FCPS Receives $50,000 Grant to Support Teacher Mentor Program

The Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant, renewable for up to four additional years, to Frederick County Public Schools to support the school division’s Bridges to Success teacher mentor program. Bridges to Success has served approximately 500 new teachers over the past five years by providing ongoing professional development and […]

LEARNING BY DESIGN Names Frederick County Middle School Grand Prize Winner in 2017 Architectural Awards Showcase

LEARNING BY DESIGN magazine has recognized Frederick County Middle School as one of three Grand Prize Award winners in its 2017 Architectural Awards Showcase. The showcase, which is detailed in LEARNING BY DESIGN’s spring 2017 issue, highlights the nation’s best education design and construction projects from pre-K through high school to college and university facilities. […]

James Wood High School Football Coach Announces Retirement

James Wood High School football coach Mark McHale has resigned after leading the Colonels for the past four seasons. McHale, who also serves as a physical education teacher at James Wood, plans to retire at the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year. McHale says, “It was a privilege to return to my alma mater four […]

2017-18 Kindergarten Registration Scheduled for March 6-10

Frederick County Public Schools will conduct kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year from March 6-10 at each of the school division’s 11 elementary schools. Parents registering children to enter school for the first time in August 2017 should complete the registration process at the elementary school their child will attend. Specific registration times can […]

Frederick County Public Schools Awarded Project SEARCH Grant

The Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services has awarded Frederick County Public Schools a Project SEARCH Grant which will cover the cost associated with starting the program locally. The grant, awarded as part of a collaborative effort between Frederick County Public Schools, Winchester City Schools, the Virginia Department of Education and the Virginia Department […]

Superintendent Presents FY18 Budget Proposal to School Board

Frederick County Schools Superintendent David Sovine presented his FY18 budget proposal to the School Board during the Board’s meeting on February 7. The proposal totals $203.9 million and includes a request for an additional $5.7 million in local funding for the School Operating Fund as well as an additional $3 million for non-recurring capital needs […]

Frederick County School Board Extends Superintendent’s Contract

The Frederick County School Board voted at its meeting on January 17 to extend the contract of Schools Superintendent Dr. David Sovine through June 30, 2021. Sovine became the Superintendent of Frederick County Public Schools on July 1, 2011, when he succeeded Patricia Taylor following her retirement. School Board Chairman John Lamanna says, “Since becoming […]

Public Information Meeting on Armel Elementary School Addition/Renovation

Frederick County Public Schools will be hosting a public information meeting on Monday, December 12 regarding the Armel Elementary School addition/renovation that is anticipated to open in the fall of 2018.  The meeting, which will begin at 6:00 p.m., will be held in the cafeteria at Armel Elementary School. During the meeting, representatives from the […]

H.N. Funkhouser & Company Presents Schools With Grants Totaling $10,000

  For the 16th consecutive year, representatives from Winchester-based H.N. Funkhouser & Company have presented Frederick County Public Schools’ principals with grants from the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance. The grants, which were provided to each of the school division’s 20 schools, totaled $10,000. The funds will be used to support math and science programs. Schools Superintendent […]

School Board Adopts 2018-2023 Capital Improvement Plan

  The Frederick County School Board has adopted its 2018-2023 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and taken action to seek appropriation from the Board of Supervisors to proceed with its top three priorities- construction of a fourth high school, the Armel Elementary School addition/renovation and construction of the county’s 12th elementary school. According to the CIP, the fourth […]

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