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AAP Center Orientation
Full Time Eligible AAP students in rising 3-6th grade and their Families are encouraged to attend White Oaks' Full Time AAP Center Orientation on Thursday, April 27th at 6 p.m. in the White Oaks Cafeteria.
Register now for FCPS summer camps, including Tech Adventure Camp for grades K-6
Elementary Institute for the Arts (EIFTA) for grades 2-5, and Institute for the Arts (IFTA) for grades 6-11.
FCPS COVID-19 Compensatory Education Plan
Learn more about the Compensatory Education Plan, which was created to support the needs of students with disabilities whose learning was impacted during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
FCPS News and Features
FCPS Students Earn 33 National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
FCPS students received 33 national awards through the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. FCPS students were recognized for original art and writing with one American Visions Medal, ten Gold Medals, one Silver Medal with Distinction, and 21 Silver Medals.
Ten FCPS Projects Earn Grand Prize Award in 2023 Regional Science and Engineering Fair
The 68th annual Fairfax County Regional Science and Engineering Fair showcased over 300 high school science projects. Ten FCPS projects received Grand Prize awards and are eligible to compete in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in May and many others are eligible to compete in the Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair to be held in April.
🏀 FCPS This Week - March 22 🏆
In this issue, learn more about updating your contact information, student awards, heard start, and the parent phone lines.
Six FCPS Teams, 40 Individuals Win 2022-23 VHSL Winter Sports Championships
Congratulations to all the FCPS student-athletes who participated in the 2022-23 winter sports season. This year, six teams and 40 individuals won the Virginia High School League Class 6 championship in their respective sports, and three teams and 38 individuals were the state runners-up. Four teams were repeat champions.