Mason Film Lab Documentary ‘W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy’ To Debut In A Celebratory Evening For The Community
FAIRFAX, VA – “W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy,” the first documentary produced within the Mason Film Lab, will make its debut at a celebration event on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 4 p.m. in the Addison E. Lightfoot Auditorium of Fauquier High School, followed by a dinner with the film’s participants. The “Celebration of the William C. Taylor High School Legacy” evening is open to the public. The evening will include a free screening of the film, followed by a dinner with alumni (tickets required). The evening is presented by the William C. Taylor High School Alumni Committee, Taylor Middle School, and George Mason University’s Film at Mason program. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the Hazzard Johnson Memorial Fund. The community is invited to come meet the alumni of Wm. C. Taylor High School and to learn the legacy of the innovative school. You can watch a behind the scenes look at the making of the documentary now at https://vimeo.com/343508720.
Staff Member of the Month: Kathryn Kiser
Kathryn Kiser has been chosen Staff Person of the Month for August – congratulations Kathryn! Your colleagues have chosen you and shared the following:
“Showing empathy, kindness and inclusion to our students. Ms. Kiser shows great compassion and understanding as she works patiently with each of our students every day to show them how to be more independent members of the community.”
“She is really patient with our students. She loves to step in and help without another staff member asking her to help.”
Student of the Month: Amiee Minor
Student of the Month for August is Amiee Minor! One of Amiee's teachers, Dr. Nosal, nominated her because she has shown so much growth in the last 4 years. "Knowing Amiee as a freshman and knowing her now, you would believe they are 2 completely different people. I am so proud of this girl and the beautiful woman she has become it is a true pleasure to be her teacher."