Justice HS Activities - November 29th, 2021

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Justice High School Athletics & Activities

Justice Athletics Webpage - https://www.justicehssports.com/

Follow Us on Social Media: 

Twitter @Justice_Sports

Instagram @Justice_Wolves

Link Tree

Event Schedules this Week

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
5:30pm Basketball: Girls JV @ Falls Church
6:00pm Basketball: Girls Varsity @ Alexandria City

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
7:15pm Basketball: Boys Varsity @ Lightridge

Thursday, December 2, 2021
TBD Wrestling: JV @ Wakefield High School
6:00pm Wrestling: Varsity Match @ Meridian

Friday, December 3, 2021
5:30pm Indoor Track: Girls Varsity Meet @ Thomas Jefferson
5:30pm Indoor Track: Boys Varsity Meet @ Thomas Jefferson
5:45pm Basketball: Girls Tip Off vs. Gar-Field
6:00pm Swim & Dive: Varsity Meet vs. Hayfield @ Lee District
7:30pm Basketball: Boys Tip Off vs. Gar-Field

Saturday, December 4, 2021
TBD Basketball: Girls Tip Off vs. TBD
TBD Basketball: Boys Tip Off vs. TBD

 

9th ANNUAL SEVEN CORNERS SUNOCO WOLVES TIP-OFF BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Thursday, December 2nd

5:45 – Falls Church vs Mt. Vernon – Girls (Game 1)

7:30 – Falls Church vs Meridian – Boys (Game 2)

 Friday, December 3rd

5:45 – Justice vs Gar-Field – Girls (Game 3)

7:30 – Justice vs Gar-Field – Boys (Game 4)

Saturday, December 4th

1:00 – Game 1 Loser vs Game 3 Loser

2:45 – Game 2 Loser vs Game 4 Loser

4:30 – Game 1 Winner vs Game 3 Winner

6:15 – Game 2 Winner vs Game 4 Winner

WINTER WOLVES VIRTUAL 5K

Justice Athletics is offering a Virtual Winter Wolves 5k Community Event and Fundraiser. Cost is just $20 for Justice Students and Teachers! $25 for community members. Register at the link below! We would love to see some many of our students, parents and community members getting out and exercising and showing their Justice Spirit! All participants will receive a t-shirt and racing bib! More information to come... Sign up below!

The 5K can be run anytime during Winter Break - December 20th-Jan. 2nd

 https://hallofjustice.com/ww5k-2021/

Winter Team Pictures -  November 29th

Justice Athletics will be hosting winter season team pictures TODAY.

Team photos will be taken indoors. Athletes can remove their mask while taking an individual picture but must put the mask back on upon completion.  For team pictures, everyone will be wearing mask until the photographer is ready to take the picture.  Upon completion, everyone is required to put their mask back on and exit the gymnasium. 

Winter Sports Concession Stand Volunteers Needed!!!!

The Justice High School Athletic Boosters need your help! Please sign up to cover a shift or two, or three or four. All proceeds from our concessions stands go to support ALL OF OUR TEAMS!!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a45aea722ab9-winter

COVID VACCINATION AND TESTING

Justice and the rest of FCPS will continue COVID testing protocols for unvaccinated athletes. This morning, we sent emails to all students who as of last night, are required to test. They should be checking their school email regularly. 

As a reminder, FCPS requires....

  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older are required to be fully vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption. 
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older with a medical or religious vaccination exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older who are not fully vaccinated and do not have an exemption may not participate in the activity.
  • Student-athletes ages 12-15 who are not fully vaccinated by choice or due to a medical or religious exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.

One-time parent/legal guardian consent is required to begin COVID screening testing for a student-athlete to be tested at school. You may withdraw your consent for testing at any time. If you want your child to begin participating in COVID-19 screening testing, you must pre-register your child(ren) and provide consent using the secure online portal.

Weekly COVID testing @ Justice - Friday's between 10:00am-11:30pm. 

Winter Ticket Information
  • All regular season events will be ticketed events
    • Admission for all regular season events is $5 per person at the door
    • ETix available for all Winter Events - Pre-Purchase Online
  • Pack Passes are still available for purchase- More info below
    • A one time fee for entry to ALL HOME EVENTS - ALL YEAR
    • $30 for Students
    • $60 for Adults
    • Click here to purchase
Coaching Position Openings

Justice High School is in search of the below coaching positions. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

Assistant Boys Lacrosse

JV Head Baseball Coach

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Dave Waldack, Booster President, for his continued leadership.

Congratulations and Thank you to the new board members!!

Vice President - Kim Grutzik

Secretary - Jill Ammon

  The Board is still seeking the following position:

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

Email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information!

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Reminder - Masks Required Indoors

As a reminder, FCPS requires all guests to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. This includes indoor sporting events! Thank you for your cooperation. 

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - November 23, 2021

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November 23, 2021

 

Hello Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members:

Gratitude is one of many positive emotions.  It's about focusing on what's good in our lives and being thankful for the things we have.  Gratitude is pausing to notice and appreciate the things that we often take for granted, like having a place to live, food, clean water, friends, family, even computer access.

 

I am grateful for my life, my kids, my parents, my job, my experiences, and much much more.  But in this very moment, I’d like show gratitude to each and every one of our Justice HS faculty/staff, parents, and community members for their continued hard work and day to day dedication to our school.

 

Each of you do so much that is seen and unseen which is given to our students, families, and each other.  I am grateful for this Justice HS family and the quality of your service, feedback, and commitment to our school each day.

 

As a reminder, our campus will be closed Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th.  Please celebrate and enjoy these next few days with family and friends.  I look forward to seeing our Justice family after the holiday break.  Happy Thanksgiving!

 

 

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

703-824-3900 | https://justicehs.fcps.edu/

Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

Welcome to our new Security Team Members

Our students have recently seen new security team members.  These new security members were brought on to help us as we are down team members who are out on leave.  These new members are joining Mr. Dave Wall, Ms. Luisa Orellana Henriquez. 

Let’s give a big welcome to Mr. Jose Guttierez Diaz, Mr. Bryce Washington, and Mr. Phil Catania!  Each of these new members are familiar with Justice High School and some of our students already as each of them are also coaches with our athletic teams.

 

Mr. Jose Guttierez Diaz 

 

Mr. Bryce Washington

 

Mr. Phil Catania 

 

 

ASSESSMENT UPDATES

PSAT/NMSQT Score Reports (10th and 11th graders): Scores will be available to your students December 6–7. The exact date depends on where the student is accessing their scores. View the schedule for releasing scores to students.  If you have questions, please contact the PSAT Coordinator, Shelley Terry at sdterry@fcps.edu

 

ACT WorkKeys Testing:  December 1-3, 2021 (Seniors): Seniors, who are still in need of a Reading and/or Writing verified credit(s) in English, will have an opportunity to take the substitute test(s), WorkKeys Business Writing and Workplace Documents on Dec. 1-3 in the Student Commons at 8:30 a.m.  Students will be notified of their eligibility before the Thanksgiving break.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Shelley Terry at sdterry@fcps.edu

 

Fall Non Writing SOL Testing:  December 13-17, 2021 (Seniors): The Fall Non Writing SOL window is scheduled the Week of December 13 – 17 before the Winter Break.  Seniors will be notified of their schedule to test if they are in need of one or more verified credits for graduation.  Additionally, remediation information will be shared via Schoology in preparation for these exams.  If you would like additional information, please contact your student’s counselor.

 

SAT – December 4th: Justice HS is hosting the December 4th administration of the SAT.  Please remind students to bring a calculator, test ticket, and ID on the day of the exam.  If you have questions, please contact the SAT Coordinator, Shelley Terry, at sdterry@fcps.edu.

 

 

Justice High School Scholarship Fund

The Justice High School Scholarship Fund (JHSSF) is a scholarship organization supported by community members, parents, alumni, faculty, and businesses from the Justice High School community.  Its mission is to provide need-based scholarships for Justice High School graduates pursuing post-secondary education. Since its inception in 2004, the Fund has awarded over $1,400,000 to help 635 Justice HS graduates take the important first step toward a college degree.

 

Read more about the JHSSF in this newsletter.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS, RECOGNITIONS, AND THANK YOU’S

 

Congratulations to Anne H.  soccer player, number 21, defender. Anne graduated in JHS in 2017.   

https://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2021/11/uswnt-rewind-washington-spirit-win-2021-nwsl-championship

 

 

Our Hispanic Honor Society students recently participated in a food distribution community project at Saint Anthony Church, Falls Church

 

 

Congratulations to the following Justice HS Orchestra Students who had a successful audition this past Tuesday and were selected to be part of the District Honors Orchestra!

 

  • Hank Cornette
  • Amy Telleria
  • Ryan Lesmana
  • Kate Tran
  • Karen Tran
  • Christine Pham
  • Richard Do
  • Maddox Shreve
  • Rewan Faraq
  • Caleb Virkstis
  • Sasha Traub

 

Many thanks to former JHS student & current Class of 2022 WestPoint student Sarah Rutherford for stopping by on yesterday to chat with our current students about life at WestPoint Military Academy.

 

 

Thanks to our Ecology Club and sponsor Sharon Ponton for successfully planting trees last weekend around the front of the campus.

    

 

Our Wind Ensemble delighted audiences in two recent concerts. Read their story in the Annandale Blog.

https://annandaleva.blogspot.com/2021/11/small-band-big-sound-justice-hs-wind.html#comment-form

 

 

 

 

 

 

Justice HS Activities - November 22nd, 2021

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Justice Athletics Webpage - https://www.justicehssports.com/

Follow Us on Social Media: 

Twitter @Justice_Sports

Instagram @Justice_Wolves

Link Tree

Event Schedules this Week


Tuesday, November 23, 2021

5:00pm  Freshman Girls Basketball vs. Falls Church (Scrimmage)

6:00pm  JV Girls Basketball @ Potomac (Scrimmage)

7:15pm  Varsity Girls Basketball @ Potomac (Scrimmage)

Saturday, November 27, 2021

10:30pm  Freshman Boys Basketball vs. Langley (Scrimmage)

11:45pm  JV Girls Basketball @ Langley (Scrimmage)

1:15pm  Varsity Girls Basketball @ Langley (Scrimmage)

Winter Team Pictures -  November 29th

Justice Athletics will be hosting winter season team pictures next Monday.

Team photos will be taken indoors. Athletes can remove their mask while taking an individual picture but must put the mask back on upon completion.  For team pictures, everyone will be wearing mask until the photographer is ready to take the picture.  Upon completion, everyone is required to put their mask back on and exit the gymnasium. 

Winter Sports Concession Stand Volunteers Needed!!!!

The Justice High School Athletic Boosters need your help! Please sign up to cover a shift or two, or three or four. All proceeds from our concessions stands go to support ALL OF OUR TEAMS!!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a45aea722ab9-winter

COVID VACCINATION AND TESTING

Last Friday, Justice and the rest of FCPS began COVID testing protocals for unvaccinated athletes.

As a reminder, FCPS requires....

  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older are required to be fully vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption. 
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older with a medical or religious vaccination exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older who are not fully vaccinated and do not have an exemption may not participate in the activity.
  • Student-athletes ages 12-15 who are not fully vaccinated by choice or due to a medical or religious exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.

