVUE (PVUE) or via hard copy. Please contact your child’s school to have a hard copy sent to you.

Make Up Picture Day

Our make up picture day will be on Friday March 5th from 12PM-7PM. These pictures will be done via drive-by and masks will be required (will be allowed to remove for photo). Parents will drive up to the side door near the cafeteria/stage. A volunteer from our school will bring your child from your vehicle into the cafeteria. After their photo is taken your child will be brought to your vehicle at the double doors on the side of the cafeteria (Door #2). Please use the link below to reserve a slot for your child(ren).

**This is a new sign up, if you were signed up for Thursday 2/18, you will need to sign up for a new slot. Signs up were not transferred to the new date.**

 

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Rising Kindergarteners

If you have a rising kindergartner for 2021-22 school year, please complete the attached Survey of Preschool Children and send in to the front office.  Registration is now open if you wish to get your kinder aged child enrolled.

Registration paperwork can be found at www.fcps.edu/registration/forms.

Many thanks.

Amanda Belcher

Cooper MS and Langley HS choirs Virtual Winter Concert

Enjoy!

 

Concert Link

https://youtu.be/HL78MipfiQ0

 

Program Link

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AMNkxHyYNl6RlfOyC3IE0YLU4gWvhFaG/view

Science Olympiad Regional Competition  

Congratulations to Spring Hill Science Olympiad (SO) team! They participated in Virginia regional SO Competition on Saturday Feb. 6, 2021. The division B competition had both middle school and elementary school teams. Spring Hill SO team won the 4th place trophy and ranked at the 5th place in overall score for the 20 competition events!  The team will advance to the State tournament later in March.

 

Here are the details of the awarded events:

 

1st place

Crime Busters: Ansh Chadalavada and Ashlyn Cook

 

2nd place

Machines: Ishi Kanaparthi and Ayesha Premjee

Road Scholar: Ryan Minton and Alicia Yee 

Helicopter: Ansh Chadalavada and Ali Imran

 

3rd place

Circuit lab: Aliana Yee and Alizarin Innanchai

Meteorology: Ashlyn Cook and Shveta Sunkar 

Reach for the stars: Shveta Sunkar and Eirena Liu

 

6th place

Code Busters: Aliana Yee, Alicia Yee, and Clare Raso

Digital Structures: Ishi Kanaparthi and Ayesha Premjee

 

Spring Hill ES SO team head coach is Steven Yee and school teacher sponsor is Mrs. Mary Papathanassiou.

Message from Spring Hill Library Coming Up Next Week:

School Spirit Days to help kick off National Reading Month!

Monday – Fry Bread Day: Share a picture of you eating your favorite food. You can draw the picture or take it with a camera.

Tuesday – The Proudest Blue: Wear BLUE to celebrate being proud to be YOU.

Wednesday - Sports Day: Wear your favorite jersey or sports team logo.

Thursday – The Many Colors of Harpreet Singh: Wear your favorite color to be just like Harpreet.

Friday – Silly Book Day: wear your favorite “silly stuff” to celebrate reading just for fun.

Read Across America will be celebrated in classes with different books, read alouds, and an appreciation of reading. Take a picture of your panthers participating in Read Across America Week and post on twitter with the tag @LibrarySpring and @SpringHillFCPS. Your picture might be shared with our Spring Hill Family!

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Spring Hill ES Panther Press

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Important Dates February 24th - Return to School Info Session Grades 1 & 2 at 9:15am March 2nd - Return to School Info Session Grades 3-6 at 9:15am March 5th - Return to School Info Session 2 HR Early Release - No Synchronous Instruction after 1:30PM March 5th - Make Up Picture Day 12PM-7PM (appointment ONLY) Return to School News

Feb. 23 Group 5: PreK, Kindergarten and Special Education

March 2 Group 8: Grades 8, 9, 12 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 8

March 9 Group 6: Grades 1-2 & Group 8: Grades 7, 10, 11 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 6-7

March. 16 Group 7: Grades 3-6

 

We are finalizing class placements and attendance days for the students who will be attending in-person. Families have been contacted if their child will be switching teachers. The new classroom placements will not take effect until March 9th (Grades 1 & 2) and March 16th (Grades 3-6). Classroom teachers will be emailing families the days of attendance next week. At this time, we cannot accommodate any further changes to in-person instruction.

Health Screening Commitment Form Required Prior to Student Return to School Buildings

As many students return to in-person instruction, parents and caregivers will be asked to acknowledge a Health Screening Commitment form before their student(s) re-enter school buildings. This document confirms that a parent, caregiver, or guardian will complete a daily health screening and will keep their students home when they are ill.

The Health Commitment form can be submitted electronically through ParentVUE (PVUE) or via hard copy. Please contact your child’s school to have a hard copy sent to you.

Make Up Picture Day

Our make up picture day will be on Friday March 5th from 12PM-7PM. These pictures will be done via drive-by and masks will be required (will be allowed to remove for photo). Parents will drive up to the side door near the cafeteria/stage. A volunteer from our school will bring your child from your vehicle into the cafeteria. After their photo is taken your child will be brought to your vehicle at the double doors on the side of the cafeteria (Door #2). Please use the link below to reserve a slot for your child(ren).

