School Closure Resources

School Closure Resources for Families


Academic Resources: 

  • Students should regularly check their accounts, Blackboard and/or Google Classroom.    
  • Please see the FCPS Academics and Continuity of Learning Plan.  This site provides a comprehensive list of available programming and many resources for students to access.  This site will be updated as resources are made available.  
  • Please see the Continuity of Learning Resources - Distance Learning Plan (look for the yellow light bulb) on Blackboard.  You will see a link there to Middle and High School Resources that students can access.  
  • A comprehensive review of how grading will be handled can be found on Oakton’s website.    
  • Students should familiarize themselves with this Distance Learning Infographic and information.  
  • Oakton’s Student Tutoring Center is open for business.  Students can request tutoring sessions by filling out this form.  
  • Oakton High School ESOL Community Distance Learning site  
  • Oakton High School School Counseling Distance Learning Resources 
  • Library Resources: 
    • The librarians welcome students to join them for Library Office Hours for help completing research tasks, accessing library resources, and getting book recommendations!
      • Library Office Hours will be:
        • Tuesdays during Cougar Time (10:30-11:15)
        • Fridays from 11:00am-12:00pm
      • In Blackboard, select the Oakton HS Library class. Select the Collaborate Ultra button on the left, then select the appropriate session listed, and use the link to the right to sign in and join a library session!
      • If you need to contact the librarians for help outside of office hours, email them at and  They will get back to you as quickly as they can.
  • Oakton’s Advanced Placement Website has been updated.  All information can be found here.  


Mental Health Resources: 

  • A comprehensive list of mental health resources can be found here.  
  • If you are worried about your child’s mental health and are in need of support please email your child’s school counselor.  They will be able to best guide you to available resources.  
  • You can also reach out to our School Psychologist, Erica Evert ( @email) or our School Social Worker, Rachel Cherian (@email
  • Students also have access to the Cougar’s Chill Spot site. This was created for our students by our school counselors.  It contains resources around Mindfulness, Emotional REgulation, Health Habits, Coping Skills, and The 5 Senses.  Students can access this site through our grade level google classroom sites or logging in when they click on the link above. 
  • Local Mental Health Resources: 
    • Call 911 in case of a life threatening emergency; TTY dial 711 
    • CrisisLink Regional Hotline - 703-527-4077 
      • CrisisLink is a hotline for individuals in crisis or family/friends seeking guidance for how to help a loved one.  
    • CrisisTextConnect - Text NEEDHELP to 85511 
    • Mobile Crisis Unit: 1-844-627-4747
    • Dominion Hospital Emergency: 703-536-2000
    • Inova Emergency Services: 703-289-7560
    • Merrifield Center Emergency: 703-573-5679
      • The Merrifield Center, of the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, offers a range of clinical programming. Emergency Services, staffed 24 hours per day, seven days per week, works with people in psychiatric crises who need immediate attention. 
    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE


Food Resources: 


General Resources: 


Who do we contact? 


Assistant Principal

Student Last Name 

Departments Supervised

Mrs. Mary Landis (

Sem - Z

  • English
  • Special Education - Category B
  • Library                                            

Mr. James Oberndorf (

Ip - Miz

  • AVID
  • Special Education - Category A
  • World Languages  

Mr. Sal Olivo (

A - C

  • ESOL
  • Math
  • Visual Arts                          

Ms. Martha Rodeheaver (

D - In

  • CTE
  • Performing Arts 
  • Science                              

Mr. Larry Stroud (

Mj - Sel 

  • Health and Physical Education 
  • Social Studies


*Please note that this has been updated as of April 27*