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2021-22 School Reopening Plan|COVID-19 Notifications|Transmission Level: High

Find out if your family qualifies for important benefits

If your family qualifies for free or reduced meals through the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch (FRPL) program, you may be entitled to other benefits. Benefits may include: Up to $375 per child for summer meals. (A family of three can receive more than $1,000 in P-EBT* support.) Reduced internet fee of $15 through the Emergency … Continue reading “Find out if your family qualifies for important benefits”

Middle School 4th Quarter Honor Roll

Principal’s List Grade 5- Mathilde Alvarez, Annelyse Ayala, Lauren Carpenter, Sidney Carpenter, Garrett Coon, Aubrey Cornelison, Claire Dickson, Victor Eckler V, Avery Fayette, Andrew Flynn, Beryl Gold, Emmet Gunther, Trenton Henderson, Tucker Hernigle, Henry Huckans, Grayson Isabella, Magnolia LaPlant, Sidnee Linart, Nelinda Mazariegos Tomas, Sophia McWayne, Mackenzie Meyer, Maya Millias, Brooke Mormile, Benjamin Nightingale, Lily … Continue reading “Middle School 4th Quarter Honor Roll”

Fonda-Fultonville continues to rank high in area schools report

Despite the many challenges schools and students navigated during the past school year, Fonda-Fultonville continued to rank high– 15th out of 84 area schools–in the Albany Business Review’s annual schools report. Because Common Core and Regents tests were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the publication’s rankings for 2019-20 are a compilation of … Continue reading “Fonda-Fultonville continues to rank high in area schools report”

Author, Holocaust survivor encourages students to work toward peace

After reading Four Perfect Pebbles as part of their social studies unit on the topic of human rights, fifth graders in Mrs. Mahon and Mrs. Osterhoudt’s classes and those in our other middle school classes had the unique opportunity to learn along with Marion Blumenthal, one of the book’s author and Holocaust survivor. “Through our … Continue reading “Author, Holocaust survivor encourages students to work toward peace”

ARPA-ESSER Funding Plan

Introduction The 2021-22 enacted state budget includes language requiring local education agencies, such as school districts, that receive funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP-ESSER) to post a plan by the school on their website of how these funds will be … Continue reading “ARPA-ESSER Funding Plan”

Updated: Newly announced graduation guidelines

Updated 6/22/21 As a result of newly announced New York state guidance governing end of the year graduation ceremonies, we are now permitted to have unlimited guests attend our outdoor commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 24  at 6 p.m. Further guidance also removes the need to plan rain dates in the event of inclement weather. … Continue reading “Updated: Newly announced graduation guidelines”

End-of-year celebrations planned

FFCSD is currently planning for end-of-year celebrations. Links will be posted to this page as they become available, so please check back for updates. Pre-Kindergarten Friday, June 18. View the video. Kindergarten Wednesday, June 23.  View the video. Grade 4 Monday, June 21. View the Video View the Recorder Lesson Video Grade 8 Tuesday, June … Continue reading “End-of-year celebrations planned”

High School Key Club wins digital poster award

The Fonda-Fultonville High School Key Club was awarded 2nd Place in the Digital Poster Contest held at the virtual New York District Key Club Leadership Training Conference in May. Key Clubs from across New York state participated at the conference. The Digital Poster was designed and created by the Fonda-Fultonville Key Club’s Webmaster Kaylee Freeman … Continue reading “High School Key Club wins digital poster award”

Public hearing on COVID Relief funding is June 21

The district will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. on Monday, June 21, in the High School Auditorium, to discuss American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ARP ESSER) appropriations. Following a presentation by Superintendent Thomas Ciaccio, the public will have an opportunity to comment. A regular Board … Continue reading “Public hearing on COVID Relief funding is June 21”