Dear FCS Families,
May 5, 2020 is National Teacher Appreciation Day!
We sure appreciate our teachers and will be showing them some love on Tuesday. If you’d like to send a card (or gift card) to your child’s teacher(s), you can send something to their email address or send it to the school address and we’ll be sure they receive it.
2020/21 Middle and High School Course Requests
Instructions for phase one of course requests for the upcoming school year were emailed to 5th-11th grade students and parents yesterday, April 30. Please carefully follow the instructions to be prepared for phase two (next week). Course questions may be emailed to our Academic Advisor Mrs. Escovedo, email@example.com.
The city-wide shelter in place order has been extended through May 31 so the alternative model of education will need to continue through the end of our school year. This information is new today so administration will be in contact with our community by early next week with the latest information pertaining to the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
Schedules for WebEx classes and office hours for all grade levels will be emailed on Sunday afternoon. The elementary schoolwork drop-off and pick-up schedule will be included in that email for your reference.
End of Year Events
The end of the school year is approaching which means it’s time for awards and recognition. Students will be recognized in creative ways this year! See below for a list of events in the planning process:
Elementary Academic Awards – Presented in class WebEx week of May 18
Kinder Promotion – Wednesday, May 20
Secondary Academic Awards – Will be published week of May 18
8th Grade Promotion – Tuesday, May 19 (Format TBD)
HS Sports Awards – The Male and Female Athlete of the Year, along with Coach of the Year will be announced by the last week of school – stay tuned!
CSF Awards were given to seniors at Josten’s Pickup – Names will be included in the graduation program
High School Graduation May 21 (Format TBD)
As always, we can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
18 So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18(NIV)