Mr. Lenti estimates that around 50 to 60 students per year complete the course and realizes that construction may not be in the future of every one. “My hope is that these students can learn enough and gain enough basic knowledge that they can take care of the things in their own home when they leave here.”
EJHS STEM Team Participates in Apps Challenge
FWCHS 2016 Basketball Cheerleaders
2016 West Junior High Girls’ Basketball Team
The second grade classes at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary ushered in the annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree at the courthouse under the direction of Mrs. Mary Aline Flanniken.
A mentoring program for boys in third through fifth grades has been started at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary by 5th grade math teacher Fredrick Murden.
Because vehicles are part of the world in which we live, professions surrounding them and their use will always remain relevant. Collision Repair Technology instructor Billy Minor has understood this since his days as an investigator, where he repeatedly witnessed the need for auto body repair.
Acting Chief of School, Shalonda Franklin, wants students at East Junior High School to become aware of the postsecondary options that are available. Because EJHS is a feeder school to Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School, she feels students need exposure to college readiness sooner to ensure students will be better prepared and may begin to show interest and ask questions.
Students in STAR classrooms across the district received special new furniture.
FCPS Superintendent Marlon King has continued his journey throughout the district, visiting local churches on Sundays. Within the last few weeks, Dr. King has made appearances at First Baptist Church Grand Junction, Revolution Church in Oakland, and Hickory Withe Baptist Church in Eads.