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“International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB-MYP) Candidate World School”
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Fred M. Lynn Announcements
French Honor Society Induction
The Fred M. Lynn Middle School chapter of the French National Honor Society recently held its induction ceremony on Monday, June 8, 2015.
French Honor Society Advisor Francesca Chery gave the introductory remarks and introduced the new 2014-2015 members which included Edwin A.,Diego E., Jamilatu K, Joshua K., Justin M.-T., Logan M., Xavier McK., Irving M.- R., Deny P., Elvis P.- M., Marly S., Syed Ayub S., Norma S., Elmer V. and Victor V.
These 15 students successfully completed 3 years of the French language, and will receive two high school credits at the end of the school year. They have maintained an A average and are committed to continuing their study of French at the high school level.
Mr. Neves, the principal, gave a speech on the importance of bilingualism in today’s society and the global economy. He urged the students to remain dedicated to the French language and continue their studies.
To celebrate this momentous achievement and historical event, congratulatory remarks were offered by Mrs. Carol Bass, Prince William County Schools’ World Language Supervisor. Mrs. Bass shared the following quote form Mr. Nelson Mandela with the 15 inductees and theirs parents.
                “If you talk to a man in a language he understands,

that goes to his head.
                If you talk to him in his language,
                that goes to his heart.
                Nelson Mandela
Mrs. Sherra Thomas, assistant principal and Mr. Gregory Patterson, World Language Department chairperson, concluded the ceremony with congratulatory well wishes to students. The ceremony was followed by refreshments and a brief reception.
Congratulations to all the 2014-2015 French National Honor Society Inductees of the Fred M. Lynn World Language Specialty Middle School.

Summer Reading Program

Our Summer Reading Program has begun!  Don't forget to sign up in our school library or at your neighborhood public library to participate in the Prince William County's Read to the Rhythm Summer Reading Program at  All students who participate will earn prizes and a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD6.  Your librarian, Ms. Outlaw, has a few suggestions to get you started.  Be sure to check out these amazing titles and more at your public library.  You may also check out books at any time from the Fred Lynn Middle School Library's new ebook collection by logging on to the school library's catalog.  See Ms. Outlaw for more information or CLICK HERE to view or download the recommended book list.
6th Grade Students Visit Stadium
On Wednesday, April 22nd approximately 215 Fred M. Lynn Middle School students, with help from staff members and several parents, visited the Robert F. Kennedy soccer stadium in Washington, D.C. According to students, their favorite parts included touring the VIP rooms, seeing trophies from DC United wins, and practicing soccer drills. They even had the lucky opportunity to watch the team practice! Once back at school in their world language classes, the students discussed sports around the world and made connections between communities and cultures.
Thank you to all of the support from parents and staff. This was an amazing experience for our students. Thank you to the students for representing yourselves and our school community well. We are proud of you!

Students Visit White House

On Saturday, March 14th 47 Fred M. Lynn Middle School students and 19 staff members and parents visited the White House. Ms. Francesca Chery, The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Grant Coordinator and co-sponsor of the school's Hornet 21 after-school program, said, "The kids had a great time!"  "It was awesome!" said 6th grade student Douglas Garcia. According to other students, their favorite parts included the Blue room, seeing a painting of George Washington, and snapping “selfies” in front of the White House. They would definitely recommend for other students to apply for the field trip next year! Hornet 21, an after-school program funded by the 21st Century Learning grant, created this unique opportunity for the students.
On Saturday, students met at school for a bus trip to Washington, D.C. where they would visit the place President Obama calls home. The students appeared to recognize how lucky they were to live in close proximity to the nation’s capital, making such a trip possible. Students were dressed in their best attire and well-behaved. These students represented our Fred Lynn family outstandingly! Before the tour even officially began, the famous pup, Bo, was spotted on the White House lawn. Once inside, the tour consisted of the Blue, Red, Green, East, and China rooms as well as the State dining room, the entrance hall, and the Lincoln and Queen’s bedrooms. The afternoon concluded with a few pictures on the White House lawn. Students and teachers also visited the African Art museum before heading home.
Thank you to all of the support from parents and staff. This was an amazing experience for our students! Thank you to the students for representing yourselves and our school community well! We are proud of you!

Office Hours

Our main office hours are from 7:30 AM until 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.

School Dress Policy
For the 2014 - 2015 school year Fred Lynn Middle School Student Uniforms will no longer be required. Students may wear appropriate clothing that meets the Prince William County Schools' Student Dress Code:

Student Dress Code: 734
The standards of dress for school should conform to the dress codes which are developed cooperatively by students, parents, and school staff. Student dress and overall appearance must meet basic standards of health, safety, cleanliness, and decency. Student dress which is disruptive or reasonably likely to cause disruption to the educational environment or to the rights or well-being of other students or staff is not permitted.​

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