FFCS Mascot Vote Postponed. Details available here.

F-F Middle School Character Education (First Quarter)

Character Education is proud to announce that Maroon & Gold Awards for the first quarter were distributed on Wednesday, November 15th. The individuals who received these awards were nominated by their team of teachers or special area teachers throughout the building. Students were chosen based on their outstanding display of kindness and empathy this quarter … Continue reading “F-F Middle School Character Education (First Quarter)”

FFCS gearing up for state championship game

Like many districts across New York state, it is a dream for their respected athletic teams to make the state championships. From cross country to basketball and more, the opportunity to perform on the largest stage in public school athletic competition is a remarkable accomplishment. For Fonda-Fultonville, this is the first time in school history … Continue reading “FFCS gearing up for state championship game”

FFCSD Community Walk to begin on Jan. 2

The Community Walk Program at the Fonda-Fultonville Central School will begin on January 2, 2024, through April 26, 2024, (only on dates when school is in session) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  If you would like to participate in this program, please contact Megan Torniainen at 518-853-4415 Ext. 4207 or send an email to … Continue reading “FFCSD Community Walk to begin on Jan. 2”

FFCS announces districtwide “bus safety” poster contest; NEW PRIZES ANNOUNCED

Beginning in October, the FFCS will be holding a districtwide bus safety poster contest for ALL students to participate. The contest will allow district students to have an opportunity to win prizes while receiving recognition for their creativity highlighting bus safety. For this year, that theme is “Driving Safely Into the Future.” Participating students will … Continue reading “FFCS announces districtwide “bus safety” poster contest; NEW PRIZES ANNOUNCED”

Fonda-Fultonville Middle School – Honor Roll (First Quarter)

Fonda-Fultonville Middle School 1st Quarter Principal’s List (2023-2024) Grade 5- Eli Araujo, Anistyn Ayala, Lillian Buanno, Alexis Canallatos, Kaden Christman, Payton Dufel, Lucia Escher, Madilyn Forbes, Emily Galough, Madelyn Gosson, Brooke Henzler, Hailey Manginelli, Julia Marotta, Keegan McCann, Braelin Melita, Colin Miller, Emmaline Nacco, Leah Newkirk, Sawyer Phoenix, Grant Potter, Macie Romell, Molly Russell, Alexis … Continue reading “Fonda-Fultonville Middle School – Honor Roll (First Quarter)”

NYSPHSAA Championship Football Ticketing/Spectator Information – Syracuse, NY

Tickets for the championship football game on the Syracuse University campus can be found here. Spectator Guidelines  Gates A, B, & C at the JMA Wireless Dome will be open for fan entry. Spectators will not be admitted to the building with noise-making devices, food or beverages, balloons, confetti, aerosol cans (ie, hair spray, paint, … Continue reading “NYSPHSAA Championship Football Ticketing/Spectator Information – Syracuse, NY”

FFCS selects new mascot

On Tuesday, November 14, the Fonda-Fultonville community voted on its new mascot name that will go into effect next school year. Out of 910 votes submitted (community and student votes), the FFCS community overwhelmingly selected the name VALLEY HAWKS to be the next school mascot. District voters (including students in grades 5-12) were provided with … Continue reading “FFCS selects new mascot”

NYSPHSAA Class C Regional Championship Game; Livestream details!

Can’t make the Championship Football Game on 11/17 vs. Gouverneur at 7 pm? Have no fear! FFCS football fans can livestream the game through the NFHS Network. Please note that there’s a subscription fee, and those details can be found here. The livestream link for Friday’s game (through the NFHS Network w/ subscription) can be … Continue reading “NYSPHSAA Class C Regional Championship Game; Livestream details!”

Regional partnerships opening doors for learning

  Over the past several years, the opportunity to provide shared services has increased with partnerships between school districts that enable students to access curriculum not readily provided within their school district. At FFCS, we are building partnerships with schools across the Greater Capital Region to allow students to access high school courses that fit … Continue reading “Regional partnerships opening doors for learning”