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Table of Contents
Welcome To Hampton Roads ………………..………………………………….3
Joint Military Services School Liaisons …………………………………………4
General Information ……………………………………………………………….5

New Student Registration

Immunizations

School/Bus Locator

Delayed Openings

Parent Teacher Student Association

Impact Aid

Standards of Learning (SOL) Testing

Special Education

Home Schooling

School Websites

Magnet Schools/Specialized Programs

Public Preschools/Early Childhood Centers
Hampton City Public Schools ……………………………………………............ 12

Schools Serving Langley AFB (Main)

Burbank Elementary

Lindsay Middle School

Hampton High School

Hampton City Schools Important Phone Numbers …………………………….. 13

York County School Division……………………………………………………….14

Schools Serving Bethel Manor Housing

Bethel Manor Elementary

Tabb Elementary

Grafton Middle School

Tabb Middle School

Grafton High School

Tabb High School
York County Schools Important Phone Numbers………………………………...17

Newport News School Division …………………………………………………….18

Newport News Schools Important Phone Numbers ……………………………..20
Poquoson City Public Schools………………………………………………………21
Private Schools……………………………………………………………………….22
APPENDIX A At-A-Glance Summary of Surrounding School Districts/Schools

Comments/Definitions…………………………………………………….....25

APPENDIX B List of Surrounding School Districts/Schools…. ……………….28

APPENDIX C Fort Eustis and Langley Air Force Base Resources ………. .. 33

School Liaison Officer Welcome

Welcome to the start of a new school year. If you’re new to the area, congratulations and welcome to Hampton Roads, home to more military families than anywhere else in the world. This area boasts over 68,000 military children from all branches of the service: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine, and Coast Guard.
Hampton Roads is a superb place for families. In addition to great amenities and recreational facilities found on each installation, our location offers unlimited points of interest in the surrounding communities with local schools committed to providing a quality education for our families. As your School Liaison Officer, my role is to improve transitional support for school children of military personnel by establishing partnerships between the base and local schools, advocating for military children, increasing awareness of the unique needs of military children, and providing a process to address and resolve military specific issues affecting students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
There are two school systems serving Langley AFB. Main base housing residents attend Hampton City Schools, with 36 schools and approximately 23,000 students. For main base there are one elementary, one middle, and one high school serving as primary feeder schools. The nearby Bethel Manor housing area residents attend York County Schools, with 19 schools and approximately 13,000 students. Bethel Manor residents are serviced by two elementary, two middle and two high schools, depending on where you live in Bethel Manor.

There is one school system serving families who live on Fort Eustis--Newport News Public Schools, with 45 schools and approximately 33,000 students. General Stanford Elementary is located on Fort Eustis with a student population of approximately 600. Reservoir Middle School with approximately 550 students, and Woodside High School with approximately 2000 students, are located not far from the installation.
There are many opportunities to expand educational opportunities by applying to a Magnet school to further challenge the talents of your children—we encourage you to explore your options. For those living off the installation, there are opportunities for families to attend schools in nearby cities. There is also an extensive listing of private schools in the area for you to choose from.
We have a superb relationship with the school districts. Our commitment as a member of the surrounding school districts/communities is very strong—we will need your help to continue to expand this relationship to help improve our schools. Please consider volunteering in your children’s schools. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the School directly. Once again, welcome to Hampton Roads!
GENERAL INFORMATION


New Student Registrations

Bring the following documents at the time of registration:

  • Student’s original certificate of birth or certified copy

  • Record of immunization: See additional information below.

  • Document of recent physical, within 1 year of date of entry: Virginia School Entrance Health Forms may be picked up at any school, or downloaded from the Virginia Dept of Education website: http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Forms/

  • Legal proof of residence: Letter from housing, settlement or rental contract, utility bill, etc.

  • Student’s Social Security card

  • IEP: Individual Education plan for student with special needs/disability (best if evaluations are current within past 12-months)

  • Legal Documents: As needed (court custody, adoption, foster, etc…)

  • Records from previous school: Or, the correct address for request of records. (recommend you hand carry records from previous school)


Please note that students entering Kindergarten must have reached their 5th birthday on or before 30 September of the year in which they enroll.

Immunizations
Upon entry or transfer into a school setting, documented proof of immunization is required, as listed below:

 

  • Diphtheria, Tetanus, & Pertussis (DTaP or DTP) – Minimum of 3 doses. A child must have at least one dose of DTaP or DTP vaccine after the fourth birthday. DT (Diphtheria, Tetanus) vaccine is required for children who are medically exempt from the pertussis containing vaccine (DTap) or DTP). Adult Td is required for children 7 years of age and older who do not meet the minimum requirements for tetanus and diphtheria.

