The future is theirs, and a conference at FMCC helped them catch a glimpse of what that future might hold. A dozen FFCS Middle School students – four each from grades 6, 7 and 8 – had the opportunity on May 14 to attend the Future Women of STEM Conference at Fulton Montgomery Community College. … Continue reading “A dozen FFCS students explore STEM at conference”
Tuesday, May 21, will be a busy day for FFCS as our school community celebrates our district’s agricultural heritage and artistic flair. The Agricultural Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the high school. It’s also the date of the annual school budget vote and Board of Education election. For more … Continue reading “The Ag Fair and student artwork will be in focus on May 21”
On Wednesday, May 1, the college-level Participation in Government class took a trip to the state capitol in Albany. The purpose was to experience how state government functions first-hand. Kaitlyn Gray expressed her delight for the time spent at the capitol. “The trip was very informative and made me look at government in a new … Continue reading “FFCS seniors visit state capitol”
What do you get when you have perfect attendance for the marking period at Fonda-Fultonville Middle School? For students in grade 5 through grade 8, the reward is a Braves Badge, which, along with the prestige, comes with some yummy perks. The students were treated yesterday to ice cream served by Debbie Fiorillo, FFCS PTSA … Continue reading “Perfect attendance at MS recognized with Braves Badges”
Student: ‘It feels great to have her here. I like that she comes into the class and teaches us about valuable life lessons’
FFCS will be closed for students and staff on both days.
Residents will vote on the proposal on Tuesday, May 21 from noon to 9 p.m. in the high school auditorium.