|Primary (E-Com) Contact:||Marshall Middle School|
|Communications (#/text):||Click URL|
|Secondary Contact:||Christine Moschetti|
|Address / Area:||
4048 Zulla Road|
The Plains, VA 20198
|2nd Phone # (ext):||540-364-1551|
|Primary / Website URL:||http://www.fcps1.org/education/school/school.php?sectionid=17|
|UP IN SMOKE: The Saint James’ Green Team invites you to a serious conversation about the energy efficiency of our homes, churches, schools, and public buildings on Sunday January 17, 2016 at 4 PM, in the Parish Hall, Warrenton - Tell a friend - Pass it on |
June 16: Total energy usage through April 2011 is UP 2% compared to FY10 and April 2011 compared to April 2010 - UP 17%
April 18 update: March 2011 compared to March 2010 - DOWN 4%
March update: Total energy usage through January 2011 is down 1% compared to FY10.
From above link: David Graham, Vice Principal
1) Built 1973, 1989, 2002
2) Rooms 49
3) Square feet 102,880
4) Acres 37.9
5) Student capacity 658 / 699
6) Students registered 467
7) Total cost / square foot / FY09 - $1.69 (All electric)
8) Other heating - FY09 - $0
9) Total energy cost - FY09 - $173,975
10) Cost of energy / student / year - $373
11) EMCS - Energy Management Control Systems control temperatures by (central) computer based on work orders / requests from schools
12)Student occupancy - 67%
Updates 9/1/10 student enrollment
Updates 12/30/2010 - FY10 energy data (above)
From school web site:
Marshall Middle School (MMS) is one of 17 schools in the Fauquier County Public School Division (FCPS). MMS is located in a rural area on Zulla Road , one quarter of a mile north of Route 55, between the village of Marshall and the town of The Plains . MMS serves students in grades six, seven, and eight from the northern most part of the county to the newly rezoned area of Warrenton Lakes . The school zone for MMS consists of 330.4 square miles/211,468 acres. 72.7% of the county is forest and open space or pasture; 14% is used for agricultural crops and 2% intensely developed.The per capita income for Fauquier County residents is $31,288.(The Fauquier Guide) However, in the MMS school zone, the socioeconomic group ranges from the very wealthy to very poor families who live in houses without running water.
Marshall Junior High School (MJHS) opened in 1974 for students in grades seven, eight and nine. There were 447 students, 25 teachers, one librarian, one guidance counselor, one assistant principal, and a principal. The school was built as an open school or school without walls. Eventually walls were built to separate the classrooms. In 1987 a wing was added to house the technology and agriculture programs. As the student body continued to grow in the late 1980’s and 1990’s, nine trailers were added to accommodate the increased number of students and academic programs.
MJHS became MMS the 1995-96 school year as FCPS transitioned from the junior high to the middle school configuration, grades six, seven, and eight. There were 394 students, 32 teachers, one librarian, one guidance counselor, an assistant principal, and a principal.
A major construction and renovation project was completed in August 2002. Three classrooms in the original building and the agriculture lab in the technology wing were renovated. Twenty new classrooms, a chorus room, an orchestra room, and an auxiliary gym were built.The last interior walls, which were built in the summer of 2002, enclosed the library.MMS has a total of 48,775 square feet with a capacity of 658 students.