Thank you to our Awesome Gold Corporate Sponsor, HEADFIRST

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OES Panther Pride Fund


SAVE 10% on Fall 2020 Programs using CODE: OES10

Headfirst Clubhouse provides afternoons filled with friends, games, team building and outdoor fun! These two-hour after school programs at Nottoway Park in Vienna have been designed to supplement the virtual school day and will feature structured activity blocks of exploration, sports, movement and team building. Children will participate in a range of outdoor activities including leadership exercises, outdoor games, nature walks and much more all while getting the important socialization they need and time with friends old and new that they crave.

Also available is the Headfirst Learning HUB which offers virtual learning facilitation at the NW DC Headfirst Headquarters, where highly-trained facilitators will guide students through their day of virtual learning.  Flexible schedules offered.

Please visit or call (202) 625-1921 to register.


Thank you to our NEW Amazing Gold Corporate Sponsor, BEAUTIFUL MATH MINDS

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OES Panther Pride Fund


Beautiful Math Minds


Find out more by contacting Jen Mendez, a mom and certified teacher with years of experience in AAP, IB, Fairfax County public, and private schools at (703) 951-7828 or click here to find out more.



Morning Math Club =

Online Math Lessons with a Virginia-Certified Teacher x3/Week via Zoom (8:00-8:30 a.m. Tuesday-Thursday)

+ Access to Puzzle-Based Online, Self-Paced Enrichment Learning Resources like Beast Academy Online 

+ Interactive Learning Challenges, Projects, and Activities Posted x5/Week on Our Private Flipgrid

+  3 Written Progress Reports Per Quarter to Keep You Informed About Your Child’s Progress

+ Family Support Online Office Hours (8:00-8:30 a.m. on Mondays and Fridays) 

Registration Open for Quarter 1: September 8-October 23


How to Access OES Library Google Site


Accessing Student’s Library Google Site:

Because this is an FCPS protected site, it can only be accessed through the student Google log-ins (similar to Google classroom).  You will use the student Google account to access the site.


Parent Information Relating to Special Education

Check the Fairfax County SEPTA website for free classes, workshops and other opportunities.  In most cases you must register if registration information is provided.

As events become available they will be posted at:

Note that The FCPS Parent Resource Center is a great resource and it  provides direct assistance to families, educators, and community members.  The staff there can help you find answers and solve problems.

Email:   Phone: 703-204-3941

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Service Board is providing free access to Web and mobile tools to support our resilience and well-being. Appropriate for ages 13-adult. Start here:


Dr. Dan’s Support Group for Parents of Exceptional Kids  

Mondays 1-2 pm, starting May 4, Online

This new support group for parents of special needs children and youth will be facilitated by a behavioral pediatrician.



All these support groups are open to newcomers, and they are free, except where noted.  No diagnosis is required to participate.  Participants are typically given the opportunity to share their story, experience support, and glean guidance (as desired) from group members regarding both community and school resources.  Confidentiality is respected.  Many, but not all, have switched to online format.

Alpha Moms  This support group for adoptive parents meets monthly in McLean.  Contact:

Autism Dads meets one evening monthly in Falls Church.  Contact:  George Buzby at 571-419-1257 or

CHADD: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Alexandria CHADD Parent Support Group  4th Mon. of each month at 6:30 pm.  Contact:  Jenny  or call 703-472-4678.

  • Burke CHADD Support Group for Parents, Caregivers and Family Members Last Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm.  Contact Kim Griffin:

  • Loudoun County CHADD Parent Support 3rd Tue. morning of the month in Sterling.  Contact:  Bonnie Little  571-306-2932 or on Facebook @loudounahdhsupport

  • West Fairfax CHADD Evening Parent Support Group  3rd Thur. of each month at 7:30 pm Contact:  Sharon  or 703-716-4646.

  • West Fairfax CHADD Morning Parent Support Group  1st Tues. of each month at 10:30 am Contact:  Sharon  or 703-716-4646.

CSB Family Support Group at Gatlan Center  2nd and 4th Wed. of each month 6-8 pm in Alexandria Contact: or call 703-799-2882.

D.A.D.S.  Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome 3rd Tue. each month, 7-9 pm in Alexandria.  Contact:  George or call 703- 545-6089.

Fairfax Juvenile Court Parent Support Group for problems including runaway behavior, truancy, alcohol/drug abuse, and serious behavioral problems at home, at school, or in the community. 7:30 pm every Tues. Room 201.1 Fairfax County Courthouse – call 703-246-2495.

Kinship Caregivers Support Group  2nd & 4th Thur. monthly, 6:30-8:00 pm, South County Gov. Ctr. Rm. 220, 8350 Richmond Hgwy, Alexandria.   Free dinner and resources. Register 1 week ahead: or 703-246-4653

Kinship Café  – meets monthly on the 2nd Wed. in Fairfax.  Free dinner.  Activities for children and discussion for adults.  Register 1 week ahead  by calling 703-246-4653 or online at

NAMI:  National Alliance on Mental Illness builds better lives for affected families.  Arlington Parent Support Group meets two Sundays a month at 7:00-8:30 pm.  Contact:  Naomi 703-862-9588

OCD Family Support Group  1st Monday of each month, 7:30 p.m..  Contact or call 202-215-5859.

Northern Virginia Tourette Support Group meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at noon at the Chantilly Public Library.  Contact:

OCD Family Support Group 1st Monday of each month 7:30 pm. Contact: or call 202-215-5859

Parents of Autistic Children (POAC) meeting times and location posted at:

Parents of Autistic Teens meets the 2nd Sat. of each month in Oakton.  Contact:  Maria Dubuc 703-970-3676 or

Thanks to Our Amazing SILVER Corporate Sponsor: POWELL RADOMSKY

Thank You to Our Awesome

OES Panther Pride Fund


Powell Radomsky is a boutique family law firm. Sonya Powell and Cindy Radomsky started their firm in 2014 with the intention of providing a high level of personal service that is focused solely on attending to the unique needs of their family law clients. They and their staff work together as a team in all areas of family law, including divorce, custody, support, property rights and drafting agreements. Both partners have been included in the list of top 50 Women Virginia Super Lawyers and have received other honors and distinctions. Their firm is ranked by U.S. News and World Report as a Tier 1 Best Law Firm.

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