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  • Junior Division Regional Science & Engineering Fair Coming on April 29

    The Fourth Annual Regional Science & Engineering Fair, junior division (6th-8th grades), will be held Saturday, April 29, in the Fauquier High School cafeteria, featuring more than 80 middle school presenters from public and private schools in Fauquier County. Judging, which is closed to the public, will occur between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. The public is invited to visit the fair from 1:30-2:30 p.m., followed by the awards ceremony which will feature a brief keynote address by Dr. David Jeck, division superintendent of Fauquier County Public Schools.

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  • Teacher Eats Crickets in Books Challenge

    Just before spring break Auburn Middle School had a wilderness-themed, spring book fair which included a fundraising challenge; 15 staff members good-naturedly volunteered to eat crickets if they were the one to receive the most votes from students. Students made donations to the "All for Books" program which helped Auburn Librarian Laura Spota purchase books for the school.

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  • National Parks are Focus of Project for Auburn Sixth Graders

    The Auburn Middle School sixth-grade Lynx teams are back from a virtual adventure of climbing moun-tains, hiking trails, trekking across the desert and swimming in the ocean. “Our cross-curricular national parks project is officially over, and while we are proud of the hard work we did and ready to move on to our next unit, we will miss learning about our national parks,” said sixth-grade language arts teacher Joy Fredericks, brainstorm behind the project.

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