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Recent News

Fillmore Central Athletics Dept Hosting Fall Sports Night

The Fillmore Central Athletics Department will be hosting a Fall Sports Night on Sunday, July 31st at the high school The event will begin with the collection of the required participation forms.

Fillmore Central School Board Considering Bond Issue

The Fillmore Central School Board is considering a Bond Issue of 4.9 million dollars to build a gym, 2 locker rooms, wrestling room, and weight/fitness room.

FC School Receives $2,000 for BackPack Program

Fillmore Central School received a $2,000 Working Here Fund grant for the BackPack Program at Fillmore Central School.

FC Golf Team Observes Autism Awareness Month

The FC High School golf team partnered with the Fillmore Central High School Circle of Friends program by golfing with personalized FCHS CoF golf balls during Autism Awareness Month.

High School Students of the Month Award

Ines Ortea has been selected as Student of the Month for March. Ines was nominated by Mrs. Jodi Meyer. Mrs. Meyer stated that Ines has been working hard all year. She is taking advanced courses, and has gone above and beyond with her studies. She puts in extra time before school and during homeroom to ensure that her works meets her standards of excellence. Ines is the daughter of Clavdio Ortea and Veronica Varela. Congratulations Ines!!



Jacob Nutter has been selected as Student of the Month for April. Jacob was nominated by Mrs. Cindy Talley. Mrs. Talley stated that Jacob has been a positive leader in FBLA by serving as president two consecutive years. During that time, he has been a good role model for other students and has responsibily carried out numerous service projects and leadership duties. Although he is not taking a business class presently, when he has, Jacob has been a responsible student who exhibits excellence in and out of class behavior. Jacob is the son of Brent and Mina Nutter. Congratulations Jacob!!!

Ethan DeLong has been selected as Student of the Month of May. Ethan was nominated by Mrs. Jeanne McKenna. Mrs. McKenna states he is fun to have in class and is always friendly. He encourages other students to do their work and is always respectful towards students and staff. Ethan is the son of Scott and Jann DeLong. Congratulations Ethan!!!



Middle School Students of the Month Award

Fillmore Central Middle School staff members selected the following students as the May students of the month. Students are selected based upon their Safe, Responsible, and Respectful behavior.

5th Grade – Cody Griess – one of Cody’s teachers wrote that he demonstrated Responsibility by “he works to the best of his ability on assignments. He takes work home to finish and brings it back to school on time.”

6th Grade – Alexia Dittmer – one of Alexia’s teachers wrote that he demonstrates Respect by “doing what is asked of them. This student is always kind to adults and other students when asked to do something.”

7th Grade – Jackie Schelkopf – one of Jackie’s teachers wrote she demonstrates Safe Behavior by “she demonstrated excellent classroom behavior. Her work area is always organized and tidy.”

8th Grade – Macy Scott – one of Macy’s teachers wrote that he demonstrates Responsibility by “In the two years I’ve taught this student, her assignments have always been turned in done and on time. In addition, she gives everything she’s got to whatever task she is working on – whether that is school work, a project for he PRIDE, or SWAP, I can continually count on this person to get the job done and done well.”

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