 

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From The Langley HS Orchestra  

Orchestra is an important part of life for many students. Students can join orchestra in 4th grade, and by the time they get to middle school, the orchestra is evaluated by judges in FCPS and in a music competition. High school students are placed into one of four orchestras in Langley HS, and have the opportunity to perform challenging music in many settings. Orchestra trips in past years have included performances at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Spain, Rome, Nashville, and Orlando.

As Langley senior violinist Camille Ladygine explains, “I personally see playing an instrument, a string instrument specifically, as a creative outlet. It can distract you from a stressful day and allows you to create something that is able to touch others. It is an art, and is something you can be proud of.”  

Sophomore cellist Kevin Farnsworth agrees. “Playing an instrument is a useful hobby that can be done over a long period of time. Also, practicing instruments and getting better at them translates to success in other pursuits that require hard work and perseverance.”

Freshman violinist Arwen Chang says that “Orchestra isn’t just about rehearsing and playing an instrument—it’s an inviting community that provides opportunities and brings people together. You get to meet new people, go on trips, make memories, and improve your playing. Orchestra is also a break from your standard academic classes.”

Many students comment on how orchestra helps them when changing schools. Farnsworth says, “Going from elementary to middle school, or middle to high school, can be a challenge. While the change is never seamless, orchestra makes it less difficult. Since everyone in orchestra is welcoming and understanding, you can always ask questions and expect to get useful answers.”

In a normal school year, Langley HS presents 4 concerts a year. In this pandemic, the first concert was online, and can be viewed at langleyorchestra.com. A senior cellist trained over a dozen students to compile and synchronize video recordings made by individual students into orchestra videos for each musical selection. Future online concerts will continue until regulations permit in-person concerts.  

Junior cellist Danyal Ashraf emphasizes that orchestra “is just one of my favorite classes so far in high school.” 

 

Dr. Scott McCormick

Langley HS Orchestra Director

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Spring Hill ES Panther Press

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Important Dates February 15th - Presidents' Day February 17th at 8am Family Life Education Preview (5th & 6th grade levels only) February 17th - Picture Day  (appointment ONLY) February 18th - Picture Day (appointment ONLY) February 24th - Return to School Info Session Grades 1 & 2 at 9:15am March 2nd - Return to School Info Session Grades 3-6 at 9:15am March 5th - Return to School Info Session 2 HR Early Release - No Synchronous Instruction after 1:30PM Return to School News

Feb. 16 Group 1-4: Select CTE and Special Education

Feb. 23 Group 5: PreK, Kindergarten and Special Education

March 2 Group 8: Grades 8, 9, 12 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 8

March 9 Group 6: Grades 1-2 & Group 8: Grades 7, 10, 11 and Poe, Glasgow, Holmes - Grade 6-7

March. 16 Group 7: Grades 3-6

Health Screening Commitment Form Required Prior to Student Return to School Buildings

As many students return to in-person instruction, parents and caregivers will be asked to acknowledge a Health Screening Commitment form before their student(s) re-enter school buildings. This document confirms that a parent, caregiver, or guardian will complete a daily health screening and will keep their students home when they are ill.

The Health Commitment form can be submitted electronically through ParentVUE (PVUE) or via hard copy. Please contact your child’s school to have a hard copy sent to you.

School Picture Day

We have some exciting news! We will be having covid-safe Picture Days Wednesday, February 17th and Thursday, February 18th. We will be hosting these sessions from 12PM-7PM on both days. These pictures will be done via drive-by and masks will be required (will be allowed to remove for photo). Parents will drive up to the side door near the cafeteria/stage. A volunteer from our school will bring your child from your vehicle into the cafeteria. After their photo is taken your child will be brought to your vehicle at the double doors on the side of the cafeteria (Door #2). Please use the link below to reserve a slot for your child(ren). 

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Student Intent Letters

Report cards for the 2nd quarter are being mailed home later this week.  Also included in this mailing is the Student Intent Form for Next Year.  Please can you complete this form and send back to the office, either by scanned email to abelcher@fcps.edu, or by fax 703-506-3497 or by dropping off at the front office.

Many thanks for your help with this.

5th & 6th Grade Families

5th & 6th Grade teachers will be teaching Family Life Education lessons virtually to their students. A Family Parent Preview Session will be held on February 17th at 8:00am. Please join us to learn more about the lessons and how to access them. More information will be sent out through email with the link to the meeting and more details regarding the dates of instruction.

Spring Hill ES Seeks Classroom Monitors

Classroom monitors provide in-person classroom assistance for students when a staff member remains virtual. Candidates who are interested in a classroom monitor position or would like more information can email Mrs. Amy Briggs at arbriggs@fcps.edu and review the job description and qualifications and apply online.

Langley HS Food Drive

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Important Dates February 9th - PTO Parent University Webinar February 15th - Presidents' Day Return to School News

*Stay tuned for more details and updates in the coming week.