  • Polio Vaccine – a minimum of 3 doses of polio vaccine with one dose administered after the fourth birthday. However, a child who has received four doses of polio vaccine before the fourth birthday is adequately immunized and does not need a dose after the fourth birthday.

  • Measles, Mumps, & Rubella (MMR) – A minimum of 2 measles, 1 mumps, and 1 rubella. First dose must be administered on or after the 1st birthday. Second dose of measles vaccine does not have to be administered until age 4-6 years (usually at entry to kindergarten).

  • Hib Vaccine – Influenza vaccine required only for children by 30 months of age administered as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

  • Hepatitis B: 3 doses required for all children born on and after 1 Jan 1994 (with at least four months spacing between the first and third doses).

  • Varicella: All susceptible children born on or after 1 Jan 1997 will be required to have one dose of chicken pox vaccine not earlier than 12 months of age.

  • TDAP BOOSTER SHOT BEFORE 6TH GRADE

School/Bus Locator
Your address determines which elementary, middle, or high school your child will attend. You may locate your child’s school by going to the school district website, clicking on school zone finder, and entering your address; or you may call the school district office. School district website addresses can be found at the end of this booklet.

All bus stops are based on student addresses provided by each school. If you do not find a bus stop, the district may not have the correct address. Contact your school to be sure they have the correct address on file including any day care addresses. If the address is incorrect, call your school district office.
Delayed Openings – Early Closure
The Superintendent of each school district makes the decision to close schools. After receiving information and recommendations from the Director of School Transportation, and considering the time and severity of the inclement weather, the Superintendent makes a decision no later than 0600 for schools to close, delay opening for 2 hours, or to open under regular schedule.
Hampton: Delayed opening decisions will be aired on cable channel 46, other television stations, posted on the school district website, and recorded on the HCS Infoline, 727-6789.
York County: Decisions will be aired on York County School Division (YCSD) TV, Channel 47, and other television stations. Messages will be recorded on 898-0300 or 898-0391 after 0600.
Newport News: The Superintendent makes the decision no later that 0600. Decisions will be aired on Newport News Public Schools (NNPS) TV, Channel 47, or call 283-7810.
Poquoson. Delayed opening and/or closure decisions will be aired on cable channel 48 (Cox) and 25 (Verizon), and posted on the school district website. In addition, parents are notified by telephone.
For all other cities, please check the school division’s website for information on closings.

Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA): You are encouraged to become active in your schools. All schools have PTSAs; contact your child’s school to determine time/location:
Impact Aid: The mission of the Impact Aid Program is to disburse Impact Aid payments to local educational agencies that are financially burdened by federal activities and to provide technical assistance and support services to staff and other interested parties. At the beginning of each school year, your child’s school will send home a federal survey card to be completed by a parent or guardian. Please complete and return this form. Since 1950, Congress has provided financial assistance to local school districts through the Impact Aid Program. Impact Aid was designed to assist local school districts that have lost property tax revenue due to the presence of tax-exempt Federal property, or that have experienced increased expenditures due to the enrollment of federally connected children.

Magnet Schools A Magnet Program is a specialized program in selected elementary, middle and high schools that focus on a particular discipline and requires participation in specialized courses, as an enhancement to the essential comprehensive curriculum. Magnet Programs include:  Math, Science, Technology, Communications, Fine Arts and others. Students typically must apply to attend, and admission is not guaranteed.

Standards Of Learning (SOL) Testing:
Virginia requires the mandated Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests, which VA developed to measure student progress, and to meet requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act. SOLs emphasize the importance of instruction in four core subjects: English, Math, Science, and History. All students, including Transfer Students, are required to take these tests in grades 3, 5, 8, and throughout High School. In High School, the number of tests required is determined by the kind of diploma (Advanced, Standard, and Modified). Beginning with the graduating class of 2003-2004, a student must pass a specific number of SOL tests in order to receive a VA Diploma.

