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Press release provided by Culpeper County Schools:
County winners to be announced May 11
The 2015-16 Culpeper County Public Schools Teacher and CCPS Classified Employee of the Year will be named at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 11th at the School Board Meeting held at Eastern View High School forum.
All ten public schools and the TRIER Program in Culpeper County selected a Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year. Classified Employees of the Year were also chosen from the maintenance and transportation departments and the central office.
The County Teacher of the Year will represent the school division in the 2015-16 Virginia Teacher of the Year competition. This annual program honors teachers who represent the best in teaching in the Commonwealth.
Selected as Teacher of the Year at each school are the following:
· Culpeper County High School Heidi Murphy
· Eastern View High School Sarah Fitzgerald
· Culpeper Middle School Denise Dodson
· Floyd T. Binns Middle School Heather Johnston
· TRIER Alternative Program Gwendolyn Michelle Edwards
· A.G. Richardson Elementary Kelly Simpson
· Emerald Hill Elementary Cynthia Rogers
· Farmington Elementary Keri Nicholson
· Pearl Sample Elementary Alyson Hokanson
· Sycamore Park Elementary Gretchen Hodgson
· Yowell Elementary School Patricia Ann Lucas
Selected as Classified Employee of the Year from each school and department are the following:
· Culpeper County High School Mark Dennis
· Eastern View High School Steven Carpenter
· Culpeper Middle School Yolanda Shanks
· Floyd T. Binns Middle School Gregory Martin
· TRIER Alternative Program Suzanne Bennett
· A.G. Richardson Elementary Nancy Sink
· Emerald Hill Elementary Jason Stanley
· Farmington Elementary Linda Gray
· Pearl Sample Elementary Susan Sublett
· Sycamore Park Elementary Rocky Minor
· Yowell Elementary School Jennifer Lewis
· Maintenance Lawrence Plaster
· Transportation Billy Dodson
· Central Office Patricia Settle
CCPS congratulates all those employees who were selected as Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year.
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Press release by Culpeper County Public Schools:
Culpeper County Public Schools will hold a Math 24 Tournament on March 26, 2015 in the Floyd T. Binns Middle School gymnasium. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m., and the program will begin at 5:50. The 24 Game® is a fun way to help students sharpen math skills such as computation, number sense, patterns, and critical thinking. Elementary and middle schools will send their top four contestants for each grade level from third through eighth grades to the tournament. The winners of the Culpeper tournament will then compete in the regional tournament, to be held on April 30 in Orange County.
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From Culpeper County Schools:
Culpeper County School Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed fiscal 2016 budget for Culpeper County Public Schools on Monday, February 9, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the County Administration Office, 302 N. Main Street.
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Press Release by Culpeper Police Department:
The Culpeper Police Department is currently investigating an incident where a Culpeper County Public School bus traveling on its morning route headed to Floyd T. Binns Middle school was struck with an apparent BB around 7:00am on October 29, 2014. When the bus was traveling on the 500 block of North Main Street a projectile hit a side window of the bus shattering the glass.
This area is located at the intersection of Main Street and Evans Street. The school bus did have students on the bus at the time of the incident however there were no injuries to any student or the bus driver.
Based upon the preliminary investigation, it appears the bus was struck with a BB projectile. Officers canvassed the immediate area this morning. “As always, the safety of our students and staff remains of utmost concern. We are taking this incident very seriously and will continue to work with law enforcement. We commend our staff for the way they handled this incident and the professionalism of the law enforcement officers working this case” states Stacey L. Timmons Executive Director of Human Resources for Culpeper County Public Schools.
If anyone with any information is urged to contact Detective Sean Sumey at (540) 829 – 5523 or you can always call anonymously Culpeper Crime Solvers at (540) 727-0300. If you provide any information that leads to an arrest, a cash reward will be given.