Take Home Tuesday

September 31, 2021.

A special trial practice and information session hosted by the Bandits Wrestling Club and the Robinson, West Springfield, and Woodson High School Wrestling Teams.

The Northern Virginia Wrestling Federation (NFWF) has been promoting youth wrestling since 1966.  Throughout the winter athletic season, the NVWF hosts weekly tournaments for wrestlers of all abilities from more than 25 youth wrestling clubs across northern Virginia.   The Bandits Wrestling Club is an active member of the NVWF, primarily supporting wrestlers from Elementary and Middle Schools within the Robinson, Woodson, and West Springfield School pyramids.

All children in grades K-8 are invited to attend any or all of the free events listed above.  Learn about the sport, meet local High School Coaches and representatives of the Bandits Wrestling Club, and wrestle!  For additional info, visit our webpage at banditswrestling.com or email us at [email protected]  

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February 23, 2021

2021 Virtual Summer Enrichment Programs

William & Mary’s SEP is an academically challenging program with an emphasis on inquiry-based learning for students.  The program is not meant to replace the regular school curriculum; rather, it recognizes the importance of allowing able children to explore additional specialized areas of science, mathematics, humanities, and the arts.  Click for More Information.  

Summer 2021 SEP registration is now open for high ability students in grades 2-12. William & Mary’s Center for Gifted Education is excited to offer 2 weeks of virtual opportunities with courses available in the morning and afternoon each week.   We have virtual courses available in the areas of robotics, civics, STEM, coding, writing, social science, and many more.  Please see our Summer 2021 brochure for more information. 

Katie Latimer Program Coordinator Saturday & Summer Enrichment Programs Focusing on the Future K-12 Programs William & Mary - Center for Gifted Education P.O. Box 8795 | Williamsburg, VA | 23187 301 Monticello Ave | Williamsburg, VA | 23185

O: 757-221-2166 F:  757-221-2184

http://www.cfge.wm.edu

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December 8, 2020

Virtual visit with author & illustrator Zara González Hoang.

Thomas Jefferson Library will be hosting a virtual visit with author and illustrator Zara Gonzalez Hoang on Monday, January 11, at 12:00 PM.  Zara will be reading her new book "A New Kind of Wild," talk about how she made it, and teach students how to draw a coqui.  Attached is the flyer, and here is the link where families can register: https://librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/7305622 We hope to see all your Preschool through 3rd-grade students virtually on January 11 at noon! 

 

Spring 2021 SEP registration is now open for students grades 3-12.

Spring 2021 SEP registration is now open for students grades 3-12. William & Mary’s Center for Gifted Education is excited to offer 2 different spring sessions with courses available in the areas of art, STEM, botany, writing, poetry and many more.  Please see our Spring SEP 2021 flier for more information.   William & Mary’s SEP is an academically challenging program with an emphasis on inquiry-based learning for students.  The program is not meant to supplement the regular school curriculum; rather, it recognizes the importance of allowing able children to explore additional specialized areas of science, mathematics, humanities, and the arts.  Click for More Information.   Any questions can be directed to Katie Latimer, Program Coordinator:   @email or 757-221-2166

Katie Latimer Program Coordinator Saturday & Summer Enrichment Programs Focusing on the Future K-12 Programs William & Mary - Center for Gifted Education P.O. Box 8795 | Williamsburg, VA | 23187 301 Monticello Ave | Williamsburg, VA | 23185

O: 757-221-2166 F:  757-221-2184

http://www.cfge.wm.edu

 

November 10, 2020

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) is partnering with families to ensure we keep students and staff safe and healthy as we return to school buildings for learning. Working together, we will follow recommended health guidance that focuses on student health, safety, and emotional well-being.

Group 5

November 16 – tentative date

  • Early Head Start (infants and toddlers) 
  • PreK (three and four year olds) 
  • Kindergarten 
  • Intensive Support Needs (students instructed w/ modified curriculum for at least 50% of their core courses and instructed in special education settings 50% or more of their instructional day) 
  • Specialized Center-based Programs - Special Education Vision Program at Robinson
  • Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) Programs at Canterbury Woods ES, Frost MS and Woodson HS - students with 50% or more of core content areas in Special Education settings

Kiss and Ride Procedures: How does Kiss and Ride work?  

Kiss and Ride.pdf

Cub Scout Pack 873 Cub Scout Pack 873 

If you are looking for activities for your K-5th grade students this year, we would like to invite you to consider joining Cub Scout Pack 873. 

Our Pack is a Family Scouting Pack which means that boys and girls and their families have fun and adventure in an organized Scouting program that builds character and instills values. Cub Scouting embraces the values of citizenship, compassion, cooperation, courage, faith, health and fitness, honesty, perseverance, positive attitude, resourcefulness, respect, and responsibility. These values come to kids in all parts of the Cub Scout program—all while they're having a great time with their friends and families.

Cub Scout Pack 873 is based out of Canterbury Woods Civic Association and meets at Canterbury Woods Elementary School. We have meetings at CWES from September through June. There is one Pack meeting per month and Dens meets about twice a month, sometimes more. The den meetings are approximately 1 hour long and the pack meetings are also about 1 hour long depending on the Pack event.  For the 2020-2021 year, we will hold virtual meetings and when possible outdoor in person meetings and activities.  

We are always available to answer any questions you might have. There will be virtual information meetings held September 14 and 20.  Please feel free to join us at one of these meetings or contact us at @email