Katherine Johnson Middle School
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Mr. Haapapuro Honored by Fred Rogers Institute with Helper Award
September 19, 2023
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood at Katherine Johnson Middle School. Science Teacher Eric Haapapuro, known as Mr. H by his students, was honored this week by the Fred Rogers Institute with a Helper Award. Inspired by the legacy of Fred Rogers — a children’s television host and icon of the 20th century — the Helper Award recognizes individuals who care for children in their daily and professional lives.
Mr. McCaughan Recognized as the FCPS 2023 Region 5 Outstanding School-Based Leader
June 15, 2023
Congratulations to Assistant Principal John McCaughan on his recognition as the FCPS 2023 Region 5 Outstanding School-Based Leader at this year's FCPS Honors event, held at George Mason University Center for the Arts on June 14th.
Members Celebrate FCCLA Week Helping Custodians
March 07, 2023
On 2/14, FCCLA members at KJMS celebrated IncREDible Service Day. The students decided they wanted to help the custodians after-school on as their community service. The teams worked for over two-hours in various parts of the building doing a variety to jobs, then had a dinner!
FCPS News and Features
🎖️ Blue Star Welcome Week at Frost Middle School
Moving to a new city can be a challenge for anyone, but it is a way of life for military families. There are approximately 14,500 military-connected students enrolled in Fairfax County Public Schools, and the school division has developed numerous resources to welcome them and help them adapt to their new homes.
Mr. Leonard: Coach, Mentor, and Custodian
Monday, October 2, is National Custodian Appreciation Day. Thanks to our colleagues on the custodial team, we all have a clean, safe place to learn, teach, and work. Fairfax County Public Schools employs more than 1,300 custodians, field custodians, and building supervisors to maintain our more than 28 million square feet of infrastructure.
Superintendent's Weekly Reflections
Superintendent Reid writes about all of the great things happening in Fairfax County Public Schools. This past week, she visited several schools for Back to School Night events and sporting events.