United in tune across Montgomery County
Education officials have announced that students in grades 3-8 will once again take the New York state assessments this spring. This year, the tests will be one-day exams. The state has determined students will only take one-part of the two-part exams. The English Language Arts and Math exams will be multiple choice. The Science exam … Continue reading “Grades 3-8 State Testing”
Starting Monday, April 12, hybrid learning for students in grades PK-8 will shift to fully in-person. This means students in grades PK-8 will no longer have a scheduled week of remote learning. They will learn in-person at FFCS each day. Students in grades PK-8 who are full-remote will continue to learn remotely. The hybrid learning … Continue reading “Hybrid learning plan shifts to fully in-person for grades PK-8”
Area school superintendents have come together to ask state officials to ease COVID-19 restrictions and make it easier for schools to return students to the classroom. Superintendents serving the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES region, including FFCS Superintendent Ciaccio submitted a united letter this week to state officials. The letter asked that classroom social distancing standards be reduced from … Continue reading “Superintendent Ciaccio and HFM area school superintendents urge NYS to adopt CDC social distancing guidelines”
They practiced their literacy, communication and public speaking skills, learned interesting facts and showed bravery by standing before their class.
Congratulations to our Little Braves!
The Board of Education will hold a budget workshop and its monthly meeting starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, March 22 via remote videoconference only, with a livestream for the public. To access the livestream, go to https://www.youtube.com/ffcsdbraves. Community members can share comments for the record prior to the meeting by emailing them to District … Continue reading “Board meeting, budget workshop on March 22”
Today, March 15, the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District was informed that a member of the elementary school tested positive for COVID-19. This positive case will impact one classroom in the elementary school. Our hybrid learning schedule will proceed as normal and FFCS remains open for in-person instruction. Contact tracing is being done this evening. If … Continue reading “March 15: COVID-19 positive case”
The prestigious honor is bestowed on just 1% of 1.5 million high school students nationally.
Sixth grade students in Kari Callery’s social studies class completed extra credit at home to support their research projects about Ancient Egypt. Students made their projects at home and photographed them for a slideshow to share with their peers.