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PRESS RELEASE – January 27, 2020
On January 16, 2020, the Fluvanna Middle School library hosted the annual division level spelling bee. Thirteen students, grades 3-7, participated in the division spelling bee this year. Fifth grade student, Claire Bomberger, and sixth grade student, Brennan Pezalla, are this year’s division finalists. These students will go on to represent Fluvanna County in the Regional Scripps Spelling Bee, sponsored by The Daily Progress and The News Virginian, to be held at Albemarle High School on March 7, 2020. The winner of the Regional Bee will be invited to represent our community in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, DC.
Fluvanna County Public Schools’ Student Documentary Team Captures Changing Landscape in Education Across the State
PRESS RELEASE - December 13, 2019 Last February, FCHS Television Production teacher David Small was approached by former Fluvanna Superintendent Gena Keller, to work with her and the Virginia Department of Education in the production of a documentary with students...
PRESS RELEASE – October 30, 2019
Fluvanna placed Second in team results for Gruesome Playground Injuries. Best Actor/Actress Awards were given to Aiden Higginbotham “Doug” and Hollyn Pleasants “Kayleen.” The judges’ ranks were as tightly grouped as any theatre competition hosted in a number of years. Directors received scoring packets with the ranks/scores and their individual judges critiques.
Mr. Craig Edgerton serves as the drama coach.
Fluvanna will now advance to the VHSL Region 3C Theatre Festival on November 16 at Heritage High School in Lynchburg.
PRESS RELEASE – October 22, 2019
Fluvanna County High School has earned the Blue Star School Award for 2019 for W!SE Financial Literacy. This is the sixth consecutive year that the High School has received this honor. The High School administered W!SE certification tests for the first time during the 2013-2014 school year. The school earned an 86 percent pass rate on the test, with 235 high school students earning the credential during the 2018-19 school year.
PRESS RELEASE – October 17, 2019
Applications are now available for the Summer Residential Governor’s School. Students must be in either 10th or 11th grade, and be gifted or an advanced student in one of the following areas: Foreign Language, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Humanities, Math, Science, Technology, Agriculture, Medicine, Space or Marine science. Each Summer Residential Governor’s School focuses on one special area of interest. Students live on a college or university campus for up to four weeks each summer. During this time, students are involved in classroom and laboratory work, field studies, research, individual and group projects and performances, and seminars with noted scholars, visiting artists, and other professionals. In the three mentorships, students are selected to work side-by-side with research scientists, physicians, and a variety of other professionals. A director and student-life staff provide supervision of students 24 hours a day, throughout the program.