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Spanish 5 and Girl Scout Troop: On February 13th the Spanish 5 class had the honor of teaching the Girl Scout Troop #10470 all about Spain.  They spent about 2 hours after school doing various activities.  The Girl Scouts learned that Spain is in Europe and is very, very close to Africa and did several vocabulary enrichment activities.  They also tasted authentic Spanish cuisine that consisted of Paella, Gazpacho, Flan, Mantecados, and Churros.  They also made maracas to bring home.  The seniors that ... more >>
Area All-State: Congratulations to this year's Area All-State Students.  Nicole June will be representing FP in the band.  Abigail Young, Karyn Kovelewski and Sarah Soergel will be representing FP in the Women's Chorus as well as Mixed Chorus.  This is an outstanding opportunity for our students to perform with other talented music students at the State level.  We are very proud of all of our dedicated FP music students. more >>
OCM BOCES Facilities Vote:                                                                                                                                 ... more >>
Cold Weather Precautions: INFORMATION TO PARENTS ABOUT COLD WEATHER PRECAUTIONS   Dear Parents:   At this time of year, it is a good idea to talk with to children about cold weather safety .  Extra care is needed, especially in younger children, to be sure that frostbite does not occur.    It is important to check your children’s, even teens’, outerwear everyday during extreme weather conditions. Warm jackets, hats, scarves, boots, and an extra pair of ... more >>
MS Student Government Food Drive: The Middle School Student Government held its annual food drive December 9 th through 13 th .  The Salvation Army of Syracuse dropped off three large barrels to be filled with nonperishable food items to benefit their distribution center.  Then the Middle School Government went right to work to help make the holiday season brighter for those in need.   There was a contest, in which each Middle School homeroom participated.  The homeroom that brought in the most donations ... more >>
Guest Artist Visit Elementary Students: On Friday, November 15, Dr. Bob vonHunke visited Fabius-Pompey Elementary School to share his artistic expertise with a first and fourth grade.  Dr. Bob is a retired art teacher from Fayetteville-Manlius who is an active, exhibiting artist.  He also happens to be the grandfather of F-P students Lein and Siriah Walser.  After showing some of his amazing acrylic paintings of scenes from as far away as China, a student asked how he creates a painting.  It was a perfect lead-in ... more >>
Teen Institute attends Heart of New York TI: From November 7 to November 10, eleven High School students attended the Heart of New York Teen Institute Conference.  They learned a lot about leadership and met many new people from all over New York State.  The students did many activities that strengthened their personal leadership skills.  While there, the students planned activities for their school, including The Great American Smokeout, Lights on for Life, Band aids for Better, and Chalk the Walk.  These events ... more >>
Drama Program successfully revived with "Rumors": On November 15th and 16th the High School Drama Club put on their production of Neil Simon's comedy "Rumors." This was the first drama production in a number of years and in an amazing show of support from the community, nearly 400 people attended the show! The cast of 10 students did an amazing job both nights and had the audiences laughing all night long. Thank you for coming out to support our kids and the revival of the program - we'll see you next fall! more >>
Acting Residency with Holly Adams: On October 15, A.P.T.S. sponsored a special acting residency for Middle School and High School students.  Performers in the High School drama production and the Middle School and High School musicals had an opportunity to work with guest artist Holly Adams to develop essential acting skills.  more >>
F-P Boys Soccer Repeat Section III Class C Champs: “It was so much fun the first time, we wanted to do it again,” said one of the Falcon Boys, in a celebratory group filled with so much excitement ownership could not be recognized.  The fun and excitement experienced right after defeating West Canada Valley 3-1, however, was for their second straight sectional title. The 2012 team outperformed every goal that Coach Neuner had for them.  The Falcons went 12-1, winning the Patriot League title for the first time ... more >>
Fabius-Pompey Art Displayed at Crouse Hospital: Mr. Hyatt is pleased to announce that students from his High School Studio Art classes are exhibiting their work at Crouse Hospital.  The artwork is being displayed in a rotating exhibit that will be changed every two months throughout the school year.  The exhibit is in three showcases located on the bottom floor across from the surgery waiting room. The exhibit contains work done by students during their Friday Observation Drawings.  Having students regularly engage ... more >>
Peter Wilder - Master Teacher: Peter Wilder, one of our MS/HS science teachers, was recently selected to participate in the New York State Master Teacher Program.  He is one of 35 members of the inaugural Central New York cohort of this program.  The primary goal of the program is to help develop regional public school teaching capacity in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math.    In his role as a Master Teacher Fellow, Mr. Wilder will mentor new and pre-service science teachers, as ... more >>
Fabius-Pompey Fall Success!: It has been another stellar fall for the Falcon athletic teams, along with our Lancer football squad. On the grid-iron the boys started out strong with wins over Onondaga Central and Bishop Grimes, before a couple losses. The Lancers are led by F-P seniors Mitch Devine, Greg Kreinheder, Tim Vales, Dylan McAndrew, Jamie Kraft and Casey Scida.                Boys and Girls Cross-Country has put in the miles, and have a lot ... more >>

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