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Falcon Fest Is Coming - August 26
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Frank W. Cox vs Tallwood

August 28th at Tallwood

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HONOR CODE 2014-2015

The updated Honor Code is now released.
Make sure to review your personal copy HERE.

FALCON FEST 2014

Wed Aug 20 (8:00 am until 1:00 pm)

Falcon Fest, a half-day orientation program for rising ninth graders and new students. This exciting day established to introduce students to
Frank W. Cox High School. Click HERE for more details.

SPORTS FALL TRYOUTS AND PRACTICE SCHEDULES

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2014-2015 BYOD POLICY

The Frank W. Cox High School BYOD policy has been revised and updated.
Policy Guidelines Are Found HERE.

FALCON CREDIT UNION NOW OPEN

Cox Savings and LoanSee INSIDE For Your New Account!

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Welcome to Falcon Fest 2015

Get your up to date Falcon Fest information right HERE.

Fall Sports Tryouts

Fall Sports Tryout information can be obtained HERE.

Check Out the Falcon Press

Look into your copy of the Falcon Press.

AP Summer Assignments Are Posted

AP Summer Assignments are now posted. Look HERE for complete information.

The Falcon Voice

The 2015 Summer edition of the Falcon Voice is now available. Get all of the latest Falcon information at your finger tips.
Look HERE for your copy of the Falcon Voice.

Office 365 Pro Plus Free For All VBCPS Students

More than 68,000 VBCPS students will have free software thanks to a new program from Microsoft, the software development corporation. VBCPS is taking advantage of this initiative, which will provide every student in our school division access to the Office 365 suite at no charge. Look HERE for details on how to obtain your software. This is the web based version of Microsoft Office 2013.

Military Recruitment

Please click here for the military recruitment junior and senior information directory
*Camp Invention is offering a one-week internship opportunity this summer and we would like our Cox 10th – 12th grade students to have the opportunity to apply. The camp information, as well as the director’s information is listed below.
Camp Invention is the only nationally recognized, non-profit elementary enrichment program backed by The National Inventors Hall of Fame.  They provide immersive curricula that encourages creativity, innovation, problem solving, communication and collaboration in elementary school students.
 An integral part of this program are the Volunteer Leadership Interns. This opportunity will build leadership skills through formalized training and practical experience, introduce entrepreneurial and intellectual property concepts, strengthen college applications and provide a meaningful setting to complete required volunteer hours. Additionally, at the culmination of the experience, Volunteer Leadership Interns will receive a letter of recognition from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Interested students should either sign-up on the website (http://campinvention.org/interns/), or e-mail the director directly—this contact information is listed below.
 Location:  John B Dey Elementary School
Dates:  July 6-10, 9:00am-3:30pm
Director:  Suzanne Buhner
Contact Info: suzanne.buhner@vbschools.com

An Important Message From Your PTA - 'Link-It-Up' Program

F. W. Cox High School is partnered with various organizations in the community who generously ‘give back’ a percentage of your purchase to the school.  Here is where and how you can help.

See our 'Link-It-Up' brochure to find out how you can help.

A Message to Parents - "A Look At Assessment"

This informational brochure is designed to help you the parent better understand the various tests students take, their purpose and why they are important. The brochure provides details for tests given at the elementary, middle and high school levels, as well as indicates if they are local, state or federally mandated. This publication is updated annually.

"A Look At Assessment" - Your copy is HERE.

Parents of the Classes of 2016 and 2017

The senior All Night Graduation (ANG) celebration is a fun, safe, and alcohol free event organized by the PTSA.  It begins the night of graduation and goes until 5a.m. the next day.  This event has been held for the past 23 years.  Parents and teachers organize transportation, food, dancing, prizes, movies, and so much more. To ensure these classes have a senior ANG celebration, parents are needed NOW to participate in this year’s ANG to see how this great event is organized so that they can coordinate future celebrations. More than half of this year’s committee will be leaving along with their senior students in 2015.  If you would like to be a part of this great event, contact Anita Ward at the4wards@me.com.  Now would be the time.

Honor Code 2014-2015

The updated Honor Code is now released.
Make sure to review your personal copy HERE.

Updated Parking Policy- 2014 - 2015

Parking Regulations
Senior Parking Decal
Junior Parking Decal

Student Expectations 2014-2015

Check HERE for the most updated information.

2014-2015 BYOD Policy

The Frank W. Cox High School BYOD policy has been revised and updated.
Policy Guidelines Are Found HERE.

Falcon Credit Union

Falcon Credit UnionThe Falcon Credit Union is open for business. Why don't YOU consider joining today!
See INSIDE for account information.

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