Fulton Science Academy
INNOVATION, EXCELLENCE, CHARACTER
Week of March 21, 2016
- Middle School Science Olympiad Team places 2nd in State and will compete at National Level in Wisconsin in May.
- Destination Imagination-FOUR 1st place teams going to GLOBAL FINALS!!! WAY TO GO!!!
- Math Olympiad Team won 1st place in State! 7th grader, Holden Watson moving on to Mathcount Nationals with our Math Olympiad Coach Mrs. Duzyol.
Our students also enjoyed Wax Museum, St. Patrick's Day, High Museum Field Trip, Academic Teams Picnic and Pi Day this past week.
We had another successful Open House, a huge thank you to all our wonderful students, teachers and parents.
CONGRATULATIONS SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM FOR ADVANCING TO NATIONALS TWO YEARS IN A ROW!
The Fulton Science Academy Private School Science Olympiad Team qualified for the National Science Olympiad Tournament by placing second at the Georgia state tournament held at Lambert High School on March 19, 2016. The team had its best performance in team history, besting last year’s state score by twenty points. FSA team members earned medals in eighteen of the twenty-three events and its lowest event placement was seventh out of twenty-six of the state’s top teams.
Head Coaches Pam Walsh and Gloria Stathos were especially proud of the team’s performance.
“Our students exuded a calm confidence throughout the day,” said Gloria Stathos. “They came out of each event feeling they were well-prepared and had done their best.” Pam Walsh said, “In the past, we’ve always had at least one event that for whatever reason did not go as planned, but this year, our students left nothing to chance and it showed. All of our building events worked as expected and we give a lot of credit to our Building event coach, Yasin Parlak. This is his first year coaching Science Olympiad and he has done an outstanding job mentoring his students. ”
The team now will spend evenings and weekends preparing for the National Science Olympiad Tournament to be held May 18-21 at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menominee, WI.
Congratulations to all students, teachers and parent coaches for this wonderful achievement.
Individual awards were earned by the following students:
Crave the Wave – coached by Mr. Kersey
1st Place – Vihan Karnala and Holden Watson
Invasive Species – coached by Mrs. Butler
1st Place – Will Mutsch and Avinash Pratap
Experimental Design – coached by Mrs. Stathos and Simon Wang
1st Place – Mira Mutnick, Sophie Richardson, and Sruthi Chatrathi
Bridges – coached by Mr. Parlak
1st Place –Andre Hamelberg and Akash Bhatt
Road Scholar – coached by Mrs. Stathos
1st Place – Mira Mutnick and Sophie Richardson
Bottle Rockets – coached by Mr. Parlak
2nd Place – Andre Hamelberg and Jay Epstein
Dynamic Planet- coached by Mrs.Walsh
2nd Place – Mira Mutnick and Sophie Richardson
Food Science – coached by Ms. Lang, Mr. Unal, and Mrs. Crigler
2nd Place – Akash Bhatt and Navina Doss
Green Generation – coached by Ms. Larson
2nd Place – Sparsh Kudrimoti and Christina Wang
Meteorology – coached by Mrs. Walsh
2nd Place – Chance Crigler and Sanjeev Uppaluri
Write It, Do It – coached by Mrs. Stathos
2nd Place – Mira Mutnick and Sophie Richardson
Scrambler – coached by Mr. Parlak
2nd Place –Andre Hamelberg and Sparsh Kudrimoti
Disease Detectives – coached by Mrs. Bhatt and Ms. Chirumamilla
3rd Place – Akash Bhatt and Sruthi Chatrathi
Elastic Launch Glider – coached by Mrs. Walsh
3rdPlace – Vihan Karnala and Jay Epstein
Reach for the Stars – coached by Mrs. Walsh
3rd Place – Holden Watson and Chance Crigler
Fossils – coached by Ms. Beres
4th Place – Sanjeev Uppaluri and Jay Epstein
Mission Possible – coached by Mr. Kersey
4th Place – Andre Hamelberg and Akash Bhatt
FSA MATH OLYMPIAD TEAM WON 1ST PLACE IN STATE MATHCOUNTS COMPETITION
We are very happy to announce that for the first time in our school's history, our Math Olympiad Team won 1st place as a team in State MathCounts competition. After so many 1st place awards as a team, this is the latest achievement from our wonderful Math Olympiad Team.
Two of our students placed in the Top 10, Holden Watson came 2nd and Charlie Furniss came 5th individually.
