Marshall Middle School
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…to the members of our staff Zombie Brigade – for ideas, for candy donations, for help in planning; for ‘day of’ setting up/breaking down the Zombie 5k Trail Run event
…to our sponsors: Oak View National Bank for t-shirts; US Foods and Wegman’s for after-race refreshments; Red Truck bakery for adult first place prizes; Foster’s Grille and Fauquier Community Theatre for adult raffle gift cards; private donations for youth first place race winners and youth raffle prizes
…to Jenny Hughes for clearing our 5k wooded trail
…to Kris Gastley and the National Jr. Honor Society for dressing as Zombies
…to Sarah Nutt and the Drama Club for doing spooky makeup and dressing as Zombies
…to Mr. Miller, our Principal and Mrs. Castaldy, our AP for their support and encouragement for this event
…to Victor O’Neill Studios; Laurie Gilmore, Kris Gastley for taking photos of the Zombie 5k Trail Run
First Place Adult Female: Elizabeth Basalyga ($40 Red Truck gift card/cookbook)
First Place Adult Male: Thomas Zieg ($40 Red Truck gift card/cookbook)
First Place Youth Female: Ainsley McCluskey (bucket of spooky goodies)
First Place Youth Male: Adam Cheek (bucket of spooky goodies)
Adult #1: $65 value: Dinner and Theatre tickets (signature illegible)
Adult #2: $40 Fosters Gift Cards – Amanda Luhowiak
Youth #1: $25 Amazon gift card – Caleb Sykes
Youth #2: $10 Amazon gift card – Adam Cheek
Youth #3: Giant bag of Kettle Corn – Ryan Cheek
Youth #4: Giant bag of Kettle Corn – Aneli Lizama
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Bruce McDaniel will become the interim principal at Greenville Elementary School beginning January 3, 2023, and lasting throughout the second semester of the 2022-2023 school year. The veteran administrator will take over for Principal Tim Gardner, who will fill an existing vacant position within FCPS.
Marshall C. “Clay” Campbell took an oath on November 16, 2022, to serve as the Scott District representative on the Fauquier County School Board. Campbell won the special election held on November 8, 2022, and assumed the seat previously held by Vincent Gallo. Gallo served as interim Scott District representative after being appointed by the Fauquier County School Board to fill the seat vacated on December 15, 2021, by Suzanne Sloane.
Fauquier County Public Schools (FCPS) recorded an on-time graduation rate of 94.8% in 2022, according to data released by the Virginia Department of Education. FCPS continued to achieve high graduation rates in all subgroup categories while maintaining a low dropout rate of 2.7%, compared to the state average of 5.2%.
The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has accredited all Fauquier County Public Schools for the 2022-2023 school year. Eighteen schools received the highest accreditation rating, and Pearson Elementary School is accredited with conditions. The VDOE bases accreditation ratings on a school accountability system that provides a comprehensive view of school quality.
Late Friday afternoon, the Culpeper Police Department informed Fauquier County Public Schools that Daniel Garrison, a science teacher at Auburn Middle School since 2016, died in Culpeper.* Auburn Middle School notified its staff and families early Saturday morning, and school officials have made plans to support students and staff when classes resume on Monday.