Washington Field Office Community Outreach
The Washington Field Office sends agents and support professionals into schools across Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia to talk about the history and mission of the FBI, to reinforce basic academic principles, and to help students practice responsible behavior and stay away from drugs and violence. Ethics, etiquette, and physical fitness are also highlighted in these programs.
Adopt-a-School encompasses one or more of the following programs:
- Junior Academy (for students in high school)
- Junior Special Agent (JSA) (for students in sixth grade)
- Mentors (for students in fourth grade)
|Special Agent William Woodson, of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, leads a Junior Special Agents Program lesson about Internet safety for sixth-graders at Bucknell Elementary School in Alexandria, Virginia.
Students at the following schools are actively engaged in the Adopt-a-School programs:
- Achievement Preparatory Academy Public Chartered School (PCS), D.C. Public School, SE, Washington, D.C.
- Bancroft Elementary, D.C. Public School, NW, Washington, D.C.
- Bucknell Elementary, Fairfax County Public School, Alexandria, Virginia
- Godwin Middle School, Woodbridge, Virginia
- J.O. Wilson Elementary School, NE, Washington, D.C.
- Parkside Middle School, Manassas, Virginia
- Savoy Elementary, D.C. Public School, SE, Washington, D.C.
Read a speech by Dr. Anne R. Evans, principal of the Savoy Elementary School, in support of FBI Adopt-a-School programs.