Upcoming Class Events and Important Dates
Class Forums are lectures and presentations for parents on issues that pertain to our 2025 students. In Person and Live Stream
III. Anxiety and Our Kids
PAST EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Freshmen Class Forums:
I. Langley 101 with Braden Peterson
Tuesday, October 26, 9:30am - 11:00am
II. How To Be Your Child's Executive Function Cheerleader
Friday, February 11, 9:30am - 11:00am
2022-23 Course Registration Dates
This Year's Freshman Class:
2/17 - 3/01/2022
Spirit Week and Homecoming
Activities will be planned by the Student Government Association and Class officers culminating with the Homecoming Game on October 15 and the Homecoming Dance on October 16.
Freshman Class Dinner
Wednesday, September 225:30 pm- 7:15pm (Outdoors, LHS Amphitheater. Students AND Families. $25/person. RSVP by 9/15. Bring a chair, please.
Last Day to Get a Class Spirit Week T-Shirt
September 20 (Date changed!)
Pay class activity fee ( formerly "dues") by this date so your child will have a class t-shirt to wear on 10/15 for Spirit Week. Go to MySchoolBucks.com to pay (in the “School Store” area.)
LAST DAY TO RSVP for the Freshman Class Dinner
Wednesday, September 15
Virtual Back To School Night
Asynchronous Go Live:
Look for more details to come from LHS.
Underclass Picture Days
Thursday, August 26 &
Friday, August 2
Class of 2025
Class of 2025
Freshmen Class Forum
If your Freshman’s year has gone...
From This... To THIS...
...then you BOTH may need some relief from ANXIETY!
Join other parents of Langley Freshmen at our
3rd FRESHMEN FORUM
ANXIETY AND OUR KIDS
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Anna Davis, LHS School Psychologist
Catherine Kennedy, LHS Social Worker
Now that our kids are back at school full-time, is everything really back to “normal” for them? In reality, there are repercussions to the isolation, uncertainty and fear of the past two years. What can we do to help? How to talk to your kids about anxiety, and how to create a low-stress environment at home. Come ready with your questions on teens and anxiety!
Calling All Parents!!!
Class of 2025
Freshmen Class Forum
How to be your Child’s
Executive Function Cheerleader
Friday, February 11th, 9:30-11am
Recording Available Below
Are you unsure of how to support your child in their quest to become better a student? Please come to our next Freshman Forum, Friday, February 11, 9:30am-11am, to hear The Study Pro's Debbie Rosen and Lindsey Thoms speak about executive functions skills and how you can be a supportive partner.
One of the great joys for a parent is to cheer our children on as they build new skills. When it comes to school, we praise the obvious skills such as doing well on a test or getting an A on a paper, but often miss the less obvious — but equally important — ones, such as overcoming challenges to get started on an assignment or adequately planning to finish a longer-term assignment on time. In this intriguing presentation by The StudyPro, they will share:
What Executive Functions (EF) skills are and why they matter
How to recognize and improve “missing skills” behind common school challenges
How to partner with your student to help build their EF skills
Improving Executive Function skills will help with focus, flexibility, and pushing through frustration. And that’s definitely something to cheer about
2022-2023 Course Registration
Course registration next year's sophomore class is coming up soon.
The registration dates for this year's Freshman Class are
Thursday, February 17 - Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
Check your email inbox for an email from Student Services dated 1/6/22.
or go to Langley's Student Services Academic Advisor Page https://langleyhs.fcps.edu/student-services/academic-advising for more details.
From the FCPS Parent Resource Center
"Everything You Need to Know About Marijuana in 1 Hour"
“Everyone’s doing it” is what most teenagers will say about marijuana, but truly only about 20% of teens have used marijuana in the last 30 days. During our session, we’ll talk about a myriad of topics relating to marijuana to include: THC vs CBD, legalization vs decriminalization, the various ways marijuana can be consumed, and more. Highlights include: **Legalization vs decriminalization ** Drug use and the pandemic THC’s various forms of use **THC through the years **THC VS CBD
WATCH THE PRESENTATION ON THE CLASS OF 2025 FACEBOOK PAGE
click here to watch or join our private facebook group
Photos for the Class of 2025 Slideshow!
It may seem like a long way off, but our students’ graduation will come sooner than you can imagine. One of the most memorable moments of Senior Week (the week leading up to graduation) is the Class Video that is viewed at the Senior Breakfast attended by seniors and their families.
We need your help!
We can’t be everywhere. However, YOU are always at the memorable moments of your child’s life and probably with a camera in hand! Please share those great shots with us. Our goal is to have every student and activity represented in our Senior Class Video!
Include only pictures of the Class of 2025 and only Langley High School events, i.e. sports, concerts, dances, theater, treat days, Saxon Time, and field trips (once these things can actually occur). Please send your photos to email@example.com. Thanks!
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the school hours?
Click here for information https://www.fcps.edu/return-school/schedules
Where can I find my child's bus route information?
Preliminary bus route details were emailed to parents on Friday, August 13 from the Office
of Transportation Services. From the email...
"Please note that the provided times are estimates and that buses may be delayed due to weather, traffic conditions, and a national and regional driver shortage. Please check the Here Comes the Bus (HCTB) app or FCPS School Bus Delays website for potential delays. Students are expected to be at their bus stop at least five minutes before the scheduled pickup time. A double back route assignment may require your bus schedule to be adjusted earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon. FCPS will send out a final bus schedule on August 19.
The route information and transportation intent for your child is always available and
current in your SIS ParentVue account. Click on the Student Info tab and scroll down to the transportation section. Routes will continue to adjust before August 23, 2021.