The rules for this competition beyond state level are that the Top 4 individuals form Georgia will head on to Nationals with the First placed Team Coach. Therefore, our wonderful Math Olympiad Head Coach Mrs. Sema Duzyol and 7th grader, Holden Watson are heading to Nationals! The national competition will be held in Washington DC on May 7 - 10 2016. All of their expenses are paid by the MathCounts Organization.
We wish Team Georgia and Holden the best at the National level. Way to go!
Below are the other achievements of our incredibly successful Math Olympiad Team this school year:
- 1st Place as a Team in 2016 Woodstock High School Math Tournament at the JV level.
- 2015 Best Novice Team at the Varsity Level of the 2015 Lassiter High School Math Tournament.
- 1st Place as a Team in the 2015 Luella High School Math Tournament,
- 1st Place as a Team in Both the Accelerated Division and the Middle School Division at the 2015 War Eagle Math Competition.
- 1st Place as a Team at the Junior Varsity Level of the 2015 Rockdale Math Competition
- 1st Place as a Team at the 6th grade level of the 2015 Eagle Cup Math Competition
- 2nd Place at the Junior Varsity Level of the 2015 North Fulton High School Math Competition
FOUR FSA DESTINATION IMAGINATION TEAMS ADVANCED TO GLOBAL FINALS
WOW! Excellent performance from our FSA Destination Imagination Teams this past Saturday, March 19 at Lanier High School. Our DI teams really outdid themselves this year. A total of four teams advanced to Global Finals!
Destination Imagination Global Finals will be hosted on May 25 - 28 in Tennessee. Global Finals is the world’s largest celebration of creativity. Each May, more than 8,000 of the world’s most innovative minds compete in teams to showcase their Challenge solutions in our international competition, celebrate their creativity and have fun.
THE MYSTERY GANG TEAM WON 1ST PLACE IN THE GET A CLUE CHALLENGE & ADVANCED TO GLOBAL FINALS
THE MYSTERY GANG ALSO WON THE RENASSIANCE AWARD
From the DI Appraisers: "From the tops of their heads to the tips of their toes, this team went to great heights to paint an accurate and creative picture for the audience to enjoy. The modern design made these characters flow back in time and shine! So to you we reveal the Renaissance Award is bestowed upon the Mystery Gang!"
GOLDEN ARMOUR TEAM WON 1ST PLACE IN THE PLAIN SIGHT CHALLENGE & ADVANCED TO GLOBAL FINALS
FIRE/WATER/EARTH TEAM WON 1ST PLACE IN THE CLOSE ENCOUNTERS CHALLENGE & ADVANCED TO GLOBAL FINALS
THE GALAXY GLITCHERS WON 1ST PLACE IN THE PACE OF CHANGE CHALLENGE & ADVANCED TO GLOBAL FINALS
GALAXY GLITCHER ALSO WON A DESTINATION IMAGINATION RENAISSANCE AWARD
IN MUSICAL MASHUP OUR DI TEAMS WON 5TH AND 7TH PLACE
PRINCIPAL SENER ALSO RECEIVED A SPIRIT OF DISCOVERY AND IMAGINATION AWARD IN DESTINATION IMAGINATION
“What a hugely pleasant surprise to see Mr. Sener helping us with DI. Fulton Science Academy has been so generous with GADI this year, stepping up at the last minute to offer their school to us for the regional tournament. That aside, what better way to set an example of volunteering to students and to the community than by volunteering his time. It is the impact he has to the children and to the community for which I [we] am inspired to nominate Mr. Kenan Sener for the Spirit of DI Award for the 2015-2016 season.”
The Spirit of Discovery & Imagination Award honors those demonstrating outstanding and extraordinary levels of spirit; whose sacrifices are not for themselves, but for others. Destination imagination proudly recognizes Mr. Sener as a superior role model in spirit, sportsmanship, and volunteerism.
Wax Museum 5th Grade
The younger elementary grade teachers and students were very impressed with how much work had gone into this social studies project.
Congratulations on a job well done 5th Grade!
For the digit contest students had to recite 3.14.....as far as they could remember
3rd grade-Sonia H (52)
4th grade- Fayo A (93)
5th grade- Pranit T (144) -overall 3rd Place Winner
6th grade-Sid T (156)- overall 2nd Place Winner
7th grade-Vishaal R- (222) overall 1st Place Winner
8th grade- Sparsh K (96)
and 1st grader Blake Crosby (100)
a special Thank You to our PVO for planning the Pi Day pizza
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations!
