On Monday, September 27, students at Fonda-Fultonville Elementary School were treated to some exciting and fun-filled BMX tricks courtesy of Dialed Action Sports. The purpose of the assembly was to create a learning opportunity that resonates with students and shares the importance of anti-bullying, creates a conversation surrounding the dangers of using drugs and highlights making responsible choices. The New Jersey-based organization conducts the exciting events at school districts throughout the northeast. To learn more about Dialed Action Sports, click here.
“The opportunity to provide this annual event is always a treat for our students,” said FFES Principal Eric Romano. “What better way to engage our students, while sharing the important themes related to anti-bullying and making important choices to become better citizens. The students are able to experience an interactive presentation and take away important life lessons as students at FFES.”