Lake Anne Weekly Update: October 22

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Hot Cocoa on the Playground is TONIGHT! Welcome, Dr. Brittany Rogers!

Lake Anne is thrilled to welcome our new assistant principal, Dr. Brittany Rogers, to the Dolphin Family! Dr. Rogers is a dynamic, knowledgeable, and dedicated instructional leader who is excited about working with our Dolphin Family.  #dolphinpride #makingasplash #wearefamily

Book Character Day Calling all Dolphins!

We are excited to celebrate Book Character Day on Friday, October 29th! Join us in dressing up like your favorite book character or characters. Let’s show our creativity and school spirit! 

Walk and Roll to School on Nov 5th Student-Parent Survey For Federal Impact Aid

On Tuesday, October 19, your student received a Student-Parent Survey to bring home for you to complete and return to Lake Anne ES.  Returning this form is important because information from this survey results in an additional $3 million in grants each year from the U.S. Department of Education. These funds are used to support all Fairfax County public schools and centers. For each school-aged child in your household, please complete, sign, date, and return the survey to your child's school. If sections 1 and 2 of the survey do not apply to you, just check the boxes in Section 3. All forms must be signed, dated, and returned by October 26. All results are CONFIDENTIAL.

Video link - https://youtu.be/1xRtyRxco_U

FCPS is Hiring Subs!

FCPS is looking for kind and caring substitute teachers to ensure our students continue to thrive when teachers need to be out of the building. Substitute teaching is a great opportunity for stay-at-home parents who would like a flexible work schedule. Subs save the day- apply today!

https://www.fcps.edu/careers/career-opportunities/substitute-teaching-opportunities

Early Voting Now Open and the School Bond Referendum is on the November 2 Ballot

A school bond referendum will be on the general election ballot on Tuesday, November 2. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Residents of Fairfax County may vote if they are 18 years or older on Election Day and have registered to vote 22 days prior to the election (on or before October 12, at 5 p.m.). 

Early voting is now open and available through October 30. See the Fairfax County early voting website for hours and locations

A new or renovated school is 40-50% more energy efficient—supporting the School Board’s phased goal for carbon-neutral energy use by 2040.

The building and renovation of schools is not financed through the school system’s operating funds but through bonds. Bonds sales must be approved by voters since they are a future obligation for taxpayers. As long as debt service costs do not increase significantly as a percentage of combined general fund disbursements, the county's bonded debt is not likely to be a contributing factor to an increase in local taxes.

Learn more about the 2021 Bond Referendum

FCPS Podcast Episode 4: Establishing Routines Help with Time Management

Listen and subscribe to a FCPS Multilingual Family Podcast to hear timely, important information related to school news. The podcasts are produced in conjunction with the Office for ESOL Services and the Office of Professional Learning and Family Engagement. In this episode, listeners hear suggestions for daily school routines to promote time management. Routines can offer parents a peace of mind and ease the stress of hectic days.

 

Listen and Subscribe:

Spanish Podcast: https://anchor.fm/enpocaspalabrasfcps

Arabic Podcast: https://anchor.fm/inafewwordsarabicfcps

Korean Podcast: https://anchor.fm/inafewwordskoreanfcps

Healthy Together Fairfax Virtual Summit

October 25-28

We are bringing together organizations and individuals in Fairfax County for important discussions about the health of our community.

Click here for more information!

COVID-19 Vaccinations for 5-11 Year-olds

In Tuesday’s work session, Dr. Brabrand shared that FCPS is working with area health care organizations to plan a collaborative effort to support COVID-19 vaccination for 5-11 year-olds as soon as the vaccine is authorized. We will continue to share information as that evolves.

COVID-19 Screening

In support of our commitment to safety, Lake Anne Elementary will begin optional COVID-19 screening testing students the week of November 8

 

Routine testing is a highly recommended strategy to reduce COVID-19 transmission and keep our schools safe. Following recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 10% of students who are not fully vaccinated and have parent/guardian consent will be randomly selected for weekly testing. 

 

Parent/guardian consent is required for students to be part of the testing pool. We will share more information about how to submit your child(ren)’s vaccination status and opt in to testing soon.

 

Test results will be kept confidential. Parents/guardians will be able to review results through the secure vendor portal. Parents/guardians may select an option to share their child’s test results with FCPS. Sharing results with FCPS is optional.

 

More information about COVID-19 testing in FCPS can be found on the FCPS website. Please contact Mrs. Stewart if you have any questions or concerns.

Calendar Reminders

October 22: Hot Cocoa on the Playground

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/ 2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

November 5th: Walk and Roll to School

November 11: Veteran's Day/ 2 hour Early Release

November 24-26: Thanksgiving Holiday

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

11510 North Shore Drive Reston, VA 20190 | Main Office: 703-326-3500
Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Update: Tuesday October 19

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Student- Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid

Today, Tuesday, October 19, 2021 your child was sent home in your child's backpack the Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid.    

This is a reminder, all forms must be signed, dated, and returned by Friday, October 29th for each school-aged child in your household.  The information that you provide will be treated confidential.  Thank you for your assistance.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: October 15

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Digital Citizenship Week is Oct 18-22!

Next week, Lake Anne is taking part in #FCPSDigCit Week! We’ll have daily activities to help students think about how technology affects their lives. Plus, they'll reflect on how they can use technology to be a positive influence in their community. Use these conversation starters to help your kids talk about their digital lives:

Book Character Day Calling all Dolphins!

We are excited to celebrate Book Character Day on Friday, October 29th! Join us in dressing up like your favorite book character or characters. Let’s show our creativity and school spirit! 

Sub and Save the Day!