PTO Meeting/Parent University Tuesday, February 9th 7:00pm

Please join us for a brief PTO meeting followed by the Parent University presentation of "Are My Kids Ok? Coping with Uncertainty" by guest speaker Dr. Melissa Sporn.  Dr. Sporn is a McLean based psychologist who will be discussing the stressors our children are facing, identifying the difference between sadness and depression, worry versus clinical anxiety, how to know when things are not okay with our children, what to do, and where to find help.    

The link to the event will be emailed from the PTO the afternoon of the meeting. 

Attention New Families!

Please join us for a new family coffee.  We will be presenting information on technology, the plan to return to school, and providing opportunities  to meet other new families in small groups.  We will provide time to answer questions on school procedures.  The New Family Coffee will be at 8:45am on Wednesday, February 10th. A link to the BBCU session will be e-mailed to all families the day before the meeting.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your grade level counselor.  Dona Sasala, grade 1,3,5 Kindergarten Andriko and Arrison DLVaskoSasal@fcps.edu or Judy Trigiani Grades 2,4,6 Kindergarten Burns and Zoldak jororketrigi@fcps.edu

Spring Hill ES Seeks Classroom Monitors

Classroom monitors provide in-person classroom assistance for students when a staff member remains virtual. Candidates who are interested in a classroom monitor position or would like more information can email Mrs. Amy Briggs at arbriggs@fcps.edu and review the job description and qualifications and apply online.

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Art Watercolor Set Pickup 

Watercolor sets have finally arrived at Spring Hill ES! Art teachers Ms. Ashe and Ms. Moon will begin painting soon with their students. Please come by school to pick up your child’s watercolor set: 

Kindergarten on Monday, February 8, in their Kindergarten Panther Packet 

Watercolor sets will be labeled with students’ names and sorted by grade and teacher. If you can’t come by on your designated day, your child’s watercolor set will be in the school lobby during office hours through February 8. 

Please practice social distancing when picking up your child’s watercolor set. Thank you for all your support getting your child’s school and art supply items.

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Watercolor Set Pickup - New Dates/Times

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RESCHEDULED: Art Watercolor Set Pickup 

Watercolor sets have finally arrived at Spring Hill ES! Art teachers Ms. Ashe and Ms. Moon will begin painting soon with their students. Please come by school to pick up your child’s watercolor set.  Please note the new dates and times for Grades 1-6 pickup, given the school closures from yesterday due to the winter weather

Grades 1-6 – Outside the front entrance of the school:

  • Wednesday, February 3: 8:30am - 4:00pm
  • Thursday, February 4: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
  • Friday, February 5: 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Kindergarten - Monday, February 8, in their Kindergarten Panther Packet 

Watercolor sets will be labeled with students’ names and sorted by grade and teacher. If you can’t come by on your designated day, your child’s watercolor set will be in the school lobby during office hours through February 8. 

Please practice social distancing when picking up your child’s watercolor set. Thank you for all your support getting your child’s school and art supply items.

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Spring Hill ES Panther Press

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Important Dates February 9th - PTO Parent University Webinar February 15th - Presidents' Day Return-to-School Update
  • All Groups are paused for returning to school until the School Board meets February 2nd. A revised timeline will be sent out once it has been approved by the School Board.
  • Spring Hill will maintain our current bell schedule until further notice. Our Bell schedule is 8:50am-3:30pm.
Spring Hill ES Seeks Classroom Monitors

Classroom monitors provide in-person classroom assistance for students when a staff member remains virtual. Candidates who are interested in a classroom monitor position or would like more information can email Mrs. Amy Briggs at arbriggs@fcps.edu and review the job description and qualifications and apply online.

Attention New Students!

Please join us for a new family coffee.  We will be presenting information on technology, the plan to return to school, and providing opportunities  to meet other new families in small groups.  We will provide time to answer questions on school procedures.  The New Family Coffee will be at 8:45am on Wednesday, February 10th. A link to the BBCU session will be e-mailed to all families the day before the meeting.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your grade level counselor.  Dona Sasala, grade 1,3,5 Kindergarten Andriko and Arrison DLVaskoSasal@fcps.edu or Judy Trigiani Grades 2,4,6 Kindergarten Burns and Zoldak jororketrigi@fcps.edu

Keep Your FCPS Laptop Healthy

If you have an FCPS laptop at home that you are using for online learning, it may be “due for a check-up.”  The school laptops can benefit from connecting to our FCPS network on occasion to download and install updates that aren’t accessible from your home’s Wi-Fi network.  This includes updates that keep the laptop’s Windows license active, making sure the laptop’s clock is properly synced, and ensuring that the latest versions of our security and filtering software are installed.

 

We ask that any families who are using an FCPS-owned device regularly bring the laptop by the school to connect to the FCPS Wi-Fi network.  You don’t need to enter the building to do this.  Simply bring the laptop within the range of our network (on the sidewalk outside of the school or even in the school’s parking lot).  Once there, turn on the laptop and log into your account, then use the RESTART option to have the computer start again while connected to the FCPS network.  Once the computer has finished restarting and installing the updates, wait 3-5 minutes and then you should be good to go.  You can do this process at any FCPS facility, not just Spring Hill.

