Fonda-Fultonville is proud to announce that seven of the district’s eight fall sports teams are recognized as Scholar-Athlete teams. To qualify, three-quarters of the team’s roster must have a GPA above 90 percent. “We are very proud of all of our fall sports teams for their performances both in the classroom and on the field,” Athletics … Continue reading “Fall sports teams earn Scholar-Athlete recognition”
The high school Skype Club recently participated in a video chat session with Chittagong Grammar Secondary School in Dhaka.
The one-act comedy peeks into the world of auditioning and the realities of being a teenager and a student actor.
When veterans entered the auditorium, they were honored with a processional to music played by the High School Wind Ensemble as elementary school students waved American flags.
The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District Board of Education has scheduled the following meetings: The Policy Committee will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 4 p.m. in the Superintendent’s Office. The Audit Committee will meet on Monday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Superintendent’s Office. A Regular Board of Education meeting will be held on Monday, Nov. … Continue reading “Board of Education has upcoming meetings”
Fonda-Fultonville High School Spanish Club students recently created traditional sugar skulls in an activity to celebrate and learn more about the Mexican holiday the Day of the Dead.
On Monday, Oct. 30, U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko visited Mrs. Mary Brown’s Participation in Government and Economics classes. Students had the opportunity to ask questions about current events and politics, ranging from education, environmental disaster, the opioid epidemic, health care, foreign relations, immigration, gun control and freedom of expression. Congressman Tonko also explained a typical … Continue reading “Government students talk politics with congressman”
The National Junior Honor Society is an organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students.
The initiative raised more than $600 to support locals who are fighting the disease.
Students Hailey Briggs, Hannah Wozniak, Katie Joyce, Jen Keehan, Abby Chicoski and Rhyana Simonds are at the convention with teacher Sheri Boardman through Friday.