Fairfax County to close school buildings, cancel laptop distribution

The public health emergency related to the novel coronavirus has led to the closure of Virginia public schools, but in Fairfax County, the school system is going one step further.

Fairfax County schools are closed through April 10, but county leadership initially considered giving students the opportunity to return to school buildings to collect items.

But Sunday, the school system announced that school buildings would be closed completely.

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All school administrative buildings are also closed until further notice, the school system announced, and only essential employees will be asked to report to work. All other employees will work remotely.

Food distribution will continue at 18 sites.

Breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and lunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Annandale Terrace Elementary School, 7604 Herald St.,
  • Annandale Bailey’s Primary Elementary School, 6111 Knollwood Drive, Falls Church
  • Braddock Elementary School, 7825 Heritage Dr.,Annandale
  • Brookfield Elementary School, 4200 Lees Corner Rd, Chantilly
  • Burke School, 9645 Burke Lake Rd., Burke
  • Centre Ridge Elementary School, 14400 New Braddock Rd., Centreville
  • Crestwood Elementary School, 6010 Hanover Ave., Springfield
  • Cunningham Park Elementary School, 1001 Park St., Vienna
  • Dogwood ES, 12300 Glade Drive, Reston
  • Garfield ES, 7101 Old Keene Mill Rd., Springfield
  • Graham Road Community Center, 3036 Graham Rd., Falls Church
  • Fort Belvoir Upper Elementary School, 5980 Meeres Rd., Fort Belvoir
  • Hutchison Elementary School, 13209 Parcher Ave., Herndon
  • Hybla Valley Elementary School, 3415 Lockheed Blvd., Alexandria
  • London Towne Elementary School, 6100 Stone Rd., Centreville
  • Mount Vernon Woods Elementary School, 4015 Fielding St., Alexandria
  • Providence Elementary School, 3616 Jermantown Rd., Fairfax
  • Weyanoke Elementary School, 6520 Braddock Rd., Alexandria
Rick Massimo

Rick Massimo came to WTOP, and to Washington, in 2013 after having lived in Providence, R.I., since he was a child. He's the author of "A Walking Tour of the Georgetown Set" and "I Got a Song: A History of the Newport Folk Festival."

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