Belvedere News and Announcements - September 30, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

Fall is in the air! We hope you are enjoying the cooler temperatures and some time outdoors.  The weather is perfect for outdoor recess. 

One of the ways in which we use Title I funds is to support extended team planning time.  We are so excited to have brought back team planning days.  Pre-pandemic our teams spend 4-6 days out of the year planning for the upcoming units of inquiry.  Guided by Ms. Rogers, PYP Coordinator, and with the support of math and literacy resource teachers Ms. Dillane, Ms. Mundy, Ms. Smith and Ms. Davis, teams immerse themselves in the unit of inquiry, exploring the meaning of the central idea and agreeing on learning outcomes for the students.  Teachers spend time learning together, engaging in some of the same learning experiences the students will explore, and reflect together. At the end of the day, they walk away with clarity about the purpose of the unit and how they will guide students and facilitate their learning across subject areas.

Thank you for your ongoing support.  We are so honored to facilitate your children’s learning.

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal, and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Trunk-or-Treat

BES Staff will pass out treats to students in the BES Parking Lot on October 27th from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Families an park on Whispering Lane or the service road that night.

We are collecting candy and treat donations all month.  Please drop off any donations to the office or send them with your child. 

Open this flyer for all the details!

October 1 Outdoor Club Trip Cancelled!

The October 1st Outdoor Club trip has been cancelled due to anticipated weather. Please contact our Environmental Educator, Andrea Auerbach ([email protected]) with questions.

Author Julie Dao Visits Belvedere

On Thursday, September 29th we were delighted to host author Julie Dao for all of our 4th and 5th grade students. Ms. Dao shared her writing process and gave our learners important tips to be successful writers. You should ask them about why lots of “eyeballs” are important! The event was sponsored by local bookstore Bards Alley and Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. Copies of Ms. Dao’s book Team Chu and the Battle of Blackwood Arena were given to the library and our 4th and 5th grade classroom libraries. We are grateful for local community partnerships.

Throughout the year more authors will be brought in for our other grade levels. Please set aside Wednesday, October 19th from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. as Hena Khan visits all of our Belvedere community. More details to come!

Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Overview

For an overview of the continuum of AAP services, click here. The overview is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

From our School Counselors

Click here for the October Counselors' Corner Newsletter!

Additionally, Coffee with the BES Counselors and School Social Worker will be happening on October 12, 2022 at 10 AM in the BES Family Support Center. Stop by to say 'hi' and take some information home with you. Check out their flyer for details. 

Free English Class for Parents

Literacy Council of Northern Virginia is offering an 8-week English class for Parents and Caregivers that will meet at Glasgow Middle School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-8:30pm. The class is designed to help parents acquire English language skills in the context of issues surrounding family life and their children’s educational development.

Registration for the class is required and will take place on Tuesday, October 4 from 6:30-8:00pm at Glasgow Middle School. Proof of an initial course of COVID vaccination and a booster is required. We only have 20 spots available, so enrollment will be on a first come, first served basis. Please see this flyer for more information. 

Attendance Awareness Month

When Should My Child Stay Home?

Whether students miss school because of illness or any other reason, missing school leads to learning loss. 

Help your student succeed by encouraging them to miss as few days as possible. However, do make sure your student stays home if they are sick. So when should your child stay home? Visit our site for helpful ideas regarding absences and how to work with your child and your school. 

If your child has a chronic illness, make sure to notify us so that assistance can be provided if needed. Keep an open line of communication with your school public health nurse, and call the school as soon as you know your child will be absent and tell school staff why and for how long. Attend today, Achieve Tomorrow!

Tutor.com

FCPS students continue to have unlimited access to live, 24/7, 1-to-1, online tutoring services through Tutor.com at no cost to families during the 22-23 SY. Student participation is optional and parents/guardians can opt their student(s) out of accessing the services. Detailed information and FAQs are available on the Tutor.com Online Tutoring Services website.

Students can access Tutor.com via a link in Schoology.  Additional information about how to log in and access a tutor is provided to families via the following: Elementary - How It Works and Middle & High - How It Works. Questions not answered in the posted resources may be sent to [email protected].

End Domestic Violence

In recognition of Domestic Violence Month, Safe Journeys presents End Domestic Violence on October 27th from 10am to 12pm. The event will take place at  the Ethiopian Community Development Council in Arlington.  Know your rights, learn about resources, ask questions, and meet with your community. Please read this flyer for more details!

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. Download this flyer for more information!

