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News You Choose from Aldrin Elementary School
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Announcing Our New Assistant Principal, Katie Friedman!
Congratulations Katie! Aldrin is lucky to have you!
Window for AAP Level IV (full-time) Referrals to Close December 15, 2021
Parents/guardians of students in Grades 2-7 who would like their student to be considered for full-time advanced academic programs (level IV AAP services) may submit the AAP Level IV Referral Form by December 15, 2021.
UPDATE: Meal Kit Distribution Change for Winter Break
Additional meal kits are being prepared. December 8th - 15th.
No meal kits December 22nd, and 29th.
School-located Vaccine Clinics for Ages 5 - 11
Fairfax Health District and Fairfax County Public Schools are hosting 19 COVID-19 vaccine clinics at 9 schools for students ages 5-11 years. Schools include Hutchison, Annandale Terrace, Woodlawn, Centreville, Providence, and Franklin Sherman. Attendees are not required to be a student at that school. Vaccines will not be available for those 12 years and older.
No appointment is necessary, vaccinations are free, and children must be accompanied by a parent or another responsible adult.
Have a Concern You Want to Share with FCPS?
The Office of the Ombudsman provides an independent, confidential resource for students, families, community members, and employees who are seeking informal help to answer questions, resolve concerns, and voice complaints regarding FCPS matters. Contact them here.
Upcoming Events at Aldrin Elementary School
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit
Aldrin Elementary School Features
Congratulations to our November Everyday Equity Drawing Winner!
Ms. Hughes keeps equity at the center of being a second-grade teacher.
Happy Thanksgiving To All Who Celebrate
Students build Thanksgiving activities in our Maker Space.
You will see turkey cages, turkeys out of paper bags that are symmetrical and can stand on their own, and Thanksgiving tables built to hold as many cans of food as possible.