Division News

  • School Division to Institute Summer Hours

    Again this year, in an effort to save money in utility costs, Fauquier County Public Schools will institute a four-day work week for employees who work during the summer.

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  • Camp Creation Coming in June

    Fauquier County Public Schools will offer two weeks of “Camp Creation” STEM camps this summer for rising first through eighth-grade students. The four-day camps run from 8 a.m. to noon during the week of June 10-13 at Liberty High School and June 17-20 at Kettle Run High School. Cost is $75 per session per participant.

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  • Superintendent's Scramble Golf Tournament Set for June 17

    Fauquier Excellence In Education Foundation is proud to announce its 20th annual golf tournament on Monday, June 17th at Fauquier Springs Country Club. This year’s title sponsors are STANTEC and ABM Facility Support Services.

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  • BOB Now Fully Accessible Thanks to Community Partnerships

    Books on the Bus (BOB) is introducing a new feature this spring, thanks to the collaboration of local nonprofits and the generous support of Sonny Merryman, Inc. The Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation (FEIEF) was awarded a grant of $850 from the Jesse and Rose Loeb Foundation in 2018 to fund the purchase and installation of an interlock system, a safety feature that prevents a vehicle from starting when a wheelchair lift is in use.

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  • Mark Marchinetti Named New Principal at Pearson Elementary School

    At the May 13 Fauquier County School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. David Jeck introduced Mark Marchinetti, 40, as the new principal of Pearson Elementary School effective July 1. After serving as assistant principal at Southeastern Alternative School since 2014, Marchinetti will take over from current Pearson Principal Wendy Wilcox, who announced in February that she would be retiring.

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  • Debbie Diaz-Arnold Named New Principal at Miller Elementary School

    At the May 13 Fauquier County School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. David Jeck introduced Debbie Diaz-Arnold as the new principal of Grace Miller Elementary School effective July 1. After serving as assistant principal at P.B. Smith Elementary for the past two years, Diaz-Arnold will take over from Principal Bruce McDaniel, who announced last month he would be retiring. Diaz-Arnold will be the first Hispanic female school principal in FCPS.

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  • Mark Malloy Named New Principal at Warrenton Middle School

    At the May 13 Fauquier County School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. David Jeck introduced Mark Malloy, 45, as the new principal of Warrenton Middle School effective July 1. After serving as an assistant principal at Kettle Run High School for the past four years, Malloy will take over from eleven-year Warrenton Principal Barbara Bannister, who announced last month she would be retiring.

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  • School Board Actions 5-13-19

    The Fauquier County School Board met May 13, 2019, and took the following official actions. For further information on these items, see supporting documents with the May 13, 2019, School Board agenda on the school division web page.

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  • Liberty Eagles Create a Magnificent Musical Memory

    Liberty Eagles are always up for a challenge. Their latest mission? Coming up with a way to get the entire school community involved in celebrating the Bealeton high school's 25th anniversary.

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  • Defense Acquisition University Engineering Management Workshop Offered as Summer Camp

    Fauquier County Public Schools and Defense Acquisition University will conduct an Engineering Management Workshop summer camp from June 3-7 at Kettle Run High School. The camp is for rising ninth through 12th graders.

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  • Innovation Festival Set for May 11

    The Fauquier County Public Schools Innovation Festival will take place 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. May 11 in the gymnasium at Fauquier High School. The Innovation Festival is a community celebration of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). The event is free and open to the public.

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