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We love seeing the excitement in our students' faces when they share their learning!

Next week, students will be learning about Teamwork.  Teamwork is the ability and willingness to place overall group success as a higher priority than individual achievement. 

Grab and go meals are available to ALL students. In addition, FNS will offer breakfast and lunch meals for Saturday during distribution on Fridays.  Food distribution locations and times are posted and updated frequently on the website:  https://www.fcps.edu/return-school/food

Parents, We Need Your Consent for Select Digital Resources

Teachers are excited to begin using digital resources with our students, but we need all parent permission ASAP. 

You can find our school’s list of the resources that require parental consent here: https://oaktones.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Included on this page is also a link to a form where the enrolling parent or guardian will need to indicate whether or not their student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval and why we must request your consent before using certain tools.

We encourage you to complete the parental consent for digital resources form as soon as possible, as your child will not be able to use the digital resources until we have received your permission.

Please reach out to if your child’s teacher if you have questions or concerns about the digital resources we’ve chosen to use this year.

SR&R Updates and SR&R Parent Acknowledgement Form

Please review the Student Rights and Responsibilities and related resources at www.fcps.edu/srr.  After reviewing the information, fill out the SR&R Parent Acknowledgement Form using this link.  The form must be filled out one time per student.

Library Curbside Checkout Information

  • The OES Library will run our second curbside pick up on Thursday, October 1. Students in grades 3-6 are invited to participate.  These students have had library lessons on how to place holds on books in Destiny.
  • Students who have holds ready for curbside pick up will receive an automated email to their @fcpsschools.net account the afternoon/evening before pick up day.  Next week that will be Wednesday, Sept. 30th. If an email is not received by late afternoon/evening the day before pick up, the items are not ready.
  • Thursday, Oct. 1st, pick up hours will be 12:15-1:45PM and 3:45-5:15PM.
  • Please have your student’s name and teacher name written and visible on a piece of paper in the car window to expedite delivery.
  • Please drive through the bus loop and wear a mask during pick up.
  • There will be laundry baskets on a cart for any book returns.
  • Tutorials and “how to” videos are posted in your student’s Google Classroom/resource site and in the OES Library Google Site.
  • Questions? Contact Mrs. Harmon at cjharmon@fcps.edu
  • Don’t forget to return your old books on any curbside day when you are finished 😊

ADVANCED ACADEMIC PROGRAMS (AAP) ELEMENTARY CONTINUUM OF SERVICES

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) offers a continuum of advanced academic services for all students in Grades K-12. Learning experiences are designed to develop higher-level thinking through enrichment, acceleration, and extension of the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs). Teachers, administrators, and Advanced Academic Resource Teachers (AARTs) work together to provide the following levels of services at the elementary level. A video showing each level of service in action, as well as information about middle and high school services, can be found at https://www.fcps.edu/academics/elementary-school-academics-k-6/advanced-academics.

  • Critical and Creative Thinking Lessons, Grades K-6 (Level I)

Level I services are provided to all students in Kindergarten through Grade 6. Level I services includes teaching students to use critical and creative thinking skills to process content. It also includes periodic opportunities to use advanced academic curriculum throughout the year. Student responses to these lessons are used as part of the identification process for Levels II-IV. Parents may practice the nine strategies during family conversations and activities. Descriptions and videos of the nine critical and creative thinking strategies can be found at https://www.fcps.edu/academics/elementary-school-academics-k-6/advanced-academics/critical-and-creative-thinking.

Because Level I services are for all FCPS students, there is not a screening process. 

  • Differentiated Lessons in Areas of Academic Strength, Grades K-6 (Level II)

Level II services are available for students in Kindergarten through Grade 6 for students with strength in a specific subject area. The AART collaborates with classroom teachers to provide additional challenges using materials from the AAP Curriculum Framework for Levels II-IV to extend and enrich in the subject area strength. Screening for this level of service is ongoing throughout the school year. Multiple criteria are used to screen for this level of service and decisions are made at the local school level.

To have your student screened for Level II services, complete the AAP School-Based Referral Form available on the Forms page: https://www.fcps.edu/node/38893.