 

Remember, additional technology support for families is available at https://springhilles.fcps.edu/announcements/technology-support-families.  Thank you for your assistance.

Spring Hill Library News

Curbside Checkout is now running every week and includes Monday afternoons! Until students return to the building, the schedule for pickup times will be flexible based on the librarians’ schedules. Students may request specific books from the library catalog and/or request a Mystery Bag of books (K-2 or 3-6). Please see the library website for more information or email questions to SpringHillLibrary@fcps.edu.

Art Watercolor Set Pickup 

Watercolor sets have finally arrived at Spring Hill ES! Art teachers Ms. Ashe and Ms. Moon will begin painting soon with their students. Please come by school to pick up your child’s watercolor set: 

Grades 1-6 on Monday, February 1, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, outside front entrance of the school

Kindergarten on Monday, February 8, in their Kindergarten Panther Packet 

Watercolor sets will be labeled with students’ names and sorted by grade and teacher. If you can’t come by on your designated day, your child’s watercolor set will be in the school lobby during office hours through February 8. 

Please practice social distancing when picking up your child’s watercolor set. Thank you for all your support getting your child’s school and art supply items.

Cooper MS Rising 7th Graders

We are so excited for you to be joining the Cooper family in just a few short months!  While counselors will be meeting virtually with 6th grade classrooms in January, we will also be hosting several events to assist you in making supportive decisions regarding your child’s academic success in middle school. 

Audience

Event

Date

Time

Students

Cooper Counselors virtually visit 6th grade classes (Each ES will be assigned a date)

Jan. 25- 29

varies

Students & Parents

Input Course Requests to the Google Form. Only students can complete this form while logged into their FCPSschools.net google account (Google Form Link will be posted HERE)

Due by Feb. 8

By 8:00pm

All dates have been revised as of 12/15/2020

 

Still have Questions?

More Registration/Academic Advising information can be found on our website HERE

We look forward to "seeing" you!!

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Attendance: 703-506-3434 | Web

Watercolor Set Pick-Up

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Pick up Watercolor Sets for Art Class

Watercolor sets have finally arrived at Spring Hill ES! Art teachers Ms. Ashe and Ms. Moon will begin painting soon with their students. Please come by school to pick up your child’s watercolor set: 

Grades 1-6 on Monday, February 1, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, outside front entrance of the school

Kindergarten on Monday, February 8, in their Kindergarten Panther Packet 

Watercolor sets will be labeled with students’ names and sorted by grade and teacher. If you can’t come by on your designated day, your child’s watercolor set will be in the school lobby during office hours through February 8. 

Please practice social distancing when picking up your child’s watercolor set. Thank you for all your support getting your child’s school and art supply items.

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Attendance: 703-506-3434 | Web

Spring Hill ES Panther Press

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Important Dates January 22nd - End of Second Quarter-2-hour Early Release (No synchronous instruction after 1:30pm) January 25th - Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) Return-to-School Update
  • All Groups are paused for returning to school until the School Board meets February 2nd. A revised timeline will be sent out once it has been approved by the School Board.
  • Spring Hill will maintain our current bell schedule until further notice. Our Bell schedule is 8:50am-3:30pm.
Spring Hill ES Seeks Classroom Monitors

Classroom monitors provide in-person classroom assistance for students when a staff member remains virtual. Candidates who are interested in a classroom monitor position or would like more information can email Mrs. Amy Briggs at arbriggs@fcps.edu and review the job description and qualifications and apply online.

Cooper MS Rising 7th Graders

We are so excited for you to be joining the Cooper family in just a few short months!  While counselors will be meeting virtually with 6th grade classrooms in January, we will also be hosting several events to assist you in making supportive decisions regarding your child’s academic success in middle school. 

Audience

Event

Date

Time

Students

Cooper Counselors virtually visit 6th grade classes (Each ES will be assigned a date)

Jan. 25- 29

varies

Students & Parents

Input Course Requests to the Google Form. Only students can complete this form while logged into their FCPSschools.net google account (Google Form Link will be posted HERE)

Due by Feb. 8

By 8:00pm

All dates have been revised as of 12/15/2020

 

Still have Questions?

More Registration/Academic Advising information can be found on our website HERE

We look forward to "seeing" you!!

Longfellow MS Rising 7th Graders

Longfellow Middle School Rising 7th Grade Transition Events

We are dedicated to supporting your student’s transition to middle school and look forward to “seeing” you at our transition events!  Presentation slides will be posted on the Longfellow homepage shortly after each event concludes.  If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Brooks, Director of Student Services, at MLBrooks@fcps.edu

 

Virtual Family Registration Night- January 21 from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Please bring your students and join us for Family Registration Night.  Longfellow counselors will walk you through the process of how to select courses and be available to answer questions.  Click here to join this event.

Elementary Visits- January-February 

Longfellow counselors will be visiting your student’s 6th grade class to help support the registration process and answer any questions they may have.  Dates will be scheduled in collaboration with each individual elementary school.

