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Community Schools September News

Please join me in welcoming Liz Hanscome, as the new Community Schools Enrichment Coordinator for Fall River. Liz worked previously in the district as an instructional paraprofessional at Northridge, and as a camp director at Mead Elementary. Liz is planning on offering some fun and exciting before and after schools classes for us.  Liz has prepared an interest survey for students and parents.

State of St. Vrain - Fall Community Forums

St. Vrain Valley Schools is one of the fastest growing and most innovative school districts in the nation. This is a result of strong leadership and a commitment to strengthening infrastructure, technology, high-quality instruction and overall student achievement.
 
This success is also built upon interconnected partnerships with our teachers, staff, students, parents, business and corporate partners, and elected officials. As St.

STEM September News


We are in the process of hiring our new STEM Coordinator...check back next month for their first newsletter!

 

PTO September News

Welcome back to Fall River for the 2018/2019 school year!  September is chock full of events  - we’ve listed some of the  highlights below.  For more details, join us on our PTO FaceBook page,  visit www.FallRiverPTO.org or email us directly.

-Gina Tajchman/ President, president@FallRiverPTO.org

-Rachel VanSambeek/Vice-President   -Kimberly Kozma/Treasurer   -Carina Lindsay/ Secretary board@FallRiverPTO.org

Library September News

Hello from the Learning Lab! 
My name is Amy Parkinson and I'm the new media tech (librarian) here at Fall River. I'm super excited to be here and am learning so much already!  I have 4 kids that are growing up way too fast, but they all attended Fall River...I love this school! 
We just started checking out books, and I love that the students are so excited about it!

Cafeteria September News

Join us for breakfast every morning, 8:20-8:40, in the cafeteria! Breakfast is $1.50 for students, $2.00 for adults.

Principal September News

Dear Fall River Families,

Student Council September News

Mrs. Staples and Mrs. Witko are excited to be the new sponsors of Student Council.

GT September News

Gifted and Talented students achieve above grade level in their strength area.  They display characteristics of unique creativity and high motivation in their strength area.  In order to provide those students with the opportunity for additional academic challenges to support their continued education growth, teachers and parents can nominate gifted students for assessment.

Counselor September News

Start School With a Smile

By Dr. Charles Fay


At schools across America, teachers see two types of first–year students: one quickly adjusts to school and begins to enjoy it, the other cries each day at the door. By applying some easy–to–follow Love and Logic® guidelines, parents can help their youngsters belong to a very lucky group– students who start school with fun instead of fear.

Arrange a tour of your child's school before the year starts.

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