The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

SR&R Signature Sheet Due September 30

FCPS’ updated Student Rights & Responsibility booklet is available online and in the ParentVue section of the Student Information System (SIS). The SR&R booklet explains expectations for student behavior, and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment.
Each year, we ask parents to review, sign, and return the SR&R to their child’s school. In ParentVue, you may now download and digitally sign the SR&R. Every parent/caregiver with a ParentVUE account will see the SR&R upon login to ParentVUE until the SR&R acknowledgement has been completed.
Your name in the digital signature box must match the parent/caregiver’s first and last name in SIS exactly before the signature will be accepted.
Please take a moment to log into ParentVue in your child’s SIS account to access the SR&R. Signatures are due by September 30.

Visit the SIS Parentvue Account Overview page for help logging in to your account.

Buses and Delays

If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

PTA News Join the PTA!

The QR Code in last week's PTA Membership / Direct Donation Flyer is no longer working.  Please do not use the QR code.  In order to purchase a membership or make a direct donation, please go to belvederepta.memberhub.com/store and choose your membership type (Staff $5 or Parent $10) and/or select Direct Donation to make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you again for supporting the Belvedere PTA!  

Questions or concerns? Email [email protected].

Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Saturday, October 1: Outdoor Club - CANCELLED
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Thursday, October 27: Trunk-or-Treat (5:30-6:30 p.m. - BES Parking Lot)
  • Friday, October 28: Early Release (End of Quarter)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
  • Tuesday, November 8: No School (Election)
  • Friday, November 11: No School (Veteran's Day/School Planning)
  • Wednesday-Friday, November 23-25: No School (Thanksgiving)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

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Belvedere News and Announcements - September 23, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

Shanah tovah to our Jewish community celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year! Meaning “head of the year,” Rosh Hashanah is one of Judaism’s holiest days and marks the beginning of the Days of Awe, a 10-day period of introspection that ends with Yom Kippur.

Thank you to all the parents, students, staff, and others who volunteered last Saturday to make our outdoor workday a success. In just over 3 hours, we weeded nearly 20 garden beds, watered, planted, collected seeds, moved woodchips to the trail, repositioned logs, and trimmed overgrowth, among other tasks. The gardens and trail look fantastic!

The Primary Years Program is one of four IB programs in the continuum from two-year old students to high school aged students.  School that implement the IB, like Belvedere, are environments where the IB standards and practices come alive in the unique local school context. Our school mission is aligned with the IB mission and reads as follows:

At Belvedere, our mission is to create a community of globally-minded, life-long learners who are prepared to face the challenges of a 21st century world.

Our staff works collaboratively to engage students in challenging, real-world learning opportunities. Through these opportunities, students become innovative thinkers and problem solvers who value diversity. They use their knowledge to take responsible action and in doing so, help to create a better, more peaceful world.  We work together to maintain an open environment that welcomes students to be themselves. 

One of the ways we are mission focused is by teaching about and engaging students with the IB Learner Profile. This is a set of ten attributes that help students be internationally-minded people.  Our belief is that students who embody these attributes will be prepared for the challenges ahead and will make decisions that contribute to a better world. Click here to view a short video about the IB Learner Profile.

As you talk to your child about their life at school and what they enjoy, ask them about these attributes. You may want to talk about what these attributes look like at home, at the store, outside with friends, and in other settings you may find yourselves. 

As always, we value your partnership and are excited about the year of learning ahead.

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Rosh Hashanah (Student Holiday/Professional Work Day)

Monday, Sept. 26, is a student holiday/professional work day for teachers. It is also Rosh Hashanah, the second day of the two-day celebration of the Jewish New Year. See the complete 2022-23 school year calendar.

Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Overview Night!

Please join Mrs. Lynch, our Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, to learn about the different Advanced Academic Programs, or AAP, in Fairfax County Public Schools. Fairfax County Public Schools offers different levels of service of Advanced Academic Programs for students K-12 that build upon students' individual strengths and skills and maximizes academic potential for all learners. Information will also be provided about our Young Scholars’ Program.

The session will be held virtually on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 6:00 and Spanish interpretation will be provided. Please plan to attend so that you can learn about the Advanced Academics Programs’ levels of service, including Young Scholars, that FCPS has to offer.

Here is the information to join the Zoom session:

https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/98895612043?pwd=aHJVMmdKUmNxbkxlNzhlT1BTaUx4dz09

Meeting ID: 988 9561 2043

Passcode: 649317

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lynch at [email protected].

For an overview of the continuum of AAP services, click here. The overview is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

Attendance Awareness Month

When Should My Child Stay Home?

Whether students miss school because of illness or any other reason, missing school leads to learning loss. 

Help your student succeed by encouraging them to miss as few days as possible. However, do make sure your student stays home if they are sick. So when should your child stay home? Visit our site for helpful ideas regarding absences and how to work with your child and your school. 

If your child has a chronic illness, make sure to notify us so that assistance can be provided if needed. Keep an open line of communication with your school public health nurse, and call the school as soon as you know your child will be absent and tell school staff why and for how long. Attend today, Achieve Tomorrow!

