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  • January 19Congratulations to Damon Everard '21 who will represent Fluvanna in the virtual All District XIII Choir
  • January 5SOL tests will be Jan. 22-27
  • October 2Save $6 by pre-ordering your 2021 "Things Change" FCHS Yearbook at

Ways to stay positive during Covid

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January 21, 2021

According to some speculations, Covid-19 has been present in the U.S since as early as December. This infection spread like wild-fire, causing lockdowns all across the world. Even today, some states in...

Making school and work mix

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January 13, 2021

School is a part of a teen’s life from the very beginning, whether you want it to be or not. That’s already stressful enough, but what about the students who are juggling  a job and school at the...

The Mental and Physical Health of Student Athletes: How to Maintain a Healthy Balance.

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January 6, 2021

As if dealing with the complexities of Covid weren’t enough, some feel that student athletes’ lives have gotten even more confusing than those of the average student. On top of grades and education,...

How to Navigate Sharing a Virtual Workspace

How to Navigate Sharing a Virtual Workspace
January 6, 2021

Sharing a virtual workspace is tricky. Whether it’s with siblings, friends, or your entire family, it can be very hard to do your best in trying circumstances. With Fluvanna switching to a hybrid...

3 Helpful Tools for Virtual Students

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December 7, 2020

With classes being virtual, it can be hard to keep tabs on when assignments are due and for which class. However, the following tools can provide students with some help and relief from the pressures of...

Staff Struggle with Going Hybrid

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November 12, 2020

While teachers might have been excited to see students roaming the halls again when the hybrid learning format began on Nov. 5, some say they feel that having students onsite does come at a price. Not...

Making Masks Work

Hybrid students will be required to wear a mask everyday, all day while inside of the school.
October 28, 2020

Fluvanna County has decided to go back hybrid, with approximately 600 students choosing to be hybrid and 900 choosing to stay virtual. What will being on a hybrid schedule look like? Hybrid students will...

Making the Best Virtual Sports

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October 21, 2020

No one could have ever imagined a world where sports viewing opportunities would halt, then become virtual. But with little to choose from, virtual sports has become popular and successful in these times...

Dealing With a Non-Ideal Virtual Class Space

Allyson Lounsbury excited to start the school day.
October 17, 2020

Due to the out-of-the-ordinary virtual start to the school year, students have had to come up with their own way of making a workplace for themselves. Many students have struggled with the change, while...

Customing Your Virtual Classroom

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October 14, 2020

Turning your basement, bedroom, or even your kitchen into a learning environment may seem challenging, but it’s not impossible. Sophomore Molly Pace turned her basement into a virtual classroom all...

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