Fauquier High School
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FAUQUIER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ITEM PICK-UP & DROP OFF
Beginning Monday, June 8th through Wednesday, June 10th, students will be able to drop-off items that need to be returned (i.e. textbooks, uniforms, athletic equipment, library books, devices, instruments, etc.) and pick-up personal belongings (i.e. locker items) as well as pre-paid yearbooks. There will be no access to the building during this time. Personal belongings (i.e. locker items, instruments) have been bagged and labeled for pick-up. If you have personal belongings outside of lockers that need to be picked-up, please contact your administrator using subject: personal belongings pick-up.
Pick-up and drop-off times are as follows:
Monday, June 8th, 9am - 2pm Students with last names A-G
Tuesday, June 9th, 9am - 2pm Students with last names H-M
Wednesday, June 10th, 9am - 2pm Students with last names N-Z
Wednesday, June 10th, 4pm - 7pm Students who could not make set dates
Please follow the directional signs upon arrival at FHS; pick-up and drop-off areas will be located on the bus ramp and the front of the school building.
Please adhere to social distance guidelines and remain in your car. This is a drive-thru event. A staff member will greet you and provide directions.
Fauquier County Public Schools reminds parents and guardians of school-age children that immunizations and physicals are still required for school enrollment and have not been waived due to COVID-19. Planning ahead to complete these state requirements for school enrollment will ensure a smooth and safe start when schools reopen.
Thanks to the generosity of Fauquier FISH, A Little Heart, and Saint James’ Episcopal Church and School, every family who comes to Grab-and-Go Meal sites will leave with food this summer—even if the site runs out of the meals they have planned. Working together, these organizations, along with help from SPARC Research and the Highland School community, assembled more than 1,000 “snow day kits” to address the needs of Fauquier County children who may be food insecure.
We join our students, staff, families, and community members who are horrified by the death of Mr. George Floyd and the national outcry that has ensued since his murder. We denounce hatred, racism, and violence of any kind and commit to addressing the inequities that continue to exist in our schools and community.
The Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health (FRESH) program is sponsoring the Fill the Bucket Virtual 5K on June 18 through 21. FRESH’s goal is to provide 500 buckets filled with produce and fun summer activities for Fauquier children in need. In partnership with Fauquier FISH, The Heartwood Center, Fauquier Family Shelter Services, and Community Touch, Inc., FRESH will fill and donate a bucket to a child in need for each person who registers and completes the race. Registration is FREE!