St. Patrick’s Day morning (March 17th) was filled with mischief and fun for the kindergarteners. Pat the Leprechaun had visited both classrooms overnight and left more than a few surprises! The classrooms definitely looked a little more disheveled than usual and the kids had a great time cleaning up from that pesky leprechaun, but the best part was the riddle-filled scavenger hunt! Students solved clever riddles as a group and traveled around the school to try and find Pat’s pot o’ gold. Alas, he evaded us once again. However, great fun was had by all and the plastic coins we found were almost as exciting as the real thing!
ROAD TO COLLEGE SEMINAR
As part of our vision to prepare our students for college and career beginning at the early years of their education life, we will be hosting a Road to College evening event for our parents and students on April 14, 2016 at 6:00pm.
Representatives from many colleges including but not limited to Georgia Tech, Savannah College of Art and Design, University of North Georgia, West Georgia University, Oglethorpe University, Morehouse College, Kennesaw State University and Georgia State University will be with us during this event.
Please mark your calendars for this important event.
SAT Cabin Camp: April 1st - April 4th
All 6th thru 8th grade students are invited to a weekend SAT practice camp during the first weekend of Spring Break. The camp will be held in two cottages, one for boys and one for girls at Lake Lanier. During the camp, students will practice SAT Math Questions & will work on SAT Vocabulary. We have limited space in the cabins and your application will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
Camp Date: 04/01/16 - 04/04/16 (Form is emailed to parents and available at Front Office)
Leaving at 5:00 pm on Friday from FSA and returning back around 12:00 pm on Monday.
Contact person: Sema Duzyol, E-mail: email@example.com
The deadline to return this form: Monday, March 21st 2016
Cost per student: $75.00 for the camp including transportation, food and cottage.
FSA Health Policy Reminder
It seems that cold and flu season is upon us and in full swing. We would like to remind you of our school policy regarding communicable illnesses and give you some helpful tips for staying healthy. We are beginning to see a lot of students at the front office with communicable illnesses and many of them mention that they were sick before leaving home, but their parents encouraged them to come to school. Please let me remind you that control measures and periods of exclusion are very important at a time like this in order to keep down the spread of these illnesses.
If we all follow these guidelines and simple steps, it will help to combat the spread of illness throughout our school and in your homes.
School guidelines regarding communicable illness:
1. The student should remain at home until being symptom free for 24 hours. This means that your child may not return to school until 24 hours from their last vomiting or diarrhea episode.
2. If the student experiences a fever during an illness, they should be “fever free” for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication before returning to school.
3. If the diagnosis is strep throat, the student should remain at home for 24 hours after starting the first dose of antibiotic treatment.
4. During any communicable illness, the student should be symptom free and fever free for 24 hours before returning to school. If your child has the flu, they should provide a doctor's note stating they can return to school.
NATIONAL CHESS TOURNAMENT
2016 National Chess Tournament for K-12 students will be held in Atlanta on April 1 - 3. This is a great opportunity for our students to play chess at national level. If you are interested, please register your child at http://www.uschess.org/tournaments/2016/hs/
STEAM workshops at High (6,7,8th)
Middle school students are excited about their visit to the High Museum.
6th grade will be visiting on Tuesday, March 22.
7th grade will be visiting on Wednesday, March 23.
8th grade will be visiting on Thursday, March 24.
This won’t be a typical visit to our art museum. The students will be participating in a STEAM workshop, along with an art tour. In this new tour and workshop, the students will see firsthand how artists are creative problem solvers and thinkers. Design and studio thinking come together in this exciting docent-led tour and hands-on workshop.
Stay tuned for highlights from our visit.
FSA Cultural Cafe 2016 - Sunday, April 17 4-7pm
You and your family are invited to the 2016 Cultural Cafe where you will enjoy a night of exploring the diverse cultures represented at FSA through a showcase of countries, homemade food, and a student led talent show. Families are asked to participate by sharing a dish that represents your heritage, and students are welcome show off their talents and abilities in the talent show. Please see the SignUp Genius links below to volunteer your culinary skills, talents and help for the evening.
This is one of our favorite events of the year and we look forward to seeing you there!
