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  • Cadet James Hodgson was selected as the JROTC Cadet of the Month by a Board conducted yesterday. Congratulations Cadet Hodgson!

    Last night our Girls Volleyball raised $315.67 for Breast Cancer research during our Pink Game way to go girls! Huge shout out to our Freshman team who were a major part of making that money!

    College reps from University of Mary Washington, Ferrum College and Lord Fairfax will be visiting LHS on Monday and Tuesday next week! Sign up on the LHS Counseling Page today!

    IT's BACK!!!!!! Our second After School Read In is planned for Tuesday, Oct. 24th from 2:45-4 p.m. in the LHS Library. Bring a book. Bring a blanket. No interruptions. Just reading.

    Teachers-please remember to put your recycling out prior to 4th block today.

    If you plan to try out for a Winter sport and are a 9th, 11th grader or new to LHS, you must undergo an IMPACT concussion test.  The test will be offered on October 30th and November 1st.  Report to the Athletic Training Room after school.  See Coach Mandy Carter if you have any questions.

    Talent Show auditions are next Wednesday, after school, in the auditorium.  Please remember your thumb drive with your music, and any instruments you may need.  Complete the Talent Show Google Form in your school account if you haven’t already.  Plan on staying at least until 5:00 pm!  Looking forward to seeing your talent!

    Have you heard about our new Prom location for 2018? Pick up a free copy of the Patriot Press in front of the Main Office, in the library, or in room 264 to get the scoop on this exciting story!

    Yearbook prices will go up on December 1st. Please place your order or set up a pay plan NOW to get the lowest price. See Ms. Miller in 264 with questions.

    Seniors! Please let your parents know that yearbook senior tributes MUST be turned in BEFORE the Thanksgiving break. See Ms. Miller in 264 to get a form.

    The Fauquier Historical Society at the Old Jail in Warrenton is looking for volunteers to help out at its ghost tours this weekend and next. If you are interested, there is a sign-up sheet on the History Club bulletin board in the Social Studies Hallway.  See Mrs. DeChristopher for more details.

    The genealogy branch of the History Club will be meeting during Eagle Block this Friday in Room 201.

    Spanish Honor Society will be meeting this Friday, October 20th during Eagle Block in room 127. Passes for club pictures will be handed out at this meeting.

    French Club will meet this Friday during Eagle Block.  Please bring candy, pick up your French Club picture pass, and plan to paint pumpkins. 

    Reminder- Friday, October 20th is the last day to purchase Women in History long sleeve t-shirts.  Small through XL are $11, 2XL are $13, and 3XL are $15.  See Mrs. Majerowicz in room 211 for an order form.

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  • The Fauquier Historical Society at the Old Jail in Warrenton is looking for volunteers to help out at its ghost tours this weekend and next. If you are interested, there is a sign-up sheet on the History Club bulletin board in the Social Studies Hallway.  See Mrs. DeChristopher for more details.

    The genealogy branch of the History Club will be meeting during Eagle Block this Friday in Room 201.

    This week marks the beginning of the National Recycle Bowl Competition.  We will be competing with other schools on the volume of recyclable materials we collect for a $1000 prize state prize. 

    Teachers and students please help us win the $1000 prize by always making sure recyclable materials are not being mixed (paper vs plastic) and that trash is not ending up in your recycling bins.  A lot of bagged recycling must be thrown in the landfill because it is not properly separated.  Thank you for being a good citizen and doing your part in this service to our environment!

    Spanish Honor Society will be meeting this Friday, October 20th during Eagle Block in room 127. Passes for club pictures will be handed out at this meeting.

    French Club will meet this Friday during Eagle Block.  Please bring candy, pick up your French Club picture pass, and plan to paint pumpkins. 

    Reminder- Friday, October 20th is the last day to purchase Women in History long sleeve t-shirts.  Small through XL are $11, 2XL are $13, and 3XL are $15.  See Mrs. Majerowicz in room 211 for an order form.

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  • Pink Night for Volleyball this Thursday. JV starts at 6 and Varsity starts at 7:30. There will be a bake sale and additional items to purchase, along with opportunities to donate to the cause (cancer).