Musicpalooza - Sound Impact

MUSICPALOOZA is happening this Saturday at 10 am! Sound Impact will be performing a free concert with an instrument petting zoo and pizza at the end. This is a FREE COMMUNITY EVENT.  

Please open this flyer to read more details. 

Saturday, September 24 at 10-12 pm

Patrick Henry Recreation Center

4653 Taney Ave, Alexandria, VA 

No ticket or registration required

Belvedere Outdoor Club

Don’t miss this year’s first Outdoor Club trip on Saturday, October 1, at Lake Accotink Park! Outdoor Club meets on Saturday mornings several times per year to explore local parks with students and their families. Bus transportation is available from Belvedere and Barcroft View apartments. More information and permission slips were sent home in today’s Friday folders (also available here). Space is limited and participation is first come, first served, as forms are received. 

Outdoor Club trips are scheduled for 10/1, 11/5, 1/21, 3/18, 4/29, and 5/20. Please contact our Environmental Educator, Andrea Auerbach ([email protected]) with questions.

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. Download this flyer for more information!

The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

SR&R Signature Sheet Due September 30

FCPS’ updated Student Rights & Responsibility booklet is available online and in the ParentVue section of the Student Information System (SIS). The SR&R booklet explains expectations for student behavior, and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment.
Each year, we ask parents to review, sign, and return the SR&R to their child’s school. In ParentVue, you may now download and digitally sign the SR&R. Every parent/caregiver with a ParentVUE account will see the SR&R upon login to ParentVUE until the SR&R acknowledgement has been completed.
Your name in the digital signature box must match the parent/caregiver’s first and last name in SIS exactly before the signature will be accepted.
Please take a moment to log into ParentVue in your child’s SIS account to access the SR&R. Signatures are due by September 30.

Visit the SIS Parentvue Account Overview page for help logging in to your account.

FLE Parent Preview

All parents and guardians now have access to all Family Life Education lessons and resources.  You can preview the lessons and resources in our Belvedere All Parents/Guardians course in Schoology. 

Buses and Delays

Please be aware that all of us are getting used to new routines at the start of the school year. Thank you for your patience as those routines are established. If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

PTA News Join the PTA!

The QR Code in last week's PTA Membership / Direct Donation Flyer is no longer working.  Please do not use the QR code.  In order to purchase a membership or make a direct donation, please go to belvederepta.memberhub.com/store and choose your membership type (Staff $5 or Parent $10) and/or select Direct Donation to make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you again for supporting the Belvedere PTA!  

Questions or concerns? Email [email protected].

Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Saturday, October 1: Outdoor Club
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Friday, October 28: Early Release (End of Quarter)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

6540 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041 | Office: 703-916-6800
Attendance: 703-916-6868 | Web | Twitter

Parent Coffee with our Math Coaches - Friday, September 23

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Parent Coffee with Our Math Coaches

Please join us this Friday, September 23rd at 3pm in Room 137 for our Parent Coffee with our Math Coaches to learn about Counting Collections at Belvedere ES. We will engage in counting collections together and share resources for you to continue to develop early counting skills with your young mathematicians at home!

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Belvedere News and Announcements - September 16, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

We have completed the first month of school!  Can you believe it?  So much is happening at Belvedere as students engage in units of inquiry focused on a central idea.  Below you can see the central ideas and focus students are currently exploring across grade levels:

Grade

Unit of Inquiry Central Idea

Focus

Prek

Our bodies help us learn.

Students are finishing up learning about routines and school. They are moving into Me and Myself – what can my body do? What do I like?

K

People help each other and work together in a community.

Students are exploring attributes and patterns. The students are also inquiring about ways people work together, showing how they are caring

1st

Our responsibilities and actions impact communities.

Students are considering how individuals help communities function and the various responsibilities.

2nd

Within a system, every part has a role to play.

Students are exploring systems in nature and in math. They are considering how parts impact a system.

3rd

We observe change to understand ourselves and our world.

The students are exploring forms of change and learning about observation and analysis in science, math, music, PE, and art.

4th

People value and use the land for different purposes.

Students are learning about indigenous people and about human connections to the natural world.

5th

Critical reflection and action transform our ideas and communities.

Students are exploring how experimentation for understanding is something they can do in specials as well as in writing, math, and science.

 

The Title I central office will facilitate a virtual What is Title I? Annual Title I Meeting for all 42 Title I schools. Parents and guardians  are invited to attend to learn more about Title I.