The Virginia Board of Education will accept content-based high school end of course tests administered as a part of another state’s accountability system for the purpose of awarding verified credit to students who transfer to Virginia public schools. When students transfer to a Virginia public school from a state that requires such high school end-of-course tests, the local school division may automatically accept the student’s passing score on the test and the corresponding course for the purpose of awarding verified credit.
You may view your school’s SOL tests results by visiting the School district or individual school website. Website addresses are at Appendix A. Also, the VA Department of Education website provides a “School Report Card” for each school in VA which includes information on SOL test results. Visit their website at www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/src to view results for your school. You may also download “A Parent’s Guide to Virginia’s Standards of Learning Program” from this website.
Special Education
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Virginia’s special education law require all schools to ensure that all identified children with disabilities have the right to a free, appropriate public education. Special Education and related services are provided at no cost to identified disabled students, ages 2-21. Services are available at each school for the diagnosis and remediation of learning difficulties. Begin the evaluation process with your zoned/base school. The majority of students eligible for special education services receive them in their base school. Students in need of more intensive services may receive them in a program outside the base school. First, contact your school principal; the Director of Special Education/Student Services, or the Special Education Advisory Committee are also good resources for additional information and referral procedures. Useful numbers are provided below:
Director, Special Education, Hampton City Schools, 757-727-2400

Special Education, Pre-school, Hampton 757-727-2411

Special Education Advisory Committee, Hampton 757-850-2795

Special Education Parent Resource Training Center 757-896-7623
Director, Student Services, York County Schools 757-898-0308

Special Education Advisory Committee, York 757-898-0308

Parent Resource Center, York County 757-890-1017


Continued…

Director, Special Education, Newport News Public Schools 757-591-4597

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC), NNPS 757-283-7833

Special Education, Pre-school (PEEP), NNPS 757-591-4811

Parent Resource Center, NNPS 757-591-4527
Director of Student Services, Poquoson City Public Schools 757-868-3050
A Parent’s Guide to Special Education is also available for download at the VA Department of Education website: http://www.pen.k12.va.us

Home Schooling
Parents may elect to participate in Home Instruction in a number of ways. All parents using either of the options below must complete and submit a Notice of Intent to Provide Home Instruction. Contact your school District office for appropriate forms; the Virginia Department of Education website also includes home instruction information for parents, available for download at the following website: http://www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Parents/homeinstr.pdf


The Home Instruction Program options available to parents are:


  • The teaching parent holds a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. The parent may be asked to submit a program of study or curriculum with the notice of intent.




  • Meet the qualifications for a teacher prescribed by the Board of Education. The parent may also be asked to submit a program of study or curriculum with the notice of intent.




  • Enroll the child or children in a correspondence course approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Evidence of enrollment must be submitted with notice of intent.




  • Provide a program of study or curriculum which, in the judgment of the Division Superintendent, includes the Standards of Learning objectives adopted by the Board of Education for Language Arts (English) and Math and provide evidence that the parent is able to provide an adequate education for the child.



For further information on home schooling (notification, list of approved correspondence courses, appeals, students with disabilities, graduation requirements, etc), contact your appropriate school district office or review the district website.  Useful numbers are provided below:


Hampton City Schools: 757-727-2440
York County Schools: 757-898-0308

Newport News Schools: 757-591-4545

Poquoson City Schools 757-868-3050
School Websites
All area school districts and individual schools maintain websites. The sites contain important, up-to-date information on your school, to include calendars, student handbooks, and parents’ information, just to name a few. Please include your school’s website in your list of favorite links, and monitor regularly. Once you enter the district website, there are links to individual school websites for your review.



Chesapeake Public Schools

http://eclipse.cps.k12.va.us/

Gloucester Public Schools

http://gets.gc.k12.va.us

Hampton City Schools

http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us

Isle of Wight County Schools

http://www.iwcs.k12.va.us

Newport News Public Schools

http://www.sbo.nn.k12.va.us

Norfolk Public Schools

http://www.nps.k12.va.us

Portsmouth City Public Schools

http://pps.k12.va.us

Poquoson City Public Schools

http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us

Suffolk Public Schools

http://www.sps.k12.va.us

Virginia Beach City Public Schools

http://www.vbschools.com

Williamsburg-James City County Schools

http://www.wjcc.k12.va.us

York County School Division

http://www.yorkcountyschools.org



Magnet/Fundamental/Specialized Programs

Magnet

Programs focus on particular discipline and required participation in specialized courses.
Fundamental

Schools emphasize basic academic skills and good study habits in a structured environment.
Hampton City Schools

Program Offerings http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/getting_started/program_offer/prgrmoffer0708.pdf

http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/getting_started/program_offer/program_offer.html

Site Directory http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/schl_basedprgrms/schlprograms.html#Anchor-Magnet-358822

Phone List http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/directory/phonelist.pdf

Armstrong Elementary – Fundamental http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/elementary/elementaryschls/armstrong/armstrong.html

Barron Elementary – Fundamental http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/elementary/elementaryschls/barron/barron.html