If no route information is provided in this message and your student is eligible for transportation, please review your transportation intent in your ParentVue account.
If you have not completed the transportation intent survey or need to change your
response, please complete the survey here: Transportation Intent Survey. Students who are eligible for transportation will be assigned to a route even if the survey is not completed. However, accurate ridership counts will assist with planning to ensure students can get to school on time. The survey will close on August 19, 2021. Changes after this date will need
to be made directly with your student’s school."
What if my child needs medication at school?
The School Health Aide will be available for medication drop-off in the school Health Room on Thursday, August 19 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. or Friday, August 20 from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. If you have any questions contact Zach Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All medications are required to have a medication authorization.
As needed, over-the-counter medications may be transported to school (directly to the clinic) after the first day by high school students, however the medication must be in the original unopened container and accompanied by an appropriate Medication Authorization. All prescription medications must be transported to school by a parent or designated adult.
How does my child get their school Laptop and/or PE Uniform ?
All students will be provided a school laptop. Computers will be distributed through English classes on August 23 and 24, 2021. PE Uniforms will be sold through Health & PE classes beginning the week of August 23. HPE teachers will give students more information during class.
What do I do if my child has laptop or other FCPS technology problems?
Go to the Parent and Student IT Support Portal to learn more or to create a help ticket. https://itweb.fcps.edu/itsupport/
Where are the Administrative Offices located?
To get to the school offices, enter at Door 1.
Where is Langley Hall and the Auditorium?
Many school events are held in Langley Hall or the Auditorium, both inside Door 14.
Where is Kiss n' Ride?
Kiss n' Ride is located at the side loop, outside Door 14.
What is ANGP?
ANGP stands for All Night Grad Party. For 30 years, Langley Seniors have enjoyed a safe, fun all-night party after their graduation at Constitution Hall. The ANGP is sponsored by the LHS PTSA and hosted by an ANGP chair and committee of Senior parents. Every LHS class provides volunteers to make the event a success. Freshmen parents setup, Sophomore parents decorate, Junior parents clean-up, and over 100 Senior parents organize and chaperone/work the event.
Seniors/graduates attend from 11:00 PM on the night of graduation until 4:00 AM the following morning. The goal is to reduce the risk of teen drinking and drug use on graduation night, saving the lives of our teens and others in the community. ANGP provides our graduates a fun, safe, alcohol- and drug-free evening to celebrate one last time with all of their classmates. Historically, more than 90 percent of the graduating seniors attend.
Class Lead Parents: Allison Varacalli, email@example.com;
Christina Cain, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Coordinator: Robyn Smith, email@example.com
Coffee Forums: Chelsea Lake, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prom: Mocha Dyrud, email@example.com
Treasurer: Kevin Carey, 2025LHSTreasurer@gmail.com
All Night Grad Party Liaisons: Christina Saxon, Christina.Saxon@yahoo.com
Sue Sujansky, Suesuj7@gmail.com
OPEN POSITIONS: Please email Allison and Christina if interested!
Photos/Senior Slideshow Chair
Business & Information Technology Teacher
Class Contact Info
Langley Fundraising Efforts
Support Your Local Saxon
Class of 2022 ANGP Fundraiser
Wreaths Across America - Please help the Class of 2022 ANGP (All Night Grad Party) committee and Wreaths Across America by sponsoring wreaths to be place at Arlington National Cemetery on December 18th, National Wreath Across America Day. Wreaths cost $15 each. For every wreath sold, the ANGP gets $5 back. The link to the Langley High School ANGP Wreaths Across America sponsor ship page is www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/VA0894P
The mission of Wreaths Across America is to REMEMBER the fallen, HONOR those who serve, and TEACH the value of freedom. The wreaths symbolize a commitment to Remember and Honor our nation’s veterans through the laying of wreaths on the graves of our country’s fallen heroes and the act of saying the name of each veteran aloud. The organization coordinates wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 2,500 locations in the US, at sea, and abroad. The deadline to order is November 29th. Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous CLASS EMAILS
Langley High School
Class of 2025
Parent Start-Up Guide
Your One-Stop Tool for Jump Starting into Langley
(Most Recent update: 08/25/2021)
Welcome to Langley High School, Class of 2025 Parents and Guardians!!
A new school means lots of new information, which to be honest, can sometimes be a little overwhelming. To help our families on-board smoothly, your 2025 Class Parents have created the first-ever Langley Parent Start-Up Guide.
How to Use This Guide
Below are the top priority to-do items to ease the transition to Langley and to stay informed throughout the next four years. Yes, it looks long, but it's possible to work through the steps rather quickly. We suggest setting aside some time now to rapidly work through each step, and then returning to the various resources to learn more at your leisure. You will find the information and resources in this guide in several other places. Our goal was to put it all in one place.
Freshman Class Dinner
Wednesday, September 22, 5:30 - 7:15 pm, LHS Outdoor Amphitheater
Due to catering constraints, we regret that we can no longer accept RSVPs. However, donations to the Class of 2025 CAN still be accepted through “2025 Class Donations” in the School Store section of My School Bucks.
Please Join Us for Dinner
Class of 2025 students and their families are invited to meet senior LHS staff and other freshmen families for an outdoor dinner. The annual class dinner is always fun and informative! It is also the main fundraiser for the Class of 2025.
Tickets are $25 per person for this catered dinner. Please bring blankets or folding chairs to sit on. Check in near Door 1.
Due to the nature of catered events, we regret that no refunds can be given.
RVSP on MySchoolBucks.com by September 15. (Click on School Store>>Browse All Items.)