Fernan STEM Academy Weekly Update
Week of 1/23-1/27
No goals are too high where falcons fly. We’re brilliant, kind and strong!
1/26-Fernan Ice Skate Night at McEuen beginning at 5:30 (see below!)
1/27-Work Day: No School
2/3-Report cards go home
2/10-Triple Play Night
2/21-PTA via Zoom, 6 pm
2/24-Spokane Chief Night, 6 pm
5/13-Fernan Spokane Indian Night (link for ordering closer to the event date)
5/18-Fernan Family STEM Medical Night
Arrival, Dismissal and Lunch Schedule
Link to Cd'A School District Family Calendar
The 4th Tuesday of every month is a Roger's PTA fundraiser. Fernan will earn 20% of your total receipt. We have vouchers in the office if you're interested.
Susan Nipp, local author of Mudgy & Millie, and Ann Smart from the Cd'A Library Foundation, came to visit Fernan. We sang, learned about being an author, and received free books for all of our K-2nd grade students. Thank you!
If you are interesting in supporting the Mudgy & Millie assemblies, and donating to the Cd'A Public Library Foundation, here's more information:
Donate to the Library Foundation
More about Mudgy and Millie events (click on Mudgy and Millie tab)
Exciting events and news from our PTA!
Join us for Fernan's Chief Night! Only $10! (and $2 from each ticket goes back to Fernan!)
Calling all 3rd-5th Graders! Come join Fernan's Marimba Ensemble!
email@example.com (you may have to copy and paste his email address) or call
We are looking for donations for Fernan's 'Maker Space' and our art room.
If you notice any of these items around your home, we are looking for the following:
Bottle caps from soda or water bottles
Tape of all kinds
TP Rolls (w/o the tp)
Smaller wood pieces
Construction paper (any color)
Hot glue sticks
Thank you! Please send items with your child.
You must complete this form in advance. Transportation (208) 667-3451
Fernan STEM Academy
Vision Statement: Our Fernan Falcons empower one another to be problem solvers who ask, imagine, plan, create, and grow.
Mission Statement: We build the future by inspiring, engaging, and empowering students to become critical thinking problem solvers who work collaboratively to improve the world around them.