Wreath-making supplies and a bow will be provided. Bring a friend, your own pruning shears/cutters and any additional decorations that you may like!
The Board of Education has scheduled a curriculum committee meeting on Thursday, Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. in the superintendent’s office.
The annual conference is a professional development opportunity for educators to learn from experts.
The club has a long tradition of visiting the residents, so it’s no surprise that the students would be there for one of the residents’ big birthdays.
Who doesn’t love a birthday? Kindergartners teacher Wendy Sullivan recently held a birthday celebration for a beloved book character to engage her students in reading and writing. Sullivan’s class welcomed elementary art teacher Angela Bermas to celebrate the 16th birthday of Pigeon. The Pigeon book series by author Mo Willems is a class favorite. “We played … Continue reading “Kindergartners celebrate book character’s birthday”
It’s time to sign up for Community Walk! The program runs Dec. 2 through May 8, only on dates when school is in session. Community members can walk around the elementary and middle school buildings from 6:30 to 7 a.m. & 6 to 9 p.m. To participate in this program, please contact Megan Torniainen at (518) … Continue reading “Sign up for Community Walk”
Students and staff research historic FFCS class photos found in school basement
Members of both the boys and girls teams will represent FFCS at the state competition Saturday, Nov. 16 at SUNY Plattsburgh
Tis the season for severe weather! Find out where to look for closings, cancellations and/or early dismissals.
Students are learning about energy as a part of the sixth grade science curriculum.