Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

 

Another great week has concluded in Saxon Country. A number of positive activities occurred this week.

 

Thank you the PTSA for the luncheon they recently provided for school staff. We appreciate the

volunteers and PTSA members taking such great care of our school employees.

 

A huge round of applause for our men’s golf team. They won their fourth consecutive state title on

Monday. This is truly a feat worthy of celebration.

 

Wednesday’s 9th Grade Wellness Day was a huge success. Students explored career pathways; focused

on their emotional wellness and learned about the dangers of vaping.

 

 

Saxon Cheer showed their stuff in placement competition on Wednesday night. Thanks to the fans

who came out to show support!

 

Congratulations to our cross country seniors.

 

 

A shout out to our senior field hockey players.

 

 

A round of applause for our volleyball team seniors.

 

 

Last night’s choir concert was a huge treat. Thanks, Dr. Lambert and singers for providing a wonderful

evening of lovely music.

 

 

 

Have a great weekend, Saxon Country!!

 

Fondly,

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

The 4 C’s: Care, Connect, Celebrate, Commence

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 14

-School Planning Day, No school for students

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16

-PSAT for grades 10 and 11 (*additional information below)

-Early Dismissal @ 12:55 p.m.

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17

-Choral Concert, Auditorium, 7:00 p.m.

Did you know…The Princeton Review writes, “The link between success and stress has become so strong in some students’ minds that they actually view stress as proof that they’re good students. They humble-brag about how late they stayed up last night writing a paper or how many hundreds of flashcards they made. The key is to shift your focus from what you’re studying to how you’re studying. “

Here is the full article with tips to improve studying habits https://www.princetonreview.com/high-school/learning-without-stress

Wednesday, October 16- 2 hour early release (at 12:55 p.m.)

9th Grade Students- Focus on the 4 C's and Academic and Career Planning

Students will be engaged in several important conversations around our 4 C’s (Care, Connect, Celebrate and Commence) as we look at wellness, the LHS Honor Code, class elections and their own Academic and Career Plan through Naviance Student.  These lessons will support students in their successful transition to high school and better prepare them for the next four years and beyond.  We are especially excited about the opportunity to CONNECT and CELEBRATE as a class as we support community within the class of 2023.

 

10th and 11th Grade Students- PSAT Testing

For Sophomores and Juniors, the day will begin with Period 1 (30 minutes), followed by a 15 minute break.  Testing begins promptly at 8:50, no students will be admitted to a test room after 9:15.  Students with time accommodations will begin testing promptly at 8:10, those not at their test site by 8:30, will be unable to test with time accommodations, but may take the standard test beginning at 8:50.  Students with time accommodations should arrange for after-test transportation as it is unlikely the test will be completed before bus departures at 12:55.

 

On test day all students are responsible for bringing 2-#2 pencils,  and a calculator for use on the math section (see College Board Acceptable Calculator List), however the test is designed such that it can be taken without a calculator.  Regrettably, there is not a supply of calculators available to be lent if a student fails to either bring a calculator or brings a non-approved calculator.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our testing coordinator, Ms. Jan Dabroski at jldabroski@fcps.edu.

 

REMINDER: “Any electronic device that isn’t turned in or packed away on the side of the room may be collected and its contents inspected as part of an investigation. If your cell phone makes a noise or creates a disturbance while in your possession, you’ll be dismissed from testing (College Board).”

 

 12th Grade Students- Essay Writing Assistance

On Wed, Oct 16, LHS will host College Essay Writing assistance for seniors with English 12 teachers in Rooms 2425, 2427, 2627 and 2628 from 8:30 am-11:30 am on a first come, first served basis.

“LIKE” An IndieFlix Original Documentary

Tuesday, October 15, 7:00-8:30 p.m. @ McLean High School

Find out more about the film at mcleanscc.org

 

Announcing the brand new Langley High School Twitter!

@LangleyFCPS

Follow us NOW for all things Saxon!

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 7

-Financial Aid Night @ McLean High School, Auditorium, 6:30 p.m.

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

-Senior Class Parent Forum, Lecture Hall, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

-The LIKE Documentary, Auditorium, 7:00 p.m.

Did you Know…Effective communications with teens can be a daily struggle. Adam Price from Psychology today writes “Being aware of pitfalls will help avoid a fight or two.”

Here are 10  ways to improve communication, https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-unmotivated-teen/201909/ten-mistakes-parents-should-never-make

 

“LIKE”

An IndieFlix Original Documentary

 

 

Thursday, October 10, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Langley High School Auditorium

Tuesday, October 15, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the McLean High School Auditorium

Are You Using Technology or is Technology Using You?

Technology is here to stay and social media is a place to connect, share and express our feelings. It is also a place of self-comparison, constant fear of missing out and a way to channel our addictive tendencies, which can be harmful for mental health. What’s going on behind the screens? While we are more connected than ever, it’s hard to know if technology is helping us or hurting us, yet we do have a choice when it comes to managing the way we use technology.

As part of a yearlong focus on social media wellness, the Safe Community Coalition, in conjunction with the PTSAs of Langley High School and McLean High School invites you to a free community showing of the compelling new IndieFlix Original Documentary “LIKE” ― Thursday, October 10 in the Langley High School auditorium and Tuesday, October 15 in the McLean High School auditorium. Both showings are from 7:00-8:30 p.m. “LIKE” explores the social impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to educate, inspire and equip us to self-regulate. After the film, discussion will be led by Dr. Cliff Sussman, a DC-based psychiatrist and expert on helping people achieve a more balanced relationship with digital technology.