March 22,23,24- 6,7,8th grade STEAM Field Trips at the High Museum- respectively
March 26- Science Genius competition hosted at FSA
March 28- St.Baldricks donaters dress down day
March 29- Pi Day winners dress down day
April 1-4 SAT Cabin Camp
April 4-8- Spring Break, school closed
April 14 at 6 pm - Road to College Seminar
April 17- Cultural Cafe 4-7 pm
Costa Rica trip!
Dr Erkans CMP Rainbow Results
Mrs. Peacock’s 7th Grade Boys CMP Class
Themes explored this year together as a class include: Empathy & Communication, Bullying Prevention, Emotional Management, and Decision Making/Problem Solving.
We have just finished analyzing the characters and their traits in the movie “August Rush”. The title character is a musical prodigy, which has never known his parents, but never doubts that they exist and are searching for him. His parents, he believes are speaking to him through music. August hears their love for him in the music that surrounds him, and he answers back to his parents through that music he creates.
This music driven movie demonstrates the power of music to evoke emotion and to communicate to others. We are working through a variety of activities are designed to encourage students to explore the ways in which music enhances their life on a daily basis. Various types of relationships and connections in August Rush define and shape the people and outcomes in the story,. They demonstrate how crucial and interconnected different relationships in life really are.
Students are continuing to explore together: emotions that different circumstances evoke, identify ways to best communicate and express themselves, and how to best support others around them.
Soccer- the beautiful game!
Middle School Soccer club has been a blast this year. We have played many games consistently mixing up the students to make sure they understand how their peers react under pressure and in game play. The students have been learning through game play to maneuver, pass, and score. Students have been playing in multiple player positions to discover what positions they need work on and what positions they are doing well at. The player camaraderie, talent and sportsmanship among the students is nothing shy of impressive. FSA soccer club is full of heart, stamina and determination.
NJHS club is collecting Box Tops- competition update
This semester the NJHS club is collecting Box Tops for Education for our school! For each Box Top collected, our school will receive 10¢. The homeroom that collects the most Box Tops between now and March 31st will receive a dress down day! The Box Top Collection box is a redmailbox by the front desk. Box Tops cannot be accepted if they are expired! In order for your Box Top submission to be counted for your homeroom, please write your homeroom teacher’s name on a bag and include your Box Tops in the bag before placing them in the collection box.
For more information on Box Tops, including a list of participating products to find them on, go to BTFE.com. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Rucker at
***Update: Mrs. Kanov’s Pre-K class is in the lead! Only a week and a half left in the contest so make sure you send in those Box Tops! Visit
http://www.boxtops4education.com/about/collection-sheets to find printable collection
sheets to help organize the Box Tops you’ve collected.
IMPORTANT DISMISSAL PROCEDURES ANNOUNCEMENT
For the safety of our students:
School dismissal policy is that at 3:30 pm and 4:20 pm students are dismissed by carpool at the upper circle. Unless there is a family emergency, please do not expect to get your student from the front desk. If there is a family emergency please call the Administration Team, Principal Sener, or Assistant Principals Turan and Campbell, who will authorize pick up of your child during our no pick up times.
Any students waiting in the lobby without a parent will be sent up to Study Hall between 3:30 pm and 4:20 pm to be supervised, and from 4:40 pm -6 pm to After Care.
School closes at 6 pm, any students remaining will be under the care of staff waiting to go home.
If a parent is coaching a club or at a parent conference siblings or carpooling students need to be in Study Hall or After Care (no fee incurred).
If one student is in a club, or private music lesson, any additional siblings will be expected to follow the rule above (fee will apply after 4:40).
Academic Team members need to be picked up at 5:30 pm (unless otherwise directed by teachers). If not picked up they will be sent to After Care and the fee applied.
Pre-k and Kindergarten students (and any siblings or carpooling students) will continue to dismiss from the end of the elementary hallway.
Teachers ‘children need to use Study Hall or After Care unless directly supervised by their parent.
No student should ever be in an area of our school without adult supervision, cafeteria, stage, gym etc
Please respect our teachers and parent coach’s personal time as they work outside regular school hours with your students by picking up promptly.
This is our school policy and it will be adhered to.
March Fitness Challenge
Dr. Erkan's CMP students, have been working on a project called "Rainbow Project" to collect coloring books and crayons to be donated to homeless children. They have boxes located one in the cafeteria and one near the front desk and one in the media center. Please encourage your students to donate for homeless children until March 15. If they write their names and homeroom teacher's name on a post it note and stick it to the coloring book or crayon box they are donating, all students in their class will get rainbow bracelets.
