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If your child must stay home due to illness or emergency, please notify our attendance line at 703-326-5252 or [email protected].
We are so proud of our mathematicians for working towards meeting personal and collective goals. This week our students exceeded our goal of completing an average of 50 puzzles; they completed an average of 65 ST Math puzzles! There's one week remaining in the #STMathWinterChallenge.
Let's go, Dragons!
Webinars and Events for Parents This Week
FCPS’ Parent Resource Center (PRC) is dedicated to helping adults support the success of all students. The PRC will present the following webinars in February:
- Thursday, February 9, at 7 p.m., Meet the Author Series: All Cats are on the Autism Spectrum by Kathy Hoopmann
- Friday, February 10, at 10 a.m., Neurodiversity at Elementary Schools
Click on the titles above for more information and to register.
Volunteers Needed to Support Our Salad Bar Reopening
at Dranesville Elementary School
We would love volunteers to support students in accessing the salad bar during lunches throughout the first month of our salad bar reopening, February 28th-March 28th. We are in need of helping hands from 11:00-1:30. Please email our Family Liaison, Jackson Moscoso to sign up to volunteer for a day or more, as your schedule allows.
Thank you for sharing your time and lending a helping hand as we reopen our salad bar!
- Students, grades K-12—$1.75
- Reduced-price breakfast for qualifying students – no charge
- Elementary school—$3.25
- Middle school—$3.50
- Secondary and high school—$3.50
- Reduced-price lunch for qualifying students – no charge
Milk (Sold Separately)
- Students and adults—60¢
Add funds to your child's meal account using My School Bucks.
Need Assistance? Apply for Free or Reduced Meal Prices.
Low-Cost Internet for Free and Reduced-Price Eligible Students
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to lower internet costs for families with children who have been eligible for free or reduced-price meals within the last 12 months. A qualifying household will receive $30 per month toward internet services and a one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet. Families can check their eligibility and register at AffordableConnectivity.gov or by calling 877-384-2575.
The FCPS CARES Program is an opportunity for parents, staff, and community members to recognize FCPS employees for going above and beyond to help others and show they care.
We invite you to submit your story, so we can all acknowledge the good work of FCPS employees, specifically at Dranesville.
February 6 Second Quarter Progress Reports Available in SIS Parent Vue
February 6-10 School Counseling Week
February 7 Progress Reports in Blue Home School Communication Folder
February 13 100th Day of School
February 14 Dranesville Loves to Read Day
February 16 Group Photos for Yearbook
February 20 Holiday | No School | President's Day
March 2 Early Release | Dismissal at 2:05 pm
March 3 School Planning Day | No School | Kindergarten Orientation 10:00 am
March 6-10 Read Across America Week | Scholastic Book Fair
March 10 Book Character Day
April 3-7 Spring Break | No School| Main Office Closed
#DranesvilleCARES about each other and the world!