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Falls Church Academy is committed to assisting students explore their future career interests in the areas of Health and Human Service fields.
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Falls Church Academy Dates To Remember
- October 29 - PSAT Testing for Registered Juniors - at your base school, Asynchronous Day for others
- October 30 - Falls Church Academy Asynchronous Day - Synchronous for Base School - Early Release
- October 30 - End of 1st Quarter
- November 2 & 3 - Student Holidays
- November 4 - 2nd Quarter begins
Thursday, 10/29 will be an asynchronous learning day for all students who are not participating in PSAT testing at their base school.
Students not taking the PSAT will be provided asynchronous learning opportunities from each of their teachers for Periods 1, 3, 5, 7.
Students should check Google Classroom, Blackboard 24/7 or their @fcpsschools.net Gmail for instructions from their teachers.Falls Church Academy Asynchronous Day & 2-Hr. Early Release on 10/30
Friday, 10/30 is the last day of the 1st Quarter and will be an asynchronous learning day for all Falls Church Academy classes but a synchronous learning day for all base school classes with a 2-hr. early release. FC Academy students should check Google Classroom, Blackboard 24/7 or their @fcpsschools.net Gmail for instructions from their Academy teachers. For all base school and classes, students should check their schools modified schedule for that day.Student Holidays on 11/2 & 11/3
Monday, 11/2 and Tuesday, 11/3 are students holidays. Teachers will not be available for office hours and students are not expected to complete new asynchronous assignments. Classes and operations will resume on Wednesday, November 4th for the beginning of the 2nd Quarter.Students return for in person learning
On October 19, the first cohort of Emergency Medical Technician students returned to in person instruction along with their teacher, Mrs. Penny Kelly. At this in-person class the students learned airway skills that would otherwise be difficult to master in a virtual setting. Mrs. Kelly looks forward to teaching each subsequent cohort of students on the upcoming Monday's.