March 31, 2017
Working together with families in a partnership of teachers, staff and community members to provide an individualized learning environment that fosters high achievement in core and elective areas; preparing students for life-long success.
Early College Program
Did you know that Family Partnership Charter School students have been taking university level classes at UAA and APU since 2012? FPCS will pay tuition (through your student allotment) for students in grades 9-12 that qualify to register for 100 level or higher courses.
One of the major advantages of our school is the flexibility in selecting courses. FPCS students have the ability to take single class enrollments at their zoned high school, attend KCC, UAA, APU, take classes online, attend a small group class taught by ASD teachers, and earn credits via parent taught curriculum. Additionally, each of our students receives individually tailored academic support from a sponsor teacher who partners with parents to ensure the best possible educational experience Anchorage has to offer.
Another advantage of FPCS's Early College Program is that Family Partnership students can access the complete spectrum of courses taught by full, assistant, associate, as well as adjunct professors. Our students also attend classes with college students right on UAA's campus.
We hope you will help us get the word out about the amazing opportunities Family Partnership has to offer.
FPCS Alaska Science & Engineering Fair Winners
We had 4 of our FPCS Students receive Awards.
- Ethan Mullikin - Special Award for him and 1st place for his 4th grade team
- Heidi Percy - 1st place for a science demonstration for 5th & 6th grades, Award from Association of Woman in Science
- Colton Smith - 1st place in the middle school Animal Science category recommended to the national middle school Science fair PLUS a cash award.
- Faythe Morris - 1st place in the high school Engineering category, plus other awards including a cash award and a DRONE!
Congratulations to Our 2017 National Honor Society Inductees
Social Studies/Language Arts Exhibition Night
Students in grades 4-8 may participate. Students may display projects or written papers completed this school year, and/or may recite a poem, give a speech or give other LA/SS presentations.
You may also submit pictures to add to the evenings slide show.
Everyone is welcome to attend this Exhibition Night and support our students.
ONLINE EARLY REGISTRATION
- Are you planning on RETURNING to FPCS next year?
- Want to make sure your student's slot is reserved with your sponsor teacher?
We are requesting that all families re-enroll online before you head out for summer vacation: May 1st - May 26th.
For your convenience the Anchorage School District is offering the opportunity for families to re-enroll their students from the comfort of your home or mobile device. We will post the link as soon as it becomes available.
We are close to capacity and with over 100 students applying to our school in the lottery this spring, it looks like we will reach our Charter limit of 700 students.
OnTrack sessions end on Friday, May 5. The May extension for OnTrack begins Tuesday, May 9. Your student must have allocated funds for this May extension to attend, if you have questions please contact your sponsor teacher. The May extension hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00 pm-5:00 pm at the FPCS location. May extension ends on May 25th.
Participating Graduating Seniors
Graduates who are participating in the ceremony on Tuesday, May 23rd should collect 5-7 photos of themselves from infancy to adulthood and email them in jpeg format to Happy Chronister at email@example.com by Saturday, April 15.
Scholarship Opportunity for Graduating Seniors of 2017
Please click on this link to get more information. http://www.spealaska.org/scholarship-program/
March 28- April 7 - PEAKS Testing - Grades 3-10
National Honor Society Meeting Monday, April 17th at 5pm - FPCS office
April 24-May 5 - MAP Testing - Grades K-8
Online Registration May 1-May 26 and July 24-August 21
ANCHORAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Board President: Tam Agosti-Gisler (742-1101 ext. 4)
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