Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.Message From Administration
Dear Shrevewood Families,
As we end our third week together, our teachers are giving their all to provide instruction and monitor student engagement. Your words of gratitude mean the world to our staff as they work harder than ever. The love and care for our students is evident and I hope you are seeing it shine through in your home as well. We know that on your end, you are working as hard as our partners in education and we appreciate you!
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!
PrincipalStudent's Rights & Responsibilities
Each year FCPS requires each family to review the current Student's Rights & Responsibility Handbook. This year, there have been significant updates for our virtual learning environment. Please take time to review the related resources and complete the Parent/Student Form.Shrevewood on Wheels Shrevewood Spirit Wear
Even though we aren't in school, let's show we are SHREVEWOOD STRONG from home! Spirit Wear is on sale now! Head to the PTA STORE and check out all the great options: masks, socks, sweatshirts, and even lawn signs to show your Shrevewood Spirit while we are away from the building. You can also view them in this Spirit Wear flyer. All orders are due by September 27th.
NOTE: Spirit Wear will need to be PICKED UP this year (we will provide all information and multiple dates once orders are placed and we have delivery estimates).Advanced Academics
Fairfax County Public Schools offers a Full-time Advanced Academic Program (Level IV) for students in grades 3 – 8 that focuses on academic depth and complexity in the four core content areas. Eligibility for Level IV services is determined through a selection committee at the central office level.
The Level IV referral deadline for new FCPS families with children in grades 3 – 8 is Thursday, October 8, 2020. Please visit the FCPS Advanced Academic Programs site for more information or contact Mrs. Done, Shrevewood’s Advanced Academic Resource Teacher to answer any questions you may have. The deadline for all other families is Tuesday, December 1, 2020.
Advanced Academics Information Night
Shrevewood will hold another Advanced Academics Parent Information Session on October 19, 2020 (6 - 7 pm) with our Advanced Academics Resource teacher, Mrs.April Done. Here is the recording from our first Shrevewood AAP Parent Session AAP Parent Info Meeting 09.21.20 This recording provides a representation of what AAP looks like at SWES!
The following videos, AAP Overview and AAP Screening and Identification, are recommended for families to watch prior to attending the October 19 meeting. These videos will provide you with information about the Advanced Academics program in Fairfax County. You will also learn about the Level IV referral process and testing and identification timelines. During the live meeting, families will be given the opportunity to learn more about AAP services at Shrevewood, ask clarifying questions, and request more information about topics covered in the video.
Please view the following videos before you attend the meeting.
- AAP Overview Video | La sinopsis de los servicios del Programa Académico Avanzado
- AAP Screening and Identification Video | Evaluación e identificación para los servicios AAP Nivel
The Google Meet link will be emailed to the SWES community on Monday, October 19, 2020.
If you have questions, please contact April Done, firstname.lastname@example.org .Band & Strings
Band and Strings instrument pick up at Shrevewood Elementary School on Monday, September 28th between 4:00 - 6:00 pm. You would have received an email if this is for you.
During your pick-up, you will:
- Complete your instrument rental contract – both parent and student must sign this
- Pay your rental fee – cash or check payable to Shrevewood Elementary School
- Receive your instrument
It is not too late to sign up for band and strings.
Band sign up: https://forms.gle/fHZymTyqAfnkJvur5
Parent Technology Help Desk
This is a reminder to please notify us if your child will be absent or late for their first synchronous session which begins Monday-Friday at 9:20 a.m. If your child needs to participate in their academic day asynchronously please contact the school and provide the reason. Asynchronous participation will require principal approval to count towards attendance. We will have a “call-out” for any students who were absent and marked as unverified for the reason for absence at the end of the school day at approximately, 4 p.m. If you receive that call please contact our office the next day.
Here is how you may report your child’s absence, including tardies, and asynchronous participation:
Attendance Line | 703-645-6666
Main Office | 703-645-6600
Or the online attendance form: