View our bi-weekly Falcon's Eye View Newsletter for parents and the community. Included in this week is information about Parent Teacher Conferences, A Wild West Book Fair - Saddle Up and Read, Pennies for Puerto Rico, Turkey Trot and more!
The Equity and Inclusion Professional Learning Community (PLC) at the school would like your input regarding how we communicate with families, ways to get families involved in school activities or events and strategies used to support our students. Our goal is to receive feedback from 100% of our families.
General Information Fulton’s 8th Annual Turkey Trot will be held on Monday, November 20th for grades 3, 4, & 5 and on Tuesday, November 21st for grades K, 1, & 2. (schedule below!)
Our parent/teacher conferences will be held Monday, Nov. 20 and Tuesday, Nov. 21. Many teachers will hold conferences during those evenings as well. Some teachers may choose to hold meetings on Wednesday, Nov. 22. Once the sign-up process has begun, parents will see the times available. Conferences will be held with homeroom teachers. Information about your child's progress in mathematics will be shared through the homeroom teacher as well. While this is the only formal conference schedule this year, you may always contact your child’s teacher to request a parent-teacher conference at any time to discuss your child’s progress.
Each year, Fulton assists several of our families in need during the holiday season. This year, we are reaching out to our generous and giving community to ensure that ALL of our families have happy holidays.
Our Book Fair is coming to Fulton!! Our annual BOOK FAIR is scheduled to begin on Nov. 30th and run through Dec. 8th We will be open from 10:00 to 4:00 every day with extended hours on Thursday, Dec.7th from 5-8 pm. We are in need of volunteers please sign up to volunteer and help make this a successful event.
During Hispanic Heritage month, the Fulton community participated in a PTA sponsored collection, Pennies for Puerto Rico. Throughout the week of the collection, students learned facts about Puerto Rico during the morning announcements. When students learned that Puerto Rico was struggling to rebuild after Hurricane Maria, they were eager to help in any way possible. Students were encouraged to contribute whatever amount they could, but also knew that it was okay if they could not donate at this time. Many families helped to kickoff our collection during our Fall Festival on Friday October 13th.
The Bully Busters are doing lots of fun and empowering lessons with our star students! In kindergarten, we learned how to be a good friend and practiced identifying characteristics of being a good friend in the book, Chrysanthemum. In first grade, we discussed the difference between tattling vs. telling with a story called, A Bad Case of the Tattle Tongue. In second grade, students practiced the “Golden Rule” – treating others the way you want to be treated. In third grade, we reviewed the 3 key players in a bullying situation (Target, Bully, Bystander) and what bullying really entails. In fourth grade, we read the story, Mr. Peabody’s Apple, which highlighted how fast rumors spread and that we must THINK before we speak. Finally, in fifth grade, students learned about indirect bullying and how it can affect students. Together, we are making Fulton Elementary a fun and safe place to be!
Update Your Family File Information Before School Begins! HCPSS uses Family File for parents/guardians to complete emergency information. Parents/guardians must verify and/or update information for each child, and can do so by logging in to HCPSS Connect and selecting the Family File tab and then clicking on Family File.
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