Roadrunner Rundown

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Roadrunner Rundown

8/3/20

Topic

Description/Date

Principal Message 

Principal’s Message

School Events 

Registration continues.  Email Ms. Koshuta (mmarcumkoshu@fcps.edu) for more information.

Laptop and MiFi Distribution.  We will begin laptop and MiFi distribution to families who have expressed a need the week of August 24th.  If you need a laptop or MiFi, please complete this form.  Our Schoolbased Technology Specialist will be in contact with you.

Dr. Brabrand is expected to continue having Town Hall meetings through August.  More details should be available from the Superintendent’s office soon.

We are excited that teachers will return on August 14th.  That will begin three weeks of preparation for our school opening date of September 8th.  

Our theme this school year 2020-2021 is “Roadrunner Stories.”  We are excited to hear what’s been happening in our children’s lives this summer.  

The bell schedule for this year will follow closely with our bell schedule from last year.  Our current version has classes starting between 9:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. and ending by 3:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m., Tuesday to Friday.  On Mondays, teachers will be providing small group opportunities for intervention and/or enrichment.  Students in grades K to 2 will be from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Students in grades 3 to 6 will be from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

PTA 

The PTA is excited to welcome everyone to the new school year.  If you are interested in a volunteer or leadership role, please email Annemarie at president@marshallroadpta.org to learn more! 

FAQs

(Bi-weekly)

FCPS has been collecting and publishing  “Return to School - Frequently Asked Questions for Families” since the school closure.  Additionally, the PTA is collecting Marshall Road specific parent questions.  For a current list of questions and answers, please see our Parent FAQ document on our website.  Here are some highlights from this week’s questions:

  1. Will direct instruction look like instruction in the spring?  No. The fall schedule mirrors a regular school day.
  2. What will the bell schedule be?  We will follow a similar bell schedule to last year.  A more detailed schedule will be provided for families as soon as it is available. 
  3. What criteria will be used to determine whether/when it is safe to begin the hybrid in-school learning?  Dr. Brabrand is expected to communicate this in the coming weeks.
  4. What provisions will be made for special education students?  Services for a variety of needs will be provided either on Mondays or throughout the instructional week as they are during a typical school year.  As these are individualized needs, service providers will coordinate with families so they are aware of the schedule for service delivery.  Case managers will be reaching out to families before school begins.
  5. Can I just listen to recording to help my child in the evening since I work during the day?  FCPS is in the process of drafting attendance guidelines.  At this time, MRES's understanding is that attendance is mandatory for live sessions.  We are awaiting guidance from FCPS.  Additionally, unlike in the spring there will be 3-3.5 hours of instruction offered across a 5-6 hour time frame so it will be harder to take all that information in as compared to last spring. 
  6. What platform will we use for virtual learning?  More details are being provided to schools over the next week.  We are considering making a change at MRES to Google Meets based on information we should receive over the next few weeks.  However, we will not make this change if Google Meets does not reach the threshold for security and virtual tools available through the platform.

Learning Highlight

(Bi-weekly)

Teachers have been busy at work this summer preparing for the fall thanks to the generosity of our PTA.  Their learning included attendance at Teachers College that focuses on the science of reading, the Washington International School Summer Institute for Teachers which focuses on creating a culture of thinking in the classroom, LETRS, FCPS Equity Symposium and International Society for Technology Education’s Summer Learning Academy. 

FCPS Communications

FCPS will be communicating more details to families this week.  MRES specific communications will continue on Mondays through our Roadrunner Rundown.

For more information on the county’s Return to School plan, click here.

Pyramid Happenings

(Bi-weekly)

Madison Pyramid principals have been meeting weekly since the beginning of the pandemic.  They have been working together to ensure consistency in practice between schools and sharing resources.  They are committed to continued collaboration for the benefit of all our school communities.  We are ….. One School. One Community.  One World.

Parent (Resource) Corner 

FCPS is creating resources for families that will be rolled out over the month of August.  Additionally, we will provide specific MRES information to support families as we reopen school.  

