• Annual Report 2016-2017

    Annual Report 2016-2017

    Dear friends of FCPS,
    The state requires that each year, every division superintendent produce a divisional report, or “checkup,” regarding the overall health of the school division. I am happy to report that FCPS is healthy, vigorous, and strong.

    2016-2017 was a very good year, and not just because we only had a few snow days. Our average SAT scores rose by 68 points to an all-time high of 1125. Our graduation rate was 95.5% for the class of 2017. This is a remarkable number, good enough to be ranked #1 among school divisions with enrollments between 8,000-15,000, and 16th overall. FCPS also saw 18 of 19 schools earn full state accreditation (one school is considered “approaching” accreditation, missing the benchmark in reading by one point).

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    Annual Report 2015-2016

    Thank you for taking the time to review my annual report. I am definitely proud to report on the amazing achievements of our students and staff. If you would like to dig deeper and read more about official FCPS achievement data, please take the time to visit the new and improved reporting vehicle on the Virginia Department of Education website; you will find it at schoolquality.virginia.gov where you are able to see state, division and individual school data.

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  •  2014-2015

    Annual Report 2014-2015

    Thank you for taking the time to review my annual report. In keeping with the theme of the last two years, we are focusing on the accomplishments of our students and staff.

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  •  2013-2014

    Annual Report 2013-2014

    Because I know that time is a precious commodity, I am grateful that you are sharing some of your time with me. Thank you for choosing to take a few moments to look through this, my second annual report to the citizens of Fauquier County.

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  •  2012-2013

    Annual Report 2012-2013

    I am grateful you have taken the time and effort to open this annual report and look through it. This is my first official report to the citizenry of Fauquier County since I became superintendent on May 1, 2013.

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  •  2011-2012

    Annual Report 2011-2012

    This Superintendent’s Annual Report provides highlights from school year 2011-2012, including data on key performance indicators.

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  •  2010-2011

    Annual Report 2010-2011

    This Superintendent’s Annual Report provides highlights from school year 2010-2011, including data on key performance indicators.

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  •  2009-2010

    Annual Report 2009-2010

    This Superintendent’s Annual Report provides highlights from last school year, including data on key performance indicators.

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  •  2008-2009 (1)

    Annual Report 2008-2009 (2 Reports)

    This fall Fauquier County Public Schools will begin a strategic planning process. There were two reports released for this school year.

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  •  2007-2008

    Annual Report 2007-2008

    What we do as a school division matters to you as citizens of Fauquier County. I hope this, my first Superintendent’s Annual Report, will be helpful to you in understanding that journey.

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  •  2006-2007

    Annual Report 2006-2007

    This report contains the most recent data available on Fauquier County Public Schools. Using this and other data, we will continue to devise and implement plans and strategies for increased student learning.

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  •  2005-2006

    Annual Report 2005-2006

    The purpose of the report is to provide information about the trends and progress of the school division from year to year.

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  •  2004-2005

    Annual Report 2004-2005

    The purpose of the report is to provide information about the trends and progress of the school division from year to year.

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  • 2003-2004

    Annual Report 2003-2004

    The purpose of the report is to provide information about the trends and progress of the school division from year to year.

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