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Students wait in line to change their class schedule. Just six days before the new Fluvanna County High School was slated to receive its first students on Aug. 13, Principal James Barlow stood in an entry hallway, studying his notes, and rubbing his forehead.

“We’re short on desks and chairs,” said Barlow. “We’re making do with old desks and chairs until the new ones come in September. Students will have a place to sit.”

 

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Gayle Von KeyserlingAfter the drastic million-dollar budget cuts to Fluvanna County Public Schools in May, one of first the programs cut was Adult Education. The elimination included Families Learning Together, which educates parents in order to help their young children succeed in school. But Gayle Von Keyserling and Mary Ott, who ran the program, couldn’t bear to say goodbye to the people they had come to love and know.

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Gena KellerGena Keller’s first two years as Fluvanna County Public Schools superintendent have been a trial by fire. With million dollar budget cuts, a new but controversial high school opening, an impending double audit, and federal and state education legislation changing each year – every day presents a new challenge. She speaks cautiously, yet optimistically about the school year ahead.

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High school ribbon cuttingThe $57 million Fluvanna County High School was officially opened on Sunday (Aug. 5) after a ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Fluvannians wait to tour high schoolIt seemed everyone in the county showed up to see what was inside the building they watched being erected over the past few years.

The crowds kept teachers and student-government volunteers busy Thursday (July 26) taking hundreds on tours of the new high school building.

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