This event is free and recommended for adults and students of any age who have phones.

Wednesday, October 16- 2 hour early release (at 12:55 p.m.)

9th Grade Students- Focus on the 4 C's and Academic and Career Planning

Students will be engaged in several important conversations around our 4 C’s (Care, Connect, Celebrate and Commence) as we look at wellness, the LHS Honor Code, class elections and their own Academic and Career Plan through Naviance Student.  These lessons will support students in their successful transition to high school and better prepare them for the next four years and beyond.  We are especially excited about the opportunity to CONNECT and CELEBRATE as a class as we support community within the class of 2023.

 

10th and 11th Grade Students- PSAT Testing

For Sophomores and Juniors, the day will begin with Period 1 (30 minutes), followed by a 15 minute break.  Testing begins promptly at 8:50, no students will be admitted to a test room after 9:15.  Students with time accommodations will begin testing promptly at 8:10, those not at their test site by 8:30, will be unable to test with time accommodations, but may take the standard test beginning at 8:50.  Students with time accommodations should arrange for after-test transportation as it is unlikely the test will be completed before bus departures at 12:55.

 

On test day all students are responsible for bringing 2-#2 pencils,  and a calculator for use on the math section (see College Board Acceptable Calculator List), however the test is designed such that it can be taken without a calculator.  Regrettably, there is not a supply of calculators available to be lent if a student fails to either bring a calculator or brings a non-approved calculator.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our testing coordinator, Ms. Jan Dabroski at jldabroski@fcps.edu.

 

 12th Grade Students- Essay Writing Assistance

On Wed, Oct 16, LHS will host College Essay Writing assistance for seniors with English 12 teachers in Rooms 2425, 2427, 2627 and 2628 from 8:30 am-11:30 am on a first come, first served basis.

Announcing the brand new Langley High School Twitter!

@LangleyFCPS

Follow us NOW for all things Saxon!

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxon Families,

 

It has been a wonderful week in Saxon Country. We had a fantastic homecoming week which culminated with our Homecoming Dance on Saturday evening. The dance was truly the highlight of the week; over 1300 students attended the event. A huge thank you to leadership class teachers Ms. Kiersten Conrad and Ms. Sandy Hamilton as well as to the leadership students.

 

Saxon Country is busy with students engaging in many wonderful activities.

Our Fellowship of Christian Athletes recently participated in the national See You At the Pole event.

Our Saxon Field Hockey team won bragging rights in the Rotary Cup game against McLean. Congrats to the team and Coach Robinson!

 

Our men’s golf team won both the district and regional titles. They have won the state title the past three years. We wish them luck as they defend their title beginning on October 14. Gentlemen, we are proud of you!

 

 

I wish each of you a fun-filled weekend. I hope you will be able to enjoy the beautiful weather.

 

Fondly,

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

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This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3

-Sophomore Class Parent Forum, Lecture Hall, 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

  •  Park behind the building in the bus loop area for easy access through Door 9

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

-Club Day (during all lunch periods)

2019 Mental Health and Wellness Conference

Langley’s substance abuse prevention specialist, Kelly Rankin is co-presenting on vaping at the upcoming 2019 Mental Health and Wellness Conference on October 5, 2019 at Fairfax High School.

https://www.fcps.edu/resources/student-safety-and-wellness/mental-health-and-resiliency/mental-health-and-wellness

Did you Know.... Psychology Today reports "Everyone is abuzz with talk of pumpkin spice lattes, sweater weather and rain boots. The truth is that for many people, the transition to fall is tough and the transition to winter is even tougher.​ 

Here are 5 ways season change affects mental health and what you can do about it. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/when-your-adult-child-breaks-your-heart/201710/5-ways-the-change-seasons-might-affect-your

 

“LIKE”

An IndieFlix Original Documentary

 

 

Thursday, October 10, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Langley High School Auditorium

Tuesday, October 15, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the McLean High School Auditorium

Are You Using Technology or is Technology Using You?

Technology is here to stay and social media is a place to connect, share and express our feelings. It is also a place of self-comparison, constant fear of missing out and a way to channel our addictive tendencies, which can be harmful for mental health. What’s going on behind the screens? While we are more connected than ever, it’s hard to know if technology is helping us or hurting us, yet we do have a choice when it comes to managing the way we use technology.

As part of a yearlong focus on social media wellness, the Safe Community Coalition, in conjunction with the PTSAs of Langley High School and McLean High School invites you to a free community showing of the compelling new IndieFlix Original Documentary “LIKE” ― Thursday, October 10 in the Langley High School auditorium and Tuesday, October 15 in the McLean High School auditorium. Both showings are from 7:00-8:30 p.m. “LIKE” explores the social impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to educate, inspire and equip us to self-regulate. After the film, discussion will be led by Dr. Cliff Sussman, a DC-based psychiatrist and expert on helping people achieve a more balanced relationship with digital technology.

This event is free and recommended for adults and students of any age who have phones.

PSAT Day - General Information

The PSAT will be administered to 10th and 11th grade students on Wednesday, October 16th.  

      • No registration is required. The PSAT is *free* for all 10th and 11th grade FCPS students.
      • PSAT day is an early release day for students (12:55).
      • PSAT practice materials can be found online at www.collegeboard.org.  10th and 11th grade students have already received a “PSAT Student Guide + Practice Test” via their English classes.  
      • PSAT testing locations will be posted on Google Classroom sites on October 9. Students with accommodations will receive testing time and location information via their FCPS Gmail accounts on October 9.  
      • Students will need two #2 pencils (mechanical pencils not allowed) and an approved calculator…see Google Classroom sites for approved list. 
      • Please contact Ms. Dabroski (jldabroski@fcps.edu) for PSAT/College Board accommodation requests.

