Woodson Resources

For the most up to date information on activities and ongoing events at Woodson, please follow us on Instagram at @woodsoncavalry and @wtwoodsonhs.

Other helpful Instagram Woodson accounts: 
Athletics - @woodsoncavathletics 
Student Services - @wtwstudentsvcs 
Seniors - @wtwclassof2024 
Juniors - @wtwclassof25 
Library - @woodsonlibrary 
College & Career Center - @wtwcareercenter 
PTSO is on Facebook

"Class of" Webpages

Laptop Tech Support Hours

If students need FCPS laptop technical support at Woodson HS, please submit a ticket using the FCPS Parent/Student Tech Support Portal.

Our walk-in hours in Room A112/A114 are: 

  • Odd Days during Learning Seminar
  • Monday - 7:45am - 8:10am

Any other time you should try to make an appointment using a ticket from the Support Portal.

Thank you, Woodson HS Tech Support Team @email

TalkingPoints: 2-Way Messaging App

TalkingPoints, a two-way messaging app, allows parents and caregivers to communicate with teachers and schools. 

The app translates messages, so teachers and staff can input messages in English and parents can respond in their preferred language. TalkingPoints supports 125 languages, making it easier and faster for our FCPS families to connect with their schools.

There are two ways families can use TalkingPoints.

  • School and teacher messages will come directly to the phone number that is registered in our system as a SMS text or through the TalkingPoints Parent App.
  • You can reply by text or through the app.

If you need to update your preferred correspondence language or phone number, contact Woodson's registrar Darlene Sheppard at @email.

For more information, visit the FCPS TalkingPoints webpage.


The Woodson Student Services department often uses Naviance to communicate via email directly with students and parents. When an email is sent from Naviance, the email address it will appear from is email.naviance.com. We understand that sometimes messages from this account might end up in individuals’ junk email folder. We ask that everyone please keep a look out for emails from this account, and know they are legitimate school communications from Student Services. For additional information about Naviance, please read on. 

Naviance is a comprehensive website designed for high school students and their parents. It's a great resource for students as they make decisions about academic plans, colleges, and careers. Naviance is linked with Counselor's Office, a service used in our school counseling offices to track and analyze data about college and career plans. We encourage you to use this valuable tool! 

Resources for Mental Wellness

All FCPS high school students can access virtual therapy sessions with licensed counselors from Hazel Health at no cost.

Hazel’s therapists — who specialize in working with teens — can help students address mood/behavior changes, motivation, grief/loss, anxiety, peer and family relationships, and academic stress.

For high schoolers to participate in teletherapy services, caregivers must:

Students must be referred to therapy by a caregiver or designated school staff member.

Visit the FCPS Teletherapy webpage for more information.

Mental Health Resources | 24/7 Emergency Numbers

If you are in crisis, text NEEDHELP to 85511, call 1-800-273-TALK, or dial 911; 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)

Dominion Hospital Assessment and Referral Line: 703-536-2000

Inova Emergency Services: 703-289-7560

Mobile Crisis Unit: 1-844-627-4747

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE

Merrifield Center Emergency Services: 703-573-5679; TTY dial 711 (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 crisis who need immediate attention.)

Plan D Nova https://www.plandnova.org/ (a website for Northern Virginia teens who suffer from depression: #breakthestigma)