Mr. Josh Miller
Mrs. Helen Oriend
7270 Riley Road
Warrenton, VA 20187
Main Phone 540-422-7410
School Counseling 540-422-7415
Counseling Office Fax 540-4228
WEEKEND POWER PACK PROGRAM
Continuing our partnership with the Fauquier F.I.S.H. organization, Auburn Middle will be distributing Weekend Power Packs once a week to any and all families who feel they would benefit from the program. The Weekend Power Pack program is designed to help supplement a child’s basic need for food. The packs will consist of non-perishable, healthy and nutritious kid friendly food items.
The Fauquier F.I.S.H. organization is NOT provided with any names and the distribution of the Weekend Power Packs is strictly confidential and discreet.
If you feel that this program would be beneficial to your family please complete and return one of the attached forms to AMS counseling or contact the office at 540-422-7415.
REGISTRATION FOR NEW STUDENTS TO FAUQUIER COUNTY SCHOOLS
Please follow this link: Online Enrollment Click on "New Families" and follow all the steps. The process must be completed on a computer, not a phone, tablet, etc.. After you have submitted the completed form, please contact Stacy Wilfong at AMS Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment to complete the registration process. You are required to present an original birth certificate, shot records showing proof of a T-Dap booster shot and proof of residency. Approved documents can be found here.
Mason Film Lab Documentary ‘W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy’ To Debut In A Celebratory Evening For The Community
FAIRFAX, VA – “W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy,” the first documentary produced within the Mason Film Lab, will make its debut at a celebration event on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 4 p.m. in the Addison E. Lightfoot Auditorium of Fauquier High School, followed by a dinner with the film’s participants. The “Celebration of the William C. Taylor High School Legacy” evening is open to the public. The evening will include a free screening of the film, followed by a dinner with alumni (tickets required). The evening is presented by the William C. Taylor High School Alumni Committee, Taylor Middle School, and George Mason University’s Film at Mason program. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the Hazzard Johnson Memorial Fund. The community is invited to come meet the alumni of Wm. C. Taylor High School and to learn the legacy of the innovative school. You can watch a behind the scenes look at the making of the documentary now at https://vimeo.com/343508720.