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Elective Fair helps high schoolers map out course schedules

Teachers had the opportunity to pitch their courses for next year.

teacher talks to a high school student at a table in a cafeteria
Teacher Wendy Stokna speaks to freshman Alex Rivkowich about business courses during a recent Elective Fair at the high school.

The Fort Plain Jr./Sr. High School held an Elective Fair recently to help students decide which courses to take next school year.

Students in grades 8-11 were invited to participate in the fair. The event helps the faculty and staff gauge student interest in the course offerings. It also gives teachers an opportunity to pitch their courses to students.

A teacher from each department was available to answer questions and distribute informational materials. Students also received a “Classroom Classified” to take with them, which lists every course that was proposed, along with a brief course description.

teacher talks to a high school student at a table in a cafeteria
Junior Gage Poultney speaks to Family & Consumer Sciences teacher Cory Cooley.
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