 

FCPS is looking for kind and caring substitute teachers to ensure our students continue to thrive when teachers need to be out of the building. Substitute teaching is a great opportunity for stay-at-home parents, retirees, college students, and anyone who wants a flexible work schedule. Subs save the day- apply today!

 

South Lakes HS Homecoming Hot Cocoa on the Playground Student-Parent Survey For Federal Impact Aid

On Tuesday, October 19, your student will receive a Student-Parent Survey to bring home for you to complete and return to Lake Anne ES.  Returning this form is important because information from this survey results in an additional $3 million in grants each year from the U.S. Department of Education. These funds are used to support all Fairfax County public schools and centers. For each school-aged child in your household, please complete, sign, date, and return the survey to your child's school. If sections 1 and 2 of the survey do not apply to you, just check the boxes in Section 3. All forms must be signed, dated, and returned by October 26. All results are CONFIDENTIAL.

Video link - https://youtu.be/1xRtyRxco_U

Community News

Contact the Reston library or Cornerstones for their schedule of classes and to register.

FCPS Solicits Public Comment on K - 8 Science Basal Instructional Resources Under Consideration for Adoption

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) is soliciting public review and comment on basal instructional resources under consideration for K - 8 Science.  A basal resource review committee composed of community members, administrators, and teachers will meet in November and December of 2021 to review and recommend new K - 8 Science instructional resources to the School Board.  Citizens are encouraged to review materials under consideration and complete the online public comment form so that valuable community feedback may be shared with the School Board and committee as part of the review process.  

K - 8 Science basal instructional materials may be accessed online October 14th through November 14th.  Digital materials for public review and comment will be available at the following link ­ https://www.fcps.edu/node/39027 beginning October 14th.

Visit a Mobile Testing Site

The Health Department's mobile laboratory provides testing in locations throughout the county for individuals’ who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Sites were selected, based on Health Department data, to increase access to testing in areas within the county with higher numbers of cases and limited testing resources or clinics.. Dates, times and locations will be updated as information changes.

 

Location /Dates / Times

Grand Mart Alexandria

6255 Little River Turnpike, Alexandria VA, 22312

October 19

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

Food Lion Store #943 7760 Gunston Plaza, Lorton, VA 22079

October 26

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

H Mart Herndon 1228 Elden Street, Herndon, VA

October 21

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

If You Don’t Have Insurance

Many of the locations in the document above offer testing for uninsured patients. If you do not have a primary doctor, and you are concerned that you have symptoms of COVID-19, you can contact HealthWorks (703-443-2000) or Neighborhood Health (703-535-5568) to be evaluated and schedule a testing appointment. New patients are accepted with or without insurance and on a sliding scale fee if low-income and uninsured. Priority is given to patients with symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

 

HealthWorks provides COVID-19 testing free for uninsured patients who meet eligibility for the sliding scale fee and do not already have another primary doctor. Patients should call 703-443-2000 to get a telehealth evaluation by a medical provider prior to scheduling a test.

 

Neighborhood Health provides COVID-19 testing free for uninsured patients who meet eligibility for the sliding scale fee. Patients should call 703-535-5568 to get a telehealth evaluation by a medical provider prior to scheduling a test.

 

Inova Cares Clinics for Families provides primary care services for patients with Medicaid or low-income uninsured patients up to 400% Federal Poverty Guideline and offers limited COVID-19 testing.

 

The Fairfax Health District has many low-cost health care resources for individuals who lack health insurance. See: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Health Care Options for the Uninsured

You can also call our Coordinated Services Planning service at 703-222-0880, TTY 711 (Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.) to talk with someone about your needs and receive advice on services available to you.

Calendar Reminders

October 22: Hot Cocoa on the Playground

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/ 2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

November 11: Veteran's Day/ 2 hour Early Release

November 24-26: Thanksgiving Holiday

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

11510 North Shore Drive Reston, VA 20190 | Main Office: 703-326-3500
Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Weekly Update: October 8

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Student Holiday: Indigenous Peoples' Day

Calendar ReminderMonday, October 11th is a student holiday for Indigenous Peoples' Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 12th. 

On Monday, we celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. We recognize and honor the beautiful traditions and cultures of Indigenous People, not just in America, but around the world.

Dining for Dollars!

Support Lake Anne and get in the Spooky Spirit by dining at Bobby's Bagels on Monday, October 11th! Pre-ordering is highly recommended.

Bobby's Bagels will be generously donating 15% of online orders with code LAKEANNE and in-store orders when Lake Anne ES is mentioned!

Stuff the Bus

It’s time to Stuff the Bus! Help spread the word. Donations accepted on Saturday  10/9/21 from 10am – 3pm. See the attached flyers for locations and food needs.

Stuff The Bus- Most Requested Items

Stuff The Bus- Donation Sites

 

Community News

Contact the Reston library or Cornerstones for their schedule of classes and to register.

Vax Up, FCPS!

Vax Up FCPS! The Fairfax Community Vaccination Center reopens TODAY- get vaccinated or get a booster if you are eligible and do your part to keep schools safe and end the pandemic. Find out more at

https://fairfaxcountyemergency.wpcomstaging.com/2021/10/05/community-vaccination-center-to-reopen-in-tysons-on-oct-8/

Visit a Mobile Testing Site

The Health Department's mobile laboratory provides testing in locations throughout the county for individuals’ who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Sites were selected, based on Health Department data, to increase access to testing in areas within the county with higher numbers of cases and limited testing resources or clinics.. Dates, times and locations will be updated as information changes.