One-time parent/legal guardian consent is required to begin COVID screening testing for a student-athlete to be tested at school. You may withdraw your consent for testing at any time. If you want your child to begin participating in COVID-19 screening testing, you must pre-register your child(ren) and provide consent using the secure online portal.

Weekly COVID testing @ Justice - Friday's between 10:00am-11:30pm. 

Winter Ticket Information
  • All scrimmage events are FREE of charge
  • All regular season events will be ticketed events
    • Admission for all regular season events is $5 per person at the door
    • ETix available for all Winter Events - Pre-Purchase Online
  • Pack Passes are still available for purchase- More info below
    • A one time fee for entry to ALL HOME EVENTS - ALL YEAR
    • $30 for Students
    • $60 for Adults
    • Click here to purchase
Coaching Position Openings

Justice High School is in search of the below coaching positions. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

Assistant Boys Lacrosse

JV Head Baseball Coach

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Dave Waldack, Booster President, for his continued leadership.

Congratulations and Thank you to the new board members!!

Vice President - Kim Grutzik

Secretary - Jill Ammon

  The Board is still seeking the following position:

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

Email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information!

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Reminder - Masks Required Indoors

As a reminder, FCPS requires all guests to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. This includes indoor sporting events! Thank you for your cooperation. 

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - November 15, 2021

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November 15, 2021

 

Good evening Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members: 

 

The first part of the 2021 – 2022 school year has gone by quickly, and it has been an exciting experience in unique times.  We have completed our first quarter and are well into our second. We are thankful for many things as we reflect on the past three months:

  • We are pleased with our students who attend Justice HS every day ready to learn. They provide us all a daily reminder of why we are here and what is essential.
  • We are grateful for the support of the parents in building an excellent community for our students. We are also thankful that our parents have kept the trust and confidence in us. They continue to leave their most valuable ones with us. We have parents who work hard and advocate to be a partner in their children’s education, safety, and well-being. For this, we will always be so thankful.
  • We are grateful for the teachers, assistants, admin assistants, health aides, security staff, support staff, interns, coordinators, counselors and administrators who care about student success and have the best interests of our students in essence. We see dedicated and hard-working individuals going above and beyond to make sure that great things happen in our school. They do make a difference, and our students benefit from those efforts.

I would like to wish all of you and your families a healthy, relaxing and happy Thanksgiving break!

 

 

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

703-824-3900 | https://justicehs.fcps.edu/

Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

 

 

 

1st Quarter Reports Cards: 1st Quarter report cards will be sent to the mailing address on file this week.  Additionally, 1st quarter grades can also be accessed via the Grade Book and Report Card modules in ParentVUE and StudentVUE.

 

 

FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards: A reminder that nominations will close on 11/23 for the FCPS Outstanding Employee Awards for the following categories: Outstanding Teacher, Outstanding New Teacher, Outstanding Leader, Outstanding Professional Employee, and Outstanding Operational Employee. Please complete the nomination through this Google form link to nominate a Justice HS Outstanding Employee.

 

PTSA Trivia and International Food Night: This event that was originally scheduled for Friday, November 19th has been postponed. 

 

PTSA Spirit Wear Fundraiser

https://shop.burkesports.com/groups/1143-justice-hs-ptsa-apparel/products

 

 

 

IB Internal Assessment Calendar

Internal Assessment - Subject

Date dates

Math Applications HL - draft

October 30

History of the Americas HL - draft

November 8

TOK Exhibition

November 8

English SL Orals

December 6-10

Art Process Portfolio- draft

December 7

Math Analysis - draft

December 9

Art Comparative Study -draft

December 14

History of the Americas HL- final

December 15

Theater - solo piece - HL

December 15

Arabic Oral exams

Dec 16 & 17

Math Applications HL - final

December 18

Environmental Systems (ESS) - draft

January 5

Psychology - draft

January 7

Extended Essay - final

January 10

Math Analysis SL - draft

January 13

Math Applications SL - draft

January 13

Math Analysis HL - final

pending

TOK Essay Outline/Sources

January 23

Math Applications HL - final

January 30

English HL Essay

February 4

Art Exhibition draft

February 4

Psychology - Final

February 7

Art Process Portfolio - final

February 10

History SL - draft

February 11

Spanish Oral exams

February 14-18

TOK Essay - draft

February 17

Geography

February 18

Theater - Director's Notebook SL & HL

February 18

Art Comparative Study

February 23

Business SL

February 25

Math Analysis SL - final

February 25

Math Applications SL - final

February 25

Biology

February 28

Environmental Systems (ESS) - final

March 3

TOK Essay - final

March 4

Film Textual Analysis

March 7

French Oral exams

March 7-11

Film Comparative Analysis

March 14

Chemistry

March 15

Social Anthropology

March 17

Physics

March 17

History SL - final

March 18

Art Exhibition final

March 19

Film Portfolio

March 21

Theater - Research Presentation - SL & HL

March 22

Spanish FLUENT SPEAKER Orals

March 24-25

English HL I Oral exams

April 18-29

Extended Essay deadline for juniors

May 27

 

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th

  • Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

 

 

Justice HS Activities - November 15th, 2021

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Justice Athletics Webpage - https://www.justicehssports.com/

Follow Us on Social Media: 

Twitter @Justice_Sports

Instagram @Justice_Wolves

Link Tree

A Season of Champions!!

As our fall season comes to a close, we couldn't be more excited about our accomplishments!! Winning titles is awesome, but our athletic department and programs are about so much more!

  • 4 team District Championships
  • 1 Individual District Champion, Regional Runner-Up, 5th in State
  • 306 participants - a 19% increase over last fall season!
  • An unbelievable uptick in school spirit
  • An increase in attendance by students, staff and community at home events!
Event Schedules this Week


Wednesday, November 17, 2021

5:00pm  Freshman Girls Basketball @ Woodson (Scrimmage)

6:00pm  JV Girls Basketball @ Woodson (Scrimmage)

7:15pm  Varsity Girls Basketball @ Woodson (Scrimmage)

 

Thursday, November 18, 2021

5:00pm  Freshman Boys Basketball vs. McLean (Scrimmage)

6:00pm  JV Boys Basketball vs. McLean (Scrimmage)

7:15pm  Varsity Boys Basketball vs. McLean (Scrimmage)

 

Saturday, November 20, 2021

TBD     JV & Varsity Wrestling @ Meridian HS (Scrimmage)

Winter Season Updates - PLEASE READ

We are now entering week 2 of of our winter season. Week 2 brings the start of scrimmages and more importantly, we will begin the NEW process of COVID testing our unvaccinated athletes. 

As a reminder, FCPS requires student-athletes to be fully vaccinated or provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test to participate in VHSL winter and spring sports or any activity requiring a physical. 

  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older are required to be fully vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption. 
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older with a medical or religious vaccination exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older who are not fully vaccinated and do not have an exemption may not participate in the activity.
  • Student-athletes ages 12-15 who are not fully vaccinated by choice or due to a medical or religious exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.

One-time parent/legal guardian consent is required to begin COVID screening testing for a student-athlete to be tested at school. You may withdraw your consent for testing at any time. If you want your child to begin participating in COVID-19 screening testing, you must pre-register your child(ren) and provide consent using the secure online portal.

 

We have been notified that our on-site testing opportunity will be on Friday's between 10:30am-12pm. 

Winter Ticket Information
  • All scrimmage events are FREE of charge
  • All regular season events will be ticketed events
    • Admission for all regular season events is $5 per person at the door
    • ETix available for all Winter Events - Pre-Purchase Online
  • Pack Passes are still available for purchase- More info below
    • A one time fee for entry to ALL HOME EVENTS - ALL YEAR
    • $30 for Students
    • $60 for Adults
    • Click here to purchase
Girls Tennis Coach

Justice High School is in search of a head varsity and an assistant girls tennis coach. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Dave Waldack, Booster President, for his continued leadership.

Congratulations and Thank you to the new board members!!

Vice President - Kim Grutzik

Secretary - Jill Ammon

  The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Reminder - Masks Required Indoors

As a reminder, FCPS requires all guests to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. This includes indoor sporting events! Thank you for your cooperation. 

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice High School - November 12th

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State and Regional Playoff Information

Super exciting weekend for the Wolves!!!! Please get out and join our HYPE SQUADS!

 

Friday, November 12, 2021

7:00pm  Football: 1st Round Regional Playoffs @ Lake Braddock

Expecting long lines at the gate... we highly suggest pre-purchasing

ETIX - Football Pre-Sale

 

Saturday, November 13, 2021

11:15am Cross Country: State Championship Boys Race @ Great Meadows

Good Luck Ryan!!!

Tickets MUST be purchased online - State Cross Country Tickets

 

Saturday, November 13, 2021

7:00pm  Volleyball: State Tournament - 1st Round @ Herndon

Tickets MUST be purchased online - State Volleyball Tickets

 

Student Athlete Vaccination/Testing - Update

COVID-19 screening testing for student-athletes will begin the week of November 15. Preregistration is now open for families of students requiring a weekly test for athletic participation. 

As a reminder, FCPS requires student-athletes to be fully vaccinated or provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test to participate in VHSL winter and spring sports or any activity requiring a physical. 

  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older are required to be fully vaccinated or have a medical or religious exemption. 
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older with a medical or religious vaccination exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
  • Student-athletes ages 16 and older who are not fully vaccinated and do not have an exemption may not participate in the activity.
  • Student-athletes ages 12-15 who are not fully vaccinated by choice or due to a medical or religious exemption will be required to provide a weekly negative COVID-19 test.

One-time parent/legal guardian consent is required to begin COVID screening testing for a student-athlete to be tested at school. You may withdraw your consent for testing at any time. If you want your child to begin participating in COVID-19 screening testing, you must pre-register your child(ren) and provide consent using the secure online portal.

Testing details include: 

  • Student-athletes will receive PCR tests using the Anterior Nares Swab (shallow swab).
  • Student-athlete testing is provided by Aegis Sciences Corporation, a partner in the Virginia Department of Health’s VIssTA program.
  • Testing takes place at all traditional high school sites (after school to the maximum extent possible). 
  • Test results will be kept confidential and made available to parents and guardians Student-athlete test results will be provided to the Director of Student Activities and other designated FCPS personnel if parent/guardian consent is provided for the disclosure.
  • Student-athletes participating in screening testing will not be part of the school’s random sample for weekly testing.

 

For more information, visit the COVID-19 testing webpage.

 

If you have questions about COVID-19 screening testing for your student-athlete, please contact Brian Garvey at bdgarvey@fcps.edu 

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice High School - November 8th

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Correction to Playoff Schedule

Apologies for the additional email.... Volleyball Semifinals are AT HOME tonight!! Corrected below... 

 

Playoff this week!

Monday, November 7, 2021

7:00pm  Volleyball: Regional Semifinals @ HOME

ETIX - Volleyball Pre-Sale


Wednesday, November 9, 2021

7:00pm  Volleyball: Regional Finals - TBD (must win Monday night)

 

Friday, November 11, 2021

7:00pm  Football: 1st Round Regional Playoffs @ Lake Braddock

ETIX - Football Pre-Sale

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice HS Activities - November 1st, 2021

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Justice High School Athletics & Activities

Justice Athletics Webpage - https://www.justicehssports.com/

Follow Us on Social Media: 

Twitter @Justice_Sports

Instagram @Justice_Wolves

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Justice Football - DISTRICT CHAMPS!!!

