(Vea a continuación la traducción al español)Dear FCCPS Families, It has been another busy week full of outstanding online learning opportunities provided by our exceptional teachers and staff. I...
Dr. Warren Pace passed away on Sunday, October 18 (1928-2020). He served as FCCPS Superintendent for 20 years, from 1971 to 1991. He is pictured above with former superintendents Mary Ellen Shaw...
Dear FCCPS Families, Thank you so much for your continued support of our schools. I wanted to send a quick update today to ensure the communication continues to flow. There are a few items of note...
In this week's Friday Reopening Update, Dr. Noonan focuses on work for the Secondary (6-12) Reopening Plan, as well as some updates regarding our Elementary (K-5) Reopening Plan. Plus a few pieces of other information of support for our families. http://bit.ly/fccpsreopen1023view image
Practicing a socially distanced line! Every day is one step closer to students back in the TJ! 6 squares is 6 feet! We predict some hallway addition and multiplication practice is in store.
#BetterTogether @fccps #WearAMask #SocialDistance #6FeetApart #WashYourHandsview image
Introduced by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center in 2011, Unity Day is the "signature event" that brings communities together - united against bullying.
October 21st, 2020, we will celebrate OUR community’s united stance against bullying and recognize our decision to choose kindness….choose acceptance…choose inclusion.
Orange is the official Unity Day color. One of the simplest ways to show your stand against bullying is wear something Orange 🧡 on October 21st. A sock, a scarf, a t-shirt, a hat, a tie…anything orange in your closet counts!
@TJTigers #BetterTogether @fccps #WearAMask #SocialDistance #6FeetApart #11MoreVirtualSchoolDays #15MoreVirtualSchoolDays #VOTEview image
Event: FCEPTA Student Trivia Night - 2nd & 3rd Grade
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Event: FCEPTA Student Trivia Night - 4th & 5th Grade
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM