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FLUVANNA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL’S PLAN FOR MEAL DISTRIBUTION DURING COVID-19 CLOSURE

PRESS RELEASE – March 16, 2020

As we all take precautions to protect ourselves and others from the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we can not forget that our students and children still need good food.

There are many children in our community that rely on the free and reduced-price meals they receive at school. These meals may be the only nutritious food that they will receive on a given day. Therefore, FCPS is offering grab and go meals free of charge to children, 18 years and under, from low-income areas.

Each child will receive 5 breakfast and 5 lunch meals that meet USDA meal pattern requirements. The meals will consist of items that families can prepare at home as well as ready to eat items. Food safety guidelines and food preparation instructions will be included with the meals.

Meals may be picked up at the Fluvanna County High School cafeteria on Tuesday, March 17 and Wednesday, March 18 from 7 a.m. -4 p.m. Per USDA guidelines, an adult must be accompanied by a child in order to receive the meals.

If assistance is needed with transportation, call the front office at your child’s school between 10 a.m. -3 p.m. to make arrangements for home delivery.The USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.

World Languages Textbooks Available for Review

PRESS RELEASE – March 12, 2020

At its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the Fluvanna County School Board will consider adoption of the textbook committee’s recommendation for a textbook for world languages.

Fluvanna County High School is Accepting Applications for the 2020 Paul W. Bragg Scholarship

PRESS RELEASE – March 10, 2020

Fluvanna County High School is pleased to announce the availability of the Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Fund application. Established by Mr. Bragg’s will, and managed by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, the scholarship is meant “to provide undergraduate college assistance based on both need and merit to graduates of Fluvanna County High School.” The Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee was formed to develop the eligibility rules, to develop the number of scholarships to be awarded in a given year and the amounts, to develop the application and submission procedures including deadlines, and to develop a brochure to publicize this scholarship fund.

FLUVANNA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS’ ANNUAL DIVISION SPELLING BEE

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 Advances to the VHSL Region 3C Theatre Festival

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.