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Our SAC group just concluded our Personal Product fundraiser. We were able to pack up 20 sling bags that were donated, along with a whole bunch of shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, and other miscellaneous items such as lotion and sunscreen. They really loved participating in this fundraiser!
Mr. Riss and Ms. Richman planned exciting trips for their sixth and eighth grade teams. Students took risks and sought adventures in the treetops of Boundless Adventures in Purchase, New York. Students learned about the importance of responsible decision-making and collaboration in a series of activities that promoted physical and social emotional wellness.
FMS faculty and administrators sat down with Merri Rosenberg of the New York School Boards Association (NYSSBA) to share the work our school has done around racial literacy. The article appears in their latest publication.
A set of original compositions by Jasper "Jazzy" Zimmerman inspired by Pam Muñoz Ryan's novel Becoming Naomi León received quite the compliment from the author. Ms. Muñoz Ryan shared how much she enjoyed Jasper's work, identifying Las Posadas as one of her favorite pieces.
In conjunction with the now three-year-old Multicultural Book Fair held in the high school’s Lloyd Library, THE FESTIVAL, led by co-chairs Jenice Mateo-Toledo and Marie-Louise Miller, celebrates diversity and inclusion through a day packed with visiting authors & illustrators, music, high school student ambassadors, crafts, food, and, of course, books!
Fifth graders were excited to have a visit from Mayor Armcost who answered a variety of questions running the gamut from climate change to favorite Hastings-on-Hudson pizza restaurant. Special thank you to Ms. Claudia Heitler who through her Current Events program helped to make bring this special opportunity to our school!
On Saturday, April 27, the winners of the Farragut Middle School Science Fair competed at the Tri County Science Fair held at White Plains High School. Amanda and Beatrice placed first in the category of Middle School Psychology with their project titled, “How Does Age Affect Your Perception of Stereotypes?”
Fifth grader Anya Hart wins the Martin Luther King Jr. Art Award. Anya was awarded her certificate and prize at the town's annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast, which included local leaders. She spoke to the audience about her artwork and the inspiration. Congratulations Anya!