FSA MINI CARNIVAL GAMES
4th and 5th Grade Stone Mountain Field Trip
4th and 5th graders will be heading on a field trip to visit Stone Mountain Park on April 19, 2016. Students will take part in Stone Mountain's Colonial Georgia Program. This program features a visit to the Revolutionary-era Thornton House and a look at what our state was like as America was becoming an independent nation.
Students should bring $20 to Mrs. Flowers or Mrs. Khan in cash or check made out "FSAPS" along with the field trip consent form as soon as possible.
8th Grade Six Flags Trip
We are organizing an 8th grade field trip to Six Flags over Georgia on Friday, April 22nd 2016 during school hours. It is one of the Education (Physics) days at Six Flags. We will leave from FSA at 8:30 a.m. and return around 4:20 p.m. by school bus.
We also need some parent chaperons. If you are interested please send me an email and return $80 with the attached form. $40 for your child and $40 for yourself. We have limited space for parents.First come first served. firstname.lastname@example.org
parents of rising 7th graders
All students born on or after January 1, 2002 and entering, advancing or transferring into 7th grade in Georgia need proof of an adolescent pertussis (whooping cough) booster vaccination (called “Tdap”) and an adolescent meningococcal vaccination (MCV4). Proof of both vaccinations must be documented on the Georgia Immunization Certificate (Form 3231).
Please submit to the front desk before Fall semester begins. Thank you.
Elementary Science Olympiad-empty 2 liter soda bottles with the label attached
We are excited to announce that we will be holding a Maker Faire at FSAPS this semester! A Maker Faire is the best Show (and Tell) on Earth! It is a festival of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.
All students were invited to create a project to display at our school Maker Faire to be held on our campus.
Students who participate will earn 10 points extra credit added to a test in their Science class and a chance to win an exciting award and a cash prize!
· Elementary School:
LEGO sets, craft sets, and Snap Circuits
1st Place - $100 Amazon Gift Card
2nd Place - $75 Amazon Gift Card
3rd Place $50 Amazon Gift Card
(1. Fill out the Maker Faire Project Proposal and turn it in to your Science teacher - completed)
2. Use the Maker Project Packet attached to work on your project throughout the semester and bring it to school no later than Monday, April 25th.
Spring Private Music Recital
The recital will be Sunday, May 15th, at 5 PM in the cafeteria. The dress is dress up! Students please be there 15 minutes early so that we can prepare. We will be asking parents to sign a recital form. Please save the date!
Practice, Practice and more Practice!
Melinda Hubbell, Director
Private Music Lesson Program
BAND AND ORCHESTRA BEGINS AT 4TH GRADE NEXT YEAR
MORNING ANNOUNCEMENT VIDEOS
We now have daily morning announcement videos on our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/FultonScienceAcademy
Every morning students watch video announcement in their homeroom classes.
If you like, check them out everyday as you are available on our Youtube Channel.
If you subscribe to our Youtube channel, then you will be notified whenever a morning announcement video is uploaded or a new school video is uploaded. Please see a sample morning announcement video below.
FULTON SCIENCE ACADEMY 2016 SUMMER STEAM CAMP FOR ACADEMICALLY GIFTED
OPEN TO ALL GEORGIA GIFTED STUDENTS IN 1ST GRADE THROUGH 8TH GRADE.FSA S.T.E.A.M. Camp provides fun hands-on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics to develop new skills, expand creative thinking, and foster team building and new friendships.
FSA S.T.E.A.M. Camp is taught by an award winning staff, occurs in an easy two-weeks day camp format, and is designed to be both fun and full of learning!
Activities include Math Games, Hands-On Science Activities, Multi-Media Art Projects,
Robotics, Computer Programming, and 3D Animation.
Campers are divided into grade levels to better tailor activities, instruction,
supervision, and content for a more engaging and fun experience!
1ST SESSION: FROM JUNE 6, 2016 TO FRIDAY, JUNE 17 FOR 1O WEEK DAYS
2ND SESSION: FROM JUNE 20, 2016 TO FRIDAY, JULY 1 FOR 1O WEEK DAYS
Since both sessions are identical and will include same content, families may choose either of the dates to register based on their availability.
COST: $600 PER CAMPER FOR A SESSION
This amount includes all materials, instruction, lunch, and snacks.
