Fairfax City Connected Care


By DullesMoms, Aug 2020


Fairfax City Connected Care is a new, virtual learning and school-age child care program operated by the Parks and Recreation Dept in partnership with Fairfax City Schools and Superintendent. The goal is to assist with child care needs for working families in Fairfax City while schools run under distance learning. Learn more.


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