FCPS is no longer administering the PSAT 8/9.  9th grade students will participate in a high school transition program on October 16th. 

PSAT Pre-Survey

At the beginning of the PSAT, students are presented with a voluntary pre-survey that asks questions about a variety of topics. Parents have the opportunity to preview this survey, and to opt out, if they choose to do so. Parents/guardians may view the pre-survey questions and access further information about the opt-out process via the “PSAT Pre-Survey Opt-Out Policy” public webpage at: https://www.fcps.edu/node/36639. Pre-survey opt-out forms must be returned to Janice Dabroski, Assessment Coach, Langley High School by COB Friday, September 27, 2019. If you choose to opt your student out of the pre-survey, please be sure your student knows they should not answer the pre-survey questions at the beginning of the test.

PSAT Day Opportunities for Seniors

On October 16th, LHS will host for 12th grade students, “College Essay Writing” assistance with English 12 teachers in Rooms 2425, 2427, 2627 and 2628 from 8:30-11:30 on a first come, first served basis

AP News

  • AP Opt out forms were given to all AP Students via their 3rd period class on Tuesday September 24th.  Students who wish to opt out of AP exams need to complete the form and return it to Student Services by Friday October 4th.  If your student plans to take all of their AP Exams this year they do NOT need to return the form.   
  • All AP Students were issued join codes for all of their AP courses.  Students must enter the join code for an AP Exam to be ordered for them.  Please check with your student to ensure they have entered all of their codes into the My AP system.  Please note that all College Board programs are now connected through one account, so if you created one for AP, PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, or College Board Opportunity Scholarships, you’re all set.  You’ll just need your username and password to sign in.
  • Students who wish to take an AP Exam for which they are not enrolled in the course can fill out the AP Non-enrolled Form  The fee is $94 per exam and  the deadline is October 1st.  Once the form and payment is received, students will be issued an exam only join code that will serve as the registration confirmation for the exam.
  • Finally as a reminder AP exams will now be ordered in early November.  Any changes past this date will incur a $40.00 fee. 

If you have any questions please contact Jennifer Baldesare

Weekly Progress Reports

All parents of HS students who have registered for a SIS Parent Account and have a primary email address recorded in SIS will receive Weekly Progress Reports. Login to your SIS Parent account to verify that you have a primary email address within the system. It is listed under the My Account tab. If it is blank, enter the email address where you would like to receive the progress reports and click on update account.  

Weekly progress reports for all of your middle and high school students will be included in one email.

For questions about a specific progress report or grade you can login into your SIS Parent Account to find detailed gradebook information. Additionally, your student’s teacher is always the best resource to answer any gradebook questions that you may have. 

Weekly Progress Report Parent Quick Reference Guide

Announcing the brand new Langley High School Twitter!

@LangleyFCPS

Follow us NOW for all things Saxon!

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Saxons,

 

What a fantastic homecoming week we have had in Saxon Country. Thanks to each of you who helped to make it one for the records!

 

The Pride Assembly was a big hit! Thanks to our leadership class for the hard work they put in to our Homecoming festivities.

 

 

Homecoming Week spirit has been alive and well in Saxon Country!

 

Saxon Service kicked off on Wednesday with 300 student participants.

 

Nobody puts in the Pep in Rally like us Saxons!

 

Congratulations to the members of our Homecoming Spirit Court!

 

Rachel Lesan was voted Homecoming Most Spirited! Rachel, thanks for showing your Saxon Spirit!

 

Coach Sronce, Mr. Jackson and Mr. Noto, thanks for participating in the faculty relay contest!

 

Alex, serenaded us with a classic Elvis tune!

 

All hail Senior Saxons!!

 

I look forward to seeing everyone at tonight’s game and students at the dance tomorrow evening.

 

Hail Saxons!

 

Fondly,

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

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This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

-Freshman Class Dinner, Cafeteria, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

-Saxon Service, Saxon Time

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

-Homecoming Dance “Let’s Glow Crazy!”, Main Gym, 8:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

  • Tickets will be on sale starting Monday, September 16 – Friday, September 27th for $10.00/ticket.
  • Tickets will be sold at the door for $20.00/ticket.
  • Guest forms will be available at the ticket table. 
  • Tickets must be presented at the dance – DO NOT LOSE YOUR TICKET!

Monday, September 23 – Friday, September 27th – Spirit Week

Monday – Country Club/Preppy

Tuesday – Tour the Country/Tacky Tourist

Wednesday – Country Western/Cowboy

Thursday – This Country/USA

Friday – Wear your class shirts!

Did You Know…Binge drinking is the most common, costly, and deadly pattern of excessive alcohol use in the United States. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism External defines binge drinking as a pattern of drinking that brings a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to 0.08 grams percent or above. This typically happens when men consume 5 or more drinks or women consume 4 or more drinks in about 2 hours.

As the homecoming festivities approach, talk to your teen about dangers of binge drinking. Make sure your family has a safety plan in the event your teen needs help.

Junior Parking Hang Tag Lottery Information

Junior parking hang tag lottery will be available after 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 16th through Friday, September 27th.

Visit MySchoolBucks and click on the parking permits icon.

Students must submit: A copy of their driver’s license, signed and completed application, and signed rules form.

