The Board of Education has scheduled the Annual Organizational meeting for Monday, July 8 at 6:30 p.m, in the Multi-Purpose Room.
Commencement was held June 29
The middle school celebrated eighth graders
54 students received their Pre-K “diplomas” in front of more than 300 of their family members
As included in the 2019-20 school budget, FFCS has a new position intended to help guide the district to even greater academic success. Megan Collins was appointed to the position of director of curriculum and instruction in May with an effective date of July 1, 2019. The director of curriculum and instruction is tasked to ensure … Continue reading “FFCS adds director of curriculum and instruction position”
Hugs and tears marked the March of the Braves on June 13 as the Class of 2019 took a stroll down memory lane. The march started in the Elementary gym and snaked its way through the FFCS school building. Elementary, middle and high school students lined the halls, with some handing out beads and others … Continue reading “Marching into their futures”
Second and fourth grade students in Mrs. Kline and Mrs. Garguilo’s after-school enrichment program, with the help of Mrs. Vosburgh, recently performed a musical play on a variety of careers ranging from astronaut to zookeeper. The students presented the play to parents and family members who attended. Refreshments were enjoyed by all. Both Mrs.Kline and … Continue reading “Elementary students perform musical to learn about careers”
As the school year winds down, our Elementary School has a special message for our wonderful community. Wednesday, June 12 was a great day for our carnival and an even better day for an aerial selfie!
‘As Braves, they have proven to be academics, athletes, artists, musicians, active community members and so much more.’
We live in a very big world, but being pen pals can help make the world a little smaller and can build life-long memories and friendships. During this school year, students in Mrs. Garguilo’s second grade class were pen pals with students in Mrs. Wager’s second grade class at Wheelerville Union Free School in Caroga … Continue reading “Pen pals help make the world smaller”