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Take the mystery out of the SAT by taking a virtual SAT or PSAT practice test with Princeton Review.  Register here and you will be emailed a link to the online classroom and other information prior to the exam kickoff on September 30th. Afterwards, you'll receive a comprehensive score report detailing your strengths and weaknesses.  The $25 cost benefits Langley PTSA and the link to take the test is good for 120 days (starting at 9am on 9/30/23) so you can take the practice test at your convenience!

Start off the new school year by tapping into your artistic side and enter the National PTA’s Reflections contest this fall!
This year’s theme, “I am Hopeful Because…” can take you anywhere! Create your masterpiece in visual arts, dance choreography, film production, literature, photography, music composition or special arts. Compete at school, regional, state and national levels.
Follow this link A Quick Guide - Reflections 2023 and let your imagination run wild. Take some time for yourself and create something new!

The deadline is Oct 27. Questions? Email


The Safe Community Coalition, in partnership with the Temple Rodef Shalom, is proud to host the authors of Raising A Kid Who Can, an event that is sure to help parents - and kids - start the new school year off strong!


This book launch and speaker event features three McLean-based parenting experts - a child psychiatrist, a parent psychologist, and a child therapist - who have spent years distilling the latest parenting science and best practices to answer the complex question: Based on all that modern science has to offer, what are the most important things I should try to do in raising my kid? 


This meet-the-authors event takes place Wed, Sept 13 at Temple Rodef Shalom (2100 Westmoreland St.). The Presentation and Q&A is 7-8:30 pm with Book Signing immediately afterward. Books will be available for sale at the event.


See the flyer here. More info and registration for this event can be found here.


Learn more about, where students are able to get personal help 24/7. For example, students can work through Java/Python code together with a tutor, get in-depth feedback on college and scholarship application essays and even get help in Spanish from bilingual tutors for all students still learning English. For those families with soon-to-be college students, students also have access to all of the Princeton Review’s SAT/ACT coursework with unlimited tutoring at no additional cost!


Did you miss the webinar?  You can watch the recording here.


More info about in FCPS is available here.

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