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Important Dates January 18th - Holiday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day) January 20th - Holiday (Inauguration Day) January 22nd - End of Second Quarter-2-hour Early Release (No synchronous instruction after 1:30pm) January 25th - Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) Return-to-School Update
  • All Groups are paused for returning to school until the School Board meets February 2nd. A revised timeline will be sent out once it has been approved by the School Board.
  • Spring Hill will maintain our current bell schedule until further notice. Our Bell schedule is 8:50am-3:30pm.
Cooper MS Rising 7th Graders

We are so excited for you to be joining the Cooper family in just a few short months!  While counselors will be meeting virtually with 6th grade classrooms in January, we will also be hosting several events to assist you in making supportive decisions regarding your child’s academic success in middle school. 

Please save the following dates to join us for these informative events!

Audience

Event

Date

Time

Parents & Students

Rising 7th grade Asynchronous Core & Elective Curriculum Tour 

(Materials will be posted HERE)

Jan. 11-18

Your Choice

Parents & Students

Rising 7th grade: Welcome to Cooper Night

RSVP Here

Jan. 19

6:30pm

Students

Cooper Counselors virtually visit 6th grade classes (Each ES will be assigned a date)

Jan. 25- 29

varies

Students & Parents

Input Course Requests to the Google Form. Only students can complete this form while logged into their FCPSschools.net google account (Google Form Link will be posted HERE)

Due by Feb. 8

By 8:00pm

All dates have been revised as of 12/15/2020

 

Still have Questions?

More Registration/Academic Advising information can be found on our website HERE

We look forward to "seeing" you!!

Longfellow MS Rising 7th Graders

Longfellow Middle School Rising 7th Grade Transition Events

We are dedicated to supporting your student’s transition to middle school and look forward to “seeing” you at our transition events!  Presentation slides will be posted on the Longfellow homepage shortly after each event concludes.  If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Brooks, Director of Student Services, at MLBrooks@fcps.edu

 Virtual Curriculum Night- January 14 from 6:00pm-8:00pm

Please join us for our Virtual Rising 7th Grade Curriculum Night.  You will learn about middle courses, student life, the after school program, and the registration process.  *Early sessions for Special Education and ESOL Information will take place at 5:30pm.  

Curriculum Night Links

  • Special Education early session- 5:30pm-6:00pm- click here
  • ESOL early session- 5:30pm-6:00pm- click here
  • LMS Rising 7th Grade Curriculum Night- 6:00pm-8:00pm- click here

Virtual Family Registration Night- January 21 from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Please bring your students and join us for Family Registration Night.  Longfellow counselors will walk you through the process of how to select courses and be available to answer questions.  Click here to join this event.

Elementary Visits- January-February 

Longfellow counselors will be visiting your student’s 6th grade class to help support the registration process and answer any questions they may have.  Dates will be scheduled in collaboration with each individual elementary school. 

8201 Lewinsville Road McLean, VA 22102 | Main Office: 703-506-3400
Attendance: 703-506-3434 | Web

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Important Dates January 11th, 2021 -  Asynchronous (Independent) day

There will be no morning meeting, small group instruction, or specialist offerings on this day.

When we move closer to students and staff returning for in person instruction in school buildings, we will need to provide preparation days for teachers. Students will be doing independent learning on teacher preparation days. We will communicate those dates once we confirm return to school dates in the future.

January 18th - Holiday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day) January 20th - Holiday (Inauguration Day) January 22nd - End of Second Quarter-2-hour Early Release (No synchronous instruction after 1:30pm) January 25th - Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) Return-to-School Update:
  • All Groups are paused for returning to school until the School Board meets February 2nd. A revised timeline will be sent out once it has been approved by the School Board.
  • Spring Hill will maintain our current bell schedule until further notice. Our Bell schedule is 8:50am-3:30pm.
Cooper MS Rising 7th Graders

We are so excited for you to be joining the Cooper family in just a few short months!  While counselors will be meeting virtually with 6th grade classrooms in January, we will also be hosting several events to assist you in making supportive decisions regarding your child’s academic success in middle school. 

Please save the following dates to join us for these informative events!

Audience

Event

Date

Time

Parents & Students

Rising 7th grade Asynchronous Core & Elective Curriculum Tour 

(Materials will be posted HERE)

Jan. 11-18

Your Choice

Parents & Students

Rising 7th grade: Welcome to Cooper Night

RSVP Here

Jan. 19

6:30pm

Students

Cooper Counselors virtually visit 6th grade classes (Each ES will be assigned a date)

Jan. 25- 29

varies

Students & Parents

Input Course Requests to the Google Form. Only students can complete this form while logged into their FCPSschools.net google account (Google Form Link will be posted HERE)

Due by Feb. 8

By 8:00pm

All dates have been revised as of 12/15/2020

 

Still have Questions?

More Registration/Academic Advising information can be found on our website HERE

We look forward to "seeing" you in January!