All financial obligations must be clear before payment will be accepted

The drawing will take place the following week of Sept 30th. Notification will be made and hang tags distributed by Oct. 4th.

 

“LIKE”

An IndieFlix Original Documentary

 

 

Thursday, October 10, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Langley High School Auditorium

Tuesday, October 15, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the McLean High School Auditorium

Are You Using Technology or is Technology Using You?

Technology is here to stay and social media is a place to connect, share and express our feelings. It is also a place of self-comparison, constant fear of missing out and a way to channel our addictive tendencies, which can be harmful for mental health. What’s going on behind the screens? While we are more connected than ever, it’s hard to know if technology is helping us or hurting us, yet we do have a choice when it comes to managing the way we use technology.

As part of a yearlong focus on social media wellness, the Safe Community Coalition, in conjunction with the PTSAs of Langley High School and McLean High School invites you to a free community showing of the compelling new IndieFlix Original Documentary “LIKE” ― Thursday, October 10 in the Langley High School auditorium and Tuesday, October 15 in the McLean High School auditorium. Both showings are from 7:00-8:30 p.m. “LIKE” explores the social impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to educate, inspire and equip us to self-regulate. After the film, discussion will be led by Dr. Cliff Sussman, a DC-based psychiatrist and expert on helping people achieve a more balanced relationship with digital technology.

This event is free and recommended for adults and students of any age who have phones.

PSAT Day - General Information

The PSAT will be administered to 10th and 11th grade students on Wednesday, October 16th.  

      • No registration is required. The PSAT is *free* for all 10th and 11th grade FCPS students.
      • PSAT day is an early release day for students (12:55).
      • PSAT practice materials can be found online at www.collegeboard.org.  10th and 11th grade students have already received a “PSAT Student Guide + Practice Test” via their English classes.  
      • PSAT testing locations will be posted on Google Classroom sites on October 9. Students with accommodations will receive testing time and location information via their FCPS Gmail accounts on October 9.  
      • Students will need two #2 pencils (mechanical pencils not allowed) and an approved calculator…see Google Classroom sites for approved list. 
      • Please contact Ms. Dabroski (jldabroski@fcps.edu) for PSAT/College Board accommodation requests.

FCPS is no longer administering the PSAT 8/9.  9th grade students will participate in a high school transition program on October 16th. 

PSAT Pre-Survey

At the beginning of the PSAT, students are presented with a voluntary pre-survey that asks questions about a variety of topics. Parents have the opportunity to preview this survey, and to opt out, if they choose to do so. Parents/guardians may view the pre-survey questions and access further information about the opt-out process via the “PSAT Pre-Survey Opt-Out Policy” public webpage at: https://www.fcps.edu/node/36639. Pre-survey opt-out forms must be returned to Janice Dabroski, Assessment Coach, Langley High School by COB Friday, September 27, 2019. If you choose to opt your student out of the pre-survey, please be sure your student knows they should not answer the pre-survey questions at the beginning of the test.

PSAT Day Opportunities for Seniors

On October 16th, LHS will host for 12th grade students, “College Essay Writing” assistance with English 12 teachers in Rooms 2425, 2427, 2627 and 2628 from 8:30-11:30 on a first come, first served basis

AP Exam Fee Structure (New!)

Starting with the 2019-2020 school year, the College Board is launching MyAp, a digital platform which includes new AP test ordering timeline, fee structure and instructional resources.  As a result, FCPS had to adjust the AP Test Opt-Out timeline and fees.  AP students must now make Opt-out decisions for AP tests in October 2019 and parents will be billed in December 2019 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests.  Per College Board’s new fee structure, AP students that do not sit for a registered AP test after November 15th 2019 for reasons that include forgetting to opt-out, dropping an AP course, not sitting for the test on exam day etc., will be assessed a$40.00 change fee.  Please be sure to review the materials on the LHS website. 

Should you have any questions, please contact the AP Test Coordinator, Ms. Jennifer Baldesare at jlbaldesare@fcps.edu.

Weekly Progress Reports

All parents of HS students who have registered for a SIS Parent Account and have a primary email address recorded in SIS will receive Weekly Progress Reports. Login to your SIS Parent account to verify that you have a primary email address within the system. It is listed under the My Account tab. If it is blank, enter the email address where you would like to receive the progress reports and click on update account.  

Weekly progress reports for all of your middle and high school students will be included in one email.

For questions about a specific progress report or grade you can login into your SIS Parent Account to find detailed gradebook information. Additionally, your student’s teacher is always the best resource to answer any gradebook questions that you may have. 

Weekly Progress Report Parent Quick Reference Guide

Announcing the brand new Langley High School Twitter!

@LangleyFCPS

Follow us NOW for all things Saxon!

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

E-Cigarette ("Vape") Health Advisory

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E-Cigarette (“Vape”) Health Advisory

 

In light of recent cases of severe respiratory illnesses associated with the use of e-cigarettes and “vaping” among youth and young adults, the Fairfax County Health Department has posted a health advisory.  The advisory can be found here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/severe-lung-illness-associated-vaping-what-you-need-know

Additional information on vaping can be found at the links below.

https://www.fcps.edu/vaping/parents

 

https://www.fcps.edu/vaping

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

-Driver’s Ed Program “Parents for Safe Teen Driving”, Auditorium, 6:30 p.m.

Program will begin at 6:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the doors will close promptly at 6:30 p.m. Once the doors are shut, no one will be admitted.

