Earlier this month, the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District welcomed Christy Radez as the new director of curriculum and instruction. Radez comes to the district from the New York State Education Department, where she oversaw the Seal of Civic Readiness application process on the SED Monitoring and Vendor Performance System for over 600 schools. Before her … Continue reading “F-F Welcomes New Director of Curriculum and Instruction”
Below you will find the Fonda-Fultonville High School Honor Roll for the first quarter. Congratulations to our students for their hard work and dedication in the classroom. FFHS First Quarter Honor Roll
The district would like to thank the Village of Fonda, the Town of Mohawk, and the Montgomery County DPW for all of their help and support last week with our water main issue. You are an example of what is truly special about this community. Whenever there is a crisis or help that is needed … Continue reading “Thank You to Our Community Partners”
Recently, Fonda-Fultonville fourth-graders Jocelyn and Elizabeth Brush participated in and won first and second prizes in their category (9-12-years-old) in the New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health’s (NYCAMH) Farm Safety Art Contest. The annual contest, hosted by the New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH), garnered 34 entries from youth across … Continue reading “F-F Elementary students receive high marks for NYCAMH Farm Safety Art Contest”
What more can we say about the incredible fall athletic season achievements for our FFCS student-athletes this year? We had state championship runs for cross country and football! We had exciting sectional play, charitable contributions, and always showcased the competitive spirit that FFCS is well-known for in competition. For this past fall season, we are … Continue reading “FFCS Fall Athletics Review”
Students at FFCSD run a recycling program coordinated by teachers Sherri Lott and Bob Headwell. Paper, bottles, and cans are collected weekly and the returnable profits are donated to a local organization each month. With October being breast cancer awareness month, $100 was donated to St. Mary’s Cancer Center Services program.