Longfellow MS Rising 7th Graders

Longfellow Middle School Rising 7th Grade Transition Events

We are dedicated to supporting your student’s transition to middle school and look forward to “seeing” you at our transition events!  Presentation slides will be posted on the Longfellow homepage shortly after each event concludes.  If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Brooks, Director of Student Services, at MLBrooks@fcps.edu

 Virtual Curriculum Night- January 14 from 6:00pm-8:00pm

Please join us for our Virtual Rising 7th Grade Curriculum Night.  You will learn about middle courses, student life, the after school program, and the registration process.  *Early sessions for Special Education and ESOL Information will take place at 5:30pm.  

Curriculum Night Links

  • Special Education early session- 5:30pm-6:00pm- click here
  • ESOL early session- 5:30pm-6:00pm- click here
  • LMS Rising 7th Grade Curriculum Night- 6:00pm-8:00pm- click here

Virtual Family Registration Night- January 21 from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Please bring your students and join us for Family Registration Night.  Longfellow counselors will walk you through the process of how to select courses and be available to answer questions.  Click here to join this event.

Elementary Visits- January-February 

Longfellow counselors will be visiting your student’s 6th grade class to help support the registration process and answer any questions they may have.  Dates will be scheduled in collaboration with each individual elementary school. 

Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology PTSA Diversity Committee

The PTSA Diversity Committee of the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) is launching a series of Diversity Talks webinars in January!  This series is especially for elementary and middle school students in grades 4-8. Join us to hear from people working in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. What sparked their interest in STEM? What did they study in school? What kinds of jobs do they do? What else would you like to know? 

 

Mark your calendars for Monday, January 11, at 6 p.m. to hear the first speakers of our Diversity Talk series: Suresh Shenoy, Neena Shenoy and Nikhil Shenoy. Suresh Shenoy, a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, is a business leader and philanthropist who has contributed deeply to many aspects of the northern Virginia community. He was executive vice president at Alyx Technologies Inc., a Virginia-based consulting and technology services company. Mr. Shenoy was a founding member of the Thomas Jefferson Partnership Fund and served on its board until 2002. Neena Shenoy is a Mechanical Engineer (Tufts University 1981 and MIT 1985) and founder of Technology & Engineering providing engineering services. She was involved in designing aircraft engines for GE and worked on the Space Shuttle program for NASA designing and installing Special Payloads. She has also provided program management in start up businesses here and in India. Nikhil Shenoy graduated from TJHSST in 2002, MIT in 2006 and the University of Chicago in 2014. After working at Goldman Sachs, Proctor and Gamble, and Kastle Systems, he is now CEO of Colvin Run Networks, a company that he started in northern Virginia to offer artificial intelligence and blockchain solutions to governments.  

 

Parents, register at this Zoom link: https://bit.ly/TJDiversityTalk1

Submit questions in advance here: https://bit.ly/tjdiversitytalks

 

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Calendar Reminder: Winter Break Is December 21 to January 1, 2021

As a reminder, this year winter break starts on December 21 and ends on January 1, 2021. All students will resume classes virtually on Tuesday, January 5, 2021. Monday, January 4, 2021, is an asynchronous (independent) day. There will be no morning meeting, small group instruction, or specialist offerings on this day.

See the complete 2020-21 school year calendar

Message from the Principal

As we look forward to the final weeks of 2020, and the promise of a new and improved 2021, I am filled with a great deal of pride in our community for coming together during such a difficult and stressful year.  We have faced the challenges and ever-changing policies this global pandemic posed to us with patience, flexibility, and grace.  I feel so fortunate to be a part of the SHES family as we have constantly put our students’ safety, and well-being first and foremost in our decision-making throughout the year. 

I hope each one of our students, families, and staff members will take the approaching time off from school to enjoy some much-needed holiday cheer, rest, and relaxation. Of course, I hope you will continue to read, write, and play together during our time away from classes.

If you want to schedule a time to connect with me this month or after the holidays, please contact my Administrative Assistant, Kathy N. Hammond, at knhammond@fcps.edu.  She can schedule a phone call or BBCU meeting with me.  I am always happy to talk and address any questions or concerns you may have as we look forward to 2021 together.

Enjoy your holiday!  Stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to seeing you in the new year. 

 

All my best,

Interim-Principal Sal Rivera

Winter Break Meal Service Updates
  • Friday, 12/18 -- Bus routes will offer 4 days of breakfast and lunch Grab & Go locations will offer 4 days of breakfast and lunch
  • Monday, 12/21 -- Bus routes will offer 4 days of breakfast and lunch Grab & Go locations will not distribute any meals  
  • Tuesday, 12/22 -- Bus routes will offer 4 days of breakfast and lunch Grab & Go locations will offer 14-day meal kits. Meal Kits sites will offer 14-day meal kits
  • Wednesday, 12/23 through Friday, 1/1/21 -- No food service
  • Monday, 1/4/2021 -- Bus routes delivering breakfast and lunch will resume daily service
  • Tuesday, 1/5/2021 -- Grab & Go locations resume daily meal distribution
  • Wednesday, 1/6/2021 -- Sites that distribute 7-day meal kits resume
Return To School

The Fairfax County School Board meeting will be held virtually on December 17 at 7 p.m. View the meeting online at https://www.fcps.edu/tv/ch99

Elementary Family Life Education (FLE) Instruction Human Growth and Development (HGD):

Human Growth and Development is taught in grades 4-6. Our HGD will be taught by our classroom teachers in the Spring. There will be a virtual parent preview night prior to the start of HGD. We will send more information about the lessons that will be taught and the timeline for instruction closer to the date.

