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  • Preschool Program to Benefit from 5K This Saturday

    Saint James Episcopal Church & School will host its third annual Gobble, Gobble Run or Wobble 5K and Fun Run this Saturday, Nov. 18, with proceeds supporting the Fauquier County Public Schools’ preschool program. The church’s “Learning Starts Early” program has supported the Virginia Preschool Initiative along with Head Start, Caring for Angels and other programs in the community that serve at-risk students.

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  • MMS Principal to Become Executive Director of Administration and Planning

    David Graham, 49, principal of Marshall Middle School since July 2013, will fill the newly established position of executive director of administration and planning contingent upon finding a replacement for him as MMS principal. The Fauquier County School Board approved his appointment at its monthly meeting Nov. 13. In this role Graham will oversee school division transportation, nutrition, and construction and facilities. Graham will move with some reluctance from the school setting to the school board office setting. He has been at Marshall for 17½ years – four and a half as principal, nine as assistant principal and four as special education teacher.

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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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