Once school begins, teachers will continue providing families the Parent Weekly Learning Guides.

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MRES Parent Questions & Feedback – please speak up!

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Hello Roadrunner Parents,

Do you have questions about the 2020-21 school year?  Join the club!  After the FCPS announcement Tuesday night, we understand that there will be a lot of questions due to the shift to an all-virtual start - we want to hear from you.  We have created an ‘MRES Parent Questions & Feedback’ form.  Please submit your questions and feedback here.

Please be patient with us as we work through your questions!  We will do our very best to address EVERY question and, quite frankly, we may not have all of the answers.  Our goal is to bring some sense of clarity to our MRES families.  All submitted questions will be reviewed by our PTA officers, Principal Calvert and/or an MRES staff member.  They will respond to you directly with an answer to your question.  Please keep in mind that they will provide the most current information available.  We want our community to have the information they need so they can make decisions and stay informed.

Please speak up!  We want our community to be heard and be able to respond *together*. 

PTA and Principal Calvert

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FCPS Enrollment Survey

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Dear Marshall Road Families,

Thank you for taking the time to complete the FCPS Enrollment Survey for the 2020-21 school year.  89% of Marshall Road families responded to the survey.  As a reminder, we will plan in-person instruction for students for which no survey was completed.

The information you provided is critical for us to begin the next step in our planning process.  As we receive additional guidance from the county on scheduling, we kindly ask for your patience allowing us some time to work through each family’s response for either in-person or virtual instruction for the 2020-21 school year.  The complexities of aligning student and family choice with staff needs will take time to work through.  Our goal is to ensure we provide a safe learning environment where both students and staff can thrive given the constraints of the current landscape.  We promise to communicate to you as soon as we have worked through the myriad of details before us. 

We are aware how stressful it has been over the past few weeks as your family has worked through completing the Enrollment Survey.  As you begin to come up for air, we hope you take a moment to enjoy the sunshine, a few laughs and time with loved ones. 

Thank you again for your patience and flexibility.  September 8th will be here soon enough.

Liz Calvert, Matthew Chapman and Sue Kirby

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MRES Update - June 12, 2020

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Dear Marshall Road Families,

Another school year is in the books!  And what a year it has been.  Thank you for all the support you’ve provided Marshall Road; especially since March 12 when all our worlds seemed to change second by second.  Your patience and flexibility went a long way as we learned how to make distance learning a reality for the vast majority of our students.  We know we have more learning to do; but knowing you support us as we learn means the world.

While we don’t currently know what the fall will look like, rest assured, we will continue to be committed to doing our very best so our students can be their very best everyday.

Thanks again and have a wonderful summer!

Liz Calvert, Matthew Chapman and Sue Kirby

 

Summer Learning

FCPS school buildings will remain closed through the end of July. Therefore, we will continue to provide recommended distance learning opportunities for students throughout the summer. Your students will have access to skill practice through the iReady digital lessons through the FCPS public Universal Screener website. Students will need to enter their FCPS login credentials to access these resources. These digital activities will be available until Friday, July 31.

Additionally, students currently in grades K-6 will receive both a Mathematics and a Language Arts Essentials Summer Practice Book in the 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.  A schedule of office hours by grade level is at the bottom of this email.

If you have any questions about summer Continuity of Learning, please reach out to your child’s teacher.  To register your student 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. 

The schedule is as follows: 

Kindergarten, Ms. Nezam or Ms. Nusser: Tuesdays, 9:00 - 10:00

Grade 1, Ms. Wallace: Tuesdays, 10:00 - 11:00

Grade 2, Ms. Hudson: Tuesdays, 11:00 - 12:00

Grade 3, Ms. Armstrong or Ms. Martins: Wednesdays, 9:00 - 10:00

Grade 4, Ms. Emerson: Wednesdays, 10:00 - 11:00

Grade 5, Ms. Fogel: Wednesdays, 11:00 - 12:00

Grade 6, Ms. Ratzenberger: Thursdays, 9:00 - 10:00

Multi-grade Support, Ms. Villanueva: Thursdays, 10:00 -  11:00

English Language Development, Ms. Gomes:  Thursday, 11:00 - 12:00

Here is a link to some excellent resources to use with your child this summer!

