News & Updates
6th Graders participated in the 13th annual middle school summit on Wednesday, October 22, 2014. The purpose of the conference was to continue a county wide endeavor to curb bullying in schools while learning about ways to improve their school's climate. Through presentations, interactive activities, and resource binders, the students were empowered to better understand the theme of "The Power of One, The Strength of Many".
Fredon Annual Turkey Trot 2013
On Tuesday, November 19, 2013 we held our Annual Turkey Trot. We had 44 runners for the girls race and 58 runners for the boys race. The top three finishers for the races were as follows:
Girl's Race Winners
1st Place - Olivia (6:06)
2nd Place Jordan (6:08)
3rd Emily & Alexa (6:21)
Boy's Race Winners
1st Place Austin (5:45)
2nd Place Gian (5:49)
3rd Place Brian (6:02)
Congratulations to all the runners........
You are all Winners!
Since 1978, Jump Rope for Heart has raised more than $810 million for research and educational programs. On November 21, 2013, 53 students in 4th, 5th and 6th grade participated in Jump Rope for Heart. While participating in jump rope activities, the students learned how physical activity can help prevent heart disease and stroke. Students also collected money and raised approximately $3,200.00 for the American Heart Association.
Fredon school students recently learned what a service project is during their health classes. Students in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade then created Holiday Cards that will be sent to military troops that are serving overseas through the Holidays! We wanted to send some Holiday cheer as well as thank them for their service to our Country. Students enjoyed the opportunity to give up some of their time to bring happiness to others. Pictured are Ryan Alviani and Aiden VanWingerden creating their holiday cards.
On October 23, 2013 all 6th grade students participated in the 12th
Annual Middle School Anti-Bullying Summit. The theme for this years
summit was "Connect with Kindness". With support from the FEF, the
students received a tee-shirt with the summits logo on it. Throughout
the day the students participated in team building and leadership
activities. They also learned skills to help prevent and stop
bullying from happening.