Falcon News 9/15/19
Fanning Academy of Science and Technology
What is MTSS?
Important Message from SC Edison on Buttonwood Roadwork this week
PTA Reflections Contest
Dance Choreography: Solo and ensemble works of all dance styles are accepted. Entrant must be the choreographer and may also be the performer, or one of the performers. If background music is used, cite it on the entry form. Video file must not exceed 5 min. and 1 GB in size. Accepted formats: AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, MP4.
Film Production: Accepted short film styles include: Animation, narrative, documentary, experimental or media presentation. Use of PowerPoint is prohibited. Entrant must be the screenwriter, cinematographer, editor and producer. If background music is used, cite it on the entry form. Video file must not exceed 5 min. and 1 GB in size. Accepted formats: AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, MP4.
Literature: Accepted forms of fiction and nonfiction include: Prose, poetry, reflective essay, screen play and play script, narrative, and short story. Entrants may write in their primary language as long as an interpretive English translation is also attached. Use of copyrighted material is prohibited. Writingmust not exceed 2,000 words and may be handwritten or typed. Accepted formats: Single-sided print on 8 ½x11” paper, PDF file.
Music Composition: All music styles and combinations of instrumentation are accepted. Entrant must be the composer and may also be the performer, or one of the performers. Use of copyrighted material is prohibited. Audio file must not exceed 5 min. and 1 GB in size. Accepted formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, ACC, FLAC. Notation (score/tablature) in PDF format is only required for middle and high school divisions.
Photography: Photo must be a single print/digital image. Collages and collections of photos are not accepted. Entrant must be the photographer and may use a variety of digital editing techniques including but not limited to, multiple exposure, negative sandwich and photogram. Use of copyrighted material is prohibited. Print image dimensions must be no smaller than 3x5 inches and no larger than 8x10 inches. Accepted print formats: Mounted on mat or poster board no larger than 11x14 inches. Framed prints are not accepted. Digital image dimensions must be at least 640x960 (pixels) and 300 dpi (resolution). Accepted file formats: JPEG, JPG, GIF, PNG.
Visual Arts: Works of both fine and design arts are accepted, including but not limited to: architectural drawing and models, ceramics, collage, computer generated images and graphics, crafts, drawing, fashion clothes and jewelry, fiber work, mixed media, painting, printmaking and sculpture. Use ofcopyrighted material is prohibited. 2D artworks must be mounted on sturdy material and no larger than 24x30 inches with matting. Framed entries are not accepted. Include one digital image of artwork with your submission. 3Dartwork submissions must contain 3 digital images of artwork at different angles. Image(s) are used for artwork identification, judging and exhibition purposes.
Special Artist: Students who identify as having a disability and may receive services under IDEA or ADA: Section 504 may enter in the Special Artist Division or grade division most closely aligned to their functional abilities. See Official Rules for details.
Traffic and Parking Lot Concerns - Please READ!
Over the past few weeks, the amount of dangerous"close calls" during drop-off and pick-up has increased. Some due to an increased amount of cars due to the heat and some due to new families who are not aware of our parking lot procedures. Please help us in providing a safe environment for our students and families by taking the time to read and follow our traffic safety procedures.
Please make true stops when on Apricot as you are entering the parking lot and be considerate of pedestrians using the crosswalk.
The driveway is NOT a crosswalk. Please take the time and walk around the parking lot and use the appropriate crosswalk.
At no time should a vehicle ever be left unless you are in a parking spot.
Be considerate of our district (yellow) buses so they can park on the green curbside.
Do not let students out in the middle of the parking lot when dropping off and please talk to them about not running to your vehicle until you are at a complete stop.
Please do not block the flow of traffic on Apricot Ave. If you are not able to make a LEFT into the parking lot driveway, you must keep driving. Brea PD will be around and monitor the traffic for the safety of our families.
* It is understandable that we are all in a hurry but please know our highest concern is the safety of students and families. Allow extra time for traffic and treat others with respect and patience. We teach our students to be kind and hope they see that in our daily interactions with other adults everyday. Thank you for always supporting the growth of our students!
September 16 Robotic Meeting Grades 4-6
September 19 Falcon Choir Meeting Grades
September 19 Flag Ceremony/SOAR Awards
September 24 Fall Picture Day
September 26 State of the Schools Breakfast