Division News

  • School Board Actions 8-19-19

    The Fauquier County School Board met August 19, 2019, and took the following official actions. For further information on these items, see supporting documents with the August 19, 2019, School Board agenda on the school division web page.

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  • Mason Film Lab Documentary ‘W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy’ To Debut In A Celebratory Evening For The Community

    FAIRFAX, VA – “W.C. Taylor High School: A Legacy,” the first documentary produced within the Mason Film Lab, will make its debut at a celebration event on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at 4 p.m. in the Addison E. Lightfoot Auditorium of Fauquier High School, followed by a dinner with the film’s participants. The “Celebration of the William C. Taylor High School Legacy” evening is open to the public. The evening will include a free screening of the film, followed by a dinner with alumni (tickets required). The evening is presented by the William C. Taylor High School Alumni Committee, Taylor Middle School, and George Mason University’s Film at Mason program. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the Hazzard Johnson Memorial Fund. The community is invited to come meet the alumni of Wm. C. Taylor High School and to learn the legacy of the innovative school. You can watch a behind the scenes look at the making of the documentary now at https://vimeo.com/343508720.

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  • Liberty High School Awarded Innovation Planning Grant

    Fauquier County Public Schools and Liberty High School are proud to announce the award of $50,000 for the 2019 Virginia Department of Education’s High School Innovation Grant. This first-year innovation planning grant – awarded to only five school divisions in the state - will allow Liberty High School to expand their vision of creating opportunities for students as they prepare for life during and after high school.

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  • Liberty High School Hosts Screening of Sundance-Selected Documentary, Most Likely to Succeed

    On Monday, August 19 at 4 p.m., Fauquier County Public Schools will take part in Most Likely to Succeed’s worldwide campaign to re-imagine education. The screening will be hosted by Liberty High School in Bealeton and will be open to the public. A post-film discussion will be led by Ted Dintersmith, author of What School Could Be: Insights and Inspiration from Teachers Across America.

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  • 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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  • Family and Consumer Science Textbooks Available for Review

    Teachers, administrators, parents, and other interested stakeholders are invited to an open house to review family and consumer science textbooks recommended for adoption. Anyone interested may drop by the Library and Media Services Office (formerly the Teacher Resource Center) located in Central Complex Building A at 430 East Shirley Avenue from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following days:

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