Key Club serenades guests at historical society event

The Fonda-Fultonville High School Key Club brought the sounds of the holiday season to the Charleston Historical Society’s “Christmas in the Country” event on Dec. 2.  The Key Club sang carols and played instrumental holiday melodies. Key Club member Delaney Grady sang a solo of “Silent Night” which was compelling in the setting of the … Continue reading “Key Club serenades guests at historical society event”

Middle school 1st quarter honor roll

Principal’s List Grade 5 Aria Bose-Mullick, Tristan Chan, Reba Chesebro, Mackenzi Dowgielewicz, Grace Furnare, Ryleigh George, Kayla Gulick, Kyla McRedmond, James Mokay, Teagan Moran, Nicholas Myers, Sigourney Myles, Colin Pickering, Zoey Taylor and Gabriella Tesiero Grade 6 Stephanie Calkins, Jake Curtis, Cassandra Denton, Colton Dowgielewicz, Gianna Forsey, Ayden Frederick, Allison Gillis, Ashley Glode, Jake Hernigle, … Continue reading “Middle school 1st quarter honor roll”

Student wins company’s art contest

Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School student Karina DeMallie won the Sargent Art company’s “A Brighter World” art contest.  Submissions were received from all over the United States. Winning entries were selected for various levels. DeMallie was selected as the elementary-level winner for her artwork of a bull dog inspired by artist Dean Russo. DeMallie has received over $200 … Continue reading “Student wins company’s art contest”

Student artwork displayed at conference in New York City

Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School students Fredrik Keller and Kilee Marriott represented the school district at the New York School Board Association and Art Teachers Association’s annual exhibit. The show was held Oct. 25-26 at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel on Seventh Avenue at 53rd Street in New York. Keller’s art work entitled “The Amazing … Continue reading “Student artwork displayed at conference in New York City”

Fifth graders visit college as part of ecosystems studies

Fifth graders recently took a trip to SUNY Cobleskill to wrap up their studies on ecosystems. Students visited the fish hatchery, dairy facilities, livestock barns, herpetology department and the plant conservatory. It was an opportunity for students to see real-world applications of what they learned in class.