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 email@example.com.
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!
Here’s the district’s next installment of its series introducing the new faculty and staff that have joined our school community during the 2022-23 school year. Today, we introduce Mr. Garren and Mr. Gentile. Both teachers are making an immediate impact on our students’ instruction while making our school community stronger! Welcome to the district! Robert … Continue reading “Round 2: FFCS Faculty New Hires in MS/HS”
Character Education is proud to announce that awards for the second quarter were distributed on Tuesday, January 31. The individuals who received these awards were nominated by their team of teachers or special area teachers throughout the building. Students were chosen based on their outstanding display of kindness and empathy this quarter as well as … Continue reading “Character Education Awards for Second Quarter”
Please note that a detailed communication was shared by Mr. Zadoorian and Mr. Romano with their school families on Tuesday, January 31. Beginning on Tuesday, January 31, students in the elementary and middle school buildings began participating in the Read for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region (RMHC-CR ) program. This year, students … Continue reading “FFES and FFMS to participate in Read for Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region”
On Saturday, February 11, the Class of 2024 is presenting The Someone Special Dance. This year’s special event cordially invites students in grades Pre-K through grade 6 to bring their favorite adult to join in the festivities! To learn more about this event, click here. Tickets for this event are $25 per couple and $5.00 … Continue reading “Get your tickets!! The Someone Special Dance is set for Feb. 11!!”
During the coming weeks, the FFCS is pleased to introduce the district’s newest teachers that will continue to usher in the classroom success that’s expected from our district. Today, we are excited to announce the first two teachers as part of this introductory series. Welcome Ms. Batz and Mr. DeJesus. Learn more about how they … Continue reading “District introduces faculty for the next generation of FFCS students”
Character Education is proud to announce that awards for the first quarter were distributed on Wednesday, November 16. The individuals who received these awards were nominated by their team of teachers or special area teachers throughout the building. Students were chosen based on their outstanding display of kindness and empathy this quarter as well as … Continue reading “FFMS Character Education recipients announced for Q1”