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  • Principal of Auburn Middle School to Retire in January

    With “a mixture of sadness and excitement” Steve Kadilak, principal of Auburn Middle School since August 2008, has announced his retirement effective January 2, 2018. “I have enjoyed a fulfilling career as an educator in Fauquier County for 23 years,” Kadilak said. “As many peo-ple know, I joke about having a ‘middle school mind’ and truly this has enabled me to appreciate and share a special connection with our students throughout that time.” Kadilak has been at Auburn since the school first opened its doors to students in the fall of 2004 – first as assis-tant principal for four years and then as principal for just shy of a decade.

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  • Nominations Sought for Teacher of the Year

    Parents, students, school employees and community members are invited to nominate a teacher for the 2018 Fauquier County Public Schools Teacher of the Year Award, presented in recognition of teachers who exemplify excellence in their profession. Recipient of the FCPS award will be nominated for The Washington Post Teacher of the Year Award, presented to one teacher from the DC/Maryland/Virginia region.

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  • CPF Partners with Brumfield Elementary School to Further Inclusion of Students with Disabilities

    The Cerebral Palsy Foundation (CPF) is excited to announce the expansion of its “Just Say Hi” program to Brumfield Elementary School in Warrenton. The program is focused on increasing engagement with people with disabilities and addressing the unnecessary hesitation some people feel around disabilities. In schools, inclusion can start by just saying hi, but it doesn’t need to end there.

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