We Made It! We’ve come a long way since we started school back on August 29, 2016! Looking back, it’s been another great year – but we are all ready for summer! We hope that all of you have a safe, happy, and healthy summer vacation. Below are just a few last-minute items.
Historical Marker Presentation, June 6 A state historical marker issued by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources was dedicated on June 6. The marker commemorates the “Ashburn Colored School,” constructed around 1892 in Loudoun County to serve African American students during the era of public school segregation in Virginia and other states.
The roadside marker was a project of seventh-grade students under the guidance of social studies teacher Anthony Dodson and supported by the Loudoun Education Foundation.
Thanks for a Fabulous Genius Hour, June 6 We were delighted to have so many people attend the 8th grade Genius Hour on June 6. Our 8th graders worked hard all year on their independent research projects, and we know they appreciated having an appreciative audience. Thanks to everyone who participated and attended.
Pick Up Medications in Clinic, by June 12 Don’t forget to pick up medications in the clinic by Monday, June 12, 2:30PM. Medications CANNOT be stored over the summer and will be discarded if not picked up by 2:30PM on Monday.
Final Report Cards, June 21 Report cards will be mailed home from the LCPS central office on Wednesday, June 21. Report card envelopes will also contain SOL score reports. Report cards will be visible in ParentVUE and StudentVUE at 8:00AM that same day, Wednesday, June 21.
2017-2018 Supply Lists Available To see what supplies are required for next year, click HERE.
Rising Farmwell 6th Graders: INSPIRE Camp We are still accepting rising 6th grade registrations for the afternoon session of INSPIRE camp. (The morning session is full.) The program runs Monday, July 31, through Friday, August 4. The cost is $75, which covers the cost of materials, teacher salaries, and a daily snack. For more information, click HERE. Peachjar flyer posted HERE.
Keep Checking Peachjar There are many, many summer opportunities posted on Peachjar, posted by Farmwell and by Loudoun County Public School. Final Peachjar statistics indicate that posting flyers electronically like this resulted in a savings of 236,170 sheets of paper and 28.34 trees. Click HERE to view Peachjar electronic flyers.
Summer Hours Farmwell’s summer office hours are 8:30AM – 3:00PM.
Have a great summer! Farmwell Station Middle School