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Parent & Student Technology Help Desk
To support families who are working with their children during distance learning, Fairfax County Public Schools now has a Parent Technology Help Desk. The number is 1-833-921-3277 (833-921-FCPS). It will be answered by staff 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week. If the help desk is unable to solve the issue on the phone with the parent or guardian, they will enter a ticket on the parent’s behalf and the request for help will be transferred to the appropriate FCPS team.
Senior Class meeting Recording | 04/23/2021
Watch the recording of the senior class meeting to learn about graduation and End of Year Activities.
Middle School SOL Testing Updates
Parent and Families of Middle School Students, please review recent SOL Testing updates. Action is needed by March 26th.
HS SOL Testing Updates
Families of High School Students, please take a moment to read through recent High School SOL Updates. Action is needed by March 26th.
Password Recovery Tool
Students, do you need to reset your password?
Please access the account recovery tool here. Once you reset it, you can access FCPS Google Apps and FCPS Blackboard 24/7 on a personal computer. However, to log into your school laptop, you first need to connect it to the Fairfax Wifi. Take your laptop close to an FCPS building and look for the Fairfax WiFi signal to appear on your school laptop. Log on and open Google Chrome. Wait for everything to load. Shut your computer down and return home. You can do this from the parking lot of any school building in FCPS.
Tuesday, June 8, 2021 is Election Day. FCPS school facilities will be used as polling locations. For that reason, June 8th will be a virtual synchronous learning day for students.
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.
COVID-19 Vaccinations Available for Ages 12 and Up
As our community strives to achieve herd immunity, vaccinating children ages 12 and up is a critical step towards achieving that goal and will help to keep our schools healthy places to learn. We encourage everyone 12 years of age and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. Many locations offer same-day appointments, and some even have walk in availability. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or another adult at all community vaccination sites.
Upcoming Events at James W. Robinson Secondary School
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit