Effective Tuesday, September 7th, all FCSC schools will will require masks to be worn indoors as well as on buses. We appreciate your understanding and support!
Kindergarten shares their Thanksgiving feast with family and friends
Second graders spend their bee ticket prize by inviting sixth grade friends to their Thanksgiving fun
Third grade students from Fayette Central had the opportunity to explore downtown Fayette County on Thursday, November 18. Over the past month, third grade students have been learning about the history of Fayette County. From Native American tribes that lived here to John Conner's discovery to the canal to present day, students have learned about the development of our town. Students in Mrs. Miller and Miss Fee's class were able to visit the Fayette County Museum, the courthouse, and the Elmhurst. Donna Schroeder and Brian Durham were the tour guides at the museum showing all of the historical artifacts within the museum. Students loved the old tools, art, and cars on display. Officer Robert Fee and Judge Paul Freed toured the courthouse, instructed on our local government, and answered questions regarding our judicial system. Lastly, students were able to tour the Elmhurst. The Elmhurst is full of history; students were guided on a tour throughout each room learning about President Benjamin Harrison's stay and the architectural work inside. Also, students were able to learn of the connection between the Elmhurst and the canal. For lunch, Daniel Girls Farmhouse Restaurant graciously welcomed both classes for lunch. They made the lunch experience one to remember by providing candy canes and reindeer food as a souvenir! Miss Fee and Mrs. Miller say, "Thank you to everyone in the community showing our third grade students the incredible history in our small town!"
Next week is Santa Shop. 12/1-3 Students will shop either on Wednesday or Thursday. All items are $1. Students may buy 2 gifts. Students may buy extra gifts on Friday. All students will get a treat in the Santa Shop.
Picture retakes are tomorrow. If you were absent on picture day or need your picture retaken (you need to bring back your original package) tomorrow is the day.
At Fayette Central we have an amazing staff that goes the extra mile for your children daily. FCSC has a new way you can share your appreciation for that special teacher in your child's life. Please click on the following link to share your appreciation: shorturl.at/hjH78
Mobile Dentist will be at Fayette Central on December 2. Please turn in your application form to Mrs. Mitchell, Health Assistant, as soon as possible if you want your child to be seen by the dentist. If you have questions please call 825-6261.
Please remember is super hero dress up day. This is also book fair week. Students will shop during their library and computer periods.
Next Week is America Ed Week. We are having our Book Fair and Dress Up Week.
Monday is Super Hero Day; Tuesday is Farmer Day; Wednesday is Crazy Sock Day; Thursday is Tie Dye Day, and Friday is Fayette Central Day. Students will shop the Book Fair during the school day.
At Fayette Central we honor our Veterans with a show produced by Hornet News and Mrs. Faulkenberg. Please watch: https://bit.ly/3C8gFr4
Chartwells is inviting you to join their team
Mrs. Faulkenberg's class did a virtual field trip with 2 representative of Industrial Light and Magic who make the impossible possible with the Star Wars movies. They even showed hints of the new Bobba Fett movie. Students also made their own avatars with sprite lab on code.org.
On Tuesday of Red Ribbon Week we wore hats to show we were using our heads to be drug free.
Red Ribbon Week continues with pajama day. We woke up drug free
Dear Car-rider parents: Please be sure to use your car signs so we can be more efficient and safe at getting your child dismissed and to you at the end of the day. Thanks!
Fayette Central is celebrating Red Ribbon Week
Fayette Central is proud to be Drug Free
WE are having a PTO meeting Tuesday, October 19 at 5:00PM in the Fayette Central library. It will also be our annual Title I Parent Meeting.