Monday, March 20th was more than just a normal Monday at BFA Fairfax. Not only was it the official start of spring as a season, but more importantly, for multiple eager student-athletes at BFA Fairfax, it was the official start of the spring high school sports season in the State of Vermont.
FES Snowman Exchange
The students in Mrs. Hurt’s first grade class have enjoyed participating in a special project this winter. They have been interacting with other first grade classes across the United States by sending and receiving mail.
This January and February, BFA Elementary 3rd and 4th graders participated in the Nordic Rocks Program in their Physical Education classes.
The Power of a Greeting!
Each morning students across FWSU are greeted as they enter the buildings or classrooms to start their day. Sometimes it’s in rain gear with an umbrella, sometimes it’s in full winter gear with ski goggles, and sometimes it’s with silly costumes and music to just bring a smile to someone's face.
BFA Fairfax: Sharing Spanish Stories
High School Spanish Novice students wrote simple children's stories about an animal in Spanish as their culminating presentational writing assessment for Semester 1.
January FWSU Educator Recognition
This week, we were able to recognize January’s FWSU Educators at each of our schools.
BFA Fairfax Students Help Launch Vermont’s First Holocaust Education Week
This year for the first time in Vermont’s history, the Vermont Holocaust Memorial and the Agency of Education are launching a Holocaust Education Week. The students in Sara Villeneuve’s Holocaust Studies Language Arts class played a very important part in helping to launch the project.
December Educator Recognition
December was a busy month in all of our schools and it got away from us before we had the chance to recognize our Educators of the Month. Over the last two weeks, we were finally able to honor six FWSU educators who were nominated by students, families, and coworkers for their dedication to our students and schools.
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