Another week.... another DISTRICT TITLE!!!  I said it last week, I'll say it again!

Congratulations to the Justice Football Team! THe Wolves will be the only National District Team to advance to the Occoquan Region Tournament as well. Playoff Information below! 

Playoff this week!

Monday, November 7, 2021

7:00pm  Volleyball: Regional Semifinals @ Lake Braddock

ETIX - Volleyball Pre-Sale


Wednesday, November 9, 2021

7:00pm  Volleyball: Regional Finals - TBD (must win Monday night)

 

Friday, November 11, 2021

7:00pm  Football: 1st Round Regional Playoffs @ Lake Braddock

ETIX - Football Pre-Sale

Winter Sports Begin Today
  • Got your physical turned in? 
  • Completed Athletic Registration
  • Submitted Vaccination Record or Exemptions? See below for more info..
  • Check Tryout Schedule Below...
Athletic Booster Meeting - 11/9

Please Join us for our November Athletic Booster Club Meeting! We will meet virtually via ZOOM at 6pm. 

Join Zoom Meeting
Booster Meeting

 

FCPS Student-Athletes Vaccine Requirement

FCPS’ requirement for student-athletes to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or participate in weekly COVID-19 testing begins with the onset of the winter sports season. We will begin screening testing for student-athletes who are not fully vaccinated the week of November 15, not November 1 as previously planned.

Many student-athletes are currently in the middle of their two-dose cycle and additional time for testing to begin will allow those students to complete their vaccinations. Students are eligible to try out for their sport if they have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The adjustment will allow FCPS and its contractors time to ensure all components, including the portals are up and running and staff are fully trained.

In order to streamline the process for families who have to register multiple students, we’ve moved the start date for all student screening testing. We will share information about how to preregister and provide consent for COVID-19 testing through a secure online portal shortly.

For more details about FCPS COVID-19 screening testing, visit our website. Please contact [SCHOOL] for more information about how student-athlete screening testing will be conducted.

 

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. 

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

Girls Tennis Coach

Justice High School is in search of a head varsity and an assistant girls tennis coach. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

The Wolfpack Theatre at Justice High School proudly presents The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie.

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim? Can you solve the mystery before another “mouse” goes SNAP? Join us at The WP Theatre to find out what happens next! 

There will be four performances of  The Mousetrap:           

Thursday, November 11 at 7 PM

Friday, November 12th at 7 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 2 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 7 PM

Tickets will be available as of October 25th for advance purchase on the Wolfpack Theatre website.  Please use this QR code to reach our website or visit https://wolfpacktheatre.org/

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Steve Primrose for his service to the community as our President over the past 4 years!

The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Vice President - .In the absence of the president shall perform all the duties of the president. Serve as executive assistant to the president and carry out those duties assigned by the president. 

Secretary - Certify and keep the original, or a copy of these bylaws; keep a record of the minutes of all meetings related to Boosters.

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

  Volunteer Committees
  1. Fundraising Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing ways and means of raising funds to carry out the goals of the Boosters (can be broken out to events and sponsorships)
  2. Membership Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods to increase membership in the Boosters. The committee shall promote the attendance of members at meetings
  3. Concessions Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of concession stand operations including volunteers, supplies, new products, and cleanup
  4. Special Events for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for special events (i.e. Harlem Wizards Event, Wolves Classic, etc)
  5. Promotions, Media, and Public Relations Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for publications (or web site) of the organization
  6. Budget Committee for the purpose of developing and overseeing the fiscal year budget

WE NEED YOU!!!

Interested in joining our team as an officer or volunteer... Click Here!

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!!!!

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers this past Thursday. Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run. Here is a little data/info to show how important this is for our athletes!

Pre Covid - Fall of 2019

  • Concession Stand Sales were $21,307.75 in the fall 2019 season. Just the fall! 
  • Varsity Football Game Concession Stand Sales averaged $2503.00 in sales PER GAME
  • All net profits of each event go to SUPPORT EVERY TEAM, not just the teams with concession stands at their events
  • "It takes a village" to support an athletic program - PLEASE SIGN UP

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

 

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - November 7, 2021

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Happy Sunday Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members: 

 

I woke up this morning as the PROUDEST Principal in FCPS!  Not because our football team secured their spot as the 2021 National District Champions for the first time since 1994 on Friday night.  Not because ALL of our fall sports programs are 2021 National District Champions (cheer, field hockey, and volleyball).  Not because our amazing Marching Band have earned 1st place and exceptional performances in multiple competitions this past quarter.  And not because our Cross-Country team competed at their best in the National District Meet, which led to Ryan Watson being named the Individual District Champion. 

 

I woke up this morning as the PROUDEST Principal in FCPS because collectively, we as a school community, have beat so many odds in a short amount of time that have led to victories inside and outside the classroom.  Teamwork is a sport on its own.  Our Justice Family and community have proved that we can excel in this sport called teamwork with patience, purpose, and productivity.  As we navigate through the remaining weeks of 2021, let’s focus on the teamwork and wins we’ve accomplished thus far to support our future challenges, changes, and unique circumstances.  Your continued support of our goals is always welcomed and very much appreciated!

 

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

703-824-3900 | https://justicehs.fcps.edu/

Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

 

2 Hour Early Release - November 11th: As a reminder, Thursday, November 11th, is a two-hour early release for students for the Veterans Day holiday. Classes will resume on Friday, November 12th. 

 

First Quarter Reports Cards: First Quarter report cards will be distributed to students this week. Students and families can also access Report Card and Grade Book information in ParentVUE and StudentVUE beginning November 13th. Because we use a rolling gradebook, report card grades are no longer averaged to determine a student's final grade, but rather serve as a report on student progress.

 

Fairfax County Youth Survey - November 15th-16th: The Fairfax County School Board and the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors work together to administer the Fairfax County Youth Survey. The survey provides a wealth of information about a variety of topics related to our youth and is given to all students in grades 10 and 12.  For more information, please see the FCPS Youth Survey webpage.

 

PTSA Trivia and International Food Night: An evening of food, folks, and fun is coming up Friday, November 19th. Food will be served at 6:30 PM and Trivia will start at 7:00 PM. Please sign up to donate food to share at our International Trivia Night.  

To minimize contact, we are asking for food to be served in individual portions. We also need volunteers to set up, help out at the food tables, and clean up after the event.  

Sign-Up here to donate food or volunteer to help.

 

 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

The Wolfpack Theatre at Justice High School proudly presents The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie.

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim? Can you solve the mystery before another “mouse” goes SNAP? Join us at The WP Theatre to find out what happens next! 

* This is a murder mystery intended for mature audiences. All audience members will be required to wear masks during the performance and adhere to COVID-19 protocols.

* The Mousetrap is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc ~ www.concordtheatricals.com

 

There will be four performances of The Mousetrap:           

  • Thursday, November 11 at 7 PM
  • Friday, November 12th at 7 PM
  • Saturday, November 13th at 2 PM
  • Saturday, November 13th at 7 PM

 

Tickets are available now for advance purchase on the Wolfpack Theatre website.  For ticket information visit https://wolfpacktheatre.org/

 

 

 

 

 

NoVa District PTA Presents

Emotionally Naked Truth About Suicide Monday, November 15th at 7:00 PM

Online & Free

Pre-register here

Based on the book, Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk, this presentation will empower parents, educators and the community to reduce this threat to life. Attendees will learn the cryptic and often veiled ways youth cry for help, how to respond and what to do. Speaker and Advocate Anne Moss Rogers will offer suggestions and resources to help people recognize what's normal teen angst versus what might be a warning sign as well as tips to help teens develop coping skills during and after the pandemic. The conversation will include topics on substance misuse, mental health, suicide prevention in teens/young adults including insight into those times when young people are more vulnerable. Learning outcomes: • Real life signs of suicide in youth and what to say/do • Lesser-known periods when adolescents are more vulnerable • How to build relationships that help adolescents develop resilience Audience: Parents, educators, educational leaders, policy makers, coaches, advocates, community members. Questions? Contact Jenna White vp.communications@fccpta.org

 

 

Driver Education - Partners for Safe Teen Driving (PSTD)

The state of Virginia requires students and their parents or legal guardian to attend ONE session of Partners for Safe Teen Driving in order to receive their Pink Card (DEC-8).

  • All 10th, 11th, 12th grade students are invited. The PSTD presentations will be virtual ZOOM sessions from 6:30 to 8:00 PM on the following dates: Wednesday Sept 29th, 2021, Wednesday November 17th, 2021, Wednesday January 12th, 2022, Wednesday March 16th, 2022, Wednesday May 11th, 2022.
  • For current 10th grade students, all session LINKS, additional information, & instructions will be posted on your teacher’s SCHOOLOGY page.
  • If you are a current 11th or 12th grade Justice HS student seeking to attend a PSTD session, please register by completing the Google Form using your @fcpsschools.net GMAIL Account. PSTD REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/PSTDJusticeDriverEd2122

Please email Greg Weisbecker at gpweisbecker@fcps.edu with any questions.

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

Monday, November 8th

  • Winter Sports Begin

Thursday, November 11th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Monday-Tuesday, November 15th – 16th

  • FCPS Youth Survey Administered

 

Friday, November 19th

  • PTSA Trivia & International Food Night | 6:30 PM at Justice HS

 

Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th

  • Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

HELPFUL RESOURCES

SIS ParentVue Account

Parents and Guardians: Please follow this link for information on how to obtain and access a SIS ParentVue account.  This account will enable you to see your student’s grade and attendance information in SIS as well as access your child’s Schoology page.

 

Digital Resource Consent

At Justice High School, our teachers will use a variety of powerful digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. Without consent, teachers will need to plan additional lessons or deviate from a useful application altogether. You can find our school’s list of the resources here: https://justicehs.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Please follow this link to indicate whether or not your student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval.

 

Justice High School - November 4th

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Friday Night Lights & Winter COVID Requirements The Wolves Football team takes on the Lewis Lancers this Friday!

Breaking News** - A win gets the wolves in the Region Playoffs and could secure a share of the District Championship! The first one since 1994. You won't want to miss that. 

We will be celebrating all of our senior football players, cheerleaders, marching band members and our choral ensemble. This recognition will start at 6:30pm. Come early to cheer them on!

Reminders:

-  All tickets are $5.00 - see below

-  No backpacks and all bags are subject to search

-  All Signs are prohibited

-  No outside food/drinks allowed in the stadium

-  During the game and following the game... no spectators are allowed on the      track or field. 

-  After our win.. our team will come over to stands to celebrate with the Hype       Squad!

- We are encouraging everyone to arrive early to avoid big lines

- Back lot is reserved for Pack Pass holders and VIPs ONLY. 

Tickets

Credit Card Sales will be available for purchase for tonight’s home football game vs. Annandale at the FRONT GATE ONLY. Pre-Purchased tickets through our ETIX website can be scanned at BOTH the front or back gates. If you would like to pre-purchase to avoid lines and standing in the rain -  click link below!

JUSTICE ATHLETICS - ETIX

Gates open at 6:00pm LET’S GO WOLVES!!!

