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Trip to Ecuador & Galapagos Islands 

 

Spring Break 2025:Langley's Spanish teachers will be heading a trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands during Spring Break 2025. Students and parents interested in joining the trip should attend an information meeting on Thursday, May 23 at 7pm at the Great Falls Library. For those interested, please RSVP at the following link: RSVP You're Invited | EF Educational Tours (eftours.com)If interested, but unable to attend the meeting, please respond to the RSVP and indicate you are unable to attend and the Spanish teachers will reach out to you individually with the information.

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Attention Class of 2024 parents and students: All Night Grad Party (ANGP)* is at Spring Hill Rec Center on Jun 3 from 10:30 pm to Jun 4 at 4 am!

 

Tickets, senior signs and graduation limo/box seat raffle tickets are now available for purchase!

 

 

  • Tickets are $85 from now until May 15. After May 15, they increase in price to $100. No tickets will be available at the door.

  • Senior graduation signs are $50 each.

  • Additionally, we have 5-hour limo service and box seats at DAR Constitution Hall for two lucky families! Raffle tickets for this opportunity are available for $10/one or $25/three. The winners will be drawn at the Senior Breakfast on Thurs, May 30. 

 

New this year, we are offering a ANGP Bundle that includes a ticket, your sign, a $50 donation and three raffle tickets for $200. Buy your tickets today!

 

Be on the lookout for volunteer opportunities coming soon!

 

*ANGP is an alcohol, drug, and smoke free event that takes place in a safe and supervised environment. Our goal is to reduce the risk of teen drinking and drug use on graduation night, saving the lives of our teens and other drivers. Any questions about the event or waivers click here.

ANGP Volunteers 

 

ANGP takes a village of volunteers and each class serves a traditional role as outlined below: 

 

Senior parents, it is not possible to have an All Night Grad Party without your help! Senior parents help with check-in/out, food, games, prizes, casino, and security. Sign up here.

 

Junior class parents traditionally help with clean-up following ANGP! This is a great way to help the senior class parents so they can have the energy to stay up all night to run the party. Sign up here.

 

Sophomore class parent volunteers traditionally help with set-up and decorating for ANGP! You all get the fun part in making the venue festive! Sign up here.

 

Freshman parents, the freshman class is responsible for moving supplies from Langley (and picking up other things around McLean and Great Falls) to Spring Hill Rec Center in McLean. Then the items need to be placed throughout the venue. Sign up here.

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The Service and Jobs Opportunities Committee's goal is to help connect students to summer internships, jobs, and volunteer opportunities to fulfill community service requirements, gain job experience, and explore career paths.

Click here to learn more.

tutor.com webinar

Learn more about Tutor.com, 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 Tutor.com in FCPS is available here.

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