This year, FCPS welcomes almost 43,000 students and their families back to school.
Over 300 teachers, psychologists, behavior specialists, and school counselors filled the auditorium at Tuscarora High School for the kick-off to our new-hire symposium. The symposium provides essential information our new hires need as they join the FCPS family.
The word "warehouse" conveys images of a big building with lots of items stored on rows and rows of shelves. This image works for the FCPS warehouse, yet there is so much more than storage that happens there.
Standing on the roof of Catoctin HS, I admired the incredible view. However, I also got a close up look at some of the complex challenges faced by members of our Construction Management Department.
Offices across the school system are open during the summer and they are all busy places. The FCPS Central Office is one of the busiest! The first person a visitor meets when they come to Central Office is one of our front desk receptionists.
Hunger does not take a summer vacation. That’s why I am so proud that FCPS offers a Summer Meal Program.
Summer is one of the busiest times of year for many FCPS employees. That’s especially true for the small team that helps manage our student data.
Activities and ideas to help students stay academically sharp this summer
School administrative offices remain open during the summer, including counseling departments. I asked a high school counseling department chairperson to tell me about her "summer work."
People seem to think that FCPS shuts down after the students head home for summer vacation. That is so far from the truth! There are many critical things happening throughout the system, so I decided to write a few “In My Shoes” blogs to capture some of our summer work.