Each student will be given a certificate for the successful completion of
FSA S.T.E.A.M. Camp for the Academically Gifted
2016 FSA Summer Leadership Camp
2016 FSA Summer Leadership Camp will take place May 28th through June 3rd , at Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The camp is open to 5th through 8th grade students and includes Daily Leadership Classes, outdoor & indoor activities such as Dollywood, Rafting, Go-Kart, Golf, Blaster boats, 5D Movie, City Tour... the cost is $500 (Tickets, Transportation and Meals included).
If you would like your child to attend the Leadership Camp please return the application form to the front office by Friday, February 5th, 2016. Please contact Mr.Turan if you have any questions at email@example.com
For Your information
Uniform and locker Reminder
A reminder that all non-uniform jackets need to be taken off and left in lockers or cubbies after arriving at school. Jackets should be worn for outside recess, but must be returned to lockers or cubbies after that. Wearing a non-uniform jacket during class is a violation of the dress code, which results in conduct points.
All students 4th through 8th grade have been issued a locker lock for their locker. This locker lock is to be used to prevent anyone from tampering with student belongings. If you have lost your locker lock, see Mrs. Campbell for a replacement. A replacement lock will cost $20.
Also, all lockers should be clean of papers and objects on the outside, except for the good luck messages for academic team competitions. All birthday congratulations may be displayed for one week.
On Going Programs
ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN - OUR GOAL IS 100% PARTICIPATION
Dear FSA Families,
Our Annual Giving Campaign is well on its way and we would like for you to be a part of the giving. Our goal is 100% participation.
Please note that you may donate at any amount level. It is more important that you participate.
Please find the details here: http://fultonscienceacademy.org/giving-back/
Thank you for all you do.
Six Flags Read to Succeed
If your child is in kindergarten through 6th grade, and met the reading requirements and completed the form by February 24th they will receive a free ticket to Six Flags Over Georgia to be used 2016 season.
Get my kidz shuttle
The special group rate will be for the following areas: Cumming, Suwanee, Duluth, Alpharetta
Please contact Get My Kidz Shuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-357-6797
Our website is www.getmykidzshuttle.com
Year Book Update
To purchase and CUSTOMIZE your yearbook, go to: www.TreeRing.com/validate and enter the FSAPS passcode: 1013541294622699
Even if you do not plan to purchase a yearbook this year, please create an account. You may use the same account every year, and you will be able to share photos online within the FSAPS family (and help contribute pictures to the yearbook!).
If you already have an account, please make sure that it is linked up with this year's yearbook!
WTCafe is proud to be the Fulton Science Academy lunch provider!
Wholesome Tummies is a locally owned franchise, providing only the highest quality, freshest lunches.
Our foods are all - natural and never contain any high fructose corn syrup, unnatural trans fats, artificial colors, flavors or added nitrates. The menu is also 100% "nut-free" with offering of gluten-free and vegetarian items.
You can order your all-natural entrees directly from our website at www.WTCAFE.com. Order 36 hours before the meal to get all of the menu options or as late as 8am the same morning for a vegetarian pasta! Entrees are pre-ordered and delivered to school daily in time for lunch. Students can choose 2 sides on site from a variety of fresh, in-season fruits, salads and veggies and a selection of healthy, all-natural snacks.
FSA BAND & ORCHESTRA PROGRAM
Please check this website for detailed information and registration to FSA Band and Orchestra Program:
Since we have after school clubs till 4:20pm, the band and orchestra will start at 4:30pm to avoid possible conflicts with academic teams and club studies. Please check actual days and times on the website - http://www.dolceensemble.com
FSA SOCIAL MEDIA
We regularly update our accounts on social media. You may enjoy following our school on social media as well. Here are our links:
2- FSA FACEBOOK PAGE
Many of you are already following our Facebook page. If you are not yet following, all you need to do is to “Like" our Facebook page.
4- FSA LINKEDIN
So many of you have LinkedIn accounts. To get news about our school on LinkedIn, simply follow our schools’s LinkedIn page.
GREEN SCHOOL TIPS BY FSA ROBOTICS TEAM STUDENTS
SIGN UP FOR REMIND!
We have created a Remind account to keep our community informed and up-to-date with what is happening at our school.
By joining FSAPS remind, you will be receiving messages via push notifications, SMS, or e-mail. We recommend SMS option for our families and students.
We will use this tool as an addition to other communication tools we use at our school.