October 9, 2017
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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.
At the Sept. 18 meeting of the Fauquier County School Board, Dr. David Jeck, division superintendent of Fauquier County Public Schools, announced the restructuring of a senior staff position. The opportunity for restructuring came on the heels of the retirement of Janice Bourne from the assistant superintendent for administration (ASA) position last month; as the ASA, Bourne was responsible for the school division’s construction and facilities, school nutrition and transportation departments. Upon approval of the board, Dr. Jeck announced that, effective Sept. 19, Prashant Shrestha, executive director of budget and planning for the past year and a half, will assume the new title of assistant superintendent for business and planning.
Nikki Jenkins has been named as the new science, health and physical education instructional supervisor for Fauquier County Public Schools, effective Oct. 2. The Fauquier County School Board approved her appointment at its Sept. 18 meeting. She will fill the position currently held by Pam Pulver, who will become the supervisor for FRESH (Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health), overseeing the PATH Foundation-funded health initiative in the school division; Pulver will also assume her new position on Oct. 2.
Students in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and animal classes at Fauquier High School are collecting items for pets affected by the Texas floods. The drive for pet supply donations will end at the close of the school day this Friday, Sept. 1. Items may be dropped off at the front office at FHS. Food items should be unopened, and supplies should be new or gently used. Following is a list of items needed: