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Wiedenhoft comes to Fluvanna from Hanover County Public Schools, where he taught middle school social studies for eight years.  “I just want to thank the board and the administration for providing me with this exciting opportunity,” Wiedenhoft told the board.  “I look forward to joining the Fluvanna community and helping Fluvanna Middle School reach its goals.”  He added that he is excited about working with the social studies department. When asked if he is ready to become a Fluco, Wiedenhoft replied, “I’m on board – actually I think my Fluco shirt is already ordered – at least that is what my principal told me.”

Waller is a senior at Fluvanna High School and is president of the Student Government Association (SGA).  “Part of being SGA president is that you are responsible for being the student liaison with the school board, which is exciting because we are involved with a lot of the school,” Waller said.  Waller added that while she doesn’t have a favorite subject in school, she particularly enjoys SGA and the teacher cadet program.  “I love SGA because it is very hands on and it is helping the community,” she said.  “Teacher cadet I love – working with Ms. Grandstaff is so wonderful!” Waller plans to attend Bridgewater College and study special education.  “Special education is something I have a passion for,” she said. “It is very rewarding.  That is what I like – to make a difference in the world.”

School Board Chairman Camilla Washington closed the meeting by expressing her appreciation for the positive changes she sees in the recently published SOL scores.  “We did a lot of things differently over the past couple of years.  We knew the changes were needed; we knew we were on the right path – but the numbers are now starting to show it.  It goes to show that hard work really does pay off in the end. Sometimes you feel like you are digging deeper and deeper in the trench but when you look up and see numbers like this, you know that the hard work was not in vain. Thanks to everything for their hard work from the administration down to the classroom.    It means a lot, and I think that once we can share these numbers with our students, they will see and feel success and know that they can do it.”

In other news:

Jessica Cannon, transportation supervisor, told the board that there are still six vacancies for school bus drivers.  She said she is filling those with substitute drivers and staff currently.  There are three people in school bus driver classroom training at this time.

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