 

Location /Dates / Times

Grand Mart Alexandria

6255 Little River Turnpike, Alexandria VA, 22312

October 5 October 19

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

Food Lion Store #943 7760 Gunston Plaza, Lorton, VA 22079

September 30 October 12 October 26

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

H Mart Herndon 1228 Elden Street, Herndon, VA

October 7 October 21

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

 

If You Don’t Have Insurance

Many of the locations in the document above offer testing for uninsured patients. If you do not have a primary doctor, and you are concerned that you have symptoms of COVID-19, you can contact HealthWorks (703-443-2000) or Neighborhood Health (703-535-5568) to be evaluated and schedule a testing appointment. New patients are accepted with or without insurance and on a sliding scale fee if low-income and uninsured. Priority is given to patients with symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

 

HealthWorks provides COVID-19 testing free for uninsured patients who meet eligibility for the sliding scale fee and do not already have another primary doctor. Patients should call 703-443-2000 to get a telehealth evaluation by a medical provider prior to scheduling a test.

 

Neighborhood Health provides COVID-19 testing free for uninsured patients who meet eligibility for the sliding scale fee. Patients should call 703-535-5568 to get a telehealth evaluation by a medical provider prior to scheduling a test.

 

Inova Cares Clinics for Families provides primary care services for patients with Medicaid or low-income uninsured patients up to 400% Federal Poverty Guideline and offers limited COVID-19 testing.

 

The Fairfax Health District has many low-cost health care resources for individuals who lack health insurance. See: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Health Care Options for the Uninsured

You can also call our Coordinated Services Planning service at 703-222-0880, TTY 711 (Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.) to talk with someone about your needs and receive advice on services available to you.

Calendar Reminders

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/ 2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

November 11: Veteran's Day/ 2 hour Early Release

November 24-26: Thanksgiving Holiday

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

11510 North Shore Drive Reston, VA 20190 | Main Office: 703-326-3500
Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Weekly Update: October 1

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Picture Day is Tuesday, October 5th! Picture Day at Lake Anne is Tuesday! 

Use the order form provided by your student's teacher, or order school pictures online at

www.strawbridge.net

(Online code FM370479)

Birthday Celebrations at School

Birthday parties are not permitted at school. If you are planning a party for your child away from school, please do not send party invitations to school unless you are inviting the entire class so that no child’s feelings are hurt. Due to food allergies, we request that you not bring in or send birthday treats. In addition, please do not send flowers, balloons, or other gifts to school. Wait until your child is home to present them with special gifts. You might consider contacting your child’s teacher to find another way to recognize your child’s birthday at school, such as donating a book, or other supply to the classroom in your child’s name. Thank you for your cooperation.

Kiss and Ride and Drop-off times

Doors open at 8:30 and Instruction begins at 8:50! Yes, Teachers start teaching at 8:50. Please help our Dolphins get the most out of their instructional day by being on time with student drop-off.

A reminder of our bell schedule this year:

8:30am- Doors Open

8:50am- School day starts and Instruction Begins!

3:35pm- Dismissal Begins

Illness Reminders

With cold and flu season upon us, your child may be sent home from the care room after presenting COVID-like symptoms. We all want them back in the classroom as soon as they are well. Starting Monday, October 4, the Return to School form is no longer needed, we will follow the following guidelines.

Students may return to school when their symptoms have improved and they have not had a fever without fever-reducing medications for at least 24 hours, AND have at least one of the following:

Proof of a Negative COVID-19 Test:

  • PCR (test result from lab or physician)
  • Rapid (test result from lab or physician)
  • Home Test (picture of negative home test AND note from parent attesting the result is for the specific child and to the date the test was administered)

OR

Physician’s Note

Note from a healthcare provider following a clinical evaluation stating the cause of symptoms is not COVID-19 and clearing the child to return to school.

Please note, if your child has been identified as a potential close contact or close contact to a  positive case, your child will follow the guidance provided by the health department to be cleared to return to school.

If you have any questions about this new process, or how to navigate your child’s return to school, please email Mrs. Stewart at jdstewart1@fcps.edu

October PTA Meeting

https://tinyurl.com/laesptameetings

Positivity project for families

P2 for Families is an easy and effective way for families to discuss the importance of character strengths and positive relationships. It is differentiated for grades Pre-K – 2, 3-5, 6. Each character strength follows a 1-1-3 model: 1 quote, 1 video, and 3 questions to drive conversations around character at home.

https://posproject.org/p2-for-families/

Password: P2

Thank you, Girl Scouts! 

We are so thankful for Lake Anne's Girl Scout Troop commitment to anti-bullying, and making every dolphin feel welcome, seen, and valued.

Mask up!

Please remember to send your student to school each day wearing their mask. All students, staff, and visitors must wear a mask to enter the building and to ride the bus.

Please be sure to also send your student to school each day with 3-4 extra masks in their backpack. Many students like to change their mask after recess or lunch.

Please help us keep our office stocked for emergencies by sending your student prepared for the day!

Social Media Reminders

As we settle into the school year, we love seeing kids engaging with each other and having fun. However, we also must be aware of the influence social media has over our students, especially trends and challenges that may lead students to misbehave in ways that could have serious consequences.

We ask you to talk with your child about their social media use and remind them that activities that cause damage to a person or property have serious consequences. You may want to review the Student Rights and Responsibilities with your child so they understand the expectations for behavior at school.

We appreciate your continued support as we work together to make this year a great one for all students.  

Subs Save the Day, and FCPS is hiring! 

Find out what it’s like to spend a day as an FCPS Super Sub and consider becoming one yourself!

 https://www.fcps.edu/blog/my-day-super-sub

Calendar Reminders

October 6: PTA Meeting

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/  2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Update: AAP Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting Tonight

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Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30-7:30pm | virtual link

 

https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/91738515236?pwd=RlBqUmpmSGFEWmkvb2wxVUc5WDRRdz09

 

Parents of students in grades 2-6 who would like to refer their child to the Level IV Screening committee should plan on attending this meeting.  The Level IV program is for students who require enrichment in all four core subject areas, Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.  

