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  • Possible Impact of Inclement Weather on This Week's Graduation Ceremonies

    In view of the forecast of inclement weather during this week of graduation ceremonies for Fauquier County Public Schools, the following plans are in place: Fauquier High School plans to hold graduation Wednesday, May 24, at 6 p.m. on Falcon Field, if possible. A decision will be made by 2 p.m. on Wednesday at the latest, and if the ceremony will be moved into the gymnasium, FHS will announce the decision through its automated phone call system and Twitter account,

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  • Winner of FC Regional Science and Engineering Fair Competes at Intel International

    Mountain Vista Governor’s School and Liberty High School student Heather Wotton, winner of the Fauquier County Regional Science & Engineering Fair, senior division, presented at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair underway in Los Angeles, CA, May 14-19. She received an all-expenses-paid trip to LA to compete alongside 1,700 other participants from around the world.

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  • LHS DECA Student in Top 10 at Nationals

    Gillian Tocheny from Liberty High School was a National Finalist who placed in the nation’s top 10 in the personal financial literacy event at the International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA, April 26-29. She received a medallion for being one of the top 10 in the nation in her event. Erin Jones from Fauquier High School was a National Finalist in the business services marketing category. While not a competitor, LHS student Olivia Castaldy attended the international conference where she completed the IGNITE – Emerging Leader Series, acquiring skills to provide effective leadership for DECA at Liberty. DECA advisors attending the conference were Valerie Hermes from Liberty High School and Kathleen Lynch from Fauquier High School.

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