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December 19, 2017
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.
September Drawing Entry Form
Cantaloupes have _____________________ that is good for my __________________.
Zucchini has ______________________ that is good for my ____________________.
Full Name :_____________________________________Grade:______ Teacher:_________________________________
PLEASE NOTE: This is a monthly random drawing. Entry does not guarantee prize.
Fauquier County Public Schools will transition to a new parent and staff notification system in November. Known as “Mass Notify,” the new messaging and alert system is the second component in the Blackboard Community Engagement solution, which includes five areas: web community (website), Mass Notify (alerts and messaging), social media manager, mobile communications (mobile app) and teacher communications (link to Blackboard Learn). The website component became operational at www.fcps1.org just over a year ago, and the other three components will be implemented by the end of this school 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.
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation (CPF) is excited to announce the expansion of its “Just Say Hi” program to Brumfield Elementary School in Warrenton. The program is focused on increasing engagement with people with disabilities and addressing the unnecessary hesitation some people feel around disabilities. In schools, inclusion can start by just saying hi, but it doesn’t need to end there.