What’s Fresh this month?
This month, in FCPS cafeterias, students will see…
The FCPS FRESH Program (Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health) has partnered with the FCPS Department of School Nutrition to bring menu items featuring fresh produce to the cafeterias! Each month, we will highlight seasonal produce on the menu, share fun facts about their nutritional value, & raffle fun prizes for students who demonstrate their nutrition knowledge.
Print & cut on the line above
Handwrite answers, student’s full name, grade, & teacher onto a piece of notebook paper.
Student must bring their entry to the “What’s FRESH” box/envelope in your school’s cafeteria to enter.
December Drawing Entry Form
Sweet Potatoes have _____________________ that is good for my __________________.
Sweet Potatoes have _____________________ that is good for my ____________________.
Full Name :_____________________________________Grade:______ Teacher:_________________________________
PLEASE NOTE: This is a monthly random drawing. Entry does not guarantee prize.
FCPS invites all January 24 - The FCPS Profile of a Graduate community forum will take place on January 24, 2018, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Taylor Middle School. The event will also be live-streamed, courtesy of Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation and School Support Council. With the theme “The Class of 2022 – Our Future Is Now,” this forum will continue to address impending changes to the Standards of Accreditation and the rollout of “The Profile of a Graduate.” The evening’s discussion will focus on how classrooms, schools, and education will change in the next few years, along with changes to graduation requirements.
The Fauquier County Public Schools Division Spelling Bee will be held Saturday, January 27, 2018, at 10 a.m. in the Taylor Middle School auditorium. Registration begins at 9 a.m. Forty-nine students, representing 11 elementary schools and five middle schools, will participate in the school division bee as winners of their school-level or grade-level spelling bees. TMS reading specialist John Lucas is the school division’s bee coordinator, and Dr. Eileen Burgwyn, retired FCPS instructional supervisor is the pronouncer.
Fauquier County Public Schools announces the release of its new mobile app as the division continues to expand its community engagement project. The new mobile app is available for Android devices, iPhones and iPads. To download, visit your App Store (iTunes), (Google Play) and search for Fauquier County Public Schools. Please note: If you have the old FCPS mobile app, please remove it before downloading the new one.