7th graders investigate mock crime scene to kickoff mystery unit

Whodunit? Students in Lynn Trevett’s seventh grade English Language Arts classes recently investigated a mock crime scene to kick off their mystery unit.  Students are reading independent mystery novels of their own choosing this month. “In class we are reading some exciting, edge of your seat literature by Edgar Allen Poe, along with some other … Continue reading “7th graders investigate mock crime scene to kickoff mystery unit”

Foundation awards scholarships for College in the High School courses

The Fonda-Fultonville Community Foundation on Oct. 4 awarded scholarships to five students to pay for their College in the High School courses taken through Fulton-Montgomery Community College. The foundation’s mission is to promote a common goal of academic excellence and cultural experiences. Its goal is to be a resource that organizations can go to for … Continue reading “Foundation awards scholarships for College in the High School courses”

Hall of Fame Committee announces induction of Class of 2019

The Fonda-Fultonville Athletics Hall of Fame Selection Committee is proud to announce the induction of two alumni athletics champions into this year’s class. Matthew Mancini and Jennifer Sponenberg will be honored during a halftime ceremony at the homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 5. Matthew Mancini, Class of 2006 Matthew Mancini was a three sport … Continue reading “Hall of Fame Committee announces induction of Class of 2019”

Seniors invited to attend College Fair, Financial Aid Workshop

High school seniors and their parents are invited and encouraged to attend a College Fair and Financial Aid Workshop. This event is annually hosted by the Tri-County Counselors Association. What: College Fair and Financial Aid Workshop. Approximately 70 institutions (listed below) will be represented. The Financial Aid Workshop will also review the Excelsior Scholarship and will be presented … Continue reading “Seniors invited to attend College Fair, Financial Aid Workshop”

Activity helps peers learn about common interests

Students in Katie Briggs’ fourth grade class recently learned they had a lot more in common than they originally thought. They worked together in groups to build card towers as an ice-breaker activity on the first day of school. Before they could add cards to their towers, each group had to agree on something they … Continue reading “Activity helps peers learn about common interests”