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  • Automotive Body Repair Program Awarded Grant

    The Northern Virginia I-CAR Committee has awarded a $5,500 Ultimate Collision Education Makeover school grant to the Fauquier County Public Schools’ automotive body repair program, located at Fauquier High School. Winners were announced at the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s Oct. 31 Makeover grant reception during the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Craig Canard, instructor of collision repair classes at FHS, said he plans to use the grant funds to purchase tools and equipment for his classes; 47 students are currently enrolled in the three-level program.

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  • DECA and FBLA Students Participate in Wounded Warrior Service Project

    DECA and FBLA students from Fauquier High School and Liberty High School participated in a Wounded Warrior service project hosted by Families4Fauquier on Sunday, Nov. 5, at Earth, Glaze and Fire. Students decorated candy containers and toiletry bags for patients at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Karen Chipman, Fauquier High School FBLA advisor, and Valerie Hermes, Liberty High School DECA advisor, participated with their students at the project. “This is a great project,” said Sarah Frye, instructional supervisor for career and technical education for FCPS. “What a great way for students to give back to those who have risked so much.”

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  • FCPS to Switch Parent and Staff Mass Notification System

    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.

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