Fernan STEM Academy Weekly Update
Week of 3/13 - 3/17 March Character Trait: Teamwork
No goals are too high where falcons fly. We’re brilliant, kind and strong!
3/15-*Grand* Breakfast (book fair)
3/16-Silverwood Read to Ride log due! (click on link for a copy)
3/16-Family Reading Night: Literacy Luau! 5:30-7:15
3/17-No School, K-5 Staff Workday
3/22-4th Grade Exhibition and Performance
3/23-Parent Teacher Conferences, 4-7:30
3/24-Parent Teacher Conferences (during the day)
4/13-Birds of Prey, 3rd-5th graders
5/13-Fernan Spokane Indian Night (link for ordering closer to the event date)
5/18-Fernan Family STEM Health and Safety 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.
*Grand* breakfast is on 3/15, from 7:45-8:15. Please R.S.V.P.
Fernan Family Reading Night: Literacy Luau- 3/16, 5:30-7:15
News from our Counselor!
The character trait for March is Teamwork! In April, we will be learning about Integrity! The students enjoy participating in discussions about the character trait when I visit their classes for a lesson. Please take every opportunity to discuss the monthly character trait with your children and look at ways they can apply the traits at school and at home! Thank you for all of your support, which helps make their learning success possible!
On another note, we are again in need of snacks for children when they visit the counseling office. There are usually students visiting mid-morning or mid-afternoon and they could use a nutrition break as well. We would appreciate any donations of healthy snack bars, fig bars, fruit snacks, crackers, etc (Costco has been a great place to get bulk snacks).
Thank you for your support!
Eric KendraSchool Counselor
Fernan STEM Academy
208-664-2659 Ext: 24016
PTA is looking for positions for the 2023-2024 year, and offers 'get to know you' information about our staff! Next meeting: 3/21!
- Fall Carnival
- Trunk or Treat
- Pictures with Santa
- Classroom Funds
- Honors grant requests
- Supports STEM focus
President, treasurer and secretary. Please email email@example.com if you have questions or are interested in making a different in the lives of our Fernan students.
Ever wished you knew a little bit more about the amazing teachers and staff at Fernan? Well now you can through reading the About Me surveys the PTA sent out. Find them here!
Prepurchase an autographed copy by a local author of one of the Birds of Prey books shown below.
Send a check, cash or money order for $17.95 (this includes tax) to Birds of Prey Northwest with your child or bring it to office. Please designate which book/s you are ordering. If your child is in K-2, you can still order a book. Thank you!
Please take the engagement survey linked below! We value your opinion!
Idaho’s custom parent survey is an important part of our focus on serving and engaging parents in our schools’ work. This survey gives you the chance to tell us how schools are doing in meeting your needs.
We will use these survey responses to find ways to maximize satisfaction, engagement, and communication. Additionally, the state will report the results and the number of responses on Idaho’s school report card https://idahoschools.org/
Thank you in advance for participating in this survey.
Looking for STEM night (5/18) donations. We'd love to collect the items below. Please take a look around your home and see if you have any of these materials. We will collect at the office. Thank you!
- Cardboard tubes from paper towels or wrapping paper
- Straws (bendable)
- Ziploc sandwich bags
- Painter's tape
- Clear Glue
- Liquid Starch
STEM Activity for home! Build a greenhouse from a recycled plastic bottle.
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.