Jr./Sr. Picture day is Wednesday, Nov. 2
Picture envelopes will be distributed
the week before, or you can see the choices and order online using
the Lifetouch website at
www.mylifetouch.com (Picture Day ID AD136523Q0).
to the Harry Hoag Students of the Month for September
Anna-Belle Snyder (K), Joseph Barr (1st),
Brooke Jones (2nd),
Summer Trumbull (3rd), Marissa Wilder (5th), and Adrian Benson
(6th). Great job!
to the Jr./Sr. HS Students of the Month for September
Rhyonn Ford (11th), Izzy Lambert (12th),
Emily Abrams (10th), Gabby Jenks (9th), Seth Wintermute (8th), and
Erin Crouse (7th) (as shown in photo, left to right, top to
Water being tested for lead in all schools
As part of a new state law to help ensure the
health of students and staff, the Fort Plain School District is
testing drinking water sources for lead contamination in both
school buildings. The law requires that samples must be collected
from all faucets and other sources of potable (drinking) water in
school districts across the state by Oct. 31 (Sept. 30 for primary
grades) and sent for testing.
Fitness opportunities at FPSD
The Fort Plain Pacers Walking Program will
begin on Tuesday, Nov. 1, and run through April 30. Walking is
permitted on school days from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Visit the District
Office to have your card re-activated for returning walkers, or to
sign up. New member cards cost $5.00.
This year, the Board of Education would like
to open the Fitness Center to members of our community from Nov. 1
- April 30. The cost is $20.00 per month – payable at the beginning
of each month. Hours will be posted once a schedule has been
If you have any questions regarding either
program, please contact Becky in the District Office at
518-993-4000 ext. #1000.
Athletics schedules available on-line
The Fort Plain School District and WAC
athletics schedules are now posted at
District calendar available for download
The Fort Plain School District
calendar is available for download here (PDF).
Free meals for all Fort Plain students in
ALL STUDENTS enrolled in both buildings of
the Fort Plain District will receive both breakfast and lunch for
FREE this year thanks to the Community Eligibility Meal
Certification option for the 2016-2017 school year.
Board adopts goals for 2016-17 school year
The Fort Plain Board of Education met with
Superintendent David Ziskin to identify key priorities and has set
forth five goals for the 2016-2017 school year.
Fort Plain will leverage Smart Bond to upgrade
security, add classroom technology
The Fort Plain School District is looking to
upgrade security and add classroom technology with money provided
from the 2014 Smart Schools Investment Act.