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SOCIAL STUDIES TEXTBOOKS AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW

PRESS RELEASE – March 14, 2019

At its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 10, the Fluvanna County School Board will consider adoption of the textbook committee’s recommendation for textbooks for social studies.

The recommended textbooks and instructional materials will be on public display at the School Board Office weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from March 14, 2019 through April 9, 2019. Questions about the evaluation and adoption process should be directed to Brenda Gilliam at bgilliam@mail.fluco.org or (434) 589-8208.

The public is invited to make public comment to the School Board about the adoption at its April 10 meeting.

FLUVANNA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS APPOINTS NEW STAFF

PRESS RELEASE – February 28, 2019

At a scheduled Fluvanna County School Board Meeting on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, the Fluvanna County School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Ms. Valarie Marsh as the new FCPS Transportation Supervisor. The division organized a school-based panel of team leaders, received multiple applications and conducted several interviews before selecting Ms. Marsh.

60,000 Elementary Students Ready for Virginia Reads One Book 2019

PRESS RELEASE – February 26, 2019

Fluvanna County elementary schools are excited to participate this year in the Virginia Reads One Book program. West Central Primary, Central Elementary and Carysbrook Elementary are among 143 Virginia elementary schools and their families who are all set to read the same book together in March. “We’re excited that in this second year of Virginia Reads One Book the number of participating students has grown from 40,000 to 60,000 students,” says Read to Them Executive Director John Dwyer.

FLUVANNA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANNUAL GEOGRAPHY BEE RESULTS

PRESS RELEASE – February 22, 2019

The month of January, our students were buzzing with excitement with the annual National Geographic Bee competition.

The National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 31st year, was held in grades fourth through eighth to determine each school champion. School champions then took a qualifying test, which they submitted to the National Geographic Society, to determine eligibility to participate in the State Geographic Bee. The following students were named school champions for Fluvanna County Public Schools: Carysbrook 1st Place – 4th grade student Zander Childers, Fluvanna Middle School 1st Place – 5th grade student Andrew Jamison, and Fluvanna County High School 1st place – Autumn Moore.