Students are learning about energy as a part of the sixth grade science curriculum.
FFCS welcomes certified therapy dogs Finn and Sadie on select days.
Whodunit? Students in Lynn Trevett’s seventh grade English Language Arts classes recently investigated a mock crime scene to kick off their mystery unit. Students are reading independent mystery novels of their own choosing this month. “In class we are reading some exciting, edge of your seat literature by Edgar Allen Poe, along with some other … Continue reading “7th graders investigate mock crime scene to kickoff mystery unit”
There are a couple repeat winners who took first place last year, too!
The departments receive feedback from parents about how the presentations have helped in real emergencies.
The Fonda-Fultonville Community Foundation on Oct. 4 awarded scholarships to five students to pay for their College in the High School courses taken through Fulton-Montgomery Community College. The foundation’s mission is to promote a common goal of academic excellence and cultural experiences. Its goal is to be a resource that organizations can go to for … Continue reading “Foundation awards scholarships for College in the High School courses”
If not, the school office may not have your email address on file.
The Fonda-Fultonville Athletics Hall of Fame Selection Committee is proud to announce the induction of two alumni athletics champions into this year’s class. Matthew Mancini and Jennifer Sponenberg will be honored during a halftime ceremony at the homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 5. Matthew Mancini, Class of 2006 Matthew Mancini was a three sport … Continue reading “Hall of Fame Committee announces induction of Class of 2019”