Fannin County Middle School 8th grade teams have announced Students of the Month for September. Students are chosen by their academic teachers for this distinction. Qualifications for this honor include outstanding citizenship, good attendance, respectfulness toward faculty and peers, and a good academic standing.
Students chosen for September are: Sydney McGill, daughter of Randall & Kristy McGill of Blue Ridge; Trey Riccitiello, son of Jerry & Tina Townson of Mineral Bluff; Cassidy Culpepper, daughter of Shan & Kathy Culpepper of Blue Ridge; and Sawyer Moreland, son of Tara Moreland of Blue Ridge and John Moreland of Morganton.
Pictured L to R:
Trey Riccitiello, Sydney McGill, Cassidy Culpepper, Sawyer Moreland
Fannin County Middle School 8th grade teams have announced Students of the Month for August. Students are chosen by their academic teachers for this distinction. Qualifications for this honor include outstanding citizenship, good attendance, respectfulness toward faculty and peers, and a good academic standing.
Students chosen for August are: Leah Pope, daughter of Michael & Janene Pope of Blue Ridge; Seth Reece, son of Charles & Karen Reece of Morganton; Annabel Lillard, daughter of David & Melissa Lillard of Blue Ridge; and A.J. Covey, son of Anthony & Colleen Covey of Blue Ridge.
Students L to R:
A.J. Covey, Annabel Lillard, Leah Pope, and Seth Reece
BLUE RIDGE, GA – Fannin County Middle School hosted Club and Sports Night on Tuesday, August 28, 2017.
The evening allowed students and parents to meet with organizations within the school that offered extracurricular activities. Students were also able to sign up with these groups for participation in the 2017-18 school year.
Parent Involvement Coordinator, Deb Cantrell was available at the school to answer any questions that parents or students may have. She was proud to announce that “this is the second annual event” and that she “hopes to see growth as they continue in the years to come.”
Along with the Academic Clubs, which have participation throughout the year, FCMS used this night to showcase their winter sports. Students were able to speak with coaches representing FCMS Wrestling and Basketball, and take the opportunity sign up for these athletics.
With more than 15 Clubs and Sports represented, FCMS felt this is a great way not only to show what the school has to offer, but to also encourage parents and students to become involved with the school’s extracurricular programs.
Fannin County Schools Supply List 2017-2018
Blue Ridge Elementary, East Fannin Elementary, West Fannin Elementary
Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade:
Crayons, Glue Sticks, Pencils, Scissors, Paper, Pencil Box or Pouch
3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade:
Colored Pencils, Pencils, Loose Leaf Paper, Spiral Composition Notebooks, Pencil Pouch
Fannin County Middle School
6th Grade, 7th Grade, and 8th Grade:
2” Binder with Divider, Notebook Paper, Composition Books, Pencils, Pens, Highlighters, Colored Pencils
Fannin County High School
9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, and 12th Grade:
#2 Pencils, Black or Blue Pens, Binder, College-ruled Notebook Paper Colored Pencils, Highlighters (2 colors), Calculator
If you have any question, please call your child’s school. You may also talk with your child’s teacher at our Open House on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. The first day for students is Friday, August 4, 2017.
Beginning July 10th, pink and blue paper buses will be on display at various locations in the county (think paper angels at Christmas) with school supplies attached so that people can sponsor students in our area that are not able to afford the necessary supplies. Supplies (with bus attached) can be returned to United Community Bank in Blue Ridge, West Fannin Elementary School, or Fannin County Middle School by July 24th. Let’s “Stuff The Bus” for the kids in Fannin County!
Our Transportation Department will have a bus parked at United Community Bank in Blue Ridge throughout the event.
So far the businesses that will have paper bus displays are:
United Community Bank – Blue Ridge
Silks For Less