  • Part-Time Advanced Academic Programs, Grades 3-6 (Level III)

Level III services are available for students in Grades 3-6 who are eligible for part-time direct services from the AART. Students are identified by a screening committee at the local school.  The AART uses materials from the AAP Curriculum Framework for Levels II-IV in the four core subject areas through either a weekly pull-out class or weekly co-teaching model with the classroom teacher. Screening for this level of service is ongoing throughout the school year.  Multiple criteria are used to screen for this level of service and decisions are made at the local school level.

To have your student screened for Level III services, complete the AAP School-Based Referral Form available on the Forms page: https://www.fcps.edu/node/38893.

  • Full-Time Advanced Academic Programs, Grades 3-8 (Level IV)

Level IV services are available for students in Grades 3-8 who are found eligible through a central selection process. Eligible students use curriculum from the AAP Curriculum Framework in the four academic subject areas on a full-time basis.

Multiple criteria are reviewed to determine eligibility for all FCPS advanced academic services. The countywide central selection committee determines eligibility for full-time AAP Level IV placement.

Screening for Level IV services occurs during specific screening cycles: 

  • Fall screening is held for students who are new to FCPS and have been referred
  • Spring screening is held for any FCPS-enrolled student who has been referred

Due to the volume of files screened centrally for Level IV services, deadlines are strictly held. 

  • A referral form may be turned in during the referral window (beginning on the first day of school, ending on the published deadline)
  • Students new to FCPS may be considered for Fall screening and Spring screening
  • The referral form is available on the Forms page: https://www.fcps.edu/node/38893

Additional information about the holistic screening process and information used for screening can be found at https://www.fcps.edu/registration/advanced-academics-identification-and-placement/current-fcps-students

Middle and High School AAP

Additional information about middle and high school services may be found on the Advanced Academic Programs web page:

Elementary Parent Information Meeting

Two parent information meetings will be held at local schools.  A meeting about the continuum of services will be held at Oakton Elementary on September 29 at 6:30 PM.  A second meeting will be held on October 5 at 6:30 PM to explain and answer questions about the screening processes for part-time school-based and full-time Level IV services.

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Ability Testing

For current information on ability testing, please visit the Testing and Identification Timeline at https://www.fcps.edu/registration/advanced-academics-identification-and-placement/current-fcps-students/testing-and.

Students must have one ability test score to go through the Level IV screening process. 

Upcoming Dates:

September 25 - Last day to purchase spirit wear!

September 28-October 5 - Enrichment classes registration

September 29 - Advanced Academic Programs in FCPS and at OES, 6:30PM, Virtual Meeting

October 5 - Learn about the Advanced Academic Programs Level IV screening process, 6:30PM, Virtual Meeting

October 7 - PTA Dining for Dollars - Chick Fil A, 4:00-8:00PM

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OES Weekly Message

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Even teachers need a screen break :)

Thank you to everyone who joined us for Back to School Night this week.  We enjoyed meeting you and sharing our plans for the year.  We continue to appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate the technical world of virtual learning.  Not everything will be perfect, but we will continue to do our very best for each of our students.

Below you will find information about our wonderful PTA.  The PTA does so much for Oakton students, staff, and community.  We truly would not be the great school we are without them.  Please consider joining!  PTA fundraising goes directly to our students - with these funds, we purchase classroom library books, reading programs (such as Fundations), math manipulatives, student laptops, music instruments, PE equipment, and so much more. Also below you will find where to purchase OES spiritwear. Every Friday is SPIRIT day - and we love to hype our school by sporting our Panther wear!  Finally, you will see an opportunity for students to participate in Enrichment activities.  If your child is looking for more to do outside of the school day - this is a great opportunity to explore new activities.

This week, students will be learning about Curiosity.  Curiosity is a crucial component of one's character. Our innate urge for discovery and exploration is a key element of our human desire for wisdom and knowledge. It’s what keeps us intrigued in the plotlines of movies and books. It’s what pushes us to try new activities or travel to different places. All individuals experience curiosity, but differ in their willingness to experience it – behaviorally, intellectually, and emotionally. Curiosity is associated with novelty seeking. Novelty-seekers are more willing to endure risks – such as physical risks of skydiving or social risks of meeting new people – in order to gain the benefits of new experiences. Curiosity is also associated with being receptive to exploring new ideas, feelings, or values – which carry their own inherent risks and rewards.

