The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District has launched a new ParentSquare app to communicate with families. ParentSquare will be the district’s main method of communication starting in the 2021-22 school year, allowing for effective dialogue between parents and their children’s teachers, school and the district. The ParentSquare app is free and available now for download on … Continue reading “District launches NEW ParentSquare mobile app”
Dear FFCSD community, You may be aware that New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard A. Zucker on Friday issued a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that referred to a possible change to mask-wearing requirement for students, staff, and visitors on school property. We received notification today, Sunday, June 6, … Continue reading “Indoor mask requirements remain unchanged; masks no longer required outdoors at FFCSD”
They made good on a promise to do an outrageous act if their students could raise money for Ronald McDonald House.
Community Cares is a recognition program that acknowledges the exceptional individuals who support our school community and help each other thrive.
There will be opportunities during the next school year to meet Mr. Romano that will be announced in the future.
The plan continues all existing student programs and support services with a 3.34% year-to-year spending increase and a tax levy at the district’s limit.
FFCS has an unused snow day that will be “given back” on Friday, May 28. FFCS will be closed for students and staff that day. This means students and staff will have a four-day weekend from May 28-31 (Memorial Day), and school will resume on Tuesday, June 1.
FFCS is holding a food drive to support the backpack program for students in need. The district provides backpacks filled with food to help meet the needs of children on weekends, when other resources such as school meals are not available. The items that are needed are listed below. Boxes for donated items are available … Continue reading “Food drive for backpack program”
We’ve seen a lot of changes and challenges in the last year. It can create a lot of stress and uncertainty for children and young adults. But we want our families to know we’ve got their backs.
Education officials have announced that students in grades 3-8 will once again take the New York state assessments this spring. This year, the tests will be one-day exams. The state has determined students will only take one-part of the two-part exams. The English Language Arts and Math exams will be multiple choice. The Science exam … Continue reading “Grades 3-8 State Testing”