Signs of the Season in FWSU

There are many signs of the season in our school buildings within Franklin West Supervisory Union. At BFA Elementary School, students and teachers put on their creative (winter) thinking caps in order to decorate classroom doors.

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fwsuk4The artistry shines as you walk down the hallway!

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Our schools have focused on how our learning centers can support the greater community.

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There have been collections of food which will support our local food shelves, and pet friendly donations that will go to The Franklin County Humane Society. These donations have been dropped off, or money has been raised by selling handmade ornaments.fwsuk6

The office door at Georgia Elementary School has been decorated with hopes that the North wind will soon bring snow our way.

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This student’s art work is a simple but powerful word, the Artist Statement shows the commitment they had to engage in new learning.

fwsuk010fwsuk11This last morning greeting board sums it up!

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Our gift and greatest responsibility is to our students and their families.  In the depths of winter, our students will bring us the warmth and joy of summer.


Target 3-  Flexible Learning Environments.  “FWSU will maximize flexible learning environments by redefining the school day, promoting learning experiences that extend beyond the school classroom, and fostering creativity, innovation,  and differentiated learning opportunities for all.

Action Steps. Provide students with access to content, resources, and methods for learning beyond the school day and beyond the school walls.  Develop opportunities for students to collaborate, innovate, create and conceptualize in all learning settings.

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