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  •  1st Day of School Pictures

    FCPS News Release: FCPS Students Enjoy Picture Perfect Start to the School Year

    Fauquier County Public Schools opened its doors to a new school year on August 16. Nearly 11,000 students were in attendance throughout the 19 campuses in the school division.

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  •  FRESH

    FRESH Partners with Fauquier Health to Promote Literacy & Childhood Wellness

    Fauquier Reaches for Excellence in School Health (FRESH) is excited to announce a new partnership with Fauquier Health. FRESH (a Fauquier County Public Schools program funded by the PATH Foundation) is on a mission to promote a ‘lifetime of wellness’ among Fauquier youth through nutrition, movement, and literacy enrichment.

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  •  Mark Malloy

    Mark Malloy Named Principal of Kettle Run High School

    At the August 9 Fauquier County School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Major Warner introduced Mark Malloy, 49, as the new principal of Kettle Run High School. After serving as the principal at Warrenton Middle School for the past four years and the assistant principal at Kettle Run High School for the previous four years, Malloy will take over from Meaghan Brill, who has taken on the role of FCPS Deputy Superintendent.

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  •  FCPS logo

    FCPS Policy for Providing Free or Reduced-Price Meals

    Fauquier County Public Schools today announced its policy for providing free or reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch and/or School Breakfast Programs.  Each school and/or central school nutrition office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.

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  •  fair flyers

    FCPS Hosts Back-to-School Fairs July 31-August 2

    Fauquier County Public Schools invites all students, families and staff to attend the second annual FCPS Back-to-School Fairs at Bradley Elementary School on July 31, Marshall Community Center on August 1, and Marsh Run Community on August 2. All three events will last from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; attendance is free.

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