Fauquier County School Board C0211
Published by George Mason University Libraries
The Fauquier County School Board's responsibilities dictated by the statutes of Virginia and the regulations of the Virginia Board of Education are to operate the public schools of Fauquier County by providing them with policy for the day-to-day supervision of schools, establishing goals and objectives for each aspect of the school system's operation based upon the identified needs of the community, and to provide a framework of general rules and guidelines for school system administration affecting major educational and financial issues of the Fauquier County School Division. The five School Board members are elected for four-year terms; one member represents each of the county's five magisterial (election) districts.
This collection contains the records of the Fauquier County School Board compiled from the papers of Lawrence D. Czarda, a member of the school board. The majority of the collection consists of correspondence, memorandums, reports, fiscal plans, drafts, transparencies, and data charts and graphs. To a lesser extent, the collection also consists of agendas, proposals, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, newsletters, bulletins, brochures, resolutions, maps, business cards, calendars, and floppy disks. Subjects of interest include the history of Fauquier schools, membership and population projections, expenditures and revenues, the middle school movement and the controversy of grade configurations in the schools, facility needs, Lord Fairfax Community College-- Fauquier campus, and attracting businesses to the county. The collection is dated from 1986 to 1996 and consists of three boxes. It is arranged alphabetically by subject title.
The collection is arranged alphabetically by subject.
Collection is open to research.
There are no restrictions.
Special Collections Research Center also holds the Mary Ann Lecos papers that contain information on the Fairfax County School Board.
Fauquier County (Va.)
Fauquier County School Board Records, Collection #C0211, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Donated by Lawrence D. Czarda.
Processed in 2012 by Joey Romeo. EAD markup completed in 2012 by Joey Romeo.