COVID 19 Vaccination and Testing Requirement for Student Athletes

16+   Vaccination Requirement

  • ALL STUDENT ATHLETES 16 and over must be vaccinated or have an exemption. Records for either must be submitted to kbberg@fcps.edu
  • Those with an exemption will need to be tested weekly beginning November 15th.
  • This requirement is effective Monday, November 4th.
  • They can begin tryouts with just their 1st dose. They will need to test weekly, starting the 15th, until they become fully vaccinated.

15 and under – Vaccination or Weekly Testing

  • ALL STUDENT ATHLETES 15 and under have a choice. Be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing.
  • Those that choose to submit to weekly testing will begin that process the week of November 15th
  • That all being said… they do not need to be tested or vaccinated before trying out the week of the 8th. However, they need to know that if they make the team, they will need to do either to remain eligible.

FCPS’ requirement for student-athletes to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or participate in weekly COVID-19 testing begins with the onset of the winter sports season. We will begin screening testing for student-athletes who are not fully vaccinated the week of November 15, not November 1 as previously planned.

Many student-athletes are currently in the middle of their two-dose cycle and additional time for testing to begin will allow those students to complete their vaccinations. Students are eligible to try out for their sport if they have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The adjustment will allow FCPS and its contractors time to ensure all components, including the portals are up and running and staff are fully trained.

In order to streamline the process for families who have to register multiple students, we’ve moved the start date for all student screening testing. We will share information about how to preregister and provide consent for COVID-19 testing through a secure online portal shortly.

For more details about FCPS COVID-19 screening testing, visit our website. Please contact [SCHOOL] for more information about how student-athlete screening testing will be conducted.

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice HS Activities - November 1st, 2021

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Congratulations - Justice Volleyball!!!!

Another week.... another DISTRICT TITLE!!! The volleyball team capped off their undefeated district regular season with a an exciting district championship win. The Wolves program was started just 18 years ago by our very own Coach Sharon Ponton and they just won their first championship in school history! Come out tonight, Monday, November 1st to cheer them on at Justice at 7pm. They take on the Fairfax Lions in the 1st round of the Occoquan Region Tournament. Go Wolves!!!!

REGION BRACKET

SENIOR NIGHT!

This Friday, we will be celebrating all of our seniors that make Friday Nights in the Fall so special. Please join us at 6:30pm as we celebrate all of our football, cheerleading, marching band and choral ensemble SENIORS!

Then stick around for the Football Game Kickoff at 7pm. Justice will be playing for a slot into the playoffs and a share of the district championship!!

Athletic Events this Week!

Monday, November 1, 2021
7:00pm Volleyball: Region 1st Round vs. Fairfax

Wednesday, November 3, 2021
12:30pm Cross Country: Varsity Region Finals @ Burke Lake
6:00pm Football: JV Game vs. John R. Lewis

Friday, November 5, 2021
7:00pm Football: Varsity Game vs. John R. Lewis - SENIOR NIGHT!

  E-Ticketing

E-Tickets will be available for the Volleyball Playoff games and for the next HOME football game. You can pre-purchase at the below link, the day of the game...  ETIX PURCHASE

This is a great opportunity to pre--purchase tickets. We will have seperate lines at the varsity football games. This will allow quick passage after having your ETIX scanned. 

Winter Sports Begin Monday, November 8th
  • Got your physical turned in? 
  • Completed Athletic Registration
  • Submitted Vaccination Record or Exemptions? See below for more info..
  • Check Tryout Schedule below.. 
FCPS Student-Athletes Vaccine Requirement

FCPS’ requirement for student-athletes to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or participate in weekly COVID-19 testing begins with the onset of the winter sports season. We will begin screening testing for student-athletes who are not fully vaccinated the week of November 15, not November 1 as previously planned.

Many student-athletes are currently in the middle of their two-dose cycle and additional time for testing to begin will allow those students to complete their vaccinations. Students are eligible to try out for their sport if they have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The adjustment will allow FCPS and its contractors time to ensure all components, including the portals are up and running and staff are fully trained.

In order to streamline the process for families who have to register multiple students, we’ve moved the start date for all student screening testing. We will share information about how to preregister and provide consent for COVID-19 testing through a secure online portal shortly.

For more details about FCPS COVID-19 screening testing, visit our website. Please contact [SCHOOL] for more information about how student-athlete screening testing will be conducted.

 

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. 

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

Girls Tennis Coach

Justice High School is in search of a head varsity and an assistant girls tennis coach. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

The Wolfpack Theatre at Justice High School proudly presents The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie.

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim? Can you solve the mystery before another “mouse” goes SNAP? Join us at The WP Theatre to find out what happens next! 

There will be four performances of  The Mousetrap:           

Thursday, November 11 at 7 PM

Friday, November 12th at 7 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 2 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 7 PM

Tickets will be available as of October 25th for advance purchase on the Wolfpack Theatre website.  Please use this QR code to reach our website or visit https://wolfpacktheatre.org/

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Steve Primrose for his service to the community as our President over the past 4 years!

The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Vice President - .In the absence of the president shall perform all the duties of the president. Serve as executive assistant to the president and carry out those duties assigned by the president. 

Secretary - Certify and keep the original, or a copy of these bylaws; keep a record of the minutes of all meetings related to Boosters.

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

  Volunteer Committees
  1. Fundraising Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing ways and means of raising funds to carry out the goals of the Boosters (can be broken out to events and sponsorships)
  2. Membership Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods to increase membership in the Boosters. The committee shall promote the attendance of members at meetings
  3. Concessions Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of concession stand operations including volunteers, supplies, new products, and cleanup
  4. Special Events for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for special events (i.e. Harlem Wizards Event, Wolves Classic, etc)
  5. Promotions, Media, and Public Relations Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for publications (or web site) of the organization
  6. Budget Committee for the purpose of developing and overseeing the fiscal year budget

WE NEED YOU!!!

Interested in joining our team as an officer or volunteer... Click Here!

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!!!!

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers this past Thursday. Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run. Here is a little data/info to show how important this is for our athletes!

Pre Covid - Fall of 2019

  • Concession Stand Sales were $21,307.75 in the fall 2019 season. Just the fall! 
  • Varsity Football Game Concession Stand Sales averaged $2503.00 in sales PER GAME
  • All net profits of each event go to SUPPORT EVERY TEAM, not just the teams with concession stands at their events
  • "It takes a village" to support an athletic program - PLEASE SIGN UP

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

 

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Justice Rowing Fundraiser

The Justice Rowing Team’s Wreath, Poinsettias and Coffee order season is open, October 1st – October 30th.

 

The safety of our rowers, volunteers and community is a top priority. To do our part our rowers will not be participating in our traditional door-to-door fundraising campaign again this year. We will offering contactless options for ordering and delivery.

Contactless pickup for local orders are scheduled for Saturday December 4th. Shipped products will arrive by December 9th. Your support makes all the difference!

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice High School - October 29th

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Friday Night Lights!!

The rain will clear out and gates will open at 6:15pm!

Reminders:

-  All tickets are $5.00 - see below

-  No backpacks and all bags are subject to search

-  All Signs are prohibited

-  No outside food/drinks allowed in the stadium

-  During the game and following the game... no spectators are allowed on the      track or field. 

-  After our win.. our team will come over to stands to celebrate with the Hype       Squad!

- We are encouraging everyone to arrive early to avoid big lines

- Back lot is reserved for Pack Pass holders and VIPs ONLY. 

Tickets

Credit Card Sales will be available for purchase for tonight’s home football game vs. Annandale at the FRONT GATE ONLY. Pre-Purchased tickets through our ETIX website can be scanned at BOTH the front or back gates. If you would like to pre-purchase to avoid lines and standing in the rain -  click link below!

JUSTICE ATHLETICS - ETIX

Gates open at 6:15pm LET’S GO WOLVES!!!

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Justice HS Activities - October 25th, 2021

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Congratulations - Justice Field Hockey!!!!

Justice Field Hockey did it again!! They are 2021 National District Champions! This is their second consecutive title. Last year, they won the team's first title since 1984. They will advance to the Occoquan Regional Championship Tournament as a #1 seed. The Wolves will host Lake Braddock in a 1st round game on Tuesday, October 26th at 7pm. Let's pack the place to show our support for all their hard work an accomplishment!

Justice Volleyball

Justice Volleyball has secured the #1 seed in the National District Tournament. They will begin play TONIGHT at Justice. See schedule below! Tickets are $5 for students, and $7 for general admission. 

Athletic Events this Week!

Monday, 10/25 

1st Round Volleyball – Justice vs. Mt. Vernon @ Justice – 7:30pm  

Tuesday, 10/26

1st Round Regional FH – Justice vs. Lake Braddock @ Justice – 7pm 

(TBD) 2nd Round Volleyball VB – Justice vs. TBD @ Justice – 7pm

Thursday, 10/28

District Cross Country @ Burke Lake – 12/12:30 

(TBD) District VB Finals @ Justice – 7pm

(TBD) 2nd Round Regional FH Tournament @ Justice – 7pm

Friday, 10/29 

Varsity Football @ HOME vs. Annandale – 7pm 

  E-Ticketing

E-Tickets will be available for the Volleyball Playoff games and for the next two HOME football games. You can pre-purchase at the below link, the day of the game...  ETIX PURCHASE

This is a great opportunity to pre--purchase tickets. We will have seperate lines at the varsity football games. This will allow quick passage after having your ETIX scanned. 

Winter Sports Begin Monday, November 8th
  • Got your physical turned in? 
  • Completed Athletic Registration
  • Submitted Vaccination Record or Exemptions? See below for more info..
  • Check Tryout Schedule below.. 
FCPS Student-Athletes Vaccine Requirement

Starting November 8, students who are 16 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a medical or religious exemption on file in order to participate in Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter and spring sports for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year.

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will also be required for participation in any other activity that requires a physical. This includes dance team and step team, as well as out-of-season practices and workouts. Unvaccinated students 12-15 years of age must provide a negative COVID-19 test weekly to participate in team activities. 

Justice High School is now accepting proof of vaccination or qualified exemptions for students.

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. 

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

Girls Tennis Coach

Justice High School is in search of a head varsity and an assistant girls tennis coach. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

The Wolfpack Theatre at Justice High School proudly presents The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie.

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim? Can you solve the mystery before another “mouse” goes SNAP? Join us at The WP Theatre to find out what happens next! 

There will be four performances of  The Mousetrap:           

Thursday, November 11 at 7 PM

Friday, November 12th at 7 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 2 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 7 PM

Tickets will be available as of October 25th for advance purchase on the Wolfpack Theatre website.  Please use this QR code to reach our website or visit https://wolfpacktheatre.org/

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Steve Primrose for his service to the community as our President over the past 4 years!

The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Vice President - .In the absence of the president shall perform all the duties of the president. Serve as executive assistant to the president and carry out those duties assigned by the president. 

Secretary - Certify and keep the original, or a copy of these bylaws; keep a record of the minutes of all meetings related to Boosters.

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

  Volunteer Committees
  1. Fundraising Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing ways and means of raising funds to carry out the goals of the Boosters (can be broken out to events and sponsorships)
  2. Membership Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods to increase membership in the Boosters. The committee shall promote the attendance of members at meetings
  3. Concessions Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of concession stand operations including volunteers, supplies, new products, and cleanup
  4. Special Events for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for special events (i.e. Harlem Wizards Event, Wolves Classic, etc)
  5. Promotions, Media, and Public Relations Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for publications (or web site) of the organization
  6. Budget Committee for the purpose of developing and overseeing the fiscal year budget

WE NEED YOU!!!

