During the week of July 12-16, the Fonda-Fultonville CSD was presented with the New York State Education Department Safety Drill Award at the New York Association for Pupil Transportation annual banquet held in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. The award, credited to districts that submitted a transportation safety drill video, recognizes a district’s ability to educate students … Continue reading “FFCSD presented with Safety Drill Award”
Due to the state of emergency in the Village of Fonda, all Summer Bridge programs and out-of-district summer programs are cancelled for Tuesday, July 20. Please note that all summer programs will resume on Wednesday, July 21. In addition, district offices will resume regular hours beginning tomorrow, July 20.
If your family qualifies for free or reduced meals through the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch (FRPL) program, you may be entitled to other benefits. Benefits may include: Up to $375 per child for summer meals. (A family of three can receive more than $1,000 in P-EBT* support.) Reduced internet fee of $15 through the Emergency … Continue reading “Find out if your family qualifies for important benefits”
Principal’s List Grade 5- Mathilde Alvarez, Annelyse Ayala, Lauren Carpenter, Sidney Carpenter, Garrett Coon, Aubrey Cornelison, Claire Dickson, Victor Eckler V, Avery Fayette, Andrew Flynn, Beryl Gold, Emmet Gunther, Trenton Henderson, Tucker Hernigle, Henry Huckans, Grayson Isabella, Magnolia LaPlant, Sidnee Linart, Nelinda Mazariegos Tomas, Sophia McWayne, Mackenzie Meyer, Maya Millias, Brooke Mormile, Benjamin Nightingale, Lily … Continue reading “Middle School 4th Quarter Honor Roll”
Despite the many challenges schools and students navigated during the past school year, Fonda-Fultonville continued to rank high– 15th out of 84 area schools–in the Albany Business Review’s annual schools report. Because Common Core and Regents tests were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the publication’s rankings for 2019-20 are a compilation of … Continue reading “Fonda-Fultonville continues to rank high in area schools report”
After reading Four Perfect Pebbles as part of their social studies unit on the topic of human rights, fifth graders in Mrs. Mahon and Mrs. Osterhoudt’s classes and those in our other middle school classes had the unique opportunity to learn along with Marion Blumenthal, one of the book’s author and Holocaust survivor. “Through our … Continue reading “Author, Holocaust survivor encourages students to work toward peace”
Introduction The 2021-22 enacted state budget includes language requiring local education agencies, such as school districts, that receive funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP-ESSER) to post a plan by the school on their website of how these funds will be … Continue reading “ARPA-ESSER Funding Plan”