 

 

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MRES Update - June 5, 2020

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Dear Marshall Road Families,

As this school year comes to a close there may be mix of relief and worry related to learning.  Regardless of where we have been the last few months we always advocate for a summer filled with reading and some curious exploration!  The weekly parent guide may include some suggestions for summer learning.  Please be aware that for language arts and math, students can “play” this summer through the FCPS public Universal Screener website. Students just log in with their FCPS credentials.  Your student may groan a bit when they see iReady as we also use this as a screener during the school year.  The programming for the summer is different and has a “gamified” approach to practicing skills that are tailored to your child’s strengths.  We encourage you to try this out this week so you can reach out to your teacher during the final week of instruction if you need clarification on accessing and using this resource.  Additionally, some of the licensed programs we have been using during distance learning will be available for portions of the summer.  See the list below for those programs end dates.

Wishing you a relaxing summer of rest, fun, and continued exploration.

Liz Calvert, Matt Chapman and Sue Kirby

 

Blackboard: System maintenance June 12 -17.  Otherwise available through summer. 

Google (G Suite): Access through summer for enrolled students. 

Myon: Access through summer for current students.  New students added in August. 

Wixie: Access through August 7.

Imagine Learning: Access through August 3 (additional licenses) and August 31 (purchased licenses)

Lexia: Access through the summer

Dreambox: Access through June 30

iReady Online Instruction: Access through the summer

 

Is Your Family Moving This Summer?

If your answer is yes, please fill out the “Student’s Intentions for the Next School Year”  form found here.  Also email Student Services Assistant Shelly Koshuta at mmarcumkoshu@fcps.edu

 

Kindergarten Registration Q & A Session

We are offering a rising Kindergarten Q & A Session for parents on Tuesday, June 9 at 7:00 p.m.  This is a great opportunity to receive helpful information and get answers to your questions.

Here’s the participant link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/a6a50dd9a65a4b46bc31bff3c0a0c6e9

 

Dining for Dollars

The PTA will hold their last D4D event of the year at Ben & Jerry’s on Wednesday, June 10, 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.  All interactions will take place at the door (customers are not coming inside the store yet) and employees will use masks and gloves for safety.

Another option is to place an order on Ben & Jerry’s new take-out site. You may pay online.  Ben & Jerry’s staff will bring your order to your car or you can pick it up at the door. https://benjerrys.co/vienna-takeout

Store and online sales are included in the 20% donation.  On-demand delivery is not included in the donation.

 

Summer Reading

It’s that time of year, Roadrunners! Summer is right around the corner and we hope many of you continue your reading journey to get prepared for next school year.  Our summer reading program will be a little different this year.  We will not be doing a raffle prize drawing in the fall, however our main goal is for students to continue finding great books to enjoy and to stay connected with one another.  To help us all stay connected, students and teachers can post book recommendations, reading tips, and more on the Summer Reading Flipgrid page at: https://flipgrid.com/mressummerreading.  Students can also fill out the Portrait of a Graduate activity board for reading ideas and inspiration.  Check out Mrs. Hoffman’s Library Google Site to access the POG activity board and to see grade level book suggestions: https://sites.google.com/fcpsschools.net/mreslibrary.  Students must login with their FCPS Google accounts to view Mrs. Hoffman’s Google Site.  If you have questions or concerns about summer reading, please contact Librarian, Lisa Hoffman, at lahoffman@fcps.edu.

 

iReady Open for June and July

iReady instruction is available for use by K-6 elementary school students during June and July of 2020 at no additional cost.  This is being turned on to provide optional individual practice to students.  Students may access iReady instruction as soon as it is practical for schools, teachers, and students.  Lessons will be curated based on the student’s most recent test score in reading or mathematics during the fall or winter test windows.

If a student has not completed an assessment, lessons have been curated with current grade level content and foundational skills.  Reading instruction is available to students in grades K-6, while mathematics instruction is available to those students in grades 1-6.  Access to iReady will be turned off August 1, 2020.