    The Fauquier Historical Society at the Old Jail in Warrenton is looking for volunteers to help out at its ghost tours this weekend and next. If you are interested, there is a sign-up sheet on the History Club bulletin board in the Social Studies Hallway.  See Mrs. DeChristopher for more details.

    The genealogy branch of the History Club will be meeting during Eagle Block this Friday in Room 201.

    DECA/FBLA Term 2 members will meet during eagle block on Friday in Room 222.

    This week marks the beginning of the National Recycle Bowl Competition.  We will be competing with other schools on the volume of recyclable materials we collect for a $1000 prize state prize. 

    Teachers and students please help us win the $1000 prize by always making sure recyclable materials are not being mixed (paper vs plastic) and that trash is not ending up in your recycling bins.  A lot of bagged recycling must be thrown in the landfill because it is not properly separated.  Thank you for being a good citizen and doing your part in this service to our environment!

    Spanish Honor Society will be meeting this Friday, October 20th during Eagle Block in room 127. Passes for club pictures will be handed out at this meeting.

    French Club will meet this Friday during Eagle Block.  Please bring candy, pick up your French Club picture pass, and plan to paint pumpkins. 

    Reminder- Friday, October 20th is the last day to purchase Women in History long sleeve t-shirts.  Small through XL are $11, 2XL are $13, and 3XL are $15.  See Mrs. Majerowicz in room 211 for an order form.

    Just a reminder that Homework Club will meet today after school in the Library until 3:30 pm.

    The first meeting of the Cyber Security Club will be this Thursday after school in room 148.  The club is open to the entire student body & will start at 2:45.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Clark in room 148.

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  • Good luck to our Lady Eagles, Julia Gleason and Emily Markley in the Girls Golf Zone Qualifier at Shenandoah Valley Golf Course today!

    If you are in need of class help, come to the library after school on Wednesdays.  Homework Club will meet every Wednesday starting October 4th after school in the Library until 3:30 pm.

    The first meeting of the Cyber Security Club will be this Thursday after school in room 148.  The club is open to the entire student body & will start at 2:45.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Clark in room 148.

    College reps from George Mason University and James Madison University will be visiting LHS next week! Sign up on the LHS Counseling Page today!

    Come join the Academic Team! Show what you know and learn new things! Compete against other schools as part of a team! The first meeting is Wednesday 10/18 from 2:45 to 4:00 in Room 147, and again Friday 10/20 in Room 147 from 2:45 to 4:00. Ms. Kissell is looking forward to seeing You!

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  • College reps from George Mason University and James Madison University will be visiting LHS next week! Sign up on the LHS Counseling Page today!

    Come join the Academic Team! Show what you know and learn new things! Compete against other schools as part of a team! The first meeting is Wednesday 10/18 from 2:45 to 4:00 in Room 147, and again Friday 10/20 in Room 147 from 2:45 to 4:00. Ms. Kissell is looking forward to seeing You!

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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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  • Incident Near Cedar Lee Middle School

    On Oct. 12 just before noon the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an adult male lying in a ditch with a weapon in the 6100 block of Willow Place in Bealeton. Cedar Lee Middle School was notified of the incident as a precaution to implement safety procedures since this incident occurred on Marsh Rd across from the school campus. Deputies located this individual, and he was taken into custody and the weapon secured without incident. This matter is a MENTAL HEALTH issue and the individual is being evaluated. The incident was isolated to the Willow Place location, and there was no immediate threat to the Cedar Lee Middle School campus. The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office has not issued any public information or statements at this time.

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  • Sophomores and Juniors Invited to Apply to Summer Residential Governor's Schools

    Applications for 2018 Summer Residential Governor’s School are now being accepted. These programs provide enrichment in the areas of agriculture, humanities, mathematics, science and technology, and the arts (dance, theatre, instrumental and vocal music and visual arts). Students, who should be nominated by a teacher, must be in 10th or 11th grade and enrolled during the 2017-2018 school year. Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide academically and artistically challenging programs to motivated and highly able students from across the Commonwealth. Each Governor’s School program focuses on one special area of interest.

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