Opt-out letters and forms, parent preview night letters, and confirmation of opt-out requests are available at http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/is/hpe/index.html.  Parents/guardians wishing to opt their child out of FLE instruction may return the completed opt-out form either in hardcopy or attached to an email.  Parents/guardians may also send an email stating the lesson(s) they are opting out of. 

McLean/Langley Boundary Change Information

FCPS is continuing to study the boundary adjustment process for McLean High School and Langley High School. A meeting was held earlier in December to address questions and concerns regarding proposals and phase-in plans for boundary adjustments.  Families in the Springhill ES attendance area may potentially be affected.

Please visit this website to learn more about the boundary issue.

To leave comments or send in questions on the boundary presentation McLeanBoundary@fcps.edu

Science Olympiad Invitational Competition  

Spring Hill Science Olympiad (SO) team participated in the Lake Braddock Division B SO Invitational Competition on Saturday December 12, 2020. There were 91 teams from nationwide to compete in 21 events. The division B competition had both middle school and elementary school teams. Spring Hill SO team performed quite well and ranked the 1st among all elementary schools and 27th  when counting middle schools!  Special shout out goes to Aliana Yee and Summer Innanchai for their 10thplace in Circuit Lab, Ansh Chadalavada and Ali Imran for their 11thplace in Helicopter, and Alicia Yee and Ryan Minton for their 16thplace in Road Scholar! Way to go Panthers! 

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  December 19th-January 3rd - Winter Break

 

Calling all Spring Hill Artists and Writers!

The Connection Newspaper’s Annual Children’s Edition will be published at the end of December. Submit your best artwork and writing to the newspaper by Friday, December 11, for possible inclusion in this year’s edition. Click on this link for details on how to submit:  

http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/news/2020/dec/01/editorial-time-send-art-childrens-connection/

Longfellow Middle School Rising 7th Grade Transition Events

We are dedicated to supporting your student’s transition to middle school and we look forward to seeing you at our transition events!

 

Virtual Curriculum Night- January 14 from 6:00pm-8:00pm

Please join us for our Virtual Rising 7th Grade Curriculum Night on Thursday, January 14 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  During this evening you will learn about middle courses, student life, the after school program, and the registration process.  *Early sessions for Special Education and ESOL Information will  take place at 5:30pm.  

 

Virtual Family Registration Night- January 21 from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Please bring your students and join us for Family Registration Night on Thursday, January 21 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.  Longfellow counselors will review how to sign up for classes, walk you through the process, and be available to answer questions.

 

Links to these events will be sent out in advance.  We will also post a recording on our Longfellow homepage, if you are unable to attend.  If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Brooks, Director of Student Services, at MLBrooks@fcps.edu

Langley HS Choir

Dr. Lambert, Langley High School Choir director, is working creatively to help students understand the opportunities for students future.

The music department hopes you and your families are all doing well and that you are hanging in there!

Langley High School had their first virtual concert last Thursday using the PTSA’s Zoom account and it went pretty well. Here is a link to the program and the videos that were premiered. CLICK HERE  for the program. CLICK HERE to view the performance. There are a total of 8 songs at around 20 minutes. Enjoy!

Interested in joining? CLICK HERE for more information

Library Curbside Pickup

Library Curbside Service – If your child needs books to read over winter break, the Spring Hill Library will be offering curbside pickup on 12/10 pm, 12/11 am, 12/14 pm, and 12/17. Please request books as soon as possible and the librarians will contact you to schedule pickup. Information on how to request books is available on the Library button on the Panther Portal or the library website (student Google login required). Please email Miss Ciullo and Mrs. DeVylder with any questions at SpringHillLibrary@fcps.edu.

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Reminders December 19th-January 3rd - Winter Break Message from the Principal Dear Spring Hill Families,

I hope you all enjoyed a much needed and well-deserved Thanksgiving break with your families.  In the spirit of the holiday season, I want to express my deepest gratitude to the entire Spring Hill Community for warmly welcoming me as your interim Principal.  It is my honor to lead such an amazing staff during this uncertain and difficult time.

Please be assured that the staff is working diligently and tirelessly on installing appropriate safety measures and protocols, upgrading our technology resources, and advancing positive teaching methods.  It is our goal to provide the best education imaginable to all our students while maintaining the safest possible learning environment.

Since I first joined the Panther Family, I have enjoyed virtually meeting with many of our wonderful family members, and I look forward to continuing to meet more of you in the coming months.  I welcome your ongoing questions, and I appreciate the opportunity to address your concerns as best I can.  Please contact my Administrative Assistant, Kathy N. Hammond, at knhammond@fcps.edu if you would like to schedule a BBCU meeting or phone call with me.