Students will access iReady instruction through the FCPS public Universal Screener website, where they will enter their FCPS login credentials.  Though teachers are not required to use iReady lessons, teachers are expected to demonstrate to students how to access the resource.  A short presentation on how to support this task is available (to download a copy) at FCPS-iReady Onboard Lesson Presentation.

 

Free Online Summer Arts Camp

Summer Arts.pdf

 

 

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MRES Update - May 22, 2020

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Dear Marshall Road Families,

We have had another great week of learning and connecting with one another through distance learning. We are grateful for the flexibility and hard work of our teachers, students and parents.

As a reminder, Monday is a student holiday and there will be no classes that day. We wish you all a wonderful holiday weekend. 

Liz Calvert, Matt Chapman and Sue Kirby 

 

Student’s Intention for the Next School Year

We need your help projecting our total enrollment for next school year. If your family is NOT returning to Marshall Road Elementary School in the fall of 2020, please complete this user-friendly Google form by June 30. 

You can access the "Student's Intention for the Next School Year"  form on the FCPS public website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms#intention-form.

A typed parent/guardian name on the Parent Signature line is acceptable. Student ID may be left blank (optional). Save the completed form, attach it to an email and send it to mmarcumkoshu@fcps.edu

 

Mental Health Team Website

Below is a link to a website that the MRES Mental Health Team has created and developed with resources for our families. 

https://sites.google.com/fcpsschools.net/mentalhealthteamdistancelearni/home

 

Student Pick-Up Reminder

Below is our schedule for next week's student item pick-up.

MAY 29 Pick-Up

Time 

Homeroom Classroom

9-10

Nezam, Vanore, Bambola, Mai, Strongin

10-11

Henderson, Flesch, Stern, Park, Chakmakian

11-12

Armstrong, Myers, Rosales, Rajesh, Brown

12-1

Ain, Emerson, Smith, Thomas

1-2

Ratzenberger, Kim, Fogel, Singh, Martins

 

MAY 29 Multiple Student Pick-Up

Time

Homeroom Classroom

4-5

Last Name Alpha A to L

5-6

Last Name Alpha M to Z

 

 

Please see the attached flyers for information on free COVID-19 testing and a webinar on executive functioning while learning at home.

COVID-testingsite-flyer-ENG-SPAN.pdf

Parent Training Flyer.pdf

 

 

 

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MRES Update - May 15, 2020

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Class Placement Parent Input 2020-2021

We will begin the class placement process for next year soon and would like to explain how we handle this at Marshall Road ES. Homeroom and specials teachers spend much time reflecting on the school year and discussing your children with whom they have developed such close relationships; this work is both careful and thorough.

In making placements into the next grade’s homerooms, we seek to build positive communities rather than assigning students to a particular teacher, which would limit our ability to build effective classroom dynamics. We strive for a fairly even mix of girls and boys, and we take into account the many new students who will join us next school year. While we do believe that it is important for children to have friends in their class, we also want them to be open to forming new friendships while at school.

Teachers spend many hours each day with their students and know who works well with whom. However, we invite parents to offer their perspective on friendships and on any unique needs your child might have that we might not be aware of. Please DO NOT make requests for a specific teacher. We have the utmost confidence in all of our teachers and have seen over the years that children and parents are able to form strong academic and personal relationships with many different teachers and styles. It might also be helpful for you to know that students often rotate out of their homerooms for different subjects and small groups. We will also be hiring several new teachers who will be wonderful additions to our faculty.

Your input is optional, and teachers will not schedule conferences specifically to discuss placement.

Finally, let me remind you that we will take into account the information that you send us, but that final decisions rest only with our school team. Please submit your input by Sunday, May 17 using the form linked here. Please know that this is a hard deadline. Any requests received after May 17 will not be considered. Thank you for being mindful of the process and deadlines.

 

Kindergarten Registration

Please help us spread the word. It’s time to register your child for Kindergarten. Please visit our school website or contact Ms. Shelly Koshuta (mmarcumkoshu@fcps.edu) to register. Don’t wait! We look forward to meeting our new Roadrunners!

