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BCES 2nd grade scholars learning how rainbows form by reflection, refraction, and light! #STEM
FWCHS FBLA State Winners #Service
Ms. Evans class working hard on the Reflex math program. #LMES
OES 4th Graders Excited About Learning New Vocabulary.
Mrs. Warren's class at LMES summarizes, finds the theme, uses evidence, describes the plot and characters, and finishes their next novel!
Mrs. Cashion's class at OES builds bridges! #LearningIsFun
OES STEM making leprechaun traps!
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FCPS Elementary Schools Implement Innovative New Reading Programs

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One of the three broad goals of Fayette County Public Schools is to increase reading proficiency by 21% by 2021. In order to make this a reality, the district is looking for innovative new ways to teach students and raise reading proficiency beginning in the lower grades. Partnering with TNTP and utilizing funds from the Gates Foundation grant, FCPS is piloting programs in grades K- 2 in all four elementary schools to boost scores across the curriculum.

Career Ready Collaboration

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On Friday, March 10, 2017, the College and Career Technical Education Academy participated in their annual collaboration with the kindergarten teachers at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary.

Delois Wallace Honored by Beta Club at FWCHS

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On Friday, March 10, 2017, the Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School Beta Club named Delois Wallace an honorary member for her 16 years of dedicated service to Fayette County Public Schools and Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School.

Students Exposed to History

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In an effort to expose students to monumental historical movements and artifacts, 3rd grade educators from Buckley-Carpenter Elementary accompanied their scholars through a tour of The National Civil Rights Museum.

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