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Undergraduate Picture Make up Day November 10, 2022
Undergraduate Picture Make up day (Last Session for the year)
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Upcoming Events at West Springfield High School
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Mobile Crisis Unit
West Springfield High School Features
Red Ribbon Week
September 28, 2022
Enrique (Kiki) Camarena was a Mexican-American man working for the DEA after serving in the Marine Corps, being a fireman, police officer, and deputy sheriff in California. While on assignment in Mexico for four years, he was on the trail of the country’s biggest marijuana and cocaine traffickers. He was getting close to exposing a multi-billion dollar drug pipeline in 1985, until he was kidnapped that February. He was headed to lunch with his wife when he was last seen being thrown into a van by masked men, his body wasn’t discovered until a month later.
A Quick Peep into the Roaring 20’s
April 21, 2022
WSHS 11th grade students in WSHS teacher Jeri Clark’s US/VA History classes dove into learning about the Roaring 20’s hands and peep first, creating their own marshmallow Peep 1920’s-themed dioramas. Charlie Chaplin and silent movies, Flappers fashion, jazz, Knute Rockne and the Fighting Irish, family life and The Great Gatsby are among the topics student chose to portray. Now on display in the school library.
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).