 

Student Personal Items Return

Teachers will be packing up student materials over the next two weeks and will notify their families of the date and time for pickup. Medications left with the clinic can be picked up at that time. Please fill out this survey to help us prepare for this pickup.  

 

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MRES Update - May 8, 2020

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Dear Marshall Road Families,

At the end of another week of distance learning, we are thankful to have another successful week completed. Additionally, we are very thankful for all of the warm wishes and thank yous extended to our teachers and staff during Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week. It is the patience and kindness that we all share that makes the Marshall Road community a special place. 

Enjoy your weekend, especially moms. Happy Mother’s Day!

Liz Calvert, Matt Chapman and Sue Kirby

 

Teacher Appreciation Video

The celebration of our wonderful teachers continues next week! Please consider having your child write a thank you message to his/her teacher(s) by chalking or handwriting the message.Take a photo and download it to https://photos.app.goo.gl/sahvU1S1DfUZmf7m8 . If you do not have a Gmail account you can email your photo to Ms. Kinsey at SVKinsey@fcps.edu. These photos will become part of a video that will be sent to our teachers. Please submit your photos by Wednesday, May 13.

 

Tiny Desk Concert

We are excited to announce that Mrs. Mazur, one of our Music Teachers, will be live streaming a Tiny Desk Concert! She would like to invite Marshall Road staff, students and their families to view this short, live concert on Wednesday, May 13 at 6:30 pm. Your child’s classroom teacher will share the live stream link in their google classrooms and send out to parents. The concert will be streamed from Mrs. Mazur’s FCPS youtube channel. We hope you can join us!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2fX98uLy81sVI2rMVnJlgg/

 

MRES PTA Meeting

Join the first virtual MRES PTA meeting for our last gathering of the school year. The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 28, 7:00 pm.  Please use THIS LINK to access the session. 

 

Food Resources for Fairfax County Families

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency continues to evolve, many individuals and families in our communities may have food assistance needs. All FCPS students (regardless of age), as well as other county children under the age of 18, are eligible for free grab and go breakfast and lunch. Adults picking up meals for children should let staff know how many children's meals they need. Adults may pay $2 for the meals as well.

FCPS is providing grab and go meals at several schools and community centers, pop-up locations, and along several bus routes throughout the county. The FCPS sites, locations, bus routes, and curbside service are available Monday-Friday only. Fairfax County Government and Fairfax County Public Schools have worked together to develop a searchable map that includes community food distribution sites, including FCPS grab and go locations, community meal distribution sites, food pantries, and other related services.

Get more information about food distribution, assistance with basic needs, and community-based resources in Fairfax County

 

Fairfax County Public Library Resources

Fairfax County Public Library is offering Reading Help / Ayuda de Lectura virtually to K-6 students, Monday - Thursday, at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. Additional hours of individual Reading Help sessions will be added once student start registering.

https://librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/6685346

 

Connect2Compete Program

Cox is helping families in need get connected to the internet.

https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html

 

 

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MRES Information - May 1, 2020

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Happy Friday Marshall Road Families,

We are thrilled to have made it through a full week of distance learning.  It was incredible seeing our children excited and engaged in learning all week!  On behalf of our entire faculty, thank you for sticking with us.  It certainly hasn’t been an easy few weeks for anyone, especially parents.  Here are a few short items of note:

  1. Until the end of the school year, teachers will continue to send you a Parent Weekly Learning Guide on Fridays. 
  2. FCPS is working on a process to allow families back into the school building to collect personal belongings.  That information will be relayed as soon as we have it.
  3. Next week is teacher appreciation week.  As an administrative team, we are very proud of the work teachers have been doing after being thrust into a teacher environment none of us could have predicted.  They have more than stepped up to the challenge.  If so moved, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your child’s teacher with words of kindness, thanks or support. 

Have a wonderful weekend.

