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Each school has a Parent Liaison who helps address family needs. Our parent liaison is Martha Martinez. She can be reached at 703-715-3643 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FCPS Office of Special Services
The Office of Special Education Instruction directs and supports the development, implementation, operation, and evaluation of Pre-K–12 educational programs, curricula, and services that meet the unique needs of students with disabilities.
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
ESOL services prepare students to be college and career ready by developing proficiency in the English language. ESOL services help students achieve academic success, develop critical thinking skills, and solve problems.
School Psychology Services
School psychologists are mental health specialists with knowledge of child development, the psychology of learning, behavior management and intervention, monitoring the progress of students, and program evaluation.
Our school psychologist is Susan Hardman. She can be reached at 703-715-3620 or email@example.com.
Social Work and Support Services
School social workers focus on family and community factors that influence learning. They provide intensive services for students facing issues that pose risks to their academic success such as parent divorce and separation, grief, poverty, truancy, chronic illness, mental health problems, conduct problems, child abuse, etc.
Contact your school social workers if you need help finding affordable lunch for your children, food, holiday meals, clothing, school supplies, and eye glasses. They can also help your children maintain stability at school, should your family lose your stable housing. A federal law protects your children’s right to attend their same school even if your family loses stable housing.
Our school social worker is Toni Tupper. She can be reached at 703-715-3655 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Parent Resource Center
The PRC offers many services for families experiencing traumatic/stressful events, and for families of special needs students.
The Office of Transportation Services is responsible for providing the safe and efficient transportation of all eligible students to and from schools and school activities each day. Transportation Services includes buses, kindergarten transportation, walking and bicycling, kiss and ride, and driving to school.
At Hughes Middle School, students wishing to ride a bus home with another student must present notes from the parent of each student giving permission in order for a student to ride a bus other than the one assigned. Permission notes should include student name, date, reason for the visit, and the bus run number. These notes should be given to an office staff member prior to the beginning of school on the day of the visit. Office staff will issue a bus pass to the student. Permission must be granted from parents/guardians in writing. Phone calls will not be accepted.
Kiss and Ride
Kiss and Ride Students are received at Kiss and Ride beginning at 7:10 am at Entrance 5. Students who are driven to school should be dropped off at Kiss and Ride on Ridge Heights Road, NOT in the faculty parking lot, the bus lane or on Seahawk Drive. The Kiss and Ride lane should be approached from Soapstone Drive. Drivers should proceed east on Ridge Heights Road, toward South Lakes Drive and drop off their student by Entrance 5.
Students who forget items or call parents to bring an item, should check the shelf in the office. Parents who bring forgotten items to school should be sure the item is labeled with student name and place the item on the shelf. Items not claimed will be brought to the student’s lunch block.