What better way to celebrate the 100th day of school than eating (and counting)100 snacks and writing 100 rhyming word family words?! #FosstonStrong
FHS is looking for community members who would be interested in sitting on a Career Panel for our 9th grade students on February 25th from 8:30 - 8:56 am. Panelists will speak about their careers and preparation for those careers. The panelists should reflect a range of careers, and be ready to discuss their career, how they chose it, what preparation was needed and where they obtained the academic or other training. If you are interested please contact Becky Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org. #FosstonStrong
Students in Mrs. Buehler’s English class created creative response projects to showcase what they learned while reading three different novels in class. This allowed students to respond imaginatively while being brief and concise in making connections between images and main ideas. #FosstonStrong
This year's newest Speech members competed in their first Jr. High Speech Meet on Monday afternoon in Blackduck. All 5 participants brought home either a 2nd place ribbon or a 1st place medal. Way to go Jr. High Speech members! #FosstonStrong
We’re celebrating Kindness Week with dress up days and random acts of kindness all next week at Magelssen Elementary!
Hey Magelssen! Get your Kindness Cake Pops! Pre-order forms & money are due by Thursday, Feb. 10th.
Another awesome performance from our 6th grade band this morning! Great job 6th graders! Big thank you Mrs. K and Mr. Peltier. #FosstonStrong
The Speech team competed in DGF (Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton) on Saturday. Jenna Hruby tied for 3rd place for her performance in the category of Prose. Alexus Perreault placed 4th for her performance in Poetry. Allison Carlin placed 5th for her performance in Dramatic Interpretation. Penny Gilbertson and Avery Hruby won red ribbons for their duo performance. All of the students worked so hard and put in their best efforts at this meet. Way to go Speech team! #fosstonstrong
We had so much fun writing our name in shaving cream and building popsicle stick houses with our 3 year old class on Friday. Mr. Boushee even joined the fun for snack and group time in the afternoon. #FosstonStrong
6th grade band sounded awesome today at their concert! #FosstonStrong
Yes, first graders have fun doing math. 🍦🧁🎨 #fosstonstrong
With the frigid temps lately Mrs. Halbur’s kindergarteners were starting to miss playing in the snow… so we brought the snow (shaving cream) inside!
Averleigh Daniel and Mr. McColl finished the latest segment of the mural by the “Old Gym”. The mural features Ryne Duppong, Warren Nelson, Etthan Gray and Gavin Gray. #FosstonStrong
Due to extreme cold predicted for Thursday morning February 3, Fosston Schools and buses will be two hours late.
Wordle Wednesday with Mrs. Rood’s 2nd graders! This is a fun way to learn spelling, vocabulary and problem solving. We were so excited to figure out our word on the third try!😊 #fosstonstrong
Our youngest students and their parents have been having so much fun at ECFE! New classes begin March 1. #FosstonStrong
Sixth graders have been learning the methods of using a green screen and an editing app for photos and video in STEM class. Here are examples of their fun and creative work. #FosstonStrong
Good Morning Students, Today is an E-learning day. Check your student emails for detailed instructions on your day. Remember to answer your attendance questions by 3:30pm to be counted as present. All assignments should be completed by Wednesday. Any questions email your teachers.
Due to poor visibility in open areas, Fosston Schools will utilize an e-learning day. Buildings will be closed. Students and staff will be working from home. Work should be posted in Google classrooms by 9:00 and students can check in throughout the day with their teachers for assistance.
Due to current and predicted hazardous weather, Fosston Schools and buses will be two hours late tomorrow, Tuesday February 1. Please be alert for follow up messages in the event weather conditions worsen.