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  • FAUQUIER COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    Kindergarten Registration

    Monday, April 3 through Friday, April 7, 2017

    10 A.M. – 2 P.M.

     

    CHILDREN WHO ARE 5 YEARS OF AGE ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30, 2017 ARE ELIGIBLE FOR KINDERGARTEN.

     

    Please confirm your child’s school zone at www.fcps1.org

    (Go to DEPARTMENTS · Transportation · School Boundary Zones)

     

    DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION

    • Photo ID of Parent/Guardian
    • Original Birth Certificate
    • Custody Papers (if applicable)
    • A Commonwealth of Virginia School Entrance Health Form signed by a physician. This form MUST include a current immunization record and MUST be dated within one year of the enrollment date. This MUST be submitted to the school nurse for review BEFORE the first day of school.
    • Two Proofs of Residency – Examples: housing contract, rental agreement, property tax bill, deed, mortgage statement, or utility bill. A driver’s license is NOT acceptable proof of residency.

     

    NEW THIS YEAR! You can avoid filling out papers and complete your kindergarten student’s registration ONLINE! Please check for the link on our website at www.fcps1.org beginning April 3rd! If you choose to complete the paperwork portion of the enrollment process online, please note you are still required to come to the school to present identification, your child’s birth certificate, and proofs of residency.

     

    If you need assistance in a language other than English to register your child, please call

    (540) 422-7118 or (540) 422-7024

    Si necesita asistencia en español para matricular a su hijo, llame al

    (540) 422-7118 o al (540) 422-7024.

  • PRE-K pals -  April 25th-26th  from 9-2

    Signup sheet will be out during Kindergarten registration

    Kindergarten Orientation – 9:00-10:30 

    May 16th-17th 

    Last name A-M on the 16th

    Last name N-Z on the 17th

Division News

  • Camp Creation Coming in June

    Fauquier County Public Schools will offer two weeks of “Camp Creation” STEM camps this summer. The four-day camps run from 8 a.m.-noon during the week of June 12-15 at Liberty High School and June 19-22 at Kettle Run High School. Cost is $75 per session per participant. The following camps will be offered June 12-15 at LHS: Elementary K-2nd grade – Lego Storystarter and Mad Science; Elementary grades 3-5 – Lego Robotics, Making Music with Garage Band, and PhotoShop; Grades 3-8 – Minecraft and Drafting Design with 3D Printing; and Middle School – Auto Technology, AgriScience, and VEX Robotics. The following camps will be offered June 19-22 at KRHS: Elementary K-2nd grade – Lego Storystarter and Mad Science; Elementary grades 3-5 – Lego Robotics, Making Music with Garage Band, AgriScience, and PhotoShop; Grades 3-8 – Minecraft and Drafting Design with 3D Printing; and Middle School – Auto Technology, Video Editing, and VEX Robotics. Registration forms are available at www.fcps1.org/STEMcamp. Registration ends Friday, June 2. For more information email STEMcamp@fcps1.org or call (540) 422-7000.

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  • FCPS Accepting Applications for This Summer's STARTALK Foreign Language Programs

    Applications are now being accepted for Fauquier County Public Schools summer STARTALK Arabic and Turkish language program. Classes will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Bradley Elementary School from Monday, July 10 through Thursday, July 20 (no classes on Friday, July14). Cost is $75. Due to a significant reduction in the federal STARTALK grant, bus transportation and lunch will not be provided.

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  • David Jeck Named Region IV Superintendent of the Year

    The Region IV Virginia Association of School Superintendents (VASS) has named Dr. David Jeck, su-perintendent of Fauquier County Public Schools, as the 2018 Superintendent of the Year for Region IV. Dr. Peter Noonan, superintendent of the City of Fairfax Schools and chairman of Region IV VASS, made the announcement on March 22. “As the regional superintendent’s group, we are so proud of the work Dr. Jeck does, and he serves as an outstanding representative of our team,” Noonan said.

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