Assessments Update

In the next few weeks your child will be taking a variety of assessments across content areas. The purpose of these assessments is to determine students’ areas of strength and growth. This data will help drive the teachers’ instruction and enable differentiation to best support your child this school year. These assessments will not be graded. To ensure equity, these assessments should be completed independently by the student. Below are a few suggestions on ways to encourage your child, rather than help, while they take assessments in the virtual environment.

Remind your child that the assessment is not graded and will be used by their teacher to help them learn this school year. It is okay if they do not know the answer to a question as it will tell the teacher that they need help to learn that concept.

Examples of How You Can Encourage Students During Test Taking

Please Avoid Using These Ideas While Students Take a Test

  • I noticed you are working hard on this question, keep it up
  • Go back and read the question carefully
  • Try your best
  • Take your time, if you need a break get up and stretch
  • Sound out the word, use the part you know
  • Reread, think about what makes sense
  • Don’t spend too much time on any one question
  • Providing the answer
  • Giving the definition of a word
  • Sounding out a word with a student
  • Counting with a student
  • Process of elimination with the student
  • Pointing to a specific part of the question

 

10 Things to Know about Curbside Checkout

1.  The OES Library will run our first curbside check out on Friday, September 25th. Students in grades 5 and 6 are invited to participate.  These students have had library lessons on how to place holds on books in Destiny.

2.  Holds must be placed by 9:00 AM Tuesday, September 22.

3.  Students who have holds ready for Friday pickup will receive an automated email to their @fcpsschools.net account the afternoon/evening of Thursday, September 24  If an email is not received Thursday afternoon, the items are not ready for Friday pickup.

4.  Pickup hours are Fridays 7:45-9:15AM and 12:15-1:45PM.

5.  Please have your student’s name and teacher name written and visible on a piece of paper in the car window to expedite delivery.

6.  Please drive through the bus loop and wear a mask during pickup.

7.  There will be laundry baskets on a cart for any book returns.

8.  Tutorials and “how to” videos are posted in your student’s Google Classroom and in the OES Library Google Site.

9.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Harmon at cjharmon@fcps.edu

10.  Don’t forget to return your books on any curbside day when you are finished 😊

AAP Level IV Screening Updates for 2020-21 School Year

Due to the ongoing pandemic, there will be a few adjustments to the Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Level IV screening processes for the 2020-21 school year. Below please find some important notes for parents.    

Timeline for Submitting an AAP Level IV Referral (Sept 8-Dec 1):

  • Referrals for AAP level IV screening will be collected between September 8 through December 1, 2020.
  • Referral forms will be collected via email, sent to the Advanced Academic Resource Teacher (AART) and principal at the local school. The email will count as a digital signature for the referral. 
  • Please note referrals will not be accepted past December 1 in order to provide ample time for local schools to organize and submit screening portfolios to the central office.

Parent Input:

  • Required:  A referral form is required for any student (grades 2-7) whose parent would like them screened for full-time services but is not in the 2nd grade screening pool.  Parents will be notified by the local school if their second grade student is in the pool by November 1. Parents whose child is in the pool may submit the referral form but are not required.
  • Optional:  Parents have the option to submit the parent/guardian questionnaire and/or up to four pages of student work samples. These optional materials should be submitted to the Advanced Academic Resource Teacher at the local school when submitting the referral form. 
  • Discontinued: Awards and certificates will not be part of screening files.  

Testing Updates:

  • The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) will not be offered this school year.  
  • The one-time retest option for the Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test (NNAT) or CogAT test will not be available this school year. 
  • There will be a process for students without an abilities test on file to take the NNAT in December. Local schools will determine which students require the NNAT and will reach out to families to schedule safe and socially distanced testing.
  • Please note that while private testing that follows guidelines may be submitted, testing is only type of data considered. All ability tests are considered within the larger context of the overall screening portfolio. FCPS does not encourage families to seek additional testing beyond what FCPS provides to all students.

Additional information about the screening process will be shared through local school newsletters. Local schools will also communicate opportunities for parent information sessions on the AAP continuum of services and the screening processes for AAP levels II-IV.  

