Clubs and extracurricular activities are persevering at Fonda-Fultonville High School regardless of the circumstances. Students are welcome and encouraged to participate in the following activities as appropriate. If you do not see an activity or club listed here, please reach out to the advisor or teacher for more information.
Students who are interested in pursuing the arts or just enjoy creating may join Ms. Fleming for Art Club through Google Meet on Tuesdays from 2:45-3:15 p.m. We can talk about your at-home projects, discuss current art happenings and learn about websites that take your designs to another level. Use class code s34vxdk to join. Meetings can be accessed at the following Meet link https://meet.google.com/lookup/cemedc2lof.
Students who are enrolled in a High School agriculture class are encouraged to join the HS FFA Google Classroom with code: 3f3g46e. The National FFA organization is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Monthly Google meetings, officer applications, information regarding fundraisers, and future leadership development opportunities can be found within the Google classroom.
If you have any questions please contact, Ms. Boardman firstname.lastname@example.org.
FF Theatrical Co.
Any 7th- 12th grader who is interested in being a part of the program is welcome. We are looking forward to putting on a few shows this year and learning more about acting, singing, directing and dancing along the way!
To join our club, please use the Google Classroom code below and check it regularly for updates.
The first meeting will be Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. via Google Meet.
General Meetings will be conducted through Google Meet monthly on Thursday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. A designated Thursday of the month is yet to be determined based on decision at first Key Club Officers meeting. Meetings may be adjusted according to projects which could be every Thursday on busy months.
Key Club Officers/Board of Directors meeting will be held through Google Meet when necessary on a separate Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
Service Projects will be at home projects designed to reach out to local community and worldwide needs as well as local school needs based on Key Club International virtual service project ideas and guidelines provided to all Key Clubs.
Students will be notified of meeting dates and special reminders via the Remind App and school morning announcements.
To join, use Google Classroom code czlfmnr below and check it regularly for updates.
The Level Up Club is open to all high school students. We are currently teaching students the basics of Dungeons and Dragons: 5th Edition.
Meetings are scheduled every other Monday from 2:30-3:15 p.m. for character creation as necessary. Additional meeting times are based on your Dungeons and Dragons Group meet time either Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday and can be anywhere between 2:30 and 6 p.m.
Due to online and game limitations, we are currently limiting groups to 5 players to a first come first serve basis and will reassess groups every few weeks as members join and have characters created and as story arc’s finish.
Marching Band & Jazz Ensemble
Mr. Lenig has started an FFCS Marching Band page on Google Classroom. He will hold a Google Meet informational meeting on Oct. 20 from 4-4:45 p.m. Anyone interested in being a part of the group should email Mr. Lenig at email@example.com so they can be added to the classroom.
Jazz Ensemble members are being informed through after-school meetings and rehearsals through the Google Classroom.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is an organization that is eligible to juniors and seniors at FFCS that meet the required criteria. Students must have a minimum cumulative average of 90 after the first quarter of their junior year.
Students will be invited to an informational meeting to explain the process for completing an information packet demonstrating they have met the service requirements to be inducted into the club. Students will turn in a completed packet by a set date, at which point a committee will review each student’s packet and score it based on a rubric. Students meeting the minimum score will receive a letter inviting them to an Induction Ceremony, typically held at the end of January.
Once in the organization, students are expected to maintain their averages and continue to demonstrate good character, leadership, and service. Students are required to complete service activities in the organization as part of our national charter requirements.
It is important to note that National Honor Society is not an award of a graduation cord, but instead, it is an invitation into a club that performs additional service activities and holds monthly meetings that students are required to attend.
Currently, meetings are held after school on Google Meet, accessed through the National Honor Society Google Classroom page.