You are strongly encouraged to mark your calendar now and plan to attend. You may attend any session -- preferably before or during the quarter your child has their classroom driver education instruction. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Buffo, CBuffo@fcps.edu  or Kara Copley, klcopley@fcps.edu

Please be aware of the following procedures that have been established to fulfill the requirements of the law:

• Student must attend with their parent/guardian.

• Parent/guardian is required to show valid driver’s license or state issued identification number.

• Attendance for FULL 90 minutes is required.

• Proper completion of the registration form required (received at the session).

• Program must be completed during the year student is enrolled in Grade 10 HPE.

• No fees are charged to FCPS students currently enrolled in Grade 10 HPE.

Please bring a pen or pencil.

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

-Junior Class Parent Forum, Lecture Hall, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Park behind the building in the bus loop area for easy access through Door 9

Did You Know…..the Surgeon General warns, "This ain't your mother's marijuana" regarding his recent advisory on the dangers of higher potency marijuana. "Recent increases in access to marijuana and in its potency, along with misperceptions of safety of marijuana endanger our most precious resource, our nations youth." 

Here is the full advisory. 

 https://www.hhs.gov/surgeongeneral/reports-and-publications/addiction-and-substance-misuse/advisory-on-marijuana-use-and-developing-brain/index.html#

Junior Parking Hang Tag Lottery Information

Junior parking hang tag lottery will be available after 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 16th through Friday, September 27th.

Visit MySchoolBucks and click on the parking permits icon.

Students must submit: A copy of their driver’s license, signed and completed application, and signed rules form.

All financial obligations must be clear before payment will be accepted

The drawing will take place the following week of Sept 30th. Notification will be made and hang tags distributed by Oct. 4th.

AP Exam Fee Structure (New!)

Starting with the 2019-2020 school year, the College Board is launching MyAp, a digital platform which includes new AP test ordering timeline, fee structure and instructional resources.  As a result, FCPS had to adjust the AP Test Opt-Out timeline and fees.  AP students must now make Opt-out decisions for AP tests in October 2019 and parents will be billed in December 2019 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests.  Per College Board’s new fee structure, AP students that do not sit for a registered AP test after November 15th 2019 for reasons that include forgetting to opt-out, dropping an AP course, not sitting for the test on exam day etc., will be assessed a$40.00 change fee.  Please be sure to review the materials on the LHS website. 

Should you have any questions, please contact the AP Test Coordinator, Ms. Jennifer Baldesare at jlbaldesare@fcps.edu.

Announcing the brand new Langley High School Twitter!

@LangleyFCPS

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Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxon Families,

This has been another amazing week in Saxon Country. Both our varsity field hockey and volleyball teams experienced wins this week.

Congratulations to junior Lilly Fowler who finished in 1st place in the Varsity B race at the Monroe Parker

Invitational Cross Country race last Saturday. Lilly missed her sophomore year with an ACL tear, so this is a huge

comeback for her.

The girls’ cross country team placed second in the Monroe Parker Invitational Cross Country event.

Saxons Jayeesh Chennupati, Isaac Chiu, Jaehyug Cho, Stephanie Liu, Daniel Mousavi, Jeffrey Pei, Shahan Salam,

and Karina Wugang have been named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation 2020. We are

proud of each of them.

 

The renovation on the courtyards has gotten underway. A huge thank you to our PTSA and those of you who have

donated to the revitalization project by purchasing an item for the Langley Courtyard Legacy tree.

 

Tonight, our Saxon football team will be playing the Robinson Rams. We wish them much luck this evening. I hope to see each of you at the big game. Have a fantastic weekend.

Hail Saxons!              

Have a great weekend.

Fondly,

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

The 4 C’s: Care, Connect, Celebrate, Commence

 

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

-Principal’s Coffee/PTSA General Membership Meeting, Lecture Hall, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

-Late Buses Begin (Wednesday’s only)

-Senior Dinner & College Night, 6:00 p.m.

Counselors will provide an overview on the next steps for the college application process. In addition, we will be distributing the senior packets that will include important dates, the transcript authorization form and the student's unofficial transcript. If you are unable to attend, we will be scheduling make-up sessions for students during Saxon time. The counselors have sent out an email to the students/families through Naviance as well. Please see the schedule listed below along with the locations we will be having the event.

6pm-Dinner in LHS Cafeteria

6:45pm-Begin heading towards the designated rooms

              Auditorium- Parents

              Library- Students with the following last names: A-Jua

              Lecture Hall- Students with the following last names:Jub-Z

7pm-7:45pm- Presentations by counselors

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

-Driver’s Ed Program “Parents for Safe Teen Driving”, Auditorium, 6:30 p.m.

Program will begin at 6:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the doors will close promptly at 6:30 p.m. Once the doors are shut, no one will be admitted.

You are strongly encouraged to mark your calendar now and plan to attend. You may attend any session -- preferably before or during the quarter your child has their classroom driver education instruction. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Buffo, CBuffo@fcps.edu  or Kara Copley, klcopley@fcps.edu

Please be aware of the following procedures that have been established to fulfill the requirements of the new law: • Student must attend with their parent/guardian. • Parent/guardian is required to show valid driver’s license or state issued identification number. • Attendance for FULL 90 minutes is required. • Proper completion of the registration form required (received at the session). • Program must be completed during the year student is enrolled in Grade 10 HPE. • No fees are charged to FCPS students currently enrolled in Grade 10 HPE. Please bring a pen or pencil.

Did You Know….. Michigan becomes first state to ban flavored e-cigarettes
Governor takes action after health officials declare youth vaping a public health emergency.