 

Students who need the Level IV program are generally ones who are above grade level in more than two areas of the curriculum for at least 80% of the year.  These students often will have mostly 4’s on their report cards, meaning that they exceed expectations in their classrooms.  Nationally normed test scores for these students often fall in the range of 120 and above.  These students should be able to pass advanced on the SOL math and reading tests (500 or above).

 

This meeting will explain how to refer your student, which forms to complete and what kinds of work samples are important for the file. If you cannot attend, the Power Point presentation will be shared on the Lake Anne website after the meeting.

 

Questions? Contact Mrs. Overton, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, at dloverton@fcps.edu.

 

Reunión de selección y remisión de nivel IV del programa académico avanzado

Miércoles 29 de septiembre | 6:30-7:30 pm | enlace virtual

 

https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/91738515236?pwd=RlBqUmpmSGFEWmkvb2wxVUc5WDRRdz09

 

Los padres de estudiantes en los grados 2-6 que deseen referir a su hijo al comité de evaluación de nivel IV deben planear asistir a esta reunión. El programa de Nivel IV es para estudiantes que requieren enriquecimiento en las cuatro materias principales, Matemáticas, Ciencias, Estudios Sociales y Artes del Lenguaje.

 

Los estudiantes que necesitan el programa de Nivel IV son generalmente aquellos que están por encima del nivel de grado en más de dos áreas del plan de estudios durante al menos el 80% del año. Estos estudiantes a menudo tendrán en su mayoría 4 en sus boletas de calificaciones, lo que significa que superan las expectativas en sus aulas. Los puntajes de las pruebas normativas a nivel nacional para estos estudiantes a menudo se encuentran en el rango de 120 o más. Estos estudiantes deben poder aprobar los exámenes SOL de matemáticas y lectura de nivel avanzado (500 o más).

 

Esta reunión explicará cómo recomendar a su estudiante, qué formularios completar y qué tipos de muestras de trabajo son importantes para el archivo. Si no puede asistir, la presentación de Power Point se compartirá en el sitio web de Lake Anne después de la reunión.

 

¿Preguntas? Comuníquese con la Sra. Overton, Maestra de Recursos Académicos Avanzados, en dloverton@fcps.edu.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: September 24

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Mask up!

Please remember to send your student to school each day wearing their mask. All students, staff, and visitors must wear a mask to enter the building and to ride the bus.

Please be sure to also send your student to school each day with 3-4 extra masks in their backpack. Many students like to change their mask after recess or lunch.

Please help us keep our office stocked for emergencies by sending your student prepared for the day!

Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30-7:30pm | virtual

This meeting will now be held virtually via Zoom. Zoom link:  https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/91738515236?pwd=RlBqUmpmSGFEWmkvb2wxVUc5WDRRdz09

Parents of students in grades 2-6 who would like to refer their child to the Level IV Screening committee should plan on attending this meeting.  The Level IV program is for students who require enrichment in all four core subject areas, Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.   

Students who need the Level IV program are generally ones who are above grade level in more than two areas of the curriculum for at least 80% of the year.  These students often will have mostly 4’s on their report cards, meaning that they exceed expectations in their classrooms.  Nationally normed test scores for these students often fall in the range of 120 and above.  These students should be able to pass advanced on the SOL math and reading tests (500 or above). 

This meeting will explain how to refer your student, which forms to complete and what kinds of work samples are important for the file. 

If you cannot attend, the Power Point presentation will be shared on the Lake Anne website after the meeting.   

Questions?  Contact Mrs. Overton, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, at  dloverton@fcps.edu

PTA Movie Night- September 24 Tonight is the night! Come join us at Brown's Chapel Park for Movie Night! Doors open ar 6pm, Movie starts at 7:15. Admission is FREE! See you there!

To pre-order pizza: https://tinyurl.com/laeszootopia

Lake Anne Spirit Wear Sale ends on Sunday 9/26! The PTA Spirit wear sale ends on Sunday! Support our PTA and show your #DolphinPride buy getting some spirit wear!

https://lakeannees2021fall.itemorder.com/sale

https://tinyurl.com/laesptameetings

Digital Consent Forms

Parents, we need your consent for some important digital resources your student may access this year on their laptops. Please complete this short permission form. We appreciate your support of our Digital Learners in the classroom!

Please contact your student's teacher if you would prefer to complete a paper consent form.

Click here for more information about the Digital Resources used at Lake Anne

Students Keep Learning in Pause, Quarantine with StreamIN/CheckIN

FCPS students being paused, quarantined, or isolated due to COVID-19 will soon have a way to stay connected with their classes until they return to in-person learning.

StreamIN/CheckIN provides meaningful instructional support for students who are paused, quarantined, or isolated due to COVID-19. Participating in StreamIN/CheckIN offers these students the opportunity to stay engaged with their classes so when they return, they haven’t missed a beat. 

Learn more about StreamIN/CheckIN on our website.

Calendar Reminders

September 24: PTA Movie Night

September 29: Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting

October 6: PTA Meeting

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/  2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Update: AAP Meetings switched to Virtual Format

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AAP Meetings switched to Virtual Format

Please note that the AAP meetings will now be held virtually. Use the link provided to enter the Zoom meeting.  Please type your name and your child’s name in parenthesis when you enter the meeting. 

 

Elementary Parent Information Meeting: Advanced Academic Programs Tuesday, September 21 | 6:30pm | virtual link

 

https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/96842904284?pwd=SkRKa2FlNGdMWmo4L3ViTUhEVXkzQT09

 

A parent information meeting will be held at Lake Anne Elementary on Tuesday, September 21, 2021at 6:30pm using the link above.   The AART will provide information about levels of service and examples at Lake Anne, explain the screening processes, and answer questions about part-time school-based and full-time Level IV services.

