Fort Cherry Elementary Center

The children are our focus...working together is our method.

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  • FCSD Events
    for
    May 2018
     

    • Parent Training on Behavior Modifications for the Home (Elem Center) – May 10th – 6PM
    • Cherry Blossom Day – May 11th
    • Elementary Talent Show – May 12th  – 7PM
    • Junior Olympics (Grades 4-6) – May 15th
    • Primary Fun Day (Grades K-3) – May 15th
    • Sixth Grade and Jr. High Chorus Concert – May 16th
    • Sixth Grade Science Trip – May 18th– May 20th
    • Sixth Grade Graduation (HS Auditorium) – May 23rd – 10AM
    • Kennywood  - May 24th

    If your child is riding the Kennywood bus, pick is at 10:00 for HS & 10:15 for Elem; all other students will be dismissed at 11:12 for HS & 12:15 for Elem

    • Memorial Day – May 28th– No School
    • Elementary Awards Assembly – May 29th& May 30th
    • Last Day of School – Early Dismissal (9:45 HS & 10:30 Elem) – May 31st
    • Baccalaureate (HS Auditorium) – May 31st– 7PM
    • Commencement (HS Gymnasium) – June 1st7PM (Doors open at 5:30PM)
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  • If you are a new family to our School District...WELCOME!!!

    All student registration is conducted at our Central Administration Office.

    The Central Administration Office is located at 110 Fort Cherry Road, McDonald, PA 15057 behind the Elementary School.

    Mrs. Carol Staley will assist you through your registration.  Mrs. Staley may be contacted at 724.796.1551 ext. 2418 or cstaley@fortcherry.org for questions.

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    PTA RANGER ROUND UP

    September 2017

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  • Questions...


    Our STUDENT HANDBOOK is a great resource.



    If you have a question about a school rule or procedure...look in your child's handbook.  This is a great reference and resource for you and your child.  All students will receive a Fort Cherry Elementary Center Handbook on the first day of school.  Please read and review the handbook....sign and return the "Form of Understanding" during the first week of school.

     

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