The Annual Title I Meeting will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 20th from 7:00-8:15 p.m. on the zoom link: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/s/92517569120

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Virtual Back to School Night - September 22nd

We are excited to host our 2022 Virtual Back to School Night on Thursday, September 22nd via Zoom. There will be two sessions (6:00-6:45 & 7:00-7:45).  Each grade level has a special Zoom meeting link. When joining the meeting, you will have the option to listen in English or Spanish. Please find the Zoom link for your child's grade level below:

Kinder: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/9913198496

1st: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/99945435262

2nd: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/95591474391

3rd: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/98673499226

4th: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/94479581586

5th: https://myfcpsk12.zoom.us/j/93478795228

Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Overview Night!

Please join Mrs. Lynch, our Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, to learn about the different Advanced Academic Programs, or AAP, in Fairfax County Public Schools. Fairfax County Public Schools offers different levels of service of Advanced Academic Programs for students K-12 that build upon students' individual strengths and skills and maximizes academic potential for all learners. Information will also be provided about our Young Scholars’ Program.

The session will be held virtually on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 6:00 and Spanish interpretation will be provided. Please plan to attend so that you can learn about the Advanced Academics Programs’ levels of service, including Young Scholars, that FCPS has to offer. A session link will be available closer to the date. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lynch at [email protected].

For an overview of the continuum of AAP services, click here. The overview is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

The beginning of the school year is the best time to develop strong attendance habits! Students who attend school regularly are more likely to perform well in reading and math, develop strong social and emotional skills, and graduate from high school on time. Help prepare your child for future success. Visit FCPS’ Attendance web page for tips and strategies.

School Counseling Newsletter

Check out the latest Counselor's Corner newsletter!

Multicultural Celebrations & Health Fair - September 17th

Come to St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Springfield this Saturday from 12 PM to 4 PM for a Multicultural Celebration and Health Fair! There will be over 20 booths with information about community resources.  The event includes music, dance performances, food, and a raffle! Download this flyer for more information.  

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. Download this flyer for more information!

The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

Outdoor Workday - Volunteers Needed

Help us bring back our outdoor learning spaces on Saturday, September 17, from 9:00 AM - Noon. We will replant our meadow, clean up the gardens, and improve the trail. Students are welcome with an adult. Sign up now! Questions? Contact Andrea Auerbach at [email protected].

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

SR&R Signature Sheet Due September 30

FCPS’ updated Student Rights & Responsibility booklet is available online and in the ParentVue section of the Student Information System (SIS). The SR&R booklet explains expectations for student behavior, and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment.
Each year, we ask parents to review, sign, and return the SR&R to their child’s school. In ParentVue, you may now download and digitally sign the SR&R. Every parent/caregiver with a ParentVUE account will see the SR&R upon login to ParentVUE until the SR&R acknowledgement has been completed.
Your name in the digital signature box must match the parent/caregiver’s first and last name in SIS exactly before the signature will be accepted.
Please take a moment to log into ParentVue in your child’s SIS account to access the SR&R. Signatures are due by September 30.

Visit the SIS Parentvue Account Overview page for help logging in to your account.

FLE Parent Preview

All parents and guardians now have access to all Family Life Education lessons and resources.  You can preview the lessons and resources in our Belvedere All Parents/Guardians course in Schoology. 

Buses and Delays

Please be aware that all of us are getting used to new routines at the start of the school year. Thank you for your patience as those routines are established. If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

PTA News Join the PTA!

The QR Code in last week's PTA Membership / Direct Donation Flyer is no longer working.  Please do not use the QR code.  In order to purchase a membership or make a direct donation, please go to belvederepta.memberhub.com/store and choose your membership type (Staff $5 or Parent $10) and/or select Direct Donation to make a one-time or recurring donation. Thank you again for supporting the Belvedere PTA!  

Questions or concerns? Email [email protected].

Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Thursday, September 22: Back to School Night (Virtual)
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Saturday, October 1: Outdoor Club
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Friday, October 28: Early Release (End of Quarter)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

6540 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041 | Office: 703-916-6800
Attendance: 703-916-6868 | Web | Twitter

Belvedere News and Announcements - September 9, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

Thank you to all who attended the virtual PTA meeting this week.  We are excited about the strong partnership with the PTA board and with all of you.  The support of our PTA contributes to a strong community and to many benefits for students, staff, and families. Thank you!

We have completed a third week of school and learning is in full swing.  Students are exploring counting in various ways, such as through counting collections, which are a collection of like items that students can sort, count, and organize in various ways.  This helps build students’ flexibility with counting and general number sense.  If you have younger students, you may want to try this at home using items such as macaroni, buttons, and small toys. Students are also exploring literature, learning to connect to characters and to understand the various parts of the stories. All children, young and old, love listening to stories. If you can, please consider setting aside time to read with your child at home. Not only will this help your child’s reading and understanding, but it will also build memories that will last a lifetime.