Questions? Contact Mrs. Overton, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, at dloverton@fcps.edu.

 

Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30-7:30pm | virtual link

 

https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/91738515236?pwd=RlBqUmpmSGFEWmkvb2wxVUc5WDRRdz09

 

Parents of students in grades 2-6 who would like to refer their child to the Level IV Screening committee should plan on attending this meeting.  The Level IV program is for students who require enrichment in all four core subject areas, Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.  

 

Students who need the Level IV program are generally ones who are above grade level in more than two areas of the curriculum for at least 80% of the year.  These students often will have mostly 4’s on their report cards, meaning that they exceed expectations in their classrooms.  Nationally normed test scores for these students often fall in the range of 120 and above.  These students should be able to pass advanced on the SOL math and reading tests (500 or above).

 

This meeting will explain how to refer your student, which forms to complete and what kinds of work samples are important for the file. If you cannot attend, the Power Point presentation will be shared on the Lake Anne website after the meeting.

 

Questions? Contact Mrs. Overton, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, at dloverton@fcps.edu.

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Attendance: 703-326-3535 | Web | Twitter

Lake Anne Weekly Update: September 17

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Dropping off late or picking up early?

If students will arrive to school late, or have a doctors appt, please call or email our attendance line to let the main office know.

Attendance Line: 703-326-3535 or LakeAnneESAttendance@fcps.edu

Please let the child’s teacher know if you plan to pick up a student early. If you plan to pick up your student early, you must be in the office for an early pickup of your student by 3:00pm. This will minimize the impact on the students and staff as they are working to complete their day.

Elementary Parent Information Meeting: Advanced Academic Programs Tuesday, September 21 | 6:30pm | Cafeteria

A parent information meeting will be held at Lake Anne Elementary  on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 6:30 pm in the cafeteria.  The AART will provide information about levels of service and examples at Lake Anne, explain the screening processes, and answer questions about part-time school-based and full-time Level IV services. Parents who want to attend are encouraged to find alternate childcare for their children. 

Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting Wednesday, September 29 | 6:30-7:30pm | Cafeteria

Parents of students in grades 2-6 who would like to refer their child to the Level IV Screening committee should plan on attending this meeting.  The Level IV program is for students who require enrichment in all four core subject areas, Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.   

Students who need the Level IV program are generally ones who are above grade level in more than two areas of the curriculum for at least 80% of the year.  These students often will have mostly 4’s on their report cards, meaning that they exceed expectations in their classrooms.  Nationally normed test scores for these students often fall in the range of 120 and above.  These students should be able to pass advanced on the SOL math and reading tests (500 or above). 

This meeting will explain how to refer your student, which forms to complete and what kinds of work samples are important for the file. 

If you cannot attend, the Power Point presentation will be shared on the Lake Anne website after the meeting.   

Questions?  Contact Mrs. Overton, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, at  dloverton@fcps.edu

StreamIN/CheckIN

StreamIN/CheckIN is FCPS’ solution to provide meaningful instructional support for students who are  paused, quarantined, or isolated due to COVID-19.

Livestreaming, or StreamIN, is the key element--a process where students have live access to watch and hear what’s happening in the classroom via Zoom or Google Meet.

Teachers may choose to record and post lessons instead of livestreaming. More information to come from FCPS over the next week!

PTA Movie Night- September 24

To pre-order pizza: https://tinyurl.com/laeszootopia

https://lakeannees2021fall.itemorder.com/sale

https://tinyurl.com/laesptameetings

Digital Consent Forms

Parents, we need your consent for some important digital resources your student may access this year on their laptops. Please complete this short permission form. We appreciate your support of our Digital Learners in the classroom!

Click here for more information about the Digital Resources used at Lake Anne

Calendar Reminders

September 21: Elementary Parent Information Meeting: Advanced Academic Programs

September 24: PTA Movie Night

September 29: Advanced Academic Program Level IV Referral and Screening Meeting

October 6: PTA Meeting

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter/  2 hour Early Release

November 1-2: Student Holidays. Staff PD Day

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Virtual Back to School Night is Tonight!

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Virtual Back to School Night!

 

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 6:00pm- 8:00pm

 

Please join us Virtually this evening for Lake Anne's Back to School Night! 

 

6:00pm- 7:00pm - Kindergarten- Grade 2 7:00pm- 8:00pm - Grades 3- 6

 

All parents should have received a Zoom invitation from their student's teacher. Please reach out to your student's teacher if you did not receive a link!

Before or after your Zoom session, check out these introduction videos from our amazing staff members! Use the Guest Passcode "dolphins21" to view the videos.

Admin/ Counselors

ESOL/ SPED Teachers

Resource Teachers

Art, Music, and PE

Digital Consent Forms

Parents, we need your consent for some important digital resources your student may access this year on their laptops.

Please complete this short permission form. We appreciate your support of our Digital Learners in the classroom!

Click here for more information about the Digital Resources used at Lake Anne

Calendar Reminders

September 14: Back to School Night

September 15: PTA Meeting

September 24: PTA Movie Night

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day. 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: September 10

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Virtual Back to School Night!

 

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 6:00pm- 8:00pm Please join us Virtually on Tuesday evening for Lake Anne's Back to School Night! 

 

6:00pm- 7:00pm - Kindergarten- Grade 2 7:00pm- 8:00pm - Grades 3- 6

 

All parents should receive a Zoom invitation from their student's teacher by Saturday, September 11th. If you do not receive a Zoom invite by Saturday, please reach out to your student's teacher.

Arrival and Dismissal Reminders

Every day, arrival and dismissal gets a little smoother! Thank you for your continued patience as we continue to polish our arrival and dismissal processes.

A reminder of our bell schedule this year:

8:30am- Doors Open

8:50am- School day starts and Instruction Begins!