Cooper Elementary – Magnet http://coo.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Tucker-Capps Elementary – Fundamental http://tuc.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Mary Peake Center Elementary – Gifted http://mpc.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Eaton Middle – Fundamental http://eat.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Hampton High – International Baccalaureate Program (IB) http://hhs.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Phoebus High – Center for High Technology http://www.phoebushighschool.com/

Special Education http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/special_edu/special_edu.html

Course Selections for High School 2006 -2007 http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/faculty/guidance/prgrmofferings0607.pdf

Hampton Harbour Academy http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/alternative_adult/hptharbour.html

Special Education http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/special_edu/special_edu.html

York County City Schools
Site Directory http://yorkcountyschools.org/siteMap/index.htm

Elementary Math, Science, & Technology Magnet School http://yorkcountyschools.org/yes/index.html

Waller Mill Elementary School http://yorkcountyschools.org/wmes/index.htm

Queens Lake Middle School http://yorkcountyschools.org/qlms/

York County School of the Arts http://yorkcountyschools.org/soa/index.html

Charter – York River Academy http://yorkcountyschools.org/yra/index.html

Virtual Schoolhouse http://yorkcountyschools.org/VirtualHS/index.html

New Horizons Regional Educational Center http://www.nhgs.tec.va.us/

International Baccalaureate Program http://yorkcountyschools.org/SpecialPrograms/IB.html

Honors Program http://yorkcountyschools.org/SpecialPrograms/honors.html

Gifted Education Program http://yorkcountyschools.org/SpecialPrograms/gifted.html

Dare http://www.yorkcounty.gov/dare/index.html

Home Instruction http://yorkcountyschools.org/SpecialPrograms/homeinstruction.htm

Special Education http://yorkcountyschools.org/SPED/index.htm

Magnet/Fundamental/Specialized Programs

Newport News City School
Magnet/Special Programs http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/academic/magnet.shtml

Phone List http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/overview/directory.shtml

Deer Park Elementary – Environmental Science http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/deerpark.shtml

Dunbar-Erwin Elementary –An Achievable Dream Academy http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/achdreamK-5.shtml

Dutrow Elementary – International Studies http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/dutrow.shtml

Hilton Elementary – Communications Arts http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/hilton.shtml

Newsome Park Elementary- Math, Science, & Technology http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/newsomepark.shtml

B.T. Washington Middle – Marine Science & Pre-AP http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/washington.shtml

Crittenden Middle – Math, Science, & Technology http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/crittenden.shtml

Huntington Middle – Arts & Communications http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/huntington.shtml

Aviation Magnet – Airport Campus http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/aviation.shtml

Heritage High – Engineering & Technology, University http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/heritage.shtml

Warwick High – International Baccalaureate (IB) http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/warwick.shtml

Woodside High – The Center for the Arts & Communication http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/woodside.shtml

Special Education - http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/sped/
Poquoson City Schools
Poquoson High School http://www.phs.poquoson.org/pages/Poquoson_High_School

Poquoson Middle School http://www.pms.poquoson.org/pages/Poquoson_Middle_School

Poquoson Elementary School http://www.pes.poquoson.org/pages/Poquoson_Elementary_School

Poquoson Primary School http://www.pps.poquoson.org/pages/Poquoson_Primary_School
Program for Talented & Gifted Students http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/Public_Docs/Instruction/Programs/Talented_and_Gifted_Students_P
International Programs http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/Public_Docs/Instruction/Programs/International_Programs
Academics http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/files/_mEImX_/9a8ef2d37edc599e3745a49013852ec4/POS_2013-2014Final.pdf
Online Courses and Programs http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/Public_Docs/Instruction/Programs/Online_Courses_and_Programs
Student Services http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/Instruction/Student_Services
New Horizons Regional Education Center http://www.nhgs.tec.va.us/
Directory of Services

http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/About_PCPS/Directory_of_Services
Public Preschools/Early Childhood Center (E.C.C.)
Hampton City Schools

Robert R. Moton http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/schoolinformation/elementary/elementaryschls/moton/moton.html
York County City Schools

No public Preschools available
Newport News City Schools

Denbigh E.C.C. – http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/decc.shtml

Lee Hall E.C.C. – http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/lecc.shtml

Magruder E.C.C. – http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/mecc.shtml

Watkins E.C.C. – http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/watkinsecc.shtml

PEEP – 2-5yrs (Program for Educating Exceptional Preschoolers – http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/schools/peep.shtml

Poquoson City Schools

Integrated Poquoson Outreach Pre-School (IPOP)

http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools/Public_Docs/Instruction/Student_Services/Integrated_Poquoson_Outreach_P


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