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Fluvanna County School Board Approves 2021-2022 School Calendar

PRESS RELEASE - March 18, 2021 On Wednesday, March 10, 2021, the Fluvanna County School Board adopted a school calendar for the 2021-22 school year. The school calendar was developed with input from parents and school staff. The key elements of the 2021-2022 calendar...


PRESS RELEASE - February 5, 2021 In an effort to provide data to our school community, Fluvanna County Public Schools has launched a COVID-19 Dashboard.  This dashboard will reflect the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases recorded each week.  This data is also reported...

Fluvanna County School Board Announces Superintendent Search

PRESS RELEASE - December 15, 2020 For Immediate Release On December 9, 2020, Mr. Winkler, Superintendent, announced his retirement effective June 30, 2021, and at this time the Fluvanna County School Board announced they will begin the process of hiring a new...

FCPS November 2020 Return to School

Dear Fluco Families,  At their October meeting, the Fluvanna County School Board voted to resume in-person learning on November 5, 2020 under a hybrid model for all PreK-12 students. Families will still be given the choice to continue with the virtual learning...

Parent Feedback Survey: FCPS Revisiting Reopening Plans

Dear Fluco Families,

On Wednesday, October 14, 2020 our school board will be revisiting discussions regarding reopening plans, and we would like to provide them with updated feedback from our families now that we are a month into virtual learning. We will provide an additional update regarding our instructional plans following the meeting.

In accordance with our current COVID mitigation strategies, we would utilize our Hybrid Instructional plan to return to in-person learning two days per week. In this proposed hybrid model, the majority of our teachers will be assigned to either in-person or virtual/remote students. This will allow our teachers to focus their instructional efforts exclusively on one group, ensuring a quality experience for every student.  This means that your child may not have the same teacher they have had since September 8th.  Schools will communicate directly with families regarding teacher assignments.

There is a possibility of additional days per week for in-person instruction if classroom and bus capacity meets the criteria of our Health Mitigation Plan.  Ultimately, the number of days that students will attend on-site will depend on the interest for in-person learning that we receive from families. Face mask coverings will continue to be required for all staff and students at all times, with the exceptions of designated mask breaks and outside activities. 

Please know that even if there is a decision to return to in-person learning, we will continue to provide the choice for virtual/remote learning to our families for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. We are requesting that you please complete this survey ( for each student in your household by October 6, 2020 to provide information regarding your instructional preference for your child.