The monthly Fort Plain Central School District is available and can be downloaded here.
Some of the highlights of the newsletter are:
Health & Wellness Fair 2018
The Wellness Committees of the Fort Plain and Canajoharie Schools will host their annual “Community Health and Wellness Fair” on Saturday, April 14 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Harry Hoag Elementary School.
This year’s theme is “Start Your Day the Healthy Way” and will feature morning exercise and breakfast tips, as well as some healthy breakfast treats such as made-to-order omelets and homemade oatmeal with toppings.
Students will have a chance to attend a soccer clinic, while adults enjoy a fitness class. The health fair will feature health screenings, massages, information for the aging, cooking demonstrations, mindfulness techniques, and much more.
Any individual, business or organization who would like to have a table is invited to participate at no cost.
Contact Lauri Broady at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 518-993-4000 #1003 to register or to receive more information.
The Annual Community Health and Wellness Fair is free and open to the public of all ages.
Harry Hoag “Fun With Math” Achievers
At the December meeting, the following students reached 100-math-fact goals:
Sofia Bates, Subtraction – under 6 min
Jansheen Haider, Addition – under 5 min
Kierra St. Louis, Addition – under 4 min
Jayde TenEyck, Multiplication – under 4 min
Larry Sanders, Subtraction – under 4 min
Zionna Robarge, Addition – under 4 min
Summer Trumbull, Multiplication – under 3 min
Marionna Stephens, Subtraction – under 3 min
Dawson Tracki, Multiplication – under 2 min
Dylan Keane, Multiplication – under 2 min
Chess Club Begins
The annual Chess Club will run from January 9 – February 13, with elementary students meeting on Tuesdays and Jr/Sr High School students meeting on Thursdays.
Students will learn fundamentals and game strategy skills, before moving on to compete in head-to-head games.
The Chess Club is advised by Ted Arndt and Libby Arndt.