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Take a look at our recent Fox Mill Focus newsletter, as well as other news sent through the News You Choose email.
Please Complete Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid
Beginning on October 13, FCPS will be asking all families to fill out a Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid.
Returning this form is important because information from this survey results in an additional $3 million in grants each year from the U.S. Department of Education. Click here for more information.
Report safety issues online or by text message using the Safety Tipline. You may choose to identify yourself or remain anonymous.
Make Up Picture Day is Oct. 28
Did your child miss picture day? Make ups will be taken on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 28. All students who were absent on Picture Day or who enrolled at Fox Mill after September 15th will be photographed. Click here for more information.
Book Fair is Coming
Bookwork Bookfair will visit Fox Mill the week of Oct. 25-29 during library specials, and Monday, Nov. 1 is a family in-person day. Please click here for more information.
Leven IV AAP Parent Meeting
Parents/Guardians: You are invited to join Mrs. Pamela James to learn more about the Level IV AAP Screening procedures on Wednesday, Oct. 27 from 7-8 pm. Please refer to the News You Choose email sent the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 15 for the link to the Zoom meeting. Please reach out to Mrs. James with any questions prior to the meeting: email@example.com
Spirit Week is Oct. 25-30
This year we will recognize Bully Prevention Month and Red Ribbon Week simultaneously during the week of 10/25-10/29. Click here for spirit day details.
Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid
Starting on October 13, the Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid will be distributed to all FCPS families. For each school-aged child in your household, please complete, sign, date, and return the survey to your child’s school by November 5
Anticipated Bus Delays
Due to the bus driver shortage, we will be increasing “double back” bus runs, meaning a bus is required to run two scheduled routes back to back that would normally have been covered by two separate buses. These “double backs” may impact delivery time to schools or bus stops and may have a domino effect, affecting after-school drop-off times.
There is now a new Emergency Broadband Benefit available to eligible households through the Federal Communications Commission. This is a temporary benefit that will help to lower the cost of internet broadband service during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more.