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  • Main Office                         422-7450

    Attendance                        422-7455

    E-Mail                                 mmsattendance@fcps1.org

    Clinic                                  422-7458

    Counseling                          422-7456

    Registrar                              422-7454

    Finance                                422-7453


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    Technology Help

    If you are having trouble with your school issued device, the FCPS tech team is here to help! Students are able to submit a form that will add a ticket to the SysAid system. This allows work to be easily assigned to the right technology support team member to address the problem. 

     

Division News

  • StoryWalk® Leads Fauquier Families on Reading Adventure

    Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health (FRESH) and Fauquier Public Library have partnered to bring StoryWalks® to the community. A StoryWalk® is a free outdoor activity that empowers families to move and read at the same time! Each page of a children’s book is placed on story boards along a walking path in the community. To read the book from beginning to end, families follow the path, visiting each signpost along the way.

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  • 'Farm to School’ Week Brings Local Meat and Produce to Cafeterias across Fauquier County

    Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health (FRESH) is a Fauquier County Public Schools (FCPS) program with a mission to maximize opportunities for students to engage in active learning, active living, and nutritional education. During the week of October 3rd, FRESH partnered with the FCPS School Nutrition Program to host ‘Farm to School Week,’ where children across the county had an opportunity to experience local meat and produce as part of their school meal.

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  • FCPS Reaches All-Time High Graduation Rate of 96.2%

    Fauquier County Public Schools’ on-time graduation rate increased from 95.5% in 2020 to an all-time high of 96.2 percent in 2021, according to data released by the Virginia Department of Education.

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  • Fauquier County Public Schools Recognized as a School Division of Innovation

    The Virginia Board of Education recognized Fauquier County Public Schools as a “School Division of Innovation” at its September 23 meeting. FCPS was one of five Virginia school divisions to earn this distinction for designing and implementing alternatives to traditional instructional practices and school structures to improve student learning and promote college and career readiness and good citizenship.

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  • VDOE Releases Annual SOL Test Results

    The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has released SOL test results for the 2020-2021 school year and updated School Quality Profile reports for each school and school division. Because school accreditation was waived for 2021-22 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SOL test data will serve as a tool to set a baseline for recovery and measure student learning growth this year.

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