PTSO Is Recognized as Tax Exempt as of September 12, 2018

9/24/2018 10:34 pm

On September 12, 2018, the PTSO was granted tax exempt status by the IRS.

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Kick It For Cancer

9/21/2018 8:01 pm

This football season Jacob Haynie will be raising money for Alex’s lemonade stand foundation for pediatric  cancer research. You can pledge money for every point he scores during the season. He is raising money this year because no child should have to go through the hardships of fighting cancer. Every dollar donated will help benefit cancer research. His goal is to raise $5000 for the foundation. 

More information and donations can be made here: Kick It For Cancer

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Spirit Week at Chick-fil-a

8/14/2018 12:18 pm

Stop by the Burke Centre Chick-fil-A for breakfast, lunch or dinner the week of September 10th.  Mention Robinson's Spirit Week and 15% of the sales will go to the PTSO!

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Math Boot Camp 2018

6/28/2018 8:15 am

The registration deadline for the Robinson PTSO’s Summer Math Boot Camp has been extended through next Friday, July 6.  The camp runs 9 am to 12 pm on Monday to Thursday, August 13 to 16, and sessions will be offered for Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2.  Students rising into those courses are encouraged to attend to boost their math confidence before the start of the new school year!  All sessions will be held at Robinson.  The cost is $100 and scholarships are available.  To register, click here: https://goo.gl/VwfMb3

 

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Win BoxTops for RoBo

3/11/2018 7:24 am

the Robinson Academic Boosters runnthe Robinson Secondary Box Tops For Education fundraiser. Please help.

 

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Back to School 2017

9/6/2017 7:50 pm

ABC 7 ran a segment about Fairfax County's Public Schools' first day on 28 Aug 2017. Watch the video that includes the Robinson pep rally, and interviews with students, parents, Mr. Eline, and our new Superintendent Dr. Scott Brabrand here !

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Summer Reading

6/3/2016 12:56 am

A message from ROBINSON SEC on June 12, 2017
This summer, the Robinson community will continue the One Book, One School reading initiative. Faculty, staff, and students will read together over the summer, and come back in the fall with a common book to discuss. This meaningful summer assignment will encourage reading, serve as a culture-building activity, and open a conversation among students, faculty, and staff for discussion and activities in the fall.

Rising 7th and 8th grade students will read Fish in a Tree, by Linda Mullaly Hunt

Rising 9th through 12th grade students will read Break These Rules: 35 YA Authors on Speaking Up, Standing Out, and Being Yourself, Edited by Luke Reynolds

The local branches of the Fairfax County Public Library, in addition to, the Fair Lakes Barnes and Noble have been made aware that Robinson will be reading this book and they will be increasing their supply. Additionally, both books can be found on Amazon!
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High School Information Night

11/16/2015 8:50 pm


The high school will be hosting a Freshman Exploration on Thursday for 8th grade students and their parents. This is a great opportunity to learn about class options available at the high school.

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