Farmington Middle School
Every Student Everyday
FMS in and out of the classroom
Don't miss out
May 7th - Choir Concert
May 9th - Mrs. Wilson's Challenger Field Trip
May 10th - Band Concert
May 14th-18th - FMS Book Fair
May 15th - FMS Extravaganza, come see art projects and other amazing works created by FMS students.
May 15-16 - Algebra 1 EOC testing.
May 17th - Mr. Washam's students to Johnson's Shut Ins
May 17th - 7th grade parent meeting for 2018-2019 8th grade students. 9:15 a.m.5:30 p.m. FMS Library.
May 18th - Some science students to participate in Boat Float at Civic Center
May 18/21 - Middle School Chromebook collection.
May 23 - Awards assembly, Schoolwide (Harold Wright Award, Horas Mann, Physical Fitness) Team awards given out by individual teams. Please check with your students teachers.
For schedules and more information please see the link below.
Chromebook Collection will be May 18th and 21st at the Middle School.
Farmington Middle School is 1:1 with Chromebooks. These devices are an extension of the classroom. As teachers are trained to use these devices to increase student engagement and students achievement, it is important that students bring their Chromebooks to school each day and that they are fully charged. Please develop a plan with your student each night to power down and charge their device so they are prepared and do not miss out on any educational opportunities at school.
This months Tech Tip from Mindy Southern
Your Google calendar has options that will send you notifications like text messages, emails or desktop notifications to remind you of an event on your calendar. You can get updates minutes, hours, days or weeks before an event. The option is yours!
Character Council - State School of Character
FMS will be interviewing and selecting new Character Council members for 2018-2019 on May 11th and May 15th
Farmington Middle School received the prestigious award, being named a State School of Character. We are excited to see the hard work and efforts of our Character Committee, students, staff and community pay off. FMS has continued to pursue excellence in this area and we applied for a National School of Character and we are anxiously awaiting our results.
The Farmington Middle School Character Council provides students with leadership opportunities within the school setting. Character Council is comprised of student representatives who apply for the position and are FMS role models endorsed by staff members and succeed in a selection process. The FMS Character Council leads school wide character education efforts. They model the Eight Pillars of Integrity, lead service learning opportunities, and plan school spirit activities and events. Character Council meets before school daily and plans for and coordinates service projects, character education activities, and other service learning opportunities. Applications for new members are available each spring of the school year for consideration for membership the next school year