The one-act comedy peeks into the world of auditioning and the realities of being a teenager and a student actor.
FFCS was one of 34 school districts represented at the art exhibition, but DeMallie’s and Placencia’s pieces were the only examples of light painting photography.
FFCS was one of 35 schools represented at the event, which drew 945 students.
“It is not an easy job, and people just don’t realize the responsibilities that a bus driver has.”
Fifth grade students in Laura Hayes-Bowles’ class learned about the scientific method for the first four weeks of school. The class recorded data in charts, made graphs and completed several labs, including the end-of-unit “challenge lab.” Each student could choose their own experiment to perform, such as “Which ball will bounce higher from 100 centimeters?” and … Continue reading “Students learn about the scientific method”
New Buddy Bench is helping students foster kindness and making sure that no one feels left out on the playground.
Inductees were honored at halftime during the homecoming football game on Oct. 14.
In a year and a half, this small group of employees has raised approximately $1,700 that they’ve donated to individuals and organizations in need.
Representatives from the organization presented the “Stop, Drop & Roll of Bullying.”
Fonda-Fultonville’s annual Community Swim and Senior Swim programs are underway from now until June 14. Community Swim is held on Sundays from 1 to 3 p.m., and Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Senior Swim is held on Thursdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Important note: Be sure to check the school calendar frequently to ensure … Continue reading “The pool is open for Community Swim”