3:35pm- Dismissal Begins

Transportation is working to improve service and bus ride times for students. Please utilize the following apps and websites to track bus routes and potential delays:

Digital Consent Forms

Parents, we need your consent for some important digital resources your student may access this year on their laptops. Please complete this short permission form. We appreciate your support of our Digital Learners in the classroom!

Click here for more information about the Digital Resources used at Lake Anne

Cub Scout Pack 1169

Join the fun and adventure with Cub Scout Pack 1169!

See the attached flyer for more information

Virtual Parenting Classes

Fairfax County Parenting Education Programs are offering virtual parenting classes for parents with children between the ages of 5-11. Parenting Education Programs are family centered sessions, proven to help parents and children develop healthy, nurturing relationships.  This program builds upon families’ strengths and positive values.   Due to COVID-19 social distancing recommendation, the class will be offered virtually via ZOOM which is a free web-based conferencing tool that allows us to meet on line. Each week, the parent will receive a Zoom link with a password by email to access the class.  This class will be offered in English. 

Calendar Reminders

September 14: Back to School Night

September 15: PTA Meeting

September 24: PTA Movie Night

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day. 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: September 3

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The rain earlier this week may have kept many of us indoors, but the turtles in our courtyard garden loved it!

Student Holiday: Labor Day Weekend

Calendar Reminder: Monday, September 4th is a student holiday for the Labor Day weekend.  Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 5th. 

Back to School Night Changed to Virtual Format Postponed to September 14

Many families have asked for a virtual Back to School Night because people are hesitant to be around large crowds. 

In response to that request, we will be changing our Back to School Night to a virtual format on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

Teachers will create an introductory video about themselves and their classroom.  Each classroom teacher will have a synchronous interactive session where parents can ask questions.

More details will follow in next week’s News You Choose.

How Pausing, Isolating, and Quaranting Helps Keep Our School Safe

Since the beginning of August 2021, the majority of COVID-19  cases have been acquired through community spread, OUTSIDE of school buildings. 

FCPS’ layered prevention strategies are working to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our schools. Pausing, quarantining, and isolating are tools we use to keep schools safe when a positive COVID-19 case is reported. Understanding the difference between the three scenarios can help families - and staff - be prepared.

Pause

A pause to in-person instruction is a short-term safety measure used by FCPS and the Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) to allow time to investigate and determine the safest way to address a positive case within our school community. The pause will be initiated by the FCHD for anyone who interacted with an individual who reported a positive COVID-19 case.

  • A pause typically lasts between 24-48 hours while FCHD verifies vaccination status and completes contact tracing.
  • Vaccination status may reduce the time spent in a pause, but must be verified every time an individual is put on a pause. 
  • The FCHD does not accept a negative COVID-19 test to release an individual from the pause. 
  • You will be contacted by the FCHD with a date they can return to school or work.
  •  This flowchart best explains what happens when there is a pause.
Close Contact

A close contact is any person, regardless of vaccination status, who is within 6 feet of a COVID-19 positive individual for equal to or greater than 15 minutes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) K-12 Exception indicates that students will not be identified as close contacts if they are at least 3 feet apart and are consistently wearing masks in the classroom setting. Adults are not included in this exception.

Quarantine

When a student is identified as a close contact, there are two things that may occur as a result:

  • Not fully vaccinated students who are identified as a close contact with someone with COVID-19 must remain home for 14 days after their last exposure. FCPS will notify a student of their return date.
  • Fully vaccinated students must remain home until your vaccination status is verified. Upon verification of vaccination status by the FCHD, and if the student/staff is asymptomatic, they may return to in-person learning and activities once notified by FCPS of their return date.
Isolation

Isolation is the response when someone tests positive for COVID-19. Students who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, may not return until:

  • It has been at least ten (10) days since the student first had symptoms AND
  • The student must be fever-free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication AND
  • The student’s symptoms are getting better

FCPS is committed to providing students with opportunities to remain engaged in learning when they are in a pause, quarantine, or isolation period. This chart outlines the ways students receive instruction and materials.

Outbreak

It is important to note that more than one case reported by a student, staff, or visitor to a particular school or building does not always mean there is an outbreak. An outbreak is defined as two or more laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases with onset within a 14-day period who are epidemiology linked (a case in which the person has been exposed to a confirmed case in a way that a known transmission can occur), do not share a household, and were not identified as close contacts of each other in a setting outside of school during the health department investigation. 

FCPS’ goal is to keep students learning in-person all year. We are doing our part by implementing layered prevention strategies and working with FCHD to address positive cases and potential exposures. Every FCPS student and family can do their part by wearing masks, getting vaccinated when they are eligible, practicing healthy hygiene, and staying home when sick. 

To learn more about COVID-19 case notifications, watch this video and the SEPTA Q&A session.

Support the Lake Anne PTA

Lake Anne's PTA is an integral part of our school and our children's academic success. We are a gorup of parents, teachers, and community members who share a commitment to improving the lives of children. Anyone is welcome to join the PTA, and everyone at the school benefits from it.

See the links below for a welcome letter from the PTA with info about meetings and how to join!

 

PTA Welcome Letter (English)

PTA Welcome Letter (Spanish) 

Power Pack Program

Greetings Lake Anne Families!  Our Power Pack (Friday food) program is starting up again.  If you would like to be included in this supplemental meal program, please let us know as soon as possible.  This is a confidential program which provides your student(s) a bag of food in their backpacks on Fridays.  To be included in this program, please email Marcela Dzeda, our school social worker, at mkdzeda@fcps.edu or 703-326-3587.  Thank you.

