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  • Doctor Teaches First Graders about Proper Hand Washing

    On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Dr. Seokhan Kyle Song of Fauquier Health Family Practice at Bealeton came to Walter Elementary School to demonstrate proper hand-washing techniques to first-grade students. Dr. Song discussed when and why the students should be washing their hands and how easy it is for germs to hide out on hands if hands are not washed properly. He then had the students and teachers cover their hands with a special gel before washing them with soap and water. When the students and teachers placed their hands under a black light, it revealed the places that need more attention when washing hands.

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  • Clean Sweep for Local Auto Tech Students at District SkillsUSA Competition

    Three students in the automotive technology program at Fauquier High School took first, second and third places at the District 10 SkillsUSA automotive technology competition held Feb. 18 at Fauquier High School. Justin Bean took first, Cody Heyl second and Wadell Bourgeois third.

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  • KRHS Principal Major Warner Named New Associate Superintendent for Instruction

    Two years after being selected as The Washington Post’s Distinguished Educational Leader for Fauquier County, Kettle Run High School Principal Major Warner has been named the new associate superintendent for instruction for Fauquier County Public Schools. The appointment was announced following a closed session during a special school board meeting Feb. 21. Effective June 5, Warner, 47, will fill the position held for the past 15 years by Dr. Sandra Mitchell, who retired at the end of December.

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