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After reading The Misfits by James Howe, Ms. Duquette's sixth graders were surprised by a visit from the book's author and the book's cover model. Students asked questions and learned more about the writing process.
On May 19, parents were invited to an informational breakfast that included presentations from students, faculty, administration, and parent representatives. Materials distributed during the event can be found here.
Ms. Nedwick and Mr. Keogh oversaw a "Maker Area" where visitors explored robotic and electrical systems.
Sixth grader William Lew submitted his Earth Day artwork to Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins. His work is displayed on her site.
Paige Martin, a sixth grader, is one of two 2016 Dave DeBusschere award recipients. The award recognizes individuals who excel in sports, in the classroom, and who contribute to helping others.
Congratulations to seventh graders Chelsea Seidel and Sara Makulec for winning first place in the Tri-County Science and Technology Fair in the Middle School Psychology category.
The seventh grade course, Literary Magazine, proudly announces the publication of its latest edition. This latest issue showcases a variety of literary forms including short stories, poems, book reviews, as well as vignettes, art work, and more.
FMS 5th grader Catie Mitchell, a junior lector at St. Matthew’s R.C. Church in Hastings, was invited by Cardinal Timothy Dolan to be a guest lector at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC.
Sean Leyden was named school champion. Last year, he came in second place in the GeoBee. The contest is under the supervision of the FMS Social Studies teachers.
Using Touchcast, students designed videos with green screen backgrounds and special effects. In an international contest, students Noah Unger, Daniel Caramanica, and Conor Hughes came in fourth in the world!
Farragut Middle School is proud to announce we were rewarded by the state education department for our growth in English Language Arts and Math: scores that exceed the state average!