 

Programa de Power Pack

¡Saludos familias de Lake Anne! Nuestro programa Power Pack (comida de los viernes) está comenzando de nuevo. Si desea ser incluido en este programa de comidas suplementarias, háganoslo saber lo antes posible. Este es un programa confidencial que proporciona a sus estudiantes una bolsa de comida en sus mochilas los viernes. Para ser incluido en este programa, envíe un correo electrónico a Marcela Dzeda, nuestra trabajadora social de la escuela, a mkdzeda@fcps.edu o al 703-326-3587. Habla español. Gracias.

Community Events and Resources

Lake Anne families!  Did you know we have a wonderful social worker on our staff?  Our social worker, Marcela Dzeda, is compiling an email distribution list.  This email list will be used to alert families to community events such as food distribution events, winter coat distributions, and other community resources.  If you would like to be included on Ms. Dzeda’s distribution list, please email or call her at mkdzeda@fcps.edu or 703-326-3587.

 

Eventos y recursos comunitarios

¡Familias de Lake Anne! ¿Sabían que tenemos una trabajadora social maravillosa en nuestro personal? Nuestra trabajadora social, Marcela Dzeda, está compilando una lista de distribución de correo electrónico. Esta lista de correo electrónico se utilizará para alertar a las familias sobre eventos comunitarios como eventos de distribución de alimentos, distribución de abrigos de invierno y otros recursos comunitarios. Si desea ser incluido en la lista de distribución de la Sra. Dzeda, envíe un correo electrónico o llámela a mkdzeda@fcps.edu o al 703-326-3587.

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Calendar Reminders

September 3-6:  No School (Labor Day Break)

September 8: PTA Chick-Fil-A Dining for Dollars

September 14: Back to School Night

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day. 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Back to School Night Postponed- Switched to Virtual Format

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Back to School Night Changed to Virtual Format Postponed to September 14

Many families have asked for a virtual Back to School Night because people are hesitant to be around large crowds. 

In response to that request, we will be changing our Back to School Night to a virtual format on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

Teachers will create an introductory video about themselves and their classroom.  Each classroom teacher will have a synchronous interactive session where parents can ask questions.

More details will follow in next week’s News You Choose.

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Lake Anne Back to School Night is this Thursday!

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  Thursday, September 2, 2021 6:00pm- 8:00pm   Please join us at Lake Anne this Thursday evening for Back to School Night! 

 

6:00pm- 7:00pm - Kindergarten- Grade 2 7:00pm- 8:00pm - Grades 3- 6

 

We hope to see you here at the lake!

Digital Consent Form

Throughout the year, Lake Anne staff will be using a variety of digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use will require your consent before they can be used. We encourage you to complete the parental consent for digital resources form as soon as possible, as your child will not be able to use the digital resources until we have received your permission.

Student Holiday: Labor Day Weekend

Calendar Reminder: Friday, September 3rd and Monday, September 4th are student holidays for the Labor Day weekend.  Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 5th. 

Calendar Reminders

September 2: Back to School Night. 6-8pm

September 3-6:  No School (Labor Day Break)

September 14: AAP Parent Meeting

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day. 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: August 27

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What an exciting first week of school! 

It was so wonderful to have so many students safely back in our school building this week. Thank you for all your continued support of our learners as they start the new school year.

Back to School Night! Thursday, September 2, 2021 6:00pm-8:00pm

Please join us at Lake Anne next Thursday evening for Back to School Night!

6:00pm- 7:00pm - Kindergarten- Grade 2

7:00pm- 8:00pm - Grades 3- 6

Student Holiday: Labor Day Weekend

Calendar Reminder: Friday, September 3rd and Monday, September 4th are student holidays for the Labor Day weekend.  Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 5th. 

Band and Strings Opportunity

Dear 4th, 5th, and 6th grade families,

Welcome back to school!  We would like to invite all of you to join the musical fun of playing an instrument in the Lake Anne Band or Orchestra. Band and strings will become one of your music classes for the entire school year during the specials time each week. If you have any questions regarding which instrument to choose or if your family needs assistance in acquiring an instrument please indicate this on your form and/or email us. We would like enrollment forms returned by Tuesday, August 31st. Enrollment forms are to be completed on the google form at: https://forms.gle/4spHtPZq3CRWWYXR7 or scan the QR Code below. 

Safety is very important as well as having fun learning music. If you want to play an instrument and are concerned about germs we want to assure you safety comes first.  We will keep the rooms clean, there will be no instrument sharing, and proper masks will be worn at all times indoors. Wind players will be provided with an instrument face mask as well as a bell cover. If you would like to just wear your normal face mask then sign up for a stringed instrument, or percussion. Hope to see many of you join the fun of playing a musical instrument.

 

Musically yours,

Deni Cunningham                      Ellen Ellis                   Mr. De La Cruz

Band Director                             Strings Director         Strings Director 

DBCunningham@fcps.edu        EGEllis@fcps.edu      djajindelacr@fcps.edu 

Universal No-Cost Meals

Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, both breakfast and lunch will be offered to all FCPS students at no-cost. Breakfast is available in the cafeteria each morning from 8:30-8:50am. If a student desires to purchase a second meal or an a la carte item, they will need to pay through mySchool Bucks.  

Bus Transportation Update

Thank you for your patience regarding some of the challenges around bus transportation through the first week of school. Please utilize the following apps and websites to track bus routes and potential delays:

School Safety Drills

All FCPS schools are required to practice various safety drills throughout the school year.  The following are the required drills:

  • Fire Drills - 11 total
    • Twice during first 20 days of school
    • Once per month during remainder of school year
  • Lockdown Drills - Two Overall
    • Once during first 20 days of school
    • Once more during remainder of school year
  • Bus Evacuation Drills - Two overall
    • Once during first 30 days of school
    • Once during first 30 days of second semester
  • Tornado Drill - One overall 
    • Once in March 2022

The first required fire drill (Thursday) and lockdown drill (Friday) of the school year were completed during this first week of school. 