More information, including parent presentation videos and descriptions of all available AAP services K-12, is available online.

Upcoming Dates:

September 29 - Advanced Academic Programs in FCPS and at OES, 6:30PM, Virtual Meeting

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Thank you parents for your support and encouragement this first week!  We are so proud of our teachers and students and how they have handled this new virtual environment. 

We are looking forward to meeting with parents next week for Back to School Night sessions. Your child's teacher will share with you how to connect for the virtual session.  Additionally, we have created a Back to School Google Site for you.  Here you will find links to grade level pages, specials pages, important forms, and school flyers.  

Positivity Project

On Monday, we'll begin learning about the Other People Mindset. This mindset consists of the five elements intended to help people understand ways to build positive relationships in their own lives: identifying and appreciating the good in others, knowing my words and actions affect others, supporting others when they struggle, cheering others’ successes, and being present and giving others my attention.

Upcoming Dates:

September 14 - Back To School Night K-1, 6:00PM

September 14 - Back To School Night 2-3, 7:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 4-5, Autism, 6:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 6, 7:00PM

September 16 - PTA Meeting, 7:00PM

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The first day of school is upon us – Tuesday, September 8!  Hooray!  Thank you to everyone for attending the Virtual Orientations on Thursday. It was so wonderful to see the happy, excited faces of our students and begin making connections – we have missed those sweet smiles!

Although this year looks different than any other year, we are dedicated to providing your child(ren) a memorable, interactive, engaging distance learning experience. Our staff has been engaging in learning and planning rich instruction in order to build connections with their students and to help foster new relationships with their peers.  

Attendance Matters

In Virginia, public school students ages 5-18 are required to attend school regularly. Teachers will take attendance during learning sessions and ensure that all students are counted. Parents can assist with this process by:

  • Ensuring students log in to classes on time and throughout the day.
  • Calling or emailing the school attendance line if students are unable to participate.
  • Communicating any concerns to the school, such as difficulty logging in or accessing classes.
  • Reporting any hardship, such as student illness, or concern that might prevent the student from participating regularly.
  • Returning phone calls or emails when notified that students did not participate that day.
  • Ensuring that students submit assignments.

If your child is unable to log in to online instruction with a teacher, the teacher will be recording whole class instruction in the core subjects and specials and posting the video to their Google Classroom, so it can be viewed later. Videos can also be viewed multiple times to help students retain new information, as needed.

Teachers will work with parents to ensure that the transition to virtual learning is as smooth as possible.

Beginning of the Year Forms

Every school year we collect vital information from our families during the first few days and weeks of school.

Required Forms

Forms to Complete On-Line

Please fill out these forms electronically. Forms can be accessed through WeCare, scanned and emailed to Sandie Horton, student registrar at sghorton@fcps.edu.  Some of the forms are explained in greater detail below.

Emergency Care Form 

Health Information Form  

Homeless Student Referral Form 

Identification of Military Families 

FLE Opt Out 

Parent consent for digital tools  

Health Information and Emergency Care Forms – Please complete asap

As the school year begins virtually, it is important that Emergency Care Forms and Health Forms for your student are updated as soon as possible. These forms are critical in the early identification of students who may need healthcare support in the educational environment. Along with the development of Healthcare Plans (HCP) and Action Plans, the Public Health Nurses (PHN) utilize the information contained in the health form to develop teaching strategies for FCPS staff in order to meet the requirements of Regulation 2104 Health Services-School Health Related Needs.

Both of these forms are required for all students for SY 20-21 and are available for electronic submission by parents via their FCPS 24/7 (Blackboard) accounts within the WeCare@School (WeCare) module.

 

SR&R Updates and SR&R Parent Acknowledgement Form

Please review the Student Rights and Responsibilities and related resources at www.fcps.edu/srr.  After reviewing the information, fill out the SR&R Parent Acknowledgement Form using this link.  The form must be filled out one time per student.

Positivity Project

This year, Oakton will continue implementing the Positivity Project(P2). P2 is dedicated to empowering America’s youth to build strong relationships and to understand, appreciate, and exemplify the character strengths in us all. Every 1-2 weeks, students learn about a new character strength.

It is easier than ever for Oakton families to access P2 resources this year! The site P2 For Families is available for connecting P2 to your home. Many of the slides are password protected and the password is P2 (case-sensitive).

