November 20, 2020
The Reimbursement DEADLINE for Semester 1 is Friday, December 4, 2020 by 3:30 p.m.
All Reimbursement requests, with corresponding receipts, dated June - December 4, 2020 must be received in our office by the end of our business day @ 3:30 p.m.
Please plan to either drop them off at our office before 3:30 on 12/4 or email your reimbursement request(s) to REIMBURSEMENTS@FPCS.NET before 3:30 p.m. on 12/4.
Mark your calendar
- 11/14 Registration for Ox Academy opens - contact your sponsor teacher
- 11/16-12/11 Student Government's Clare House Donation drive
- 11/20 Parent Workshop @ 6:00 p.m. - "Virtual Field Trips and Global Learning"
- 11/23-27 Thanksgiving Break - Offices Closed
- 12/4 Reimbursement Deadline for purchases made dated 6/1/20-12/4/20
Enrichments Update and Shout-out
In poetry this week, we wrote “jigsaw puzzle” poems where we took the words from a poem and mixed them up to create new poems. We used “Snow Toward Evening” by Melville Cane. Caroline, kindergartner, wrote “White Snow” and two other poems. She now says she wants to be a poet when she grows up!
Family Goodie bags & Library Sign Up
Reminder: our offices are closed during Thanksgiving week.
Have you visited the new Library, yet? If you haven't, there's still time to sign-up...appointment slots are available from 12/7-12/17. Here's the Library Sign-up link!
Did you know that Family Partnership has our own FPCS YouTube channel? We post all our recorded parent and college/career workshops. Check it out!!
Ox Academy is an asynchronous online program that offers a full catalog of challenging core and elective classes where students can earn .5 semester credit.
FPCS collaborates with Frontier & PAIDEA homeschools to bring our students the best "Homeschool Online" learning experience.
Upcoming Parent Workshop Topics
November 20th at 6PM
ASD Teacher & Global Education Alaska founder Michelle Carton
"Virtual Field Trips & Global Learning"
Michelle, also known as MC the Global Librarian, is the founder of Global Education Alaska and an advocate for Global Citizenship for students and educators. She develops global projects and curriculum, contributes to journals and publications, and travels around the world both physically and virtually, writing a global learning blog, working with libraries, educational leaders, students, and parents to maximize learning potential for individuals and communities. In this workshop, Michelle will introduce us to her virtual field trips, give us tools to foster global citizenship and help our kids explore the world from home.
Meeting ID: 358 714 1535