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FCPS Required Forms

The required forms listed below were due the first day of school to student's third period teacher. If you haven't already completed the forms have your child(ren) bring in the forms on Monday, September 9th.

Emergency Care Information

A completed signed emergency care form should be returned on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Student's Rights and Responsibilities

Review the Student's Rights and Responsibilities with your child.

Bring the signed  Parent and/or Guardian Signature Sheet on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Health Information Form

Complete the Health Information Form and turn in the first day of school to their third period teacher.

 

Langley High School Links to Forms

Important FCPS documents can be found by visiting the link below.

Opening of School

PTSA Back to School Packet Forms can be found by visiting the link below.

PTSA Back to School Forms

AP Exam Fee Structure (New!)

Starting with the 2019-2020 school year, the College Board is launching MyAp, a digital platform which includes new AP test ordering timeline, fee structure and instructional resources.  As a result, FCPS had to adjust the AP Test Opt-Out timeline and fees.  AP students must now make Opt-out decisions for AP tests in October 2019 and parents will be billed in December 2019 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests.  Per College Board’s new fee structure, AP students that do not sit for a registered AP test after November 15th 2019 for reasons that include forgetting to opt-out, dropping an AP course, not sitting for the test on exam day etc., will be assessed a$40.00 change fee.  Please be sure to review the materials on the LHS website. 

Should you have any questions, please contact the AP Test Coordinator, Ms. Jennifer Baldesare at jlbaldesare@fcps.edu.

LHS Freshmen Class Parents   Due date for Freshmen class dues has been extended to Sunday, September 8th.   Please pay your class dues online at MySchoolBucks.com to ensure your child receives their Homecoming T-Shirt!  Dues are used to purchase class homecoming t‐shirts, Spirit Week activities, Parent Forums and Student Treat Days!   While you are in MySchoolBucks.com, purchase your tickets for the Freshmen Class Dinner!  The dinner is a great way for students and their families to meet key staff members, learn more about the school and meet other freshmen families.  The class dinner is our fundraiser for prom, graduation and ANGP.  Tuesday, September 24 from 6:30pm-8pm – Langley Cafeteria Tickets are $20 per person for this catered dinner.  RSVP by September 19.   Go Class of 2023!!

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Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxon Families,

This week has been a great one in Saxon Country. Thanks to those of you who were able to join us for Back to School Night. Teachers enjoyed having the opportunity to meet you and to provide you an overview of the phenomenal learning opportunities students will experience over the course of the year. The faculty and staff are here to support our students. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out.

A huge congratulations goes to the Saxon Volleyball team. The 2018-19 team has been recognized as a recipient of the 2018-19 American Volleyball Coaches’ Association Academic Award. This award honors their dedication to the sport of volleyball as well as their excellence in the classroom. The team’s average gpa was a 3.9. Girls, we are so proud of you. Coach Shifflett, our community greatly appreciate your commitment to your players.

 

                                                                                                                                             

 

I look forward to seeing everyone tonight at the football game. It is a blackout against Chantilly. We wish our football team the best of luck.

Have a great weekend.

Fondly,

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

-Labor Day Holiday – No School

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

-Underclass Photos

  • 9th & 10th grade (P.E. class)
  • 11th grade (English class)
  • Order Form

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

-Back to School Night (all grades), 7:00 p.m.

 

FCPS Required Forms

The required forms listed below are due the first day of school to student's third period teacher.

Emergency Care Information

All students must have accurate emergency care information.  Parents can update this information through WeCare@School. Update no later than Monday, August 26th.  A completed signed emergency care form should also be returned on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Student's Rights and Responsibilities

Review the Student's Rights and Responsibilities with your child.

Bring the signed  Parent and/or Guardian Signature Sheet on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Health Information Form

Complete the Health Information Form and turn in the first day of school to their third period teacher.

 

Langley High School Links to Forms

Important FCPS documents can be found by visiting the link below.

Opening of School

PTSA Back to School Packet Forms can be found by visiting the link below.

PTSA Back to School Forms

AP Exam Fee Structure (New!)

Starting with the 2019-2020 school year, the College Board is launching MyAp, a digital platform which includes new AP test ordering timeline, fee structure and instructional resources.  As a result, FCPS had to adjust the AP Test Opt-Out timeline and fees.  AP students must now make Opt-out decisions for AP tests in October 2019 and parents will be billed in December 2019 for tests that exceed the six FCPS funded tests.  Per College Board’s new fee structure, AP students that do not sit for a registered AP test after November 15th 2019 for reasons that include forgetting to opt-out, dropping an AP course, not sitting for the test on exam day etc., will be assessed a$40.00 change fee.  Please be sure to review the materials on the LHS website. 

Should you have any questions, please contact the AP Test Coordinator, Ms. Jennifer Baldesare at jlbaldesare@fcps.edu.

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Message from the Principal

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Greeting Saxon Families,

 

The new school year has gotten off to a great start in Saxon Country. Students and staff are quickly reacclimating to the school routine. As administrators visited classrooms throughout the week, we found high levels of student engagement, laughter and joy. It has been wonderful to see students’ educational experiences being expanded through the use of the school issued laptops.

 

I look forward to seeing each of you at Back to School night Wednesday evening beginning at 7pm. In order to access your student’s schedule, you will need to have it accessible on ParentVue or ask your student for classroom information.

 

Also, please note, Columbus Day, October 14, will be a student holiday. Also, October 16 school will dismiss at 12:55 after PSAT testing.

 

I wish each of you a relaxing and safe holiday weekend.