Technology/Support for Families

Parent Technology Help Desk

On Monday, August 24, FCPS launched a toll-free Parent Technology Help Desk to assist families with technology issues. The number is 1-833-921-3277 (833-921-FCPS). It will be answered 7 a.m.-11 p.m., seven days a week. Parents who need help in a language other than English should let help desk staff know, and an interpreter will join them on the line. (FCPS has Parent Information Phone Lines available in eight languages to assist with general questions about FCPS.)

FCPS has also created an online portal for older students and parents/guardians to request technology help.

Upcoming Dates:

September 4 - School Closed

September 7 - Labor Day - School Closed

September 8 -  First Day of School!  Morning Meetings start @ 9:15AM

September 14 - Back To School Night K-1, 6:00PM

September 14 - Back To School Night 2-3, 7:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 4-5, Autism, 6:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 6, 7:00PM

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Virtual Orientation

With the new Virtual Learning Environment comes new terms and vocabulary. This year, we are holding our first "Virtual Orientation" on Thursday, September 3 (see below for specific times). This orientation will be similar to the traditional Open House.  Teachers will be meeting with the entire class at one time (virtually).  Parents are welcome to join.  The time together will be focused on:

  • Building relationships and community
  • Learning how virtual learning will work: logging into students’ FCPS accounts to access virtual classroom links, and using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, and Google Meet
  • Ensuring students are prepared for a successful first day of school and school year.

The link to the Virtual Orientation will be found in your child's gmail account. For students in K-3, the link should arrive in their gmail account by Tuesday.  Students in 4-6 already have their link (It's the same one you used for the the Meet & Greet). This link will be used to connect with your classroom teacher for instruction.  

Back to School Night

In addition to the Virtual Orientation, grade level teams will be holding a Virtual Back to School Night.  This is an opportunity for parents to learn about:

  • Curriculum 
  • Review of attendance, schedules, procedures, and routines.
  • Grading and assessments.

Teachers will send a link for BTSN to parents.  See below for specific dates/times.

Easing In...

Virtual Learning is new to all of us.  As a school staff, we have had many conversations about how to best approach this style of instruction and learning with our students.  We want to provide engaging, fun, and educationally rich instruction for all of our students, while maintaining a healthy balance of time away from the screen. The county has been very directive in the amount of "live" instruction that we must provide, and thus, our master schedule reflects this expectation.  Nevertheless, we understand that just like training for a marathon, we must pace ourselves and build up our stamina.  Our teachers will be easing into this schedule to best meet the needs of our students and help them successfully transition to the virtual platform.

Parents, We Need Your Consent for Select Digital Resources

At Oakton Elementary, our teachers will use a variety of digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. You can find our school’s list of the resources that require parental consent here: https://oaktones.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Included on this page is also a link to a form where the enrolling parent or guardian will need to indicate whether or not their student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval and why we must request your consent before using certain tools.

We encourage you to complete the parental consent for digital resources form as soon as possible, as your child will not be able to use the digital resources until we have received your permission.

Please reach out to if your child’s teacher if you have questions or concerns about the digital resources we’ve chosen to use this year.

Technology/Support for Families

Parent Technology Help Desk

On Monday, August 24, FCPS launched a toll-free Parent Technology Help Desk to assist families with technology issues. The number is 1-833-921-3277 (833-921-FCPS). It will be answered 7 a.m.-11 p.m., seven days a week. Parents who need help in a language other than English should let help desk staff know, and an interpreter will join them on the line. (FCPS has Parent Information Phone Lines available in eight languages to assist with general questions about FCPS.)

FCPS has also created an online portal for older students and parents/guardians to request technology help.

Upcoming Dates:

September 3 - Virtual Orientation:

  • Kindergarten - 8:30AM
  • 1st Grade - 9:15AM
  • Autism - 9:15AM
  • 2nd Grade - 10:15AM
  • 3rd Grade - 11:15AM
  • 4th Grade - 1:15PM
  • 5th Grade - 2:15PM
  • 6th Grade - 3:15PM

September 4 - School Closed

September 7 - Labor Day - School Closed

September 8 -  First Day of School!

