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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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  • 8th Annual 24 Game Tournament Winners Announced

    Anyone who ever wondered how proficient Fauquier County Public Schools students are at math facts should have been at Fauquier High School on Saturday, Feb. 25. Brains were churning, cards were flying, and players and high school proctors were busily calculating four numbers to make an equation that would result in an answer of 24.

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  • Taylor Middle Collects $2,400 for American Heart Association

    During the month of February, Taylor Middle School students participated in Hoops for Heart, a fundraiser event geared at raising awareness about heart health and safety while also raising funds for the American Heart Association (AHA). Students collected money throughout the month and took part in a culminating event on Friday, Feb. 17, in their regularly scheduled physical education classes. The event included four basketball-related stations with an interesting heart fact designating each station.

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  • Disability and Transition Fair April 19

    A Disability and Transition Fair will be held at Fauquier High School on Wednesday, April 19, from 3:30-7 p.m., hosted by the Fauquier County Public Schools Parent Resource Center and the Office of Special Education. The fair will feature workshops on Medicaid waivers, IEPs, preparing for college, post-grad options, and special needs trusts. Local agencies and support organizations will be on hand with informational resources.

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  • Evening Activities Canceled

    All Fauquier County Public Schools evening activities on Monday, March 13, are canceled due to the winter storm warning; all activities scheduled in FCPS facilities must be completed by 6:30 p.m. The school board meeting scheduled for tonight, including the reception and recognition of student and staff first-term achievements, is postponed until Monday, March 20, at Liberty High School: reception at 6 p.m., recognitions at 6:30 p.m. and regular meeting at 7 p.m.

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  • All County Arts Festival Slated for March 24 and 25

    Fauquier County Public Schools art teachers are pleased to announce the exhibit of student artwork throughout the Warrenton community from March 1-30. March is Youth Art Month (YAM), an annual observance recognized throughout all 50 states to emphasize the value of art education for all children and to encourage support for quality art programs. This year 41 businesses (listed at the end) will participate in the Community Art Walk, displaying 90 pieces of student work. Some of the pieces will be in the businesses’ windows and some will be inside.

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  • Two Middle School Students Named National Geographic State Bee Semifinalists

    Taylor Middle School student Elizabeth Ott and Warrenton Middle School student Josie Hutt have been notified by the National Geographic Society that they are two of 100 semifinalists in the state eligible to compete in the 2017 Virginia National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held at Longwood University in Farmville on Friday, March 31. This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, now in its 29th year. School Bees were held in schools with fourth- through eighth-grade students throughout the state to determine each school champion. School champions then took a qualifying test, which they submitted to the National Geographic Society. The National Geographic Society has invited 100 of the top-scoring students in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Department of Defense Dependents Schools and U.S. territories to compete in the State Bees.

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  • 'Resilience' Film to be Shown Followed by Community Discussion

    The movie “Resilience” will be shown on Wednesday, March 29, at 6 p.m. in the Fauquier High School auditorium at an event co-hosted by Fauquier County Public Schools and the Greater Piedmont Trauma Informed Community Network. The 75-minute movie will be followed by a 30-minute community discussion on “What’s Next: Opportunities to Engage in Building Resilience in Our Community.”

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