To ensure the safety of all of our students, we are asking families to come in to the office to sign-out your child when you are picking them up before dismissal.  Please be prepared to show a photo ID and to sign your child out.

We wish you a wonderful weekend with a little bit cooler weather.  As always, thank you for your support.

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Title I Program

Belvedere Elementary School is a Title I School. Title I is the nation’s largest assistance program for schools. It provides funding to supplement
educational opportunities for children who are most at risk and increasing student achievement in schools selected on the basis of the economic level of families. The primary focus is to provide all children significant opportunities to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps.  Click here to read read more information about Title I. 

Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) Overview Night!

Please join Mrs. Lynch, our Advanced Academic Resource Teacher, to learn about the different Advanced Academic Programs, or AAP, in Fairfax County Public Schools. Fairfax County Public Schools offers different levels of service of Advanced Academic Programs for students K-12 that build upon students' individual strengths and skills and maximizes academic potential for all learners. Information will also be provided about our Young Scholars’ Program.

The session will be held virtually on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 6:00 and Spanish interpretation will be provided. Please plan to attend so that you can learn about the Advanced Academics Programs’ levels of service, including Young Scholars, that FCPS has to offer. A session link will be available closer to the date. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lynch at [email protected].

Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

The beginning of the school year is the best time to develop strong attendance habits! Students who attend school regularly are more likely to perform well in reading and math, develop strong social and emotional skills, and graduate from high school on time. Help prepare your child for future success. Visit FCPS’ Attendance web page for tips and strategies.

Anonymous Tip Line Puts Safety First

If you or your child have concerns or information relating to feeling unsafe in any way at school, the FCPS Office of Safety and Security has a safety tip line that you can access anonymously online, by text (888-777; Keyword TIP FCPS), or by phone (571-423-2020).

If your tip is an emergency and immediate assistance is necessary, please dial 911.

Students, staff, and community members should report school safety issues such as threats, unsafe or dangerous situations, illegal drug activity, theft, gang activity, the existence of weapons, vandalism, and concerns about student wellness. Tip line users may identify themselves or remain anonymous. 

Concerns that do not impact the safety of our schools—concerns or information about programs, regulations, or policies—can be sent to the FCPS ombudsman online, at 571-423-4014, or [email protected]

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. Download this flier for more information!

The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

We need Community Mentors!

Families, we are in need of community mentors for students at Belvedere. It is a great opportunity to connect with a Belvedere student weekly. We already have fabulous staff members participating and mentoring some of our students.  Please contact one of our school counselors, Tracy Ballard, if you are interested! Her email is: [email protected]

Outdoor Workday - Volunteers Needed

Help us get our outdoor learWe will replant our meadow, clean up the gardens, and improve the trail. Students are welcome with an adult. Sign up now! Questions? Contact Andrea Auerbach at [email protected].

FLE Parent Preview

All parents and guardians now have access to all Family Life Education lessons and resources.  You can preview the lessons and resources in our Belvedere All Parents/Guardians course in Schoology. 

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

Buses and Delays

Please be aware that all of us are getting used to new routines at the start of the school year. Thank you for your patience as those routines are established. If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

Service Learning Opportunities

Remembering 9/11 Through FCPS Service Learning and Volunteer Fairfax

Volunteer Fairfax will be facilitating VolunteerFest 2022, a countywide day of service, on September 17. This is a great opportunity for students and families who want to engage with local nonprofits and volunteer. The event will officially kick-off on September 11, Patriot’s Day, with Volunteer Fairfax sharing donation needs and upcoming volunteer opportunities. More information about VolunteerFest 2022 can be found at Volunteer Fairfax’s website. Additional 9/11 Day of Service information can be found at 911Day.org

COVID Diagnostic Testing

COVID-19 diagnostic testing is available at no cost for all currently enrolled FCPS students on select dates throughout the year when transmission may be highest. Diagnostic testing is provided at designated times and locations for those who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.

Testing will be available September 12-14. Visit the testing website for information on locations and how to register for an appointment.

PTA News Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Thursday, September 22: Back to School Night (Virtual)
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Saturday, October 1: Outdoor Club
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

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Belvedere News and Announcements - September 1, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

The first two weeks of school have gone by in a flash. Walking through the school hallways and visiting classrooms, it seems as if we have been in school for months. Everyone is settled into the new school year routine, and students are engaged in learning across the curriculum. Teaching teams are planning with a focus on joyful, meaningful, and explorative opportunities for learning for all students.

This week was the beginning of the school year for our preschool students in the Class-Based, FCPS PK, and ECIP programs. Our youngest students ages 2-5 joined their friends and teachers in learning through play and discovery. This year we are excited to have all PK students participating in art, music, and library.

The first PTA meeting of the year will take place next week on September 7 from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. This will be a virtual meeting via Zoom. We look forward to seeing you there.

