FFCS Community, We are writing to share an update on our school district’s direction to retain the Braves’ name. As we communicated earlier this year, our district continues our approach to be transparent about our communication outreach to the Board of Regents regarding the rebranding of our district. This week, we provided a signed agreement … Continue reading “Community Update: FFCS communication regarding school mascot”
Sometimes it’s the little things that can turn into major issues for adults, as well as our students. Whether it’s balancing finances, saving for important purchases, planning for our future, or day-to-day living. At FFCS, middle school students are gaining invaluable experience in learning how budgeting can be critical as they grow older and how … Continue reading “Real-world topics helping to shape the decision-making process for today’s students”
The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District is proud to announce that its elementary and middle school students had a great showing at the recent Odyssey of the Mind (OM™) regional competition last weekend at Johnstown High School. The students faced off against area competitors and showcased their hard work and dedication during this year’s competition. Here … Continue reading “FFCS students excel at regional Odyssey of the Mind (OM™) competition”
Beginning on Monday, March 20, students, families and caregivers can begin placing orders to purchase the FCCS 2022-23 yearbook. Orders can be placed until April 24, 2023. The cost of a yearbook is $15.00. Important: Sold for PRE-ORDER ONLY in homeroom & lunch periods Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last month, the Key Club of Fonda-Fultonville Central School paid a visit to the Arkell Adult Home in Canajoharie, N.Y. The purpose of this community-building event was to allow members of the Key Club to present numerous homemade Valentine’s Day cards, which were created by members of the Key Club, to the residents of the … Continue reading “Building connections within our community”
Parents and Caregivers, The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District is currently offering Kindergarten registration for the 2023-24 school year. We encourage parents/guardians to participate in the registration process online. To begin the process, please visit the registration page here. In addition, paper packets will also be available and can be requested by contacting the Elementary Office … Continue reading “FFCS kindergarten registration is open for the 2023-24 school year”
FFCS Community, We are pleased to announce that the FFCS winter newsletter is now available! Take a moment to learn what’s happening on our school campus. You can view the 2023 winter newsletter here. A hardcopy version has been mailed to district families/caregivers this week! We hope you enjoy!
Each March, schools across the nation prepare to showcase their creativity in the classroom. Otherwise known as Youth Art Month, this month is highlighted as an annual observance to emphasize the value of art education for all children and to encourage support for quality school art programs. Started in 1961 by the ACMI (Art and … Continue reading “We’re back! FFES to celebrate Youth Art Month in March”
During the weekend of March 24-26, the FF Theatrical Co. will be performing their featured Spring 2023 musical production “A Little Mermaid” which is based on one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories and the classic animated film, Disney’s The Little Mermaid. To purchase tickets and learn more about this year’s production, click here. … Continue reading “FF Theatrical Co. to deliver “The Little Mermaid” musical; March 24-26”
The 2022-23 school year marked the 20th year of the FFCS Jazz Fest concert series. For the 20th anniversary, the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District invited 20 school district bands to participate in this special event. Throughout the day, you could hear the sweet sounds of jazz, contemporary, and big-band musical styles for all to enjoy! … Continue reading “FFCS Jazz Fest; 20 years of making music and memories”