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The 1st Annual Race Matters Committee Multicultural Book Fair was held on June 8, 9, and 10 in the Lloyd Library. In an effort to ensure that the lives of all of our students are reflected in the literature they read, the goal of our Multicultural Book Fair is to broaden the types of stories typically available to students.
On June 2, current fifth grade parents visited a forum hosted by the sixth grade team and the PTSA that outlined some of the upcoming changes for the move into sixth grade.
On May 18, 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.
Along with their elementary and high school students, English as a New Language (ENL) teachers Ms. Mateo-Toledo and Ms. Madera brought their students to see the Statue of Liberty.
The PTSA has generously funded the 6th Grade Community Service Club. Through a series of discussions, hands on projects and a project in the community, we hope our children will experience firsthand the importance and power of giving back to their community.
The sixth graders were surprised this month with a Skype visit from Salva Dut, the real-life hero they had met in Linda Sue Park’s novel A Long Walk to Water.
Paul Feiner, Greenburgh Town supervisor, invited sixth grader Gus to speak at a town council meeting after hearing Gus's essay at the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration this past January.
Seventh and eighth grade students wrote, directed, and starred in a series of highly entertaining one act performances. Click here to enjoy some of the photos!
Students, faculty, and community members have visited our photo series on loan by Family Diversity Projects. The gallery has been brought to us through a generous grant on behalf of our PTSA.
Fifth graders Aynsley and Ciara participated in weekend marches and wrote articles for HereThereEverywhere News.
Students from FMS worked with Project SHARE to collect holiday gifts for families in need.
Thanks to a grant from the PTSA, fifth grade students have been participating in Claudia Heitler's current events program.
Fifth grader Charlotte, a student in Ms. Schnall's class, was recognized for her contribution to the Thanksgiving Day Creative Celebration in the New York State Senate.