FCPS: School Health Services Survey

School Health Services Survey The Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) employs school health aides and public health nurses who provide school health services to the students in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS). To determine the quality of these services, a survey has been developed by the FCHD to be shared with all parents or guardians […]

Spelling Bee Results!

Let’s congratulate our 2018 Freedom Hill Spelling Bee Champion, Hrishi Desai (Grade 4)!  The runner-up was Theodore Anishraj (Grade 5) with Peter Kiel (Grade 3) coming in third place.  We are very proud of you all! A special thank you to FHES parent Thyaga Nandagopal who did a masterful job coordinating this event and 2nd grade teacher […]

Shop, Save, & Contribute to iPad Technology for our PE Program!

Blog by Mrs. Trzcinski, PE teacher: From Feb 14-25, 20% of all Sales from LuLaRoe Kimberly Walter will be donated to Freedom Hill PE Department. Money is being raised for iPad technology in PE with any extra funds going towards equipment supplies. Shop online or in person. To shop online visit LuLaRoe Kimberly Walter (https://m.facebook.com/groups/574475459396977). Open […]

Testing Information for Parents/Guardians

New public FCPS Student Assessment webpages are now available for parents/guardians to access basic information about their children’s required assessments. In compliance with Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) testing transparency, these webpages give an overview of: Right to refuse participation in state testing (e.g., SOLs) Required assessments at each grade level Resources for accessing and […]

Box Tops for Education – Support FHES!

Announcing our Second Box Tops collection contest for this school year! The Box Tops Collection Sheets for our “Kindness is our Superpower” Box Tops contest are being sent home via Tuesday Folders. Look for them soon. Everyone who returns a completed sheet (with 25 Box Tops) will receive a prize! A special prize is planned […]

Head Start Visits Children’s Science Center!

Blog by Ms. Gutenson, Head Start teacher: Head Start students went on a field trip to the Children’s Science Center to learn about STEM.  We planned and built with Keva planks, created robots that colored, made magnetic slime, and learned with gears and ball mazes.  It was a wonderful hands on experience that was enjoyed […]

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