 

Fondly,

 

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @langleyfcps

 

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 26

-First Day of School

  • Students should bring their laptops fully charged to school.
  • Students that have not picked up their laptops may go to room 2213 from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. or during the lunch period.

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29

-Underclass Photos

  • 9th & 10th grade (P.E. class)
  • 11th grade (English class)
  • Order Form

-PTSA New Families Coffee, Lecture Hall, 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

  • All parents of newly incoming 10th, 11th and 12th graders are welcome to join Principal Greer and Braden Peterson, Director of Student Services, to talk about transitioning to Langley High School.  Please RSVP to Chrissie Lavin chrissieelavin1@gmail.com or Julie Hohl jbzhohl@verizon.net if you are able to attend.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30

-Holiday, No School

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

-Labor Day Holiday – No School

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

-Underclass Photos

  • 9th & 10th grade (P.E. class)
  • 11th grade (English class)
  • Order Form

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

-Back to School Night (all grades), 7:00 p.m.

 

FCPS Required Forms

The required forms listed below are due the first day of school to student's third period teacher.

Emergency Care Information

All students must have accurate emergency care information.  Parents can update this information through WeCare@School. Update no later than Monday, August 26th.  A completed signed emergency care form should also be returned on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Student's Rights and Responsibilities

Review the Student's Rights and Responsibilities with your child.

Bring the signed  Parent and/or Guardian Signature Sheet on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Health Information Form

Complete the Health Information Form and turn in the first day of school to their third period teacher.

 

LHS Website Links to Forms

 

Important FCPS documents can be found by visiting the link below.

Opening of School

 

PTSA Back to School Packet Forms can be found by visiting the link below.

PTSA Back to School Forms

 

Kiss and Ride Information

Looking forward to greeting students tomorrow as they return to Saxon Country for the kickoff for what we hope to be a fantastic school year. Parents, we kindly ask that you use the designated kiss and ride area for drop off and pick up of your student. Surrounding residential areas are not allowed to be used. Thank you for your assistance as we work to ensure the safety of all our students.

Did you know….The Virginia Health Department released a statement on 8/20/19 about the increase in hospitalization across the country from vaping. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is providing consultation to health departments about clusters of pulmonary illnesses linked to e-cigarette use, “vaping” or “dabbing”(vaping marijuana oils, extracts or concentrates), primarily among adolescents and young adults. Between June 28, 2019 and August 15, 2019, 94 possible cases of severe lung illness associated with “vaping” were reported from 14 states.”

Here is the full release   http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/clinicians/respiratory-illness-and-vaping/

Romeo & Juliet Auditions: Initial auditions are on Tuesday, 8/27 from 3:15-4:32, 8/28 from 3:15-4:32 and if needed, Thursday 8/29 from 3:15-3:45.  Auditions are at 3 minute intervals and everything the auditioning actor needs to know is posted on the new Romeo & Juliet Google Classroom site.  The code to join is wm9uvxp.  Specific monologues have been posted and actors should prepare one of their choice.  Callbacks will be on Wednesday 9/4 from 3:15-5:15 and on Thursday, 9/5 from 3:15-6:15, if needed.  Sign-up sheets will be up on the bulletin board of the black box by the morning of Monday, 9/26.

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

For a full list of upcoming events visit the “Langley Calendar”.

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Not coming to LHS this year? 

We need your help! If you have not already done so, would you take 2 minutes and email our Registrar, Ms. Mary Gratz at MJGratz@fcps.edu this Intention Form.  This is only required if you are NOT attending Langley this year.  It only takes a moment of your time and helps us better prepare for the many students joining us from around the world these last few weeks of August.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation and we wish you the very best wherever your journey may take you!

 

Intention form direct link: https://www.fcps.edu/sites/default/files/media/forms/it110.pdf

MONDAY, AUGUST 19

-Senior Portraits, Cafeteria

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20

-Senior Portraits, Cafeteria

-FCPSOn 9th and 10th Grade: 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

  • Enter the building through Entrance #14

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21

-*Parking Hang Tag Pick Up, Main Office Lobby, 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

-FCPSOn 11th and 12th Grade: 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

  • Enter the building through Entrance #14

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22

-New Families Orientation for grades 10, 11, 12, Library, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

-Freshman Orientation for 9th grade students and parents, 10:00 a.m.

  • Students meet in the Main Gym (Entrance #13) and parents meet in the Auditorium (Entrance #14) from 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Please bring your credit card or checkbook to purchase PE uniforms ($27), join the PTSA, pay class dues and buy Langley Spiritwear.  Freshman can pick up computers after orientation beginning at noon.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23

-Senior Portraits, Cafeteria

 

FCPS Required Forms

The required forms listed below are due the first day of school to student's third period teacher.

Emergency Care Information

All students must have accurate emergency care information.  Parents can update this information through WeCare@School. Update no later than Monday, August 26th.  A completed signed emergency care form should also be returned on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Student's Rights and Responsibilities

Review the Student's Rights and Responsibilities with your child.

Bring the signed  Parent and/or Guardian Signature Sheet on the first day of school to their third period teacher.

Health Information Form

Complete the Health Information Form and turn in the first day of school to their third period teacher.

 

Important FCPS Documents

Important FCPS documents can be found by visiting the link below.

Opening of School

 

Back to School Packet Forms

Langley PTSA Membership

Langley PTSA Fundraising Flyer

Langley PTSA Website

Langley eNews

 

Join the PTSA

CauseNetwork

Visit the PTSA Website

Find out more … get involved …share your news!

