Dear FFCS families: Today, the district was informed of a positive test for COVID-19 for a member of the Fonda-Fultonville High School community. However, based on when the individual was last in school, public health has indicated that there is no need for contact tracing from the school setting or for any other member of the … Continue reading “Nov. 25: COVID-19 positive case notification”
Dear FFCS Community, I would like to take this opportunity to address some misinformation that has been circulating throughout the community in recent days and to update you on the district’s COVID-19 response plans. I want to clearly and definitively state that FFCS currently has no plans to move its in-person/hybrid learning models to a … Continue reading “Superintendent letter on keeping schools open”
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FFCS is proud to celebrate our nation’s veterans and active duty servicemen and women in our annual Veterans Day celebration.
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The Fonda-Fultonville PTSA is hosting an online elementary school book fair from Nov.9 to Nov. 22. To access the book fair and for more information, go to https://www.scholastic.com/bf/fondafultonvilleelemschool. All orders will be shipped right to students’ homes. For questions, please contact Marie LaPlant at email@example.com.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 9, our prekindergarten students in the hybrid learning plan will attend school in-person every week. They will no longer have a week of remote instruction. The district has conducted an ongoing review of operations since reopening. We are able to welcome our prekindergarten students on a daily basis because they do not … Continue reading “Prekindergarten students to attend school daily”
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Whether it’s supporting a cause or simply going the extra mile to help someone, all acts of kindness will be considered for this award – no act is too small.
Rachel Hicks and Rachel Servant’s first graders recently got a sweet life lesson about friendship. Students learned about kindness, courtesy, respect, and friendship by reading the book “Enemy Pie.” The story is about a little boy who bakes a pie for his enemy, only to realize through the process that his enemy is actually his … Continue reading “Activity brings book to life as first graders learn about friendship”