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”

Tax bill payments must be mailed

The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District would like to advise school district taxpayers that the Montgomery County Treasurer’s Office no longer accepts in-person payments for school tax bills. This means you can no longer pay with a credit or debit card at the county office. You must mail a check or money order to: Montgomery County … Continue reading “Tax bill payments must be mailed”

FFCS partners with law enforcement agencies for emergency preparedness drill

The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District partnered with Montgomery County Emergency Services to conduct a large-scale emergency preparedness drill with several other agencies on the school campus Wednesday, Aug. 21. The purpose of the drill was to practice and improve communications between and among agencies and different levels of government in emergency situations. The drill put … Continue reading “FFCS partners with law enforcement agencies for emergency preparedness drill”

Religious exemptions removed from state vaccination law

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo on June 13 signed a bill into law that immediately removed the religious exemption for school vaccination requirements. Per the amendment to Public Health Law Section 2164, children who attend child daycare or public, private or parochial school who previously had a religious exemption must have received their first … Continue reading “Religious exemptions removed from state vaccination law”

FFCS adds director of curriculum and instruction position

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. The director of curriculum and instruction is tasked to ensure … Continue reading “FFCS adds director of curriculum and instruction position”