Calendar Reminders

September 2: Back to School Night. 6-8pm

September 3-6:  No School (Labor Day Break)

September 14: AAP Parent Meeting

October 11: Student Holiday. Staff PD Day. 

October 29: End of 1st Quarter

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: August 20

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Thank you Mr. Shin!!

Lake Anne would like to announce that Mr. Shin will be transitioning to a new position starting next week.  He has spent the past three years making a positive impact at Lake Anne and we will miss him.  Mr. Shin will be moving to Thoreau Middle School to serve as an assistant principal. This is a wonderful opportunity for him to continue his professional growth on the middle school level.

Mr. Shin says, “Thank you to all Lake Anne families, students, staff, and community members, for making this an amazing school to work and serve in over the past three year. Have a great year Dolphins!  I will miss you.”

Best of luck to Mr. Shin in his next adventure!  

First Day of School

The first day of school is Monday, August 23rd. 

Official school hours are 8:50am-3:35pm. 

Doors will open for students at 8:30am. 

We can't wait to see all of our Dolphins again!!

Mask Guidance

Masks are required for all students, staff, and visitors when inside Fairfax County Public School buildings and busses, regardless of vaccination status. Please remember to pack extra masks for your student to wear during the school day.  

Arrival and Dismissal

In order to alleviate large groups of students using the same doors, all students will enter and exit the school through designated doors.

  • Walkers - Entrance #1 (Main Entrance)
  • Kiss & Ride - Entrance #2 (Library)
  • Bus and Daycare - Entrance #3 (Cafeteria)

Students should not be dropped off prior to 8:30am.  Please ensure that students arrive to school by 8:50am. Dismissal will being at 3:35pm. 

School Supplies

The Lake Anne School supply list is available on the Lake Anne webpage. It is organized by grade.  Please bring school supplies to the main office or your student may bring it directly to their classroom.   

Stay in Touch  

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Back to School Bash

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Back to School Bash Reminder The Lake Anne Back to School Bash is taking place TONIGHT, August 19th from 5-7pm. Please arrive only at your student's designated time to meet their teacher and to see their classroom.  Afterward the open house hour, please join the PTA on the blue playground where each Dolphin will receive a popsicle to enjoy while they reconnect with their friends.  Looking forward to seeing all of our Dolphins!

*Masks are required for all students and adults when inside the building

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Lake Anne ES "Dive into a Book" Storytime!

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Wednesday Evenings July 7th - August 11th

Grab your goggles and flippers, and join us (virtually) for Dive into a Book Storytime, this summer! Dive Into a Book will happen each Wednesday (July 7th to August 11th) from 7:00 to 7:30 pm in the LAES Dive Into a Book Google classroom link. Students will hear books read aloud by members of our LAES staff on a variety of themes.

Please Join this Google Classroom to get the weekly link!

Our first Dive Into a Book  theme is “Sun Stories!” On July 7th at 7:00 pm, Ms. Danielson, Ms. Erath, and Sra. Bachelet will help us welcome summer! We hope your family can join us!

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne Weekly Update: August 9th

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Calendar Reminder

Tuesday, August 17th - Dolphin Detective. 1-3pm

Thursday, August 19th - Back to School Bash

Kindergarten 5pm

Grades 1-3 5:30pm

Grades 4-6 6pm

Monday, August 23rd - First Day of School

Thursday, September 2nd - Back to School Night

Dolphin Detective Tuesday, August 17th

Please join us at Lake Anne Elementary on Tuesday, August 17 from 1:00-3:00 PM for our soft opening! 

All Lake Anne family members are invited to come into the building and participate in a scavenger hunt to familiarize yourself with our school building. For more information please watch our video.   https://youtu.be/rJCrwFml6xw

Back to School Bash Thursday, August 19th

Let's celebrate the start of a new school year on Thursday, August 19th. Come by Lake Anne to meet your teachers and enjoy a popsicle on the playground. Please following the schedule below:

Kindergarten
5-6pm Open House
6:00pm Popsicles on the Playground

Grades 1-3
5:30-6:30pm Open House
6:30pm Popsicles on the Playground

Grades 4-6
6-7pm Open House
7:00pm Popsicles on the Playground

First Day of School Monday, August 23rd

The First Day of School of the 2021-2022 school year is Monday, August 23rd.  Lake Anne bell schedule is from 8:50am-3:35pm. More detailed information regarding the first day will be sent out at a later date. 

Returning Strong - 5 in Fall


FCPS has been planning for the return to school since spring, and we cannot wait to have students back in classrooms five days a week! You can prepare for a strong start to the school year by visiting the Return to School page, frequently checking the Return to School FAQs, and reading FCPS This Week for the latest information.

#ReturningStrong

FCPS Mask Guidance Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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Lake Anne ES "Dive into a Book" Storytime!

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Wednesday Evenings July 7th - August 11th

Grab your goggles and flippers, and join us (virtually) for Dive into a Book Storytime, this summer! Dive Into a Book will happen each Wednesday (July 7th to August 11th) from 7:00 to 7:30 pm in the LAES Dive Into a Book Google classroom link. Students will hear books read aloud by members of our LAES staff on a variety of themes.

Please Join this Google Classroom to get the weekly link!

Our first Dive Into a Book  theme is “Sun Stories!” On July 7th at 7:00 pm, Ms. Danielson, Ms. Erath, and Sra. Bachelet will help us welcome summer! We hope your family can join us!

Stay in Touch

Social Media: Follow @LakeAnneES on Twitter 

Email Updates: Sign up for Lake Anne News You Choose to receive weekly updates

On the web: Check out the Lake Anne website and FCPS website for updates.

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