Interested in joining our team as an officer or volunteer... Click Here!

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!!!!

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers this past Thursday. Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run. Here is a little data/info to show how important this is for our athletes!

Pre Covid - Fall of 2019

  • Concession Stand Sales were $21,307.75 in the fall 2019 season. Just the fall! 
  • Varsity Football Game Concession Stand Sales averaged $2503.00 in sales PER GAME
  • All net profits of each event go to SUPPORT EVERY TEAM, not just the teams with concession stands at their events
  • "It takes a village" to support an athletic program - PLEASE SIGN UP

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

 

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Justice Rowing Fundraiser

The Justice Rowing Team’s Wreath, Poinsettias and Coffee order season is open, October 1st – October 30th.

 

The safety of our rowers, volunteers and community is a top priority. To do our part our rowers will not be participating in our traditional door-to-door fundraising campaign again this year. We will offering contactless options for ordering and delivery.

Contactless pickup for local orders are scheduled for Saturday December 4th. Shipped products will arrive by December 9th. Your support makes all the difference!

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - October 24, 2021

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Hello Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members:

Parenting is one of the most complex yet rewarding roles ever.  I returned back to Virginia this afternoon after taking a trip to Baton Rouge, LA to visit my middle daughter to see her perform with her college band (Southern University) during their homecoming.  It’s always gratifying to see your children thriving and doing what they love.  “At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the positive involvement of parents.” ~Jane D. Hull

 

This Friday marks the end of the first quarter of the 2021-2022 school year and is a 2-hour early release day.  It also marks the end of October, which means Halloween is near! This Thursday, October 28th will be a Halloween color out. Freshman wear black, sophomores wear green, juniors wear purple and seniors are orange. On Friday, October 29th, we invite students to dress up for Halloween on with their best pun, pop culture reference or ghoulish garb for a fun, festive send-off of the first quarter! The costume must be appropriate for school and masks may NOT cover eyes. Please ensure costumes do not impact safety and learning.

 

Students and families are encouraged to check SIS and Schoology to ensure all assignments have been turned in and any assessment retakes have been completed. Once again this year, we are using a rolling gradebook. This means that a student’s final grade is not an average of the grades from each quarter, but an average of all assignments completed throughout the year. Quarter grades provide a snapshot of the student’s progress and are not used to determine final grades. We encourage you to reach out to your student’s teachers if you have questions. Finally, November 1st and 2nd are teacher workdays, which means there will be no school for students.

 

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

703-824-3900 | https://justicehs.fcps.edu/

Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

9th – 12th Grade Class Meetings – POSTPONED:  The decision has been made to postpone the upcoming 9th -12th grade class meetings that were originally scheduled for Tuesday, October 26th and Wednesday, October 27th.  This decision was made based on the following factors:

  • Our field hockey and volleyball teams are doing extremely well and have advanced to the playoffs and this requires adaptability in planning and execution of events.
    • Due to our space limitations, we must remain flexible and postpone the previously planned class meetings as one of the intended presentation locations will be used for volleyball and parking for simultaneous events may pose a logistical challenge.
  • My original messaging was unclear and many parents were under the impression they would meet their child’s teachers and this would not be the case.
    • Although the purpose of the meetings were stated in the past two weekly newsletters; in hind sight, I admit I should have done a better job of advertising the event and thoroughly explaining its intended outcomes.
  • I would like to go back to the drawing board and convey with the Justice HS Instructional Council to plan a mid-second quarter or 2nd semester BTSN type event that includes parents meeting teachers, in addition to obtaining critical information from campus personnel to support your child’s academic and social/emotional needs for the 2021-2022 school year.

 

 

WorkKeys:  Business Writing and Reading (October 25-29): If your senior did not take the Reading and/or Writing SOL last year as a junior to earn two verified credits in English 11, then they will have an opportunity to take the substitute Business Writing and/or Reading exam(s) the week of Oct. 25-29 to earn those English verified credits.  All students scheduled to test have been notified.  If you have questions or concerns about this assessment, contact your student’s counselor or Ms. Terry at sdterry@fcps.edu.

 

 

Opt-In AP Exams: November 1 Deadline: Reminder the deadline for your student(s) to opt-in to take AP exams for college credit is November 1. The fee is $95 per exam.  Please make checks payable to Justice High School.  You may mail payment to the school or drop off in H135.  Please note:  If your student is currently enrolled in AP Statistics or online AP courses, then they do not need to opt-in to those exams.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Shelley Terry, AP Coordinator, at sdterry@fcps.edu.

 

Underclassmen Photos: All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will have their school pictures taken through their English classes on October 26th and 27th.   Students should come prepared that day for their pictures.  Information on different packages that may be purchased will be made available through students’ fourth period classes. 

 

Senior Portraits: Seniors will have another opportunity to have their school portraits taken during the week of November 29th through December 3rd.  Seniors will receive another email reminding them of the sign up process for a time slot on one of those days.   Students should check their email later this week for details.  This will be the same sign up process as before.  Pictures will be taken in the Little Theatre. 

 

Athletic Updates

  • Congratulations to our Varsity Cheer team who completed their competition season. They finished as the National District Champions and placed in the top half of the Occoquan Regional meet.

 

  • Congratulations to our Varsity Field Hockey team who won the National District Championship Friday night! Back to Back titles for this program after winning last year’s tournament for the first time since 1984. The girls will advance to the Occoquan Region tournament and host a 1st round game against Lake Braddock next Tuesday.

 

  • Congratulations to our Varsity Volleyball team who for the first time in school history finished the regular season with an undefeated district record. They are the #1 seed going into next week’s National District Tournament. They will host a 1st round game on Monday against Mt. Vernon.

 

  • VACCINATION REMINDER (Sent via News You Choose on 10/21)

 

Justice High School Families,

 

Starting November 8, students who are 16 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a medical or religious exemption on file in order to participate in Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter and spring sports for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year.

 

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will also be required for participation in any other activity that requires a physical. This includes dance team and step team, as well as out-of-season practices and workouts. Unvaccinated students 12-15 years of age must provide a negative COVID-19 test weekly to participate in team activities. 

 

Justice High School is now accepting proof of vaccination or qualified exemptions for students.

 

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

 

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

 

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

 

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. Testing will begin the week of November 1st.

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

 

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

 

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

 

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

 

 

Welcome Kimberly Figueroa – School Counselor!

Kimberly Figueroa is joining the Justice Family as the School Counselor for Grades 9-11 with the last names of Moran-Q. Kimberly is a military spouse who was recently stationed in Georgia but is now stationed in Northern Virginia. She has two children who are enrolled at FCPS schools. She has a Master’s of Science in School Counseling with a specialty in Play Therapy. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Counseling Education & Supervision. We are very excited to have her join us!

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to the Choirs of Justice HS for performing a fantastic Fall Concert on October 7th! If you were unable to join us, you can watch the videos here. Hope to see you at our next concert on Wednesday, December 2nd.  Mark your calendars!

 

Senior, Fay Khateeb from Justice High and Saige Stinson from South County High interviewed with Fox 5 DC to talk about our 2021-2022 homecoming preparation and celebrations.

https://www.fox5dc.com/video/992418

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Youth Night at Justice High School

Justice High School will be hosting our annual “Youth Night” for our Justice Pyramid at our Home Varsity Football Game on Friday October 29th @ 7:00 PM. All staff, families, and students are invited from our feeder schools! We are looking forward to an awesome night with our community.

  

 

The Wolfpack Theatre at Justice High School proudly presents The Mousetrap, by Agatha Christie.

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst! One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim? Can you solve the mystery before another “mouse” goes SNAP? Join us at The WP Theatre to find out what happens next! 

There will be four performances of  The Mousetrap:           

            Thursday, November 11 at 7 PM

Friday, November 12th at 7 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 2 PM

Saturday, November 13th at 7 PM

 

Tickets will be available as of October 25th for advance purchase on the Wolfpack Theatre website.  Please use this QR code to reach our website or visit https://wolfpacktheatre.org/

* This is a murder mystery intended for mature audiences. All audience members will be required to wear masks during the performance and adhere to COVID-19 protocols.

* The Mousetrap is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc ~ www.concordtheatricals.com

 

 

 

 

NoVa District PTA Presents

Emotionally Naked Truth About Suicide Monday, November 15th at 7:00 PM

Online & Free

Pre-register here

Based on the book, Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk, this presentation will empower parents, educators and the community to reduce this threat to life. Attendees will learn the cryptic and often veiled ways youth cry for help, how to respond and what to do. Speaker and Advocate Anne Moss Rogers will offer suggestions and resources to help people recognize what's normal teen angst versus what might be a warning sign as well as tips to help teens develop coping skills during and after the pandemic. The conversation will include topics on substance misuse, mental health, suicide prevention in teens/young adults including insight into those times when young people are more vulnerable. Learning outcomes: • Real life signs of suicide in youth and what to say/do • Lesser-known periods when adolescents are more vulnerable • How to build relationships that help adolescents develop resilience Audience: Parents, educators, educational leaders, policy makers, coaches, advocates, community members. Questions? Contact Jenna White vp.communications@fccpta.org

 

 

Driver Education - Partners for Safe Teen Driving (PSTD)

The state of Virginia requires students and their parents or legal guardian to attend ONE session of Partners for Safe Teen Driving in order to receive their Pink Card (DEC-8).

  • All 10th, 11th, 12th grade students are invited. The PSTD presentations will be virtual ZOOM sessions from 6:30 to 8:00 PM on the following dates: Wednesday Sept 29th, 2021, Wednesday November 17th, 2021, Wednesday January 12th, 2022, Wednesday March 16th, 2022, Wednesday May 11th, 2022.
  • For current 10th grade students, all session LINKS, additional information, & instructions will be posted on your teacher’s SCHOOLOGY page.
  • If you are a current 11th or 12th grade Justice HS student seeking to attend a PSTD session, please register by completing the Google Form using your @fcpsschools.net GMAIL Account. PSTD REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/PSTDJusticeDriverEd2122

Please email Greg Weisbecker at gpweisbecker@fcps.edu with any questions.

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

Friday, October 29th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Monday, November 1 & Tuesday, November 2nd

  • Teacher Workdays (no school for students)

 

Thursday, November 11th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th

  • Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

 

 

HELPFUL RESOURCES

SIS ParentVue Account

Parents and Guardians: Please follow this link for information on how to obtain and access a SIS ParentVue account.  This account will enable you to see your student’s grade and attendance information in SIS as well as access your child’s Schoology page.

 

Digital Resource Consent

At Justice High School, our teachers will use a variety of powerful digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. Without consent, teachers will need to plan additional lessons or deviate from a useful application altogether. You can find our school’s list of the resources here: https://justicehs.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Please follow this link to indicate whether or not your student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval.

 

Justice HS Activities - October 18th, 2021

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Congratulations - Justice Cheerleading!!!!

Our Justice Cheerleaders brought home their first National District Championship Banner in 16 years! The team outscored 7 other district schools to take home the title. Congratulations to the team and to our coaches. They have worked so hard to accomplish this goal, while always serving as ambassadors for our school and in their role as a sideline team at football games. The team will compete this Wednesday at 7pm at South County High School in the Occoquan Region Semifinals. Get out and support. Go Wolves!

