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Natalie Perry

Natalie Perry, 2 days ago

We are releasing some access to the school's campus beginning Monday, June 1st. As we are able to maintain Phase 3 Recovery within our region our walking path and track are available to the public. We ask that when utilizing the campus visitors be in good health, practice social distancing, and do not assemble with more than 10 people.

Natalie Perry

Natalie Perry, 2 days ago

FCES is seeking volunteers to help with the installation of a new playground! The dates of the build are Friday, 6/19/2020 & Saturday, 6/20/2020.

If you are 18 years of age or older, handy with tools & willing and able to volunteer for the build, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/qTWtuKfvUPisxsBy8

Public health guidelines will be followed. Only those signed up to volunteer will be allowed on campus those days. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Direct questions to Missy Ryba at mryba@dist265.com.

Natalie Perry

Natalie Perry, 12 days ago

48,706 meals were served to the communities of Douglas, Middle Grove, Trivoli, Yates City, Hanna City, and Farmington since March 16. In a time of so much unknown, the power of connecting over this simple routine meant so much to so many and Farmington Central Schools could not be more proud of everyone who made it happen! Thank you!

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Natalie Perry

Natalie Perry, 13 days ago

FCES would like to congratulate our Leaders of the Month for March, April & May! Watch the mail for your certificates. We're so proud of all your hard work!
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