With the long weekend ahead, we wish you time to enjoy with family and friends.

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

The beginning of the school year is the best time to develop strong attendance habits! Students who attend school regularly are more likely to perform well in reading and math, develop strong social and emotional skills, and graduate from high school on time. Help prepare your child for future success. Visit FCPS’ Attendance web page for tips and strategies.

Safety Drills During the School Year

Keeping students and staff safe is a priority for all of us. Each school has an emergency preparedness plan to respond to incidents such as fires and tornadoes. Schools are required by state law to practice emergency drills, including lockdown drills, each year. Schools are required to notify parents and guardians at least 24 hours before a school conducts a lockdown drill. However, schools are not required to give the specific date and time of the drill in advance.

The first lockdown drill of the school year must take place within the first 20 days of school. Preschool and kindergarten students are exempt from practicing the first lockdown drill.

Your child may come home and talk about their experience during the drill. We encourage you to talk with your child about the importance of being prepared for emergencies. Here are some helpful tips for families to use to support their students before and after school lockdown drillsWorking together, we create a safe, secure environment for students to learn and grow in our schools.

Labor Day

Friday, Sept, 2, and Monday, Sept. 5, are Labor Day holidays for all FCPS employees and students. We hope everyone takes the long weekend to celebrate a strong start to the school year and enjoy time with family and friends. See the complete 2022-23 school year calendar.

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. Download this flier for more information!

The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

We need Community Mentors!

Families, we are in need of community mentors for students at Belvedere. It is a great opportunity to connect with a Belvedere student weekly. We already have fabulous staff members participating and mentoring some of our students.  Please contact one of our school counselors, Tracy Ballard, if you are interested! Her email is: [email protected]

Student Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R)

The Student Rights and Responsibilities document (SR&R) explains expectations for student behavior and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment. Read the Letter from the Superintendent on the 2022-23 Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide for Families.

Please review the SR&R for school year 22-23 and submit your e-signature through ParentVue.

FLE Parent Preview

All parents and guardians now have access to all Family Life Education lessons and resources.  You can preview the lessons and resources in our Belvedere All Parents/Guardians course in Schoology. 

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

School Opening Parent Checklist

We have created a checklist for parents and guardians to keep track of important action items to complete at the beginning of the school year.  Please reach out to our main office if you need any help accessing or filling out the forms. 

Buses and Delays

Please be aware that all of us are getting used to new routines at the start of the school year. Thank you for your patience as those routines are established. If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

Text Messages for Parents

Parents can Receive Text Messages from FCPS for Emergencies and Essential Information

Make sure your cell phone numbers are listed in the parent/guardian contact information section on the emergency care information form for each of your children. Parents and guardians can view and update emergency contact information online using [email protected]

Text messages will be sent in the event of emergencies, delays or school closings, if buses are running more than 30 minutes late, if your student missed the morning attendance deadline, and for other important reminders. 

Standard message and data charges may apply for text messages depending on your cell phone service plan. More about text messages is available online.

COVID Updates

FCPS sent an update on COVID-19 layered prevention strategies that will continue to be in place this school year. While we had hoped that the pandemic would be behind us, it seems that COVID will be something we must manage as a community for the foreseeable future. FCPS will continue to follow the guidance of national, state, and local health experts when determining the layered prevention strategies that are needed to keep our schools safe and open for learning. It is important that we all work together towards this goal. 

Highlights from that guidance include: 

  • FCPS continues to require families to review the Daily Health Screening before sending students to school. 
  • The 5 Day Isolation Period will continue for COVID positive students and staff.
  • The CDC recommends the COVID vaccine as a safe and effective way of significantly lowering your risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death if you get infected. Vaccines are now available for our youngest students. However, COVID vaccines are not part of the required immunizations for school entry. 
  • At this time, masks are not required. The current CDC COVID-19 Community Level for Fairfax County is low. However, should the community level rise to “high,” FCPS would then require all students, staff, and visitors to wear a face covering when indoors on school property (to include the buildings, school buses and other school provided vehicles; except while actively eating/drinking). The Code of Virginia allows parents/legal guardians to elect for their child not to wear a face covering while on school property.
  • Diagnostic testing will be available beginning Tuesday, August 16, for FCPS students and staff who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Information on diagnostic testing will continue to be updated on our website.
  • FCPS will no longer send a daily or weekly COVID case update. Parents/Guardians will only receive an email from their child’s school when several cases of COVID-19 occur in a single classroom, sports team, or extracurricular activity within a 14-day period. Individual case reports will be available on the FCPS COVID-19 Dashboard on our website.

To stay up to date, please continue to review our Health and Safety Guidance on our website.