Football brings back the Bell!

Wining their third straight game over Falls Church, the Varsity Football team has returned the Bell back to natural habitat... the Justice High School trophy case. The overall record now stands at 36-25-1. Well done team!!

Marching Band wins 1st Place!

Congratulations to our Marching Wolves on their 1st place finish this past weekends at Freedom High School! 

Field Hockey secures #1 seed!

The field hockey team completed their regular season last Thursday with a victory over Mt. Vernon. The Wolves finished with an overall record of 15-1 and undefeated district record of 7-0. They will be the #1 seed in the National District Tournament which startes tonight at HOME. Game is at 7pm and tickets are $7, $5 for students. 

Athletic Events this Week!

Monday, October 18, 2021
7:00pm Field Hockey: District Quarterfinals vs. Lewis HS

Tuesday, October 19, 2021
5:00pm Volleyball: Girls Freshman @ Thomas Jefferson
6:00pm Volleyball: Girls JV Game @ Thomas Jefferson
7:15pm Volleyball: Girls Varsity @ Thomas Jefferson

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
4:30PM Cross Country: JV Jamboree @ Burke Lake Park
7:00pm Cheerleading: Region Semifinals @ South County
7:00pm Field Hockey: District Semifinals - TBD

Thursday, October 21, 2021
5:00pm Volleyball: Girls Freshman vs. Mt. Vernon
5:30pm Football: Freshman vs. Washington Liberty
6:00pm Volleyball: Girls JV vs. Mt. Vernon
7:00pm Football: JV vs. Washington Liberty
7:15pm Volleyball: Girls Varsity vs. Mt. Vernon

Friday, October 22, 2021
TBD Field Hockey: District Finals - TBD
7:00pm Football: Varsity @ Washington-Liberty  ( Online Tickets

FCPS Student-Athletes Vaccine Requirement

Starting November 8, students who are 16 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a medical or religious exemption on file in order to participate in Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter and spring sports for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year.

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will also be required for participation in any other activity that requires a physical. This includes dance team and step team, as well as out-of-season practices and workouts. Unvaccinated students 12-15 years of age must provide a negative COVID-19 test weekly to participate in team activities. 

Justice High School is now accepting proof of vaccination or qualified exemptions for students.

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. 

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

Girls Tennis Coach

Justice High School is in search of a head varsity and an assistant girls tennis coach. Please email Brian Garvey bdgarvey@fcps.edu for more information. Please feel free to share information with anyone you may know. Thank you!

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Steve Primrose for his service to the community as our President over the past 4 years!

The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Vice President - .In the absence of the president shall perform all the duties of the president. Serve as executive assistant to the president and carry out those duties assigned by the president. 

Secretary - Certify and keep the original, or a copy of these bylaws; keep a record of the minutes of all meetings related to Boosters.

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

  Volunteer Committees
  1. Fundraising Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing ways and means of raising funds to carry out the goals of the Boosters (can be broken out to events and sponsorships)
  2. Membership Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods to increase membership in the Boosters. The committee shall promote the attendance of members at meetings
  3. Concessions Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of concession stand operations including volunteers, supplies, new products, and cleanup
  4. Special Events for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for special events (i.e. Harlem Wizards Event, Wolves Classic, etc)
  5. Promotions, Media, and Public Relations Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for publications (or web site) of the organization
  6. Budget Committee for the purpose of developing and overseeing the fiscal year budget

WE NEED YOU!!!

Interested in joining our team as an officer or volunteer... Click Here!

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!!!!

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers this past Thursday. Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run. Here is a little data/info to show how important this is for our athletes!

Pre Covid - Fall of 2019

  • Concession Stand Sales were $21,307.75 in the fall 2019 season. Just the fall! 
  • Varsity Football Game Concession Stand Sales averaged $2503.00 in sales PER GAME
  • All net profits of each event go to SUPPORT EVERY TEAM, not just the teams with concession stands at their events
  • "It takes a village" to support an athletic program - PLEASE SIGN UP

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

 

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Electronic Ticketing!! 

It's expanding!! We have spent the past few months piloting ETix through our volleyball events. We  are now going to offer ETix at our next two HOME Varsity Football Games.

Upcoming Events - ETIX

10/21 - Varsity Volleyball  vs. Mt. Vernon

10/29 - Varsity Football vs. Annandale (Available 10/25)

11/5 - Varsity Football vs. Lewis (Available 11/1)

Click here to purchase: https://www.etix.com/ticket/v/18670 


This is a great opportunity to pre--purchase tickets. We will have seperate lines at the varsity football games. This allow quick passage after having your ETIX scanned. 

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Justice Rowing Fundraiser

The Justice Rowing Team’s Wreath, Poinsettias and Coffee order season is open, October 1st – October 30th.

 

The safety of our rowers, volunteers and community is a top priority. To do our part our rowers will not be participating in our traditional door-to-door fundraising campaign again this year. We will offering contactless options for ordering and delivery.

Contactless pickup for local orders are scheduled for Saturday December 4th. Shipped products will arrive by December 9th. Your support makes all the difference!

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

3301 Peace Valley Lane, Falls Church, VA 22044 | Main Office: 703.824.3900
Attendance: 703.824.3920 | Web 

Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - October 17, 2021

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October 17, 2021

 

Hello Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members: 

We have had a weekend full of school spirit, Justice pride, and winning! On Friday night our football team secured the win at the annual Bell Game against our rival, Falls Church HS; on Saturday our cheer team won the National District Cheer Championship for the first time in 16 years; and also on Saturday our marching band earned the 1st place spot in their band competition.  I must say, this was an awesome way to end the work week and begin another fabulous week of teaching and learning!

 

Throughout the week, we’ve had meetings and discussions with our staff to tackle the growing concerns listed below:

  • Students skipping and/or roaming halls during class time
  • Adding additional tardy sweeps to the day
  • Classroom cell phone policy

In an effort to keep you informed, I will begin to communicate our efforts surrounding these and other matters and update you as we continue to create effective and sustainable systems at Justice High School.

 

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

703-824-3900 | https://justicehs.fcps.edu/

Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener - October 18th: On October 18th, we will administer our first Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener during our Advisory period.  Justice’s Student Support Team will use the screener to identify strengths and needs for our students related to SEL skills. SEL skills include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. The screener will review these skills, as well as students’ relationships, feelings of belonging, feelings about their school environment, and mood. 

Learn more about the screener and review the questions here. To opt your student out of participating in the screener, please complete the opt-out form found here and return to your student's W4 teacher by October 8.

 

Impact Aid: FCPS uses the Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid to identify federally connected students and to support our request for Impact Aid resources. On October 20, the survey will be distributed to all Justice HS students during advisory. For each school-aged child in your household, please complete, sign, date, and return the survey by November 5. If sections 1 and 2 of the survey do not apply to you, just check the boxes in Section 3. FCPS staff will process the information with the utmost confidentiality. To ensure complete accuracy, please use the pre-filled survey form that is sent home with your child. If it is not available, please contact Candace Hyman at 703-824-3985. For questions regarding the Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid, please call 703-329-7750 or email ImpactAid@fcps.edu. Additional information about Impact Aid programs and grants is available on the U.S. Department of Education's website at DoED Impact Aid Programs.

 

ACT Testing: Justice High School will host the ACT exam on October 23.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Shelley Terry, ACT Supervisor, at sdterry@fcps.edu.  

 

Opt-In AP Exams: Reminder the deadline for your student(s) to opt-in to take AP exams for college credit is November 1. The fee is $95 per exam.  Please make checks payable to Justice High School.  You may mail payment to the school or drop off in H135.  Please note:  If your student is currently enrolled in AP Statistics or online AP courses, then they do not need to opt-in to those exams.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Shelley Terry, AP Coordinator, at sdterry@fcps.edu.

 

Underclassmen Photos: All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will have their school pictures taken through their English classes on October 26th and 27th.   Students should come prepared that day for their pictures.  Information on different packages that may be purchased will be made available through students’ fourth period classes. 

 

Senior Portraits: Seniors will have another opportunity to have their school portraits taken during the week of November 29th through December 3rd.  Seniors will receive another email reminding them of the sign up process for a time slot on one of those days.   Students should check their email later this week for details.  This will be the same sign up process as before.  Pictures will be taken in the Little Theatre. 

 

Class Meetings: We will host in-person class meetings October 26th and October 27th for parents and students to receive important information from SGA, Class Sponsors, Student Services, Technology, and PTSA.  More information will be shared in the coming days.

Tuesday, October 26th  | 6:00 PM

  • Senior Class Meeting for Parents/Students
  • Freshman Class Meeting for Parents/Students

 

Wednesday, October 27th  | 6:00 PM

  • Junior Class Meeting for Parents/Students
  • Sophomore Class Meeting for Parents/Students

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to Rashawn Luckman, Jamila Alarcon, and Candace Hyman for being selected as the FCPS CARES of the Month recipients for July/August!

https://www.fcps.edu/blog/fcps-cares-julyaugust-2021

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Driver Education - Partners for Safe Teen Driving (PSTD)

The state of Virginia requires students and their parents or legal guardian to attend ONE session of Partners for Safe Teen Driving in order to receive their Pink Card (DEC-8).

  • All 10th, 11th, 12th grade students are invited. The PSTD presentations will be virtual ZOOM sessions from 6:30 to 8:00 PM on the following dates: Wednesday Sept 29th, 2021, Wednesday November 17th, 2021, Wednesday January 12th, 2022, Wednesday March 16th, 2022, Wednesday May 11th, 2022.
  • For current 10th grade students, all session LINKS, additional information, & instructions will be posted on your teacher’s SCHOOLOGY page.
  • If you are a current 11th or 12th grade Justice HS student seeking to attend a PSTD session, please register by completing the Google Form using your @fcpsschools.net GMAIL Account. PSTD REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/PSTDJusticeDriverEd2122

Please email Greg Weisbecker at gpweisbecker@fcps.edu with any questions.

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

 

Monday, October 18th

  • Social and Emotional Learning Screener for Students

 

Tuesday, October 26th  

  • Senior Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM
  • Freshman Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM

 

Wednesday, October 27th  

  • Junior Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM
  • Sophomore Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM

 

Friday, October 29th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Monday, November 1 & Tuesday, November 2nd

  • Teacher Workdays (no school for students)

 

Thursday, November 11th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th

  • Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

 

HELPFUL RESOURCES

SIS ParentVue Account

Parents and Guardians: Please follow this link for information on how to obtain and access a SIS ParentVue account.  This account will enable you to see your student’s grade and attendance information in SIS as well as access your child’s Schoology page.

 

Digital Resource Consent

At Justice High School, our teachers will use a variety of powerful digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. Without consent, teachers will need to plan additional lessons or deviate from a useful application altogether. You can find our school’s list of the resources here: https://justicehs.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Please follow this link to indicate whether or not your student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval.

 

Justice High School - October 15th

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Bell Game Friday!!

Attending tonight's Bell Game? See below for some important information... 

- Gates will open at 6pm - All tickets are $5.00 

- No backpacks and all bags are subject to search

-  All Signs are prohibited

-  No outside food/drinks allowed in the stadium

-  During the game and following the game... no spectators are allowed on the      track or field. 

-  After our win.. our team will come over to stands to celebrate with the Hype       Squad!

