FCPS staff show their support by sporting pink!
Chef Darensburg and his culinary arts classes cater many special events at the high school, such as the Dual Enrollment Opportunities Luncheon for Fayette-Ware College/Career and Technical Academy and Southwest Tennessee Community College.
Mrs. Banks’ 8th grade social studies classes at East Junior High School took a step back in time when they reenacted the People vs. Captain Thomas Preston.
Imagine if your child came home from school with a brand new pair of shoes, free of charge. That’s just what happened to students at LaGrange-Moscow Elementary School. Every student.
Fayette County Public Schools offered professional development provided by the State Comptroller’s office for Internal School funds relating to School Support Organizations.
Business leaders in the Somerville area were treated to brunch sponsored by the Fayette Chamber and a presentation of Superintendent King’s strategic 5-year plan, Imagine 21.
Everyone knows the importance of giving back but not everyone takes the time or makes the effort to do so. This cannot be said of Travis Wilson, a class of 2000 graduate from Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School who recently visited the College, Career, and Technical Education Academy.
One of our goals is to create stability for our students and community around school leadership.
Community engagement is a focal point for FCPS, as it can be a positive force for social transformation. It also helps build mutually beneficial relationships while enhancing the well-being of people and communities.
The Fayette-Ware Wildcats’ junior varsity team played the Adamsville Cardinals for their last game of the season. The Wildcats stood strong and continued their winning streak to remain undefeated.