September 14 - Back To School Night K-1, 6:00PM

September 14 - Back To School Night 2-3, 7:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 4-5, Autism, 6:00PM

September 15 - Back To School Night 6, 7:00PM

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Dear Oakton Parents,

As you know, we’re getting ready for the first day of school on Tuesday, September 8.  Our teachers are excited to meet their new students! You will be receiving an email from your child's teacher today or Monday with details about how to connect with them for a virtual Meet & Greet session prior to school starting.  

Laptops

Since all students are learning online this fall, we want to make sure every child who needs a laptop, has one. Mr. Eck has scheduled laptop pick-up for next week for those who have requested one.  You should have received an email from him with a specific day/time.  If you arrive early, please wait in your car until your scheduled time.  Thank you for helping keep everyone safe. 

To abide by safety protocols, only 1 adult may accompany each child. Strict adherence to the health department's guidelines on device sanitization and social distancing will be in effect. Masks are mandatory and you must answer NO to all of the screening questions. If the answer to any of the questions is YES, please contact Mr. Eck to reschedule your appointment at kaeck@fcps.edu

We encourage you to bring your child with you to pick up his/her laptop at your scheduled time.  Please know your child's username and password, if they were a previous student, for logging into his/her school laptop.  

Daily Schedule

Last week, we shared with you a draft master schedule.  Thank you for the feedback.  We have made some adjustments.  This continues to be a draft and slight changes may continue to be made before school starts.  Here is the latest version. 

Thank you!

As always, thank you for partnering with us.  Your children are our priorities, and we want to do everything right to get them settled into the virtual learning environment that we’re building. We appreciate your support and understanding as we all navigate this new normal.

Sincerely,

Chris Kelley & Keith Eck

Upcoming Dates:

September 3:  Virtual Orientation

September 8:  First Day of School!

 

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Congratulations to our 6th grade class!  We will miss you all!

Summer Continuity of Learning

Students currently in grades K-6 will receive both a Mathematics and a Language Arts Essentials Summer Practice Book in the US mail by the end of June. 

Digital versions of the books will also be posted on the Continuity of Learning Blackboard page. These books will provide recommended practice activities for students to review essential content from the 2019-2020 school year; they are not intended to preview content from next year’s grade level but rather reinforce essential learning from this past year. 

As students access these activities from June 29 to July 31, they will have the opportunity to attend one virtual office hour each week with one of our own outstanding staff members. The schedule is as follows: 

Kindergarten: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00

Grade 1:  Mondays 9:00-10:00

Grade 2:  Wednesdays 11:00-12:00

Grade 3:  Thursdays 10:00-11:00

Grade 4: Tuesdays 11:00-12:00

Grade 5: Wednesdays 10:00-11:00

Grade 6:  Mondays 10:00-11:00

Special Education:  Wednesdays 1:00-2:00

ESOL:  Tuesdays 3:30-4:30

To register your child for office hours and receive a secure link, please complete this form Once registered, your child will receive log-in information via their FCPS Google email address prior to the first session.

Thank you so much for sticking with us through the ins and outs of distance learning.  We are so pleased with the progress our students have made.  We couldn't be more proud of them and we are thankful for our tremendous staff who value our students and their achievement.

We would like to thank our outgoing PTA Board:

President: Karen Rose

VP, Communications: Bridgette Polmar

VP, Fundraising: Jen Maki

VP, Membership:  Nicole White

VP, Volunteer Resources: Mimi Chou

Recording Secretary: Donna Kakarala

Treasurer: Gary Korolev

We appreciate their dedication and the numerous hours they have so graciously volunteered to make Oakton the best school it can be. We continue to be grateful to all who support our school and the many opportunities that are afforded to our students by our volunteers. 

Best wishes to all of our students and their families who are leaving Oakton.  We will miss each and every one of you!

Have a great summer!

Ms. Gleason and Ms. Georgacopoulos put together a Visual Art Show  Please enjoy!

 

End-of-Year Medication Disposal Guidelines

All medications currently in the health room must be picked up by parents by 3:00PM on Monday, June 15. Medicine not picked up by parents will be discarded. For additional information, email Mr. Eck, kaeck@fcps.edu 

Check out the SCA Fundraiser Video here

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