PTA News Virtual PTA Meeting - Wednesday, September 7th

Belvedere PTA will be hosting a virtual PTA meeting on Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. Join us on zoom at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82097906666 (Meeting ID: 820 9790 6666) ( One tap mobile +16469313860,,82097906666# US).

BES PTA Restaurant Night - Saté Truck

Download this flyer to place your order! Pick up will take place on September 8th between 4:30-7:30pm in the Belvedere parking lot.

Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Friday, September 2 - Monday, September 5: No School (Labor Day)
  • Thursday, September 22: Back to School Night (Virtual)
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

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Attendance: 703-916-6868 | Web | Twitter

Belvedere News and Announcements - August 26, 2022

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From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:

We have had a wonderful first week of school!  Everyone, students and staff, appreciates learning and playing together, making the school day special.  Thank you for your support and patience as the year gets going.

As we have communicated, this school year free breakfast and lunch are no longer available to all students.  If you believe your child may qualify for free and reduced priced meals, please complete the application.  In addition to qualifying for free or reduced-price school meals, approved students may qualify for benefits such as waived or reduced fees for instruments, uniforms, field trips, FCPS class fees, and Parktakes classes. The school’s Title I status is dependent on at least 55% of students qualifying for free and reduced priced meals. The Title I funds the school receives allow us to have additional staff, teacher planning time, literacy and math resources, author visits, after school intervention, and buses for the outdoor club.

When students go through the cafeteria line to get food, they must enter their pin number, a unique number assigned to each child.  It is essential that students memorize this number, helping them get their food with ease and the line move smoothly. All parents should have received an email with this number prior to the school year beginning. Please help your child memorize the number. If you don’t have the number, please message or email the classroom teacher to get the number.

Thank you to all the parents who use Kiss and Ride for your patience as we streamline the arrival and pickup process.  One suggestion shared with us that may help while you wait in the Kiss and Ride line is for all cars to turn on their hazard lights.  This would allow others to know what cars are parked, who is last in the line (to avoid cuts) and for outgoing traffic to know, it’s not a line for turning vehicles on to Columbia Pike. Thank you for partnering with us and making this a smooth process!

We hope you have terrific weekend and look forward to seeing everyone next week.

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

Student Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R)

The Student Rights and Responsibilities document (SR&R) explains expectations for student behavior and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment. Read the Letter from the Superintendent on the 2022-23 Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide for Families.

Please review the SR&R for school year 22-23 and submit your e-signature through ParentVue.

FLE Parent Preview

All parents and guardians now have access to all Family Life Education lessons and resources.  You can preview the lessons and resources in our Belvedere All Parents/Guardians course in Schoology. 

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

School Opening Parent Checklist

We have created a checklist for parents and guardians to keep track of important action items to complete at the beginning of the school year.  Please reach out to our main office if you need any help accessing or filling out the forms. 

Buses and Delays

Please be aware that all of us are getting used to new routines at the start of the school year. Thank you for your patience as those routines are established. If a student’s bus is delayed, parents may access the Bus Delay Notification System or use the Here Comes the Bus mobile app to receive the delayed bus report.  Use code 28982 when registering for Here Comes the Bus. 

Text Messages for Parents

Parents can Receive Text Messages from FCPS for Emergencies and Essential Information

Make sure your cell phone numbers are listed in the parent/guardian contact information section on the emergency care information form for each of your children. Parents and guardians can view and update emergency contact information online using [email protected]

Text messages will be sent in the event of emergencies, delays or school closings, if buses are running more than 30 minutes late, if your student missed the morning attendance deadline, and for other important reminders. 

Standard message and data charges may apply for text messages depending on your cell phone service plan. More about text messages is available online.

COVID Updates

Earlier this week, FCPS sent an update on COVID-19 layered prevention strategies that will continue to be in place this school year. While we had hoped that the pandemic would be behind us, it seems that COVID will be something we must manage as a community for the foreseeable future. FCPS will continue to follow the guidance of national, state, and local health experts when determining the layered prevention strategies that are needed to keep our schools safe and open for learning. It is important that we all work together towards this goal. 

Highlights from that guidance include: 

  • FCPS continues to require families to review the Daily Health Screening before sending students to school. 
  • The 5 Day Isolation Period will continue for COVID positive students and staff.
  • The CDC recommends the COVID vaccine as a safe and effective way of significantly lowering your risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death if you get infected. Vaccines are now available for our youngest students. However, COVID vaccines are not part of the required immunizations for school entry. 
  • At this time, masks are not required. The current CDC COVID-19 Community Level for Fairfax County is low. However, should the community level rise to “high,” FCPS would then require all students, staff, and visitors to wear a face covering when indoors on school property (to include the buildings, school buses and other school provided vehicles; except while actively eating/drinking). The Code of Virginia allows parents/legal guardians to elect for their child not to wear a face covering while on school property.
  • Diagnostic testing will be available beginning Tuesday, August 16, for FCPS students and staff who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Information on diagnostic testing will continue to be updated on our website.
  • FCPS will no longer send a daily or weekly COVID case update. Parents/Guardians will only receive an email from their child’s school when several cases of COVID-19 occur in a single classroom, sports team, or extracurricular activity within a 14-day period. Individual case reports will be available on the FCPS COVID-19 Dashboard on our website.

