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Calendar Changes – Please Be Advised

The following dates have changed on our district calendar:

February 15, 2019

NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 4:00 pm

Baccalaureate Rehearsal

Wednesday, June 26, 2019, at 7:00 pm

Baccalaureate Service

Thursday, June 27, 2019, at 8:30 am

Senior Breakfast

Thursday, June 27, 2019, at 9:15 am

Graduation Rehearsal

Saturday, June 29, 2019, at 10 am

Graduation

January Examination Schedule

Here is the schedule for January’s upcoming exams.

7th-Grade Testing Schedule – January 21-25

Monday, January 21

No School

Tuesday, January 22

English
8:00 – 9:00 am
Room 210-211

Wednesday, January 23

Science
8:00 – 9:00 am
Room 210-211

Home & Careers
9:15 – 10:30 am
Room 213

Thursday, January 24

Social Studies
8:00 – 9:00 am
Room 210-211

Spanish
9:15 – 10:30 am
Room 210-211

Friday, January 25

Math
8:00 – 9:00 am
Room 210-211

8th-Grade Testing Schedule – January 21-25*

Monday, January 21

No School

Tuesday, January 22

Science 8
8:00 – 9:30 am

English
9:45 – 10:30 am

Wednesday, January 23

Social Studies
8:00 – 9:30 am

Spanish
9:45 – 11:15 am
Room 210-211

Thursday, January 24

Algebra – Math 8
8:00 – 9:30 AM
Gym

Technology
9:45 – 10:30 am

Friday, January 25*

No classes for 8th-grade students

9th-12th Grade Testing Schedule – January 21 – 25

January, 22:
8:00 AM
GYM

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
English 10R
(McCall)
English 10H
(McCall)
SUNY English
(McCall)
Film Studies
(McCall)
Room 103
Spanish II
(Jarabek)

January, 22:
12:00 PM
GYM

LIVING ENVIRONMENT
Global 9
(Niles)
Living Environment
(Jarabek, Petty, Smith)
Room 101
Living Environment I
(P. Petty)

January, 23:
8:00 AM
GYM

US HISTORY GEOMETRY
Fresh. Seminar
(Stokna)
Geometry
(DiBiase)
Partic. In Gov’t
(Sacco)
US History
(Ryan)
US History H
(Gray)
Room 103
Spanish I
(Pombrio)

January, 23:
12:00 PM
GYM

ALGEBRA I
Algebra Yr. 2
(Waner)
Calculator Math
(Waner)
Trigonometry
(Waner)
Earth Science
(Elliott)
SUNY Psych
(Ryan)

January, 24:
8:00 AM
GYM

GLOBAL HISTORY  PHYSICS
Algebra – 8th
(Summerfield)
Algebra Yr. 1
(Waner)
Global 10
(Ryan)
Math 8
(Summerfield)
Physics
(DiBiase)

January, 24:
12:00 PM
GYM

ALGEBRA II
English 9
(Clute)
English 9
(Yurkewecz)
English 9H
(McCall)
Room 103
Spanish III
(P. Jarabek)

January, 25:
8:00 AM
ROOM 201

PHYS SETTING: EARTH SCIENCE CHEMISTRY

December Newsletter Available

December 2018 Pennysaver Newsletter

Highlights of the Newsletter

Public Approves Capital Project:

Residents of the Fort Plain Central School district voted on December 18th, to approve an 11.2 million dollar capital project which will address health and safety upgrades, building and site maintenance, and improvements. Some of the needed work will include a new fire alarm system, HVAC upgrades, security updates, and the installation of an emergency generator at the Jr/Sr High School.

Building maintenance and enhancements will include roof reconstruction at both schools, outdated window replacement, masonry repairs, and floor refinishing in the Jr/Sr High School gym. Scheduled site improvements include permanent repair of the main water/sanitation line at the elementary campus, replacing pumps at the athletic complex, reconstruction of the deteriorating track surface, paving restoration and drainage reconstruction behind the transportation facility.

Project construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2020. Of the positive vote, Superintendent of Schools Dr. David Ziskin said, “The Fort Plain community has once again demonstrated its strong support for our schools, by approving the proposed Health, Safety and Infrastructure Capital Project. The project is a wise long-term investment that will maintain our school facilities in the most fiscally advantageous manner for our local taxpayers. Thank you again to the taxpayers of the Fort Plain CSD, for your continued support of the children of Fort Plain and their schools.”

Student Council Organizes Troop Drive:

Members of the Jr/Sr High School recently collected items for military men and women stationed at Al Asad Airbase in western Iraq. The student council was contacted by SSgt. Samuel Hoffman, a member of the Fort Plain High School class of 2012. SSgt. Hoffman is a member of the Combat Christmas Party Committee, which was tasked with putting together a celebration for the 1st Expeditionary Rescue Group. The Student Council immediately began collecting donations of food and comfort items, putting together eight full boxes of items and sending them by mail to reach the airbase in time for the holidays. The student council thanks everyone who contributed toward making the holidays a bit brighter for the many soldiers stationed so far from home.

Capital Project Vote Passed

Fort Plain voters passed a proposed capital project on Tuesday by a margin of 83 yes votes to 15 no votes.

 

The Fort Plain Community has once again demonstrated its strong support for our schools by approving the proposed Health, Safety, and Infrastructure Capital Project,” said District Superintendent David Ziskin. “The project is a wise long-term investment that will maintain our school facilities in the most fiscally advantageous manner for our local taxpayers. Thank you again to the taxpayers of the Fort Plain CSD for your continued support of the children of Fort Plain and their schools.

 

The $11,200,000 project will improve facilities at both the Jr./Sr. High School and Elementary school, and the district hopes to have the project completed by December 2021.

 

For more information on the project visit the Capital Project page on our website.

Fort Plain Seniors Accompany Santa at Harry Hoag

On Tuesday, December 18, Mrs. Trembley’s English 12 R class traveled with Santa to visit the Kindergarten classes at Harry Hoag.

The Kindergarten students wrote letters to Santa, and the seniors helped Santa write responses, created goody bags, ornaments, and treats for the classes.

Dressed as elves, the seniors accompanied Santa to the classes where students visited with Santa, got their letters and a treat, had their picture taken, received their picture ornaments, listened to a story, and had treats made by the class. This visit was a gratifying experience for all of the students.

Check out our Facebook page for photos!

Fort Plain High School Technology Students Visit Hudson Valley Community College

Students in a college class learning about different technical degrees

On Monday, November 26, Fort Plain high school technology students visited Hudson Valley Community College and got a taste of the Automotive Technology, Manufacturing Technology, and Electrical Technology programs.

The trip exposed students to options of Technical Degrees once they graduate. The students were able to see the three programs in the process as current students were working on projects in class.

Students were excited to see that there is an opportunity for higher education in the Automotive field somewhat close to home.

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