Fonda-Fultonville students showcased their ingenuity and creativity on at the Olympics of the Visual Arts on April 6 at the Saratoga City Center. The event featured participation by 877 students from across the state. FFCS students competed in the fashion and architecture problem categories. Joey Susi, Ty Sanges, Tristan Cline and Matheu Dettenrieder competed as … Continue reading “PHOTOS: FFCS wins big at Olympics of the Visual Arts”
They didn’t let a rough road get in their way at the state competition.
The Fonda-Fultonville High School Key Club earned distinct recognition and multiple awards at the annual New York District Key Club Leadership Training Conference in Albany from March 31 to April 2. Junior Tyler Kearns was recognized by the New York District Key Club of Key Club International with the high honor of distinguished lieutenant governor … Continue reading “Fonda-Fultonville High School Key Club earns awards”
A game without rules showed Samantha Stead’s middle school students the importance of laws and government. Team Seneca Gold recently played “Anything Goes” to begin learning about government in the Western Hemisphere. The students read a poem which explained the directions, revealing there were no rules or directions. Each group was given twelve paper clips … Continue reading “Game without rules shows the importance of laws in social studies class”
Students Keira Crahan, Avery Griffin, Lauren Braun, Delena James, Morgan Hickey and Emma Pitts were recognized.
Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School recently hosted community members who read to students for the “Story and a Slice” event, featuring an evening of pizza, drinks, and books! Families met and mingled in the foyer, shopped the student-run bookstore, had pizza in the cafeteria, then moved into classrooms to listen to community members read aloud. The school … Continue reading “PHOTOS: Community members join FFES for Story and a Slice”
The winners of the contest were Deacon Cross, Shelby Crahan, and Isaac Rivenberg.