Miller Elementary

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    Administration

    Dennis R. Adkins - Interim Principal
     
    Michelle R. Breslin- Asst. Principal
    michelle.breslin@fcps1.org
     
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    Office Staff

    Denise Hensley - Office Associate II ♦ Chrisoula Brickey - Secretary/Bookkeeper ♦  Heather Smith - Clinician


     


     

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Division News

  • FCPS Teacher of Year Nominees Honored

    At its Feb. 13 meeting the Fauquier County School Board honored 16 teachers, all of whom have been nominated to be Fauquier County’s representative in the Washington Post Teacher of the Year competition. A selection panel will choose one of the 16 teachers to be the Fauquier County Teacher of the Year, and that teacher will be entered into the Post’s Teacher of the Year competition. The Fauquier County Teacher of the Year will be announced in mid-April. At the school board meeting each school’s Teacher of the Year nominee received an award in the form of a glass apple. The Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation will also honor the nominees at a reception where each will receive a cash award.

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  • Miller Elementary Shows Appreciation to Sheriff's Office

    Four representatives from the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office attended an appreciation luncheon hosted by Miller Elementary School on Tuesday, Feb. 14. On hand for the event were Sheriff Robert Mosier, Captain Ray Acors, Deputy Gary Jenkins and Deputy Chris Meyers. “We wanted to show appreciation to our SROs (school resource officers) and the sheriff’s department for all they do in our schools,” said Miller Principal Dennis Adkins, who planned the event with other Miller staff – Lisa Sak, Sherri McMillion, Barbara Love, Carol Miller and Susan Aylor.

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  • FCPS Updating Website to Ensure Accessibility

    Fauquier County Public Schools is currently updating its website at www.fcps1.org in order to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Essentially the update means content on the site will be more limited. For approximately three months the school division has been making changes to the site in response to an out-of-state complaint filed with the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) saying the FCPS site is not compliant with ADA.

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