- We are encouraging everyone to arrive early to avoid big lines

- PRE-PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS ONLINE BELOW

https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/2293046/football-vsjustice-bell-game-alexandria-falls-church-high-school-athletics

THE STORY BEHIND THE BELL GAME

Written by former teacher - Barbara Glakas

In the late 1950’s, Mr. W. Leon Mason was an assistant principal at Falls Church High School  (FCHS).  When J.E.B. Stuart High School opened in 1959, Mr. Mason was selected as principal for Stuart.  Jerry Fauls, an assistant football coach at FCHS, also came to Stuart with Mr. Mason and became the head football coach at Stuart.  Stuart’s original student body was drawn mostly from FCHS and some from Annandale High School. 

During that time period, a large percentage of the original Stuart faculty members were former or retired military personnel.  It is thought that either Capt. Rice (a former naval captain and a math teacher on the original faculty), or Col. Lander (Stuart’s first Guidance Director), obtained the bell and brought it to Stuart.  Supposedly, the bell came off of a ship, the U.S.S. JEB Stuart, but it is unclear how either man may have obtained the bell. A picture of the ship is located in the school library. The ship was originally a LASH vessel (an acronym for Lighter Aboard Ship), which was a barge-carrying ship.  The ship also spent a short period of time in the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command. 

Legend has it that the wood on the walls of the original school lobby came from the U.S.S. JEB Stuart. Some documentation indicates the U.S.S. JEB Stuart may not have been launched until 1969, which is in conflict with the Bell Game tradition, which began in 1960.  One explanation for this discrepancy could be that the original ship may have been initially commissioned under another name or may have been left in dry dock and then later re-launched in 1969 under the name J.E.B. Stuart. 

The wood frame, which holds the bell, was built by one of the original shop teachers at Stuart, Jim Argentine. Attached to the frame are metal plates.  Inscribed on these plates is the name of the school that won each Bell Game for each year that the games were played.  

Since many of the original Stuart students were former FCHS students, Mr. Mason decided to use the bell to initiate a friendly rivalry and to promote good sportsmanship between Stuart and Falls Church, thus starting the Bell Game tradition.  The last Stuart vs. Falls Church football game of each season is considered the Bell Game.  Whichever school wins the game gets to keep the bell.  At the end of the Bell Game, the principals of both schools meet in the middle of the football field, exchange handshakes, and pass the bell to the principal of the winning team.  The bell is kept at the winning school for the remainder of the year, until the next Bell Game the following year.  

* (Information in this story was obtained through oral history from the following former staff members: Stuart Singer- Math teacher and coach; Dave Roylance - IB Coordinator, English teacher and coach; Roy Ferri –  Math teacher and football coach; Ron Wilson – Special Education teacher and coach; Bob Robyak – Class of 1961 and former Stuart football player; John Morris – former FCHS Assistant Athletic Director).  

In 2018 Stuart High School was renamed Justice High school. As of 2021, Justice High School holds a 35-25-1 series lead!

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Justice HS Activities - October 11th, 2021

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HoCo Report!

2021 Homecoming week is in the books! what a great week we had. This was one of the best homecoming weeks we have experienced. The students were ready to compete and celebrate for sure... highlights below!

  • Varsity Volleyball and Field Hockey both won two events and reman undefeated in the district!!
  • Students participated all week in spirit days and the participation was higher than ever. 
  • The 9th, 10th and 11th graders took on our Seniors in a friendly Flag Football game with the Seniors bringing home the victory... 30-6!
  • Our marching band and our cheerleaders performed wonderfully at the Pep Rally and halftime of the football game.
  • We held our first Pep Rally in 2 years and the spirit was higher than ever!
  • Our varsity football team brought home a homecoming win over new district foe, Hayfield... 40-27!
  • We crowned our homecoming court by grade level and the Seniors won the coveted Spirit Stick!

Special thanks to Ms. Buffenbarger, our SGA, and all the teacher/staff volunteers who took the above and beyond time to make it such a special week for our students!! #WolfPride

Athletic Events this Week!

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
6:00pm Cheerleading: District Championship Semifinals @ Hayfield
5:00pm Volleyball: Freshman vs. Annandale
6:00pm Volleyball: JV vs. Annandale
6:15pm Field Hockey: JV vs. Thomas Jefferson
7:15pm Volleyball: Varsity vs. Annandale
7:30pm Field Hockey: Varsity vs. Thomas Jefferson - SENIOR NIGHT!!

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
5:00pm Cross Country: Varsity District Meet @ MDP - SENIOR NIGHT!

Thursday, October 14, 2021
5:00pm Volleyball: Freshman vs. Falls Church
5:30pm Football: Freshman vs. Falls Church
6:00pm Volleyball: JV vs. Falls Church
6:15pm Field Hockey: JV @ Mount Vernon
7:00pm Football: JV vs. Falls Church
7:15pm Volleyball: Varsity vs. Falls Church
7:30pm Field Hockey: Varsity @ Mount Vernon

Friday, October 15, 2021
7:00pm Football: Varsity @ Falls Church - Pre-Purchase Etix Link

Saturday, October 16, 2021
12:00pm Cheerleading: District Championship Finals @ Hayfield High School

Bell Game!

This week, the Varsity Football teams from Falls Church and Justice will meet for the 62nd time for the annual Bell Game... a tradition started in 1960. Justice leads the series 35-25-1. The wolves look to retain the Bell for the 3rd year in a row. 

This years game will be held at Falls Church High School on Friday, October 15th at 7pm. The crowd is expected to be very large... for the first time ever, tickets can be pre-purchased online... anytime before game time by clicking here!

FCPS Student-Athletes Vaccine Requirement

Starting November 8, students who are 16 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a medical or religious exemption on file in order to participate in Virginia High School League (VHSL) winter and spring sports for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year.

Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will also be required for participation in any other activity that requires a physical. This includes dance team and step team, as well as out-of-season practices and workouts. Unvaccinated students 12-15 years of age must provide a negative COVID-19 test weekly to participate in team activities. 

Justice High School is now accepting proof of vaccination or qualified exemptions for students.

Proof of vaccination is provided by sending a copy of the student’s vaccination card to our head athletic trainer. Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu . Copies can also be dropped off in the activities offices.

Medical exemptions must be submitted through a letter from the student’s doctor, on the doctor’s office letterhead, stating the student has a medical condition that prevents them from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to documented health or medical reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Religious exemptions must be submitted using the Commonwealth of Virginia Certificate of Religious Exemption form and must be notarized. Students who are not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious reasons will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 test every week. To provide documentation of a medical exemption please send to Korey Berg at kbberg@fcps.edu or drop off in the activities office.

Proof of vaccination or exemption must be submitted by November 1, 2021. 

Weekly testing will be required for unvaccinated students 12-15 and those who qualify for medical or religious exemptions. The test will need to be either a rapid test or a PCR test. Home testing using over-the-counter testing products will not be accepted.

For more information about the vaccination requirement for student-athletes, visit the FCPS website.

If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me at bdgarvey@fcps.edu or at 703-824-3960.

We are looking forward to a great winter and spring sports season. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement of all students participating in sports and activities.  

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL VACCINATION RECORDS AND ANY EXEMPTION PAPERWORK TO KBBERG@FCPS.EDU . They can also be dropped off in the activities office.

Justice Athletic Booster Positions Still Needed

The Justice Athletic Boosters met this past week and voted in two new board members. Big thank you to Steve Primrose for his service to the community as our President over the past 4 years!

The Board is still seeking the following positions:

Vice President - .In the absence of the president shall perform all the duties of the president. Serve as executive assistant to the president and carry out those duties assigned by the president. 

Secretary - Certify and keep the original, or a copy of these bylaws; keep a record of the minutes of all meetings related to Boosters.

Treasurer - Be responsible for, all funds and securities of the organization in such federally insured banks, trust companies, or other depositories; receive, and give receipt for, monies due and payable to the organization from any source; exhibit, at all reasonable times, the books of account and financial records; and provide an account of any or all transactions performed as treasurer and of the financial condition of the organization, among other duties.

  Volunteer Committees
  1. Fundraising Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing ways and means of raising funds to carry out the goals of the Boosters (can be broken out to events and sponsorships)
  2. Membership Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods to increase membership in the Boosters. The committee shall promote the attendance of members at meetings
  3. Concessions Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of concession stand operations including volunteers, supplies, new products, and cleanup
  4. Special Events for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for special events (i.e. Harlem Wizards Event, Wolves Classic, etc)
  5. Promotions, Media, and Public Relations Committee for the purpose of devising and implementing methods of operations for publications (or web site) of the organization
  6. Budget Committee for the purpose of developing and overseeing the fiscal year budget

WE NEED YOU!!!

Interested in joining our team as an officer or volunteer... Click Here!

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!!!!

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers this past Thursday. Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run. Here is a little data/info to show how important this is for our athletes!

Pre Covid - Fall of 2019

  • Concession Stand Sales were $21,307.75 in the fall 2019 season. Just the fall! 
  • Varsity Football Game Concession Stand Sales averaged $2503.00 in sales PER GAME
  • All net profits of each event go to SUPPORT EVERY TEAM, not just the teams with concession stands at their events
  • "It takes a village" to support an athletic program - PLEASE SIGN UP

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

 

PACK PASSES ON SALE NOW

What's a Pack Pass? - It's a pass that you pay a one time fee to have. The pass allows you entry into every HOME (regular season) event held at Justice.... Yes, it includes all home varsity football games. Every game for one price. No waiting in lines... No worrying about having $5 on you every time you want to come see your friends or family play. 

Without a Pack Pass - Starting in 2021 - All regular season events will cost $5 per entry for all adults and students. This is for all games held on campus. There is no student prices for regular admission. 

PACK PASSES have never been cheaper!!! Prices lowered in 2021.

$30 - Student Pack Pass (K-12)

$60 - Adult Pack Pass 

BUY A PASS - CLICK HERE

*Passes are Non Transferable and only good for the person who's name appears on the pass

*Passes are not accepted at AWAY games

*Passes are not accepted for district, region and state playoff games

Electronic Ticketing!! 

We are super excited to announce that we are piloting the ETIX program this fall. This will allow for credit and cash purchases at the ticket table, as well as pre-purchasing options anytime the day of the event. The ETIX program will ONLY be at Justice Volleyball HOME games this fall. Their may be some other schools in the county/national district that are piloting ETIX as well, but not guaranteed.

Couple of Notes:

  • Please work with us as we learn and master the ETIX program
  • Consider coming a few minutes earlier to games as usual as we work through the kinks
  • Bring cash as a back-up

VOLLEYBALL TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ONLINE - DAY OF EVENT

Click here to purchase: https://www.etix.com/ticket/v/18670 

Lanyards For Sale

The cheerleaders are selling red Justice Wolves lanyards for $5.00.   Purchase your lanyard today.   Contact Debbie O'Rourke at dworourke@fcps.edu or ask a cheerleader.   Thank you for your support!!. 

Justice Rowing Fundraiser

The Justice Rowing Team’s Wreath, Poinsettias and Coffee order season is open, October 1st – October 30th.

 

The safety of our rowers, volunteers and community is a top priority. To do our part our rowers will not be participating in our traditional door-to-door fundraising campaign again this year. We will offering contactless options for ordering and delivery.

