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Early/Change in Dismissal
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit
Centreville Elementary School Features
Ms. Heiman, Ms. Manoleras, Ms. Otchy, Ms. Sook Smith, and Ms. Liz Smith Recognized as FCPS CARES of the Month Recipient!
May 31, 2022
Congratulations to Ms. Amy Heiman, Ms. Nia Manoleras, Ms. Jaclyn Otchy, Ms. Sook Smith, and Ms. Ms. Liz Smith on their recognition as the March 2022 Region 4 FCPS CARES Recipients of the Month by the FCPS Department of Human Resources
Ms. Resquin Recognized as the FCPS 2021 Region 4 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee
June 15, 2021
Congratulations to our amazing Technology Support Specialist Aimee Resquin who was recognized as the FCPS 2021 Region 4 Outstanding School-Based Professional Employee!
Outdoor Learning Becomes Second Nature For Centreville Students
May 17, 2021
As the weather turns warmer, our students and teachers are utilizing outdoor space to create an alternative learning environment surrounded by nature, part of a successful pilot program due to be expanded this summer and fall.
FCPS News and Features
Superintendent's Weekly Reflections
Superintendent Reid writes a weekly blog to keep people up to date with all of the great things happening in Fairfax County Public Schools. This week she met with military families at Fairview ES, joined the Student Equity Ambassador Leads (SEALS) kickoff meeting, and was a panel member at the 50 State Afterschool Network Meeting in D.C.
FCPS Graduation Rates Remain Strong for the Class of 2022
After seeing record high rates last year, the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Class of 2022 continued to report strong on-time graduation rates at 94.2 percent, according to data released today from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).