Student: ‘It feels great to have her here. I like that she comes into the class and teaches us about valuable life lessons’
Congratulations to the winners!
Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School held its third quarter awards assembly on Monday, April 15. Congratulations to all of the students who were recognized for their scholastic achievements and exemplary character! Kindergarten Duval Chase Rood Math Lucia Escher Reading Hunter Rocklin Respect Spencer Walker Perseverance Hanifin Emmaline Nacco Writing Maylin Caffrey Kindness Tyrese Hanrahan Reading Liam Baird … Continue reading “Elementary school’s 3rd quarter awards assembly”
The Excelsior Scholarship application for the 2019-20 academic year is now open! The application can be found at www.hesc.ny.gov/excelsior and the deadline to apply is Aug. 15. Please note the application only needs to be completed by new recipients. Current Excelsior Scholarship recipients should not complete this application. Students who currently have the Excelsior Scholarship … Continue reading “Apply for free tuition through the Excelsior Scholarship”
“We organized these presentations at different locations so people will have more opportunities to be a part of our budget process.”
The project blended English language arts and elements of computer science as students learned about plot, characters, setting, algorithms and ozocodes at the same.
FFCS will be closed for students and staff on both days.
Students learned about sawmill operation, safety practices, arboriculture and wood product marketing, team-building and leadership skills.
The experience was made possible during seventh grade social studies teacher Holly Thompson’s classes on April 4, featuring educators from the Fort Ticonderoga historic attraction.
Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School has been recognized by a research group for increasing the achievement of economically-disadvantaged students. The school received a certificate this week from the Better Outcomes Research group, which conducted a three-year study about the success of students in traditionally under-performing demographic groups. The study recognized that students who are economically disadvantaged at … Continue reading “FFES recognized for increasing student achievement”