Beginning Monday, Nov. 9, 7th and 8th grade students in the hybrid learning plan will begin a revised school schedule. Students will continue to rotate in-person and remote learning, but the number of in-person days is increased. Students in grades 7-8 will continue to attend school in-person for one full week every month. Additionally, students … Continue reading “Middle school to increase in-person classes for grades 7-8”
Whether it’s supporting a cause or simply going the extra mile to help someone, all acts of kindness will be considered for this award – no act is too small.
Clubs and extracurricular activities are persevering at Fonda-Fultonville High School regardless of the circumstances. Students are welcome and encouraged to participate in the following activities as appropriate. If you do not see an activity or club listed here, please reach out to the advisor or teacher for more information. Art Club Students who are interested … Continue reading “Participate virtually in high school clubs & extracurricular activities”
Rachel Hicks and Rachel Servant’s first graders recently got a sweet life lesson about friendship. Students learned about kindness, courtesy, respect, and friendship by reading the book “Enemy Pie.” The story is about a little boy who bakes a pie for his enemy, only to realize through the process that his enemy is actually his … Continue reading “Activity brings book to life as first graders learn about friendship”
The Western Athletic Conference has announced that spectators will not be allowed at athletics events for the fall sports season. The WAC and the public health departments of Fulton, Montgomery, and Schoharie counties, have determined that fall 2020 athletics competitions will take place without spectators, a release says. “This difficult decision was made in an effort to keep … Continue reading “Information about spectators at fall athletics events”