Liz Calvert, Matt Chapman and Sue Kirby

 

Class Placement Parent Input 2020-2021

We will begin the class placement process for next year soon and would like to explain how we handle this at Marshall Road ES. Homeroom and specials teachers spend much time reflecting on the school year and discussing your children with whom they have developed such close relationships; this work is both careful and thorough.

In making placements into the next grade’s homerooms, we seek to build positive communities rather than assigning students to a particular teacher, which would limit our ability to build effective classroom dynamics. We strive for a fairly even mix of girls and boys, and we take into account the many new students who will join us next school year. While we do believe that it is important for children to have friends in their class, we also want them to be open to forming new friendships while at school.

Teachers spend many hours each day with their students and know who works well with whom. However, we invite parents to offer their perspective on friendships and on any unique needs your child might have that we might not be aware of. Please DO NOT make requests for a specific teacher. We have the utmost confidence in all of our teachers and have seen over the years that children and parents are able to form strong academic and personal relationships with many different teachers and styles. It might also be helpful for you to know that students often rotate out of their homerooms for different subjects and small groups. We will also be hiring several new teachers who will be wonderful additions to our faculty.

Your input is optional, and teachers will not schedule conferences specifically to discuss placement.

Finally, let me remind you that we will take into account the information that you send us, but that final decisions rest only with our school team. Please submit your input by May 8 using the form linked here. Please know that this is a hard deadline. Any requests received after May 8 will not be considered. Thank you for being mindful of the process and deadlines.

 

Teacher Appreciation

We are excited to celebrate our wonderful teachers!  One of the best gifts a teacher can receive is a heartfelt thank you from his/her students.  Please consider having your child write a thank you message to his/her teacher(s) by chalking or handwriting the message. Take a photo and download it to https://photos.app.goo.gl/sahvU1S1DfUZmf7m8 .  If you do not have a Gmail account you may email your photo to Ms. Kinsey at SVKinsey@fcps.edu.   These photos will become part of a video that will be sent to our teachers.

 

Did You Know? Thank A Teacher! 

For the fifth year, the Virginia Lottery is encouraging students, parents and the general public to send thank you notes to Virginia's deserving public school teachers during National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4 – 8. Your favorite teacher could win a Virginia vacation and prizes for your school! Make your favorite teacher smile with a digital thank-you note featuring custom artwork by the three student art contest winners.

 

Virtual Parent Coffee

A virtual parent coffee has been scheduled for Thursday, May 7, 7 to 8 p.m.  We will be available to collect parent questions and provide answers if we have them.  Please use this link to access the information session.  In order to help us structure and prepare for our virtual parent meeting on Thursday, May 7th, at 7 p.m., we would like to collect your feedback and questions.  We welcome your feedback and questions pertaining to distance learning, recognition of an MRES staff member, end of school year activities, next school year, etc.  We greatly appreciate you taking the time to let us know what you're thinking.  Click here to submit a question or give us feedback.

 

Mental Health and Wellness Support

As we continue to adjust to the new realities of family life during the COVID-19 outbreak, we wanted to share some upcoming free online events that can help provide additional information to support mental health and wellness.  Click here for details.

 

Internet Access for Low Income Families in FCPS

Cox Connect2Compete supplies broadband internet access to low-income, unconnected families in Fairfax County. Households who meet income and other guidelines will be offered free Internet service through July 15, ($9.95 per month afterward), free modem rental, free installation, and a price guarantee for two years. Schools who are aware of families without internet access can share this resource with families. More information is available on the Cox website: https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html.

 

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MRES Yearbooks

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Yearbooks sales are now open for online orders only.  Due to the closing of school, we will be unable to accept orders other than online orders.  We were able to get an extension on the original deadline.  All orders must be in by Sunday, April 26.  Distribution procedures are to be determined, but all on time orders will be honored.

Please use the attached flyer to find the link for ordering the Marshall Road 2020 Yearbook. Yearbook(pdf)

The Marshall Road Yearbook is in full color and includes photos of each student in grade level pages as well as many candid shots of fun activities that occurred throughout the year.  Please consider purchasing this book of memories from our most unusual year at MRES. 

 

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