Children who lost their free and reduced-price school meals can now receive funds to spend on food at home through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program.
FCPS names Tichenor as new principal
FCPS Superintendent Manny Caulk has announced the selection of Donte Tichenor as principal at Booker T. Washington Elementary, effective July 1, 2020.
Tichenor started his career as an admissions counselor and career transition specialist with the Job Corps program, helping teenagers and young adults prepare for the world of work. From there, he went to work as a case manager with a private mental health provider, supporting families in crisis. Feeling called to education, Tichenor joined FCPS in 2009, and since then has served as a substitute teacher, paraeducator, social studies teacher, behavior interventionist, and dean of students. In 2018, he was selected to lead the Informational Technology Academy at Bryan Station High School; and for the past year, he has served as the professional growth and effectiveness coach at Booker T. Washington Elementary. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky and two master’s degrees from Morehead State University, one in teaching and one in instructional leadership.
“Booker T. Washington’s students and school community will benefit from Donte’s deep connection to the community, his unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels, and his deep commitment to serving Booker T. Washington,” said Elementary Schools Chief Lisa Smith, who oversees the school. “He brings a varied background including being a social worker, behavior specialist, academy principal, and PGE coach at the elementary level.”
(Posted May 5, 2020)
School outlines NTI expectations
- Attendance during NTI is called participation.
- Participation is one of three approved modes: phone, digital/technology, packets.
- Participation can vary by activity, e.g. project, paper, online, email, phone, text, photos, Zoom, Google Classroom.
- Participation will be taken daily in Infinite Campus.
Families: Please make sure your child works daily on NTI work to receive participation credit.
Las siguientes son instrucciones relativas a la asistencia / participación:
La asistencia durante NTI se llama Participación
La participación es uno de los tres modos aprobados: teléfono, tecnología digital, paquetes
La participación puede variar según la actividad: proyecto, papel, en línea, correo electrónico, teléfono, texto, fotos, Zoom, aula de Google.
La participación se tomará diariamente en IC.
Los padres se aseguran de que su hijo trabaje diariamente en el trabajo de NTI para recibir crédito de participación.