March is Earth keeper month at FCS! We are discovering and responding to God’s call to be stewards of creation. Our family groups met together a few weeks ago to talk about this and share ideas. We made posters of our thoughts and ideas, and remembered verses like Gen.1:31 “God saw all that He had made, and it was very good,” and Psalm 8:9 “Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!” We want to keep our earth beautiful and enjoy it with respect.
This is a perfect story of creating unity - a 6th grade English strand student teaming up with a 6th grade Spanish immersion student to read a story to the 1st grade Spanish immersion class. Hudson and Breckin, you blessed many by this act of kindness!
Our 3rd-5th graders have an exciting two days of quiz bowl competitions coming up! Stay tuned for updates throughout the day. Tomorrow’s matches will be live-streamed so families and friends can join in on the fun.
It was pijama day for the Middle School today!
A special thank you to Pastor Samuel Greer, WMC Highschool Principal, for speaking to our middle school chapel today. He shared details of his life when God lead him from one degree of grace to the next. He was passionate in delivering a student message to be a positive witness for Christ with everyone you come in contact with.
Reminder FCS Families: We have a half day today, school dismisses at noon.
6th grade Spanish immersion works to tackle the concept of fractions
Reading month brings a lot of activity around FCS in general, but when these 1st grade Spanish immersion students found themselves tasked with building reading houses out of cardboard boxes .... well, they were over the moon excited!
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish! Kicking of March Reading Month with some fun!
7th grade Spanish immersion students kicked off their social studies unit on India today by practicing making henna designs. It's probably a safe guess that they're not quickly going to forget what henna is and what it signifies for this culture!
Online Auction Closed 8pm. All items will be available Friday, March 5th, at the main FCS Office ~ 208 Hillcrest Ave. Thank you for your AMAZING support!
FCS Online Auction is open NOW through Wednesday 8pm, HaPpY Bidding!
FCS online auction this week Monday-Wednesday! Bidding Rules & Photo Albums are on our Facebook page in our photo's tab. Viewing will be open Monday at 12 noon. Bidding starts Tuesday 6am and ends Wednesday 8pm. Thank you for supporting FCS!
FCS 8th grade students helping at The Nest Upscale Resale shop with a “dancing into spring” slideshow for a marketing project! Stay tuned to The Nest’s Facebook page to see it in the next week! Great job gentleman!
Help us celebrate our NCAA youth art winners!
ONLINE AUCTION: viewing starts Monday 3/1. Bidding goes live Tuesday & Wednesday! You can view albums right here on our Facebook page! Share the good news!
Can you believe this was a plain shower curtain?! These 7th graders poured everything that they learned about Ancient China into this project. This project highlights their learning about the geography of China, Chinese philosophies, the Shang dynasty, the first emperor and the Hang dynasty. Oh, and did I mention this is ALL in Spanish? -Profe López
Middle school students were assigned a geoengineering product in science, where they were instructed to create either 1) scrapbook, 2) tri-fold, or 3) model replica with one-page explanation of the engineered geoscience product of their choice. Emma Nelson, 7th grade, chose to do San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. If you look closely, especially at the wires (ask her about the wires because they’re especially important for the GGB) you’ll see her attention to detail was truly incredible. I am inspired by and grateful for her hard work. Mr. Campbell
These 5th grade students learned to use color to create a landscape that shows distance. Can you tell these were once Campbell soup boxes!?!
2nd grade SI students, along with their families, accepted the challenge to choose any Bible story and create it. With LEGOS or playdough. This picture doesn't do justice to the creativity these kids brought back! Way to knock it out of the park, 2nd graders!