FASP Highlights

February 2017 Highlights
Fontana Middle
  • Starting the year off right was the number one thing the FMS team wanted to get right. They accomplished this by opening up new opportunities with the students and staff to build better relationships with one another. On February 18th, the MYAC held a Teen Leadership Summit where multiple schools showed up and a lot of great information was provided. One of FMS Students was DJ for the event and helped keep the energy up for its attendees. The program planned a Field Trip for Black History Month at the Lewis Library. The event had live music, performances, and plenty of knowledge on Black History and its main contributors. Students were ecstatic to go and they all couldn't wait for February 21.

  •  After coming back from a nice Winter Break, Fontana not only received a new Site Lead, but also a new Staff member. Building a strong foundation with new staff and also new faces was key in the program this starting year. Staff got together to build unique lesson plans and mention challenges that they could overcome as team.

     

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Sierra Lakes Elementary
  • We started off the month by informing our students about The Love, Valentine: Kindness Festival. Our Junior Staff were responsible for passing out red tickets to students if they witnessed an act of kindness. This was done to promote kindness amongst our students and encourage good behavior during program. The tickets were entered into a raffle that was drawn at the end of our event.

  • Our festival had a dance floor on the stage and we used our block rocker lights as a disco ball. In the MPR, we had Mandala heart coloring sheets, friendship necklaces, face painting, and dark chocolate dipped strawberries. We are grateful for our parents for donating the chocolate chips and strawberries, which added a sweet taste to our festival and the festival wouldn't have been as great as it was without the help of our Junior Staff.     

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Primrose Elementary
  • During the month of February, Primrose students and staff have been working really hard on their ant-bullying awareness presentation coming up on March 1, 2017 at 4:00 pm. All the groups have a role that they are playing in the presentation. We have invited our teachers, parents, and Principal to come out and support our students. Students have made banners and they also made posters for the event. Do not miss out on a great event that is coming up at Primrose.

  • The other high light that we had at Primrose is our soccer team that Mr. Juan put together. Our soccer team has been working hard during the beginning of the year till now. They practiced twice a week and every day the week before the big game. They learned how to work as a team and to depend on each other to make sure they played their best. On February 22, 2017 Primrose soccer team played three games and we came in strong and finished strong. We won all three games and will be moving on to the semi-finals.

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3rd Annual FASP Soccer Tournament, Day 1

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  • One week ago today, Mother Nature threatened our Day 1 and there were many moments of uncertainty surrounding February 22, 2017. However, through the great grace of the powers above, we were able to enjoy a beautiful day. We had a total of 16 Elementary schools participate in the Soccer tournament that took place at both Poplar and Redwood Elementary schools. Several hundred parents and children of the Fontana community were once again treated to a sensational day of competitive youth soccer. All teams showed up and competed at such a high level. I trust you and your students truly enjoyed the experience. 

  • Now, for the following schools; Citrus, Dorothy Grant, Primrose, and Redwood all group winners. In addition to Almond, Cypress, Poplar, and West Randall; runner-ups in their groups, Day 2 will be held on March 15, 2017. Thank you to all students, staff, faculty, and parents who have contributed their time, resources, and efforts thus far to make our 3rd Annual FASP Soccer Tournament a huge success.

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