Contactless pickup for local orders are scheduled for Saturday December 4th. Shipped products will arrive by December 9th. Your support makes all the difference!

Chipotle Fundraiser!

GET YOUR GUAC ON! Join us in supporting the Justice Rowers at our Chipotle Fundraiser on September 28 from 4:00-8:00 PM. Use promo code 9FG6VEC for online orders; tell the cashier you're with us! Show the flyer to benefit Justice Rowing -- https://bit.ly/2XyYdKb.  Thank you!

 How do I access a Physical form and other     necessary forms for tryouts?

If you plan to get your physical taken care of on your own at your doctors or at another facility, please make sure that you use the NEW VHSL PHYSICAL FORM . All other forms will not be accepted. 

 How Do in Turn In My Physical?

  • Send or drop off your physical to the main office to the Attention of: Athletic Department. 
  • Scan & email your completed physical form to Mr. Berg (pdf format preferred) by clicking here
  • Bring to Out of Season Workout and hand deliver to Activities Office, Mr. Berg or Ms. Tomlinson.

We will not be offering sports physicals at Justice HS again until the spring of 2022. 

You can also go to your regular doctor or any walk-in clinic. Just make sure you provide them with the correct VHSL form. 

https://www.vhsl.org/vhsl-physical-form/

If you choose to get the physical done at one of the FCPS schools, you can register for an appointment here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRZewAVnQf8WoWHCZiaujn99bAmTyoIcj-AamV_xyuj8if1A/viewform

Interested in a Winter or Spring Sport? Connect with our coaches now - Click Here!

WINTER TEAM INTEREST FORM

SPRING TEAM INTEREST FORM

JUSTICE SPIRIT STORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay Informed! Social Media

Twitter - @justice_sports

Instagram - @justice_wolves

  Website

https://www.justicehssports.com/

  Google Classroom

Sports - Code: kmwdvf

Clubs - Code: 5afubf2

VHSL - District & Region Changes for 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 School Year Alignment Cycle.

National District
Annandale
Falls Church
Hayfield
Justice
Mount Vernon
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson

Occoquan Region 6C
Annandale
Fairfax
Falls Church
Hayfield
James Robinson
John R. Lewis (RE Lee)
Justice
Lake Braddock
Mount Vernon
South County
T.C. Williams
Thomas Edison
Thomas Jefferson
W.T. Woodson
West Potomac
West Springfield

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Justice Junction - Community News & Updates - October 11, 2021

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Hello Justice HS Students, Families, and Community Members: 

 

Homecoming week was hands down AMAZING!!  The high energy and undeniable spirit of the school community shined throughout the entire week and I couldn’t be prouder.  I’d like to give a special shout-out and thanks to Mrs. Buffenbarger and the SGA leadership students for the planning, preparation, and execution of a well-organized week of events.  Congratulations to our varsity football team for the homecoming victory over Hayfield. And last, but certainly not least, many thanks to the countless volunteers who supported our efforts and assisted in a variety of roles all week long.  The week was closed out with our homecoming dance on Saturday night, which was overwhelmingly successful, and we couldn’t have pulled it off without everyone’s support.

Today, October 11th is also Indigenous People's Day, which was first proposed during a United Nations conference in 1977 when members of the community reported facing discrimination. It was instituted in Berkeley, California in 1992 and has continue to grow in popularity over the years. The diversity and inclusion in our school community is such a beautiful thing for our students, parents, and staff! 

Wednesday, October 13th, is PSAT/SAT Day and a two hour early release. Students in grade 9 or Seniors who did not sign up to take the SAT will have an asynchronous day. They should use this time to work on any outstanding assignments. See detailed information below.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Tiffany I. Narcisse, Principal

Justice High School

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Empower our school, embrace our community, and educate to build positive futures as global citizens together.

 

 

PSAT/SAT SCHOOL DAY: Reminder PSAT/SAT School Day is Wednesday, October 13.  Your student(s) received their testing location via Schoology.  Additionally, please remember, we will distribute calculators to the 11th graders since the test counts towards National Merit.  Detailed information about test day logistics can be found in the “Student Information” PowerPoint shared with students via Schoology.  Lastly, please do not forget it is an ASYNCHONROUS DAY for all 9th graders and 12th graders who did not opt in SAT School Day.  A list of asynchronous activities can be found on Slides 5 and 6 of the attached PPT.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Shelley Terry, Coordinator at sdterry@fcps.edu

 

Justice High School New Addition Community Meeting: FCPS will host a community meeting to discuss the proposed Justice High School addition. The next meeting is Tuesday, October 12th at 7:00 PM. Information on the meeting can be found here.

Please register to attend and indicate if you need an interpreter. A link will be sent to you on October 12. Register to Attend

 

        

 

 

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener - October 18th: On October 18th, we will administer our first Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Screener during our Advisory period.  Justice’s Student Support Team will use the screener to identify strengths and needs for our students related to SEL skills. SEL skills include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. The screener will review these skills, as well as students’ relationships, feelings of belonging, feelings about their school environment, and mood. 

Learn more about the screener and review the questions here. To opt your student out of participating in the screener, please complete the opt-out form found here and return to your student's W4 teacher by October 8.

 

Class Meetings: We will host in-person class meetings October 26th and October 27th for parents and students to receive important information from SGA, Class Sponsors, Student Services, Technology, and PTSA.  More information will be shared in the coming days.

Tuesday, October 26th  | 6:00 PM

  • Senior Class Meeting for Parents/Students
  • Freshman Class Meeting for Parents/Students

 

Wednesday, October 27th  | 6:00 PM

  • Junior Class Meeting for Parents/Students
  • Sophomore Class Meeting for Parents/Students

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Student Voter Registration 

Any student who is 18 years old or will be 18 by November 2nd can register to vote online or by mail. The deadline to register to vote is October 12th. Students with a Driver’s License or Virginia ID Card & Social Security number can register online here.

  

Driver Education - Partners for Safe Teen Driving (PSTD)

The state of Virginia requires students and their parents or legal guardian to attend ONE session of Partners for Safe Teen Driving in order to receive their Pink Card (DEC-8).

  • All 10th, 11th, 12th grade students are invited. The PSTD presentations will be virtual ZOOM sessions from 6:30 to 8:00 PM on the following dates: Wednesday Sept 29th, 2021, Wednesday November 17th, 2021, Wednesday January 12th, 2022, Wednesday March 16th, 2022, Wednesday May 11th, 2022.
  • For current 10th grade students, all session LINKS, additional information, & instructions will be posted on your teacher’s SCHOOLOGY page.
  • If you are a current 11th or 12th grade Justice HS student seeking to attend a PSTD session, please register by completing the Google Form using your @fcpsschools.net GMAIL Account. PSTD REGISTRATION: https://tinyurl.com/PSTDJusticeDriverEd2122

Please email Greg Weisbecker at gpweisbecker@fcps.edu with any questions.

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

~Hispanic Heritage Month | September 15th – October 15th ~

Monday, October 11th

  • School Planning Day (no school for students)

 

Wednesday, October 13th

  • PSAT/SAT; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Monday, October 18th

  • Social and Emotional Learning Screener for Students

 

Tuesday, October 26th  

  • Senior Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM
  • Freshman Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM

 

Wednesday, October 27th  

  • Junior Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM
  • Sophomore Class Meeting for Parents/Students | 6:00 PM

 

Friday, October 29th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Monday, November 1 & Tuesday, November 2nd

  • Teacher Workdays (no school for students)

 

Thursday, November 11th

  • End of 1st Quarter; 2 Hour Early Release for Students

 

Wednesday, November 24th – Friday, November 26th

  • Thanksgiving Break

 

 

 

HELPFUL RESOURCES

SIS ParentVue Account

Parents and Guardians: Please follow this link for information on how to obtain and access a SIS ParentVue account.  This account will enable you to see your student’s grade and attendance information in SIS as well as access your child’s Schoology page.

 

Digital Resource Consent

At Justice High School, our teachers will use a variety of powerful digital resources to support student learning and promote communication and collaboration with students and families. Some of the digital resources your child may use this year will require your consent before they can be used. Without consent, teachers will need to plan additional lessons or deviate from a useful application altogether. You can find our school’s list of the resources here: https://justicehs.fcps.edu/adopteddigitalresources

Please follow this link to indicate whether or not your student is allowed to use the list of digital resources this year. This page also provides more information about how FCPS carefully reviews digital resources for approval.

 

Justice High School - October 7th

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Homecoming Game - Friday!!

Friday at 7pm we are hosting our Homecoming Varsity Football game against Hayfield. We are excited to see our football team, cheerleaders, chamber choir and marching band in action and welcome all our students, community and alumni. A few reminders for tomorrow's game:

- Gates will open at 6pm - All tickets are $5.00 

- No backpacks and all bags are subject to search

-  All Signs are prohibited

-  No outside food/drinks allowed in the stadium

-  For safety reasons, there is no standing in the area between the bleachers and the track fence 

- We are encouraging everyone to arrive early to avoid big lines

- The back parking lot is reserved for Pack Pass holders and VIPs ONLY

- PACK PASSES can be purchased before 3pm on gameday for pick up. If ordered after 3pm, they will not processed before game time. STILL NEED A PACK PASS! Click Here 

- Anyone who has ordered a pack pass already and not picked it up, they can be picked up at the FRONT ticket gate on Friday. 

We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow! Go Wolves!!!

Volunteers Still Needed Chain Crew

Justice Football is looking for 4 ADULT volunteers for “Chain Crew” for the HOME Varsity Football Game this FRIDAY. Free tickets to games. Free apparel too!

Chain Crew = on the football field assisting with the sideline markers. Front row seats to the action!

We will need FOUR volunteers for this Friday October 8 at Justice High School Football Stadium. Arrival at 6:45 PM. Game starts at 7:00 PM.

If you are interested, please respond ASAP to gpweisbecker@fcps.edu – Thank you!

  Concession Stand

Our Athletic Boosters need your help!!! We squeaked by with a low number of super hard working volunteers the last two games. As a result, our income from the stand is down 50%!!

Our concessions stands need MORE VOLUNTEERS. We are back to full concession stand sales this season.. Our concessions stands are 100% volunteer run.

Click link below to volunteer... Please note that Varsity football games take a large number of volunteers. Please consider volunteering even if you don't have a football player in the program. They money goes to ALL PROGRAMS!!

Sign Up Genius - Concession Stands!!!

Homecoming Dance

After a year off, we are super excited to host this year’s homecoming dance!! The dance will be held outside on our stadium field from 7-11pm on Saturday, October 9th. Please see below for some important information regarding the dance.

  • Last day of $10 presale tickets is Friday, October 8th.
    • Tickets are $15 at the door
  • Tickets at the door are $15 (Cash Only)
  • No outside (Non-Justice Students) guests will be permitted into the dance
  • Permission Slips must be turned in for students to attend
  • Footwear- No Heels will be allowed on the the football field.
  • Outside food & drink may not be brought into the dance.
    • No Chewing Gum allowed on field
    • Food will be available for purchase
  • Bags will be searched upon arrival
  • Gates open at 7pm.
    • Students be dropped off or park in the front lot and enter through the front gate, next to the main gym.
  • No Entry after 9pm
  • Dance ends promptly at 11pm.
    • All students are expected to be off campus by 11:15pm
  • Transportation home should be prearranged.

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