Students in the Spanish Classes performed a play at several different times for all grades at FSA. The budding actors worked very hard and everyone enjoyed the play.
Yesterday was the Elementary and Middle School Talent Show! The elementary grades show opened with a dramatic interpretation of “the Three Little Pigs” by the Pre-K complete with costumes and a set! We enjoyed listening to a talented 3rd grade pianist, several individual singers, cheering on an accomplished 1st grade hula hooper, and more! The talent show closed with Ms. Atchison’s first grade class and their rendition of “Iko Iko” preceded by a lesson of the songs origin. Right after the elementary show, the middle school talent show started. From a rockin’ band to classical piano pieces, there was something for everyone. We applaud you, brave students, for getting on stage and sharing your talents with everyone! The winners of the Middle school Talent Show are:
Sunday may have brought rain, but it didn’t keep the picnic-goers away! New Fulton Science Private School families and teachers met and mingled with current families and faculty together under the large pavilion at Wills Park Sunday evening during our End-of-School Picnic. It was a true joy to spend time with our students, teachers and parents in such an informal setting. We would like to thank all FSA teachers for the wonderful barbeque and all the parents for attending and bringing some delicious goodies and beverages. As always, the barbeque chicken was great 🙂
This past Friday, we have received the great news that three of our students, Erin Machado, Alex Atchison, and Vikram Ruppa-Kasani received outstanding scores in the State Media Festival and qualified to compete at the International Student Media Festival. Please see the details here:
Congratulations to these students, their parents and our coach Mr. Kaya.
Our Spanish class students recently attended the 2013 National Spanish Examination and received wonderful results! Our students earned a total of 4 gold, 13 silver and 4 bronze medals along with 2 Honorable Mentions.
The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. “Attaining a medal or honorable mention for any student on the National Spanish Examinations is very prestigious,” said Kevin Cessna-Buscemi, National Director of the Exams, “because the exams are the largest of their kind in the United States with over 156,000 students participating in 2013.”
Congratulations to these students, their parents and our superb Spanish teacher, Mrs. Adkins, for this great achievement.