Langley Athletic Sponsorships Booster

Langley Athletic Booster Membership

Athletic Boosters Fall Yard Signs

Promote your business with a Sponsorships package! Download form to join or click here to join now!

Athletic Booster Membership and Passes! Download form to join or click here to join now!

Fall athletes order your fall yard sign!

Orchestra Fundraiser

2019 Holiday Ornament

Chorus SAT Fundraiser

Chorus License Plates

SAT Fundraiser & License Plates

Band Fundraiser and Game Schedule

Tag Day, Bands on the Run and more!

   

Academic Boosters

Membership Form

   

Crew Open House

Langley Crew

Fall rowing information!

Langley Hockey

Langley Ice Hockey

   

Picture Order Form

Underclass Picture Order Form

Saxon Scope

Subscribe to the Saxon Scope

Saxon Stage

Saxon Stage on Cue - SSOC

   

Freshman Welcome Letter

Class of 2023

Sophomore Flyer

Class of 2022

 

Junior Class Letter

Class of 2021

 

Senior Class Flyers

Yearbook Senior Ad

Senior Class Letter

Capitol Steps Flyer

ANGP Order Form

ANGP Authorization Form

Senior Events

Senior Swag

 

 

Back to School Packet Forms

*Parking Hang Tag Information

Senior Parents:

Payment for parking hang tags can now be made through www.myschoolbucks.com.  Once logged into MSB, search in the School Store for Parking Hang Tags and click on View Details.  

If your child has not already submitted a completed and signed parking application and rules form, links for the forms are available within the payment icon.  A copy of the student’s driver’s license is also required. 

For students who submitted applications prior to the end of the 2019 school year, the forms as well as a copy of their driver’s license was received at that time. 

At this time, parking hang tags are only available to seniors (1 per family) and all financial obligations to the school must be cleared. 

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

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MONDAY, AUGUST 12

-FCPSOn 10th Grade

  • A – L, 8:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.
  • M – Z, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Please enter the building through Entrance #14

-Meet the Coach Night for Fall Sports, Auditorium, 7:00 p.m.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 13

-Saxon Start Program for 9th Grade, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 P.M. (FCPSOn for 9th Grade “Saxon Start” participants only 12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14

-Saxon Start Program for 9th Grade, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

-FCPSOn 11TH Grade

  • A – L, 8:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.
  • M – Z, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Please enter the building through Entrance #14

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 16

-FCPSOn 12TH Grade

  • A – L, 8:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.
  • M – Z, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Please enter the building through Entrance #14

Senior Parents:

Payment for parking hang tags can now be made through www.myschoolbucks.com.  Once logged into MSB, search in the School Store for Parking Hang Tags and click on View Details.  

If your child has not already submitted a completed and signed parking application and rules form, links for the forms are available within the payment icon.  A copy of the student’s driver’s license is also required. 

For students who submitted applications prior to the end of the 2019 school year, the forms as well as a copy of their driver’s license was received at that time. 

At this time, parking hang tags are only available to seniors (1 per family) and all financial obligations to the school must be cleared. 

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Requesting a refund for my student's meal account

Meal account refunds can be requested by e-mailing the following information to mealaccountrefund@fcps.edu

  1. Student Name
  2. Student ID # (listed on the student's schedule)
  3. School Name
  4. Parent Name
  5. Street Address
  6. City, State and Zip code
  7. Phone #

On June 30 of each year, balances for all graduating seniors will no longer report in MySchoolBucks.  Food and Nutrition Services will have access to balance files and if parents have not requested a transfer or refund by this date, they may still do so up to one year (to June 30 of the following  year) using the above methods.

Parents are required to log into www.MySchoolBucks.com and from the homepage dashboard and click “Remove Student." Click the box under “Remove?” for the graduating student’s name.

PTA Reflections Contest for the 2019 – 2020 School Year

Here's your chance for artistic fame and fun! The fall PTA Reflections contest theme is Look Within. Oh the places you'll go with that. Dance, Visual Arts, Photography, Music, and Literature. Go for it.  Create something this summer so you can go all out. You can enter as many times as you like.  Email langleyreflections@gmail.com for all the information.

Here is a a 1:41 sec video that sums up the Reflections theme/contest for Fall 2019.  https://youtu.be/XjoCIjwKzUo

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Message from the Principal

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August 7, 2019

Greeting Saxon Families,

It’s hard to believe that we are in the final weeks of summer vacation. I hope the break has provided each of you an opportunity to rest, rejuvenate and reconnect with family and friends. As you are enjoying the waning summer days, please know the staff here at Langley is busy preparing the building to welcome students and teachers later in the month.

Our custodial team has been busy beautifying the building and grounds. The floors are gleaming and each space has been thoroughly refreshed. I thank them for their hard work over the summer and the pride they take in providing our students and staff a clean learning environment.

As you are aware, this school year, each FCPS high school student will be issued a laptop. The distribution days and times may be accessed through the link below. Students must report to the building to pick up their own laptops. Students must report to the Lecture Hall with a photo ID for laptop distribution. Once the laptop is received, approximately 30 minutes will need to be allotted for students to complete the laptop check out process. Please enter the building through Entrance #14.

Laptop Distribution Information

Opening of School

I am looking forward to a fantastic school year. I hope to see you at our various school events. Should the need ever arise, please do not hesitate to reach out to school staff members or me for assistance. We are here to support our students and families.

Enjoy the remaining days of summer. Go Saxons!

                                                                                                                        

Fondly,

 

Kim

 

Kimberly Greer

Principal

Langley High School

703.287.2704

Follow me on Twitter! @LangleyLeader

 

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