There will be a meeting for all students currently in the GT Program on October 24th from 5:30 PM to 6:30 at the South Elementary Library. Please contact Mrs. Pfeil at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Red Ribbon Week
FNES 1st 9 Wk Assembly PREK & K
Date: 10/24/2016, 8 AM – 9 AM
Location: FNES Cafeteria
FNES 1st 9 Wk Assembly 1st Grade
Date: 10/24/2016, 9 AM – 10 AM
Location: FNES Cafeteria
Monday: Superhero Day
Tuesday: Hats Off to Being Drug Free
Wednesday: Red-y to Live Drug Free
Thursday: Follow Your Dreams
Friday: Story Book Characters
Come out and join us on Thursday, October 27th for our 3rd Annual FNES Book Tailgate Party! More information forthcoming.
► No student check outs after 2:15 PM.
► Parents are welcome to have lunch with their child, but remember that you will sit with your child only. When you bring outside food, it will be only for you and your child.
Capri Sun $0.55
Ice Cream $1.05
5th Grade students traveled to Camp Honey Creek in Hunt, Texas September 20th – 22nd and 26th – 28th, where they stayed three days and two nights while learning science in an outdoor setting. The FNES fifth graders while at science camp participated in several activities including Change Over Time, where they learned about sedimentary rock and searched for fossils; they also studied Freshwater Ecology, Plant Ecology, and Astronomy as well as many other science related topics where they learned to apply their knowledge to a real world setting.
FNES students and staff would like to thank all of our sponsors and chaperones for supporting this exciting learning opportunity, we could not have the chance without them.
Students in Mrs. Chilek's 4th Grade class investigated what physical properties could help them separate a mixture of sand, rocks, and iron filings. Students were given the challenge to separate the mixture as quickly and efficiently as possible with the provided tools.
Mrs. Sepulveda's 1st-5th Grade Art Classes at FNES had a robotic good time using doodlebots, a drawing robot. They are super easy to make at home using 4 markers, 2 rubber bands, a piece of pool noodle or paper cup, and an electric toothbrush.
Mrs. Franklin's Pre-Kinder classes are ready to start the year out using their beautiful singing voices with the help of Betty the Bear! No Papa Bear and Baby Bear voices while singing at FNES! But Mama Bear's voice can be heard loud and clear!
Mr. Soriano's 5th Grade classes played "Dress the Scientist" to learn more about lab safety and scientific instruments.