To stay up to date, please continue to review our Health and Safety Guidance on our website.

PTA News Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Friday, September 2 - Monday, September 5: No School (Labor Day)
  • Thursday, September 22: Back to School Night (Virtual)
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

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Attendance: 703-916-6868 | Web | Twitter

Belvedere News and Announcements - August 19, 2022

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Classes Start on Monday, August 22 for 2022-2023 School Year

We look forward to seeing students soon!  Please note that our Bell Schedule will be 9:20 a.m. to 4:05 p.m. this year.

From the Administration

Dear Belvedere Family:


Thank you to all who came to Open House yesterday. We loved seeing you and our students come through the school doors. We look forward to the first day of school on Monday.


There is a lot of information sent home at the start of the school year. Please take time to look this over and complete forms and send information as needed. An important change this year is that food will not be free for students. If you believe your child may qualify for Free and Reduced Price Meals, please complete the application. Please also note that if your child qualified last year, you need to reapply this year. If you need help, please call the office.


When school begins on Monday, Kindergarteners may walk with their parents to the gym to meet the teacher and classmates. Kindergarten parents may say good-bye there. First graders will meet their teachers and classmates in the cafeteria. First through fifth grade students will enter the school building without their parents and make their way to class. Staff will be available to make sure all students get to their classrooms. We are so happy to welcome everyone back to school on Monday.


Enjoy the weekend!

Cecilia Vanderhye, Principal and Kelly Cabezas, Assistant Principal

School Opening Parent Checklist

We have created a checklist for parents and guardians to keep track of important action items to complete at the beginning of the school year.  Please reach out to our main office if you need any help accessing or filling out the forms. 

From our Counselors

Click here for our latest Counselors' Corner newsletter!

Emergency Care Updates in SIS ParentVUE

Fairfax County Public Schools is committed to ensuring that the climate in all FCPS facilities is safe and secure. In support of this goal, FCPS provides [email protected] (weCare), an emergency care information system, available to FCPS parents and guardians who have registered for their own Parent account. 

weCare helps manage emergency medical information by enabling parents to go online to enter and update their children’s medical data at their convenience. Contact information provided automatically enrolls parents to receive eNotify communications from the district and their child’s school. eNotify is the communications tool for FCPS emergency, transportation, attendance, weather closings and delays, and essential outreach messages. Messages are sent via email and text messages. Occasional phone messages are sent as well.

Student Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R)

The Student Rights and Responsibilities document (SR&R) explains expectations for student behavior and adult responses to enhance school safety and to create a fair, equitable, and supportive school environment. Read the Letter from the Superintendent on the 2022-23 Student Rights and Responsibilities: A Guide for Families.

Please review the SR&R for school year 22-23 and submit your e-signature through ParentVue.

Parental Permission to Use Digital Resources

Some of the digital resources your child may use this year require parental consent for student use.  Parents must visit the Digital Resources at Belvedere site for information and to provide consent for use. Your child will not have access to certain resources and tools until your consent is provided.

Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications

The extension of the no-cost meals benefit to all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year, meaning families must submit an application and be approved to be eligible for free and reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year. The application for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program is now available online.

 

PTA News Support the Belvedere PTA

Our PTA supports Belvedere in myriad ways: organizing school events, enrichment and outreach activities; providing funding for field trips, library books, and technology in the classroom; and building a school community outside the classroom.  

There are several ways to support the PTA:

Upcoming Dates
  • Monday, August 22: First Day of School (K-5)
  • Friday, September 2 - Monday, September 5: No School (Labor Day)
  • Thursday, September 22: Back to School Night (Virtual)
  • Monday, September 26: No School (Teacher Work Day)
  • Wednesday, October 5: No School (Yom Kippur)
  • Monday, October 10: No School (Staff Dev.)
  • Monday, October 24: No School (Diwali)
  • Monday, October 31: No School (Teacher Workday)
Keep in Touch

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Health and Safety Guidance Webpage

Visit the Belvedere website

Report student absences

Bus Delay Website

Follow Belvedere on Twitter

Follow our PTA on Facebook

Change your email preferences

FCPS Calendar: 2022-2023

6540 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041 | Office: 703-916-6800
Attendance: 703-916-6868 | Web | Twitter

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