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FCPS Focus - November 12, 2020
11/12/2020
The latest edition of Frederick County Public Schools’ E-newsletter FCPS Focus is now available.
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Dr. Sovine
End of First Quarter Update from Dr. Sovine
11/10/2020
Superintendent David Sovine provides an update as the first quarter of the 2020-21 school year comes to an end.
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Go Green Virginia
Frederick County Public Schools Recognized as Platinum Level Green School Division for 10th Consecutive Year
11/02/2020
For the 10th consecutive year, the Virginia School Boards Association has recognized Frederick County Public Schools as a Platinum Level Green School Division in the Green School's Challenge.
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2019 Project Search Graduates
2019 Project Search Graduates
10/23/2020
The Valley Health-Project SEARCH program has been recognized for achieving 100 percent competitive employment for the 2019 program graduates.
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Don't Feel Well? Stay Home When You Are Sick.
COVID Safety Precautions
10/20/2020
Reducing the spread COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses this fall and winter is more important than ever. Please do your part.
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National Merit Scholarship Program
National Merit Scholarship Recognitions
10/05/2020
James Wood High School student Benjamin Appling has been named a semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Frederick County Public Schools is also home to eight other students who have been named National Merit Scholarship Competition Commended Scholars.
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FCPS greater than VA
On-Time Graduation Rate
10/01/2020
Frederick County Public Schools’ on-time graduation rate for the Class of 2020 was 93 percent compared to Virginia’s rate of 92.3 percent. In addition to exceeding the state’s on-time graduation rate, the school division’s 4.3 percent dropout rate for the Class of 2020 was lower than the state’s rate of 5.1 percent.
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ASBO Meritorious Budget Award
FCPS Receives Meritorious Budget Award
09/15/2020
For the eighth consecutive year, the Association of School Business Officials International has recognized Frederick County Public Schools with a Meritorious Budget Award.
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SAT Scores of 2020 Graduates Exceed National Mean
09/14/2020
According to the College Board, the overall mean score of Frederick County Public Schools’ 2020 graduates who took the SAT was 1094. That exceeds the national mean score of public high school seniors by 64 points.
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Welcome Back to School
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School Meals
All Students Eligible for Free School Meals
09/04/2020
All Students Eligible for Free School Meals--- As a result of the U.S. Department of Agriculture extending its free school meals program, all students enrolled in Frederick County Public Schools are eligible to receive a free breakfast and lunch each day school is in session through December 22. The free meals are available to all students regardless of whether they are participating in hybrid or all distance learning.
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Continuing to address the COVID-19 pandemic
Continuing to Address COVID-19
09/04/2020
Frederick County Public Schools is continuing to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Shannyn DeHaven
FCPS Names Shannyn DeHaven its 2021 Teacher of the Year
08/18/2020
Please join us in congratulating James Wood High School Math Teacher Shannyn DeHaven who has been named the 2021 Frederick County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. The other finalists were Evendale Elementary School Kindergarten Teacher Gina Carty and Armel Elementary School First Grade Teacher Samantha Willoughby.
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