Warrenton Middle School
Home of the Warriors
Hybrid AA, December 1 from 8 AM to 2:30 PM (during PE classes)
Hybrid BB, December 3 from 8 AM to 2:30 PM (during PE classes)
order online at: vophoto.com/warrenton
For virtual students only on Dec. 2 from 12-7PM:
We are excited to launch our virtual appointments for Picture Day at your school! Please share the signup link below:
Students wishing to purchase a picture package will have the opportunity to do so online after they sign up for a time and after picture day (attached is the link for your reference). Paper picture orders will not be accepted at the camera. All picture packages will be delivered via USPS shipping to a home address.
In order to maintain social distancing, the number of cameras provided will be sufficient to accommodate underclass enrollment. Due to Covid-19 guidelines, walk-ins will not be accepted at this time.
Fauquier County Public Schools’ on-time graduation rate increased from 94.1 percent in 2019 to an impressive 95.5 percent in 2020, according to data released by the Virginia Department of Education. Not only did the school division fare well overall, but FCPS also achieved record-high graduation rates in four subgroup categories—Black students, Hispanic students, Students with Disabilities and Economically Disadvantaged Students.
Businesses, schools and families alike have felt the impact of COVID-19. Yet since the start of September, Fauquier businesses have donated food, time and resources to show their appreciation for the hard-working educators at Fauquier County Public Schools.
Fauquier County Public Schools has extended the reopening survey deadline through Friday, October 9. The school division is administering the survey so families can select their preferred instructional model and transportation needs for the November 9 reopening.
Brittany Hundley, a third-grade teacher at Greenville Elementary School, has been selected as the Superintendent’s Innovator of the Year for 2020. The award is designed to recognize the outstanding efforts of a teacher who incorporates innovation into instruction. Seven teachers were named finalists for the Superintendent’s Innovation Award - Catherine Croft, Michele Dass, Bill Davidson, Brad McCabe, Chris Pierce, Emily Scott, and Michelle Smith. The top innovator earns $500, and each finalist receives a $200 award for his or her classroom.