Fluvanna County Public Schools Department of Student Services
Department of Student Services Links
- Student Services Home
- Student Services Document Library
- Abrams Academy
- Foster Care (VDOE)
- Homeless Education Services
- Home Schooling (VDOE)
- Tuition Application for Out of County and-or Tuition Paying Students
NOTE: This form is intended to be printed, filled out, and returned to the Department of Student Services
- Homeschool Notice of Intent for Parents
- Homebound Instruction Medical Certification of Need
- Homebound Instruction Medical – Parent Signature Page
- Department of Student Services Intranet
(NOTE: Access to the Student Services Intranet requires a valid Fluvanna County Public Schools staff account.)
Executive Director of Human Resources, Operations, and Student Services
FCPS Foster/Homeless Liaison
Student Services Specialist
(o) 434-510-1008 ext 1637
Fluvanna County Public Schools Equity and Anti-Racism Statement
Fluvanna County Public Schools (FCPS) rejects all forms of racism as destructive to the Division’s mission, vision, values, and goals. FCPS commits to identifying and eliminating the factors that contribute to intolerance, inequities, and academic disparities in our division.
Educational equity means that all children receive what they need to develop their full academic and social potential. As a division, we are intentional in our efforts to replace the factors that may lead to inequities, including racism, discrimination, and prejudice, with attitudes and behaviors that reflect acceptance, belonging, compassion, integrity, understanding, fairness, cooperation, and respect.
FCPS educators and staff members play a vital role in reducing racism and inequity by recognizing the manifestations of racism, creating culturally inclusive learning and working environments, along with addressing practices that directly or indirectly perpetuate racism through our teaching, modeling, and practice. These inequities were created over time and can be eliminated. Similarly, personal prejudice is learned and can be unlearned. This will be accomplished through continued efforts of collaboration and action steps. We owe this to our students, staff, and community.