Thank you for your continued patience, flexibility, and devotion to our students’ education and welfare.

Have a safe and happy holiday season.

Sal Rivera

Library Curbside Pickup

Library Curbside Service – If your child needs books to read over winter break, the Spring Hill Library will be offering curbside pickup on 12/10 pm, 12/11 am, 12/14 pm, and 12/17. Please request books as soon as possible and the librarians will contact you to schedule pickup. Information on how to request books is available on the Library button on the Panther Portal or the library website (student Google login required). Please email Miss Ciullo and Mrs. DeVylder with any questions at SpringHillLibrary@fcps.edu.

Are you looking for ways for your children to connect with peers? Girl Scouts is open to girls in grades K-6.

At Girl Scouts, your daughter will prepare for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure in a safe, no-limits place designed for and by girls. Please visit https://www.girlscouts.org to learn more about Girl Scouts and email Spring Hill parent Jenn Ruscio at girlscoutsshes@gmail.com for questions about Girl Scout groups at Spring Hill.   

 

Cub Scouts is open to boys and girls in grades K-5.

It’s fun, hands-on learning for the whole family and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life. Please visit https://www.scouting.org/programs/cub-scouts/ to learn more about Cub Scouts and email Spring Hill parent Liz Garza at lizleavitt@gmail.com for information specific to Spring Hill Cub Scout Pack 1144.  

 

Scouts BSA is open to boys and girls ages 11-17.

Scouting is adventure, family, fun, character, leadership and so much more! Please visit https://www.scouting.org to learn more about Scouts BSA as an organization. Current and former Spring Hill families are involved in two different Scouts Troops in our area. For more information on Troop 869 at Trinity United Methodist Church in McLean email former Spring Hill parent Amy Prewett at acprewett@yahoo.com.  For more information on Troop 1128 at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church in Vienna email Dani Stephens at jointroop1128@gmail.com.  

 

All Groups have been following safety protocols and meeting through the fall. These groups are always open to new members.

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Reminders November 25th-29th - Thanksgiving Break  December 19th-January 3rd - Winter Break From the AAP office: Level IV Referral Deadline and 2nd Grade Pool Candidates  Reminder: Referral Window for Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Level IV Screening Consideration Ends December 1

Tuesday, December 1 is the close of the window (Sept 8-Dec 1) for parents to submit a referral form for their student to be screened for full-time Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Level IV. The parent referral form, submitted this year by email to your Advanced Academics Resource Teacher or Principal, is one pathway to have a student screened for AAP Level IV. The 2nd grade screening pool is now likely to come after the referral deadline. Please remember, the pool is an internal system process and a parent’s pathway to screening is by referral. Parents should not wait for an announcement of the second-grade screening pool if they want to make sure their student is screened for AAP in the coming screening cycle.  Parents of students in grades 2-7 will need to submit the referral form by December 1. Referrals will not be accepted after December 1. For more information about AAP Level IV or the screening process, please visit https://www.fcps.edu/academics/academic-overview/advanced-academic-programs.

Grab & Go Meal Updates Arrival Time Departure Time Stop Location

11:58 PM updated 

12:08 PM updated

Huntmaster La & Timberly La

12:13 PM updated

12:23 PM updated

Spring Hill ES

12:27 PM updated

12:37 PM updated

The Rotunda & International Dr

Spring Hill ES - New Employment Opportunity

Spring Hill ES and other FCPS schools and centers will be hiring classroom monitors to provide in-person classroom assistance and supervision of students.    

If you would like more information about the position, please review the job description and qualifications online and apply

If you are interested in this opportunity at Spring Hill please also email admin.

Please feel free to share information about this opportunity with anyone else you think may be interested.

Per FCPS policy, parents cannot volunteer as classroom monitors, but parents can be hired to serve in that capacity.

Important updates and Date Changes with our Phase-In Plan  Group 5: Kindergarten - TBD Group 6: 1st and 2nd Grade- 12/8-Students return in-person (tentative) Preparation Days: All Gr 1 & 2 Teachers Nov 30, 12/7, 12/3, 12/4 

Note: Grade 1 & 2 students will be asynchronous for all subjects on these dates except specials and morning meetings on these dates.  No more Monday Specials after November 23rd. Previously scheduled asynchronous dates are now synchronous. Students will have small groups on Monday, November 13th. Teachers will email families with more specific schedules.

Group 7: 3rd-6th Grade 1/12/2021-Students return in-person (tentative) Preparation Days: All Gr 3-6  Teachers Jan. 4, 11, 19, 21 (may change based on start date)

Note: Grades 3-6 students will be asynchronous for all subjects except specials and morning meetings on these dates. No more Monday Specials after November 23rd.Previously scheduled asynchronous dates are now synchronous.

 

Students are scheduled for in-person either Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday/Friday. Students who are 100% virtual will receive 100% virtual instruction (as they have been receiving). As we prepare to have each group of students attend in-person, we will be holding parent coffees to communicate our specific plan, dates TBD.

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