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FASP Highlights
 August 2016 Highlights
Michael D'Arcy Elementary
  • The students of Michael D'Arcy took learning about time to an elevated level! A lesson plan titled "Fifteen Minutes of Pie" was taught to students and FASP STAFF incorporated a delicious dessert to bring the holistic instruction full circle. Each student was able to apply their learning about time to real life with each slice of pie. Also, during Michael D'Arcy's Back to School Night, Principal Rubin embraced the FASP program by allowing staff to pass out packets and speak to parents. She also gave staff brand new school spirit shirts! D'Arcy FASP STAFF is definitely appreciative of the school's support!  
  D'Arcy Staff Members
 
Sierra Lakes Elementary
  • We began the first day with an Amazing Race to welcome back our returning students and our new students of the school  year. Students applied for Junior Staff positions and had an opportunity to interview. Our staff started clubs of Cooking and Art. One of our students came up with an original paper creature art activity and was given the privilege to lead the club herself. In addition, LEAP visited our site with a dessert pastel activity that allowed our students to tap into their creativity side. Our staff anticipates a great year of program!

 

  Sierra Lakes Dessert Pastel
 
Kathy Binks Elementary
            
           
  • In the Fontana After School Program, we encourage and teach on holistic concepts that focus on the whole well-being and growth of our participants. Students will display the conclusion of their month-long activity, “My Future Self”. Each participant will learn the importance of planning for their futures by setting clear goals and realistic expectations.
  Kathy Binks Vision Boards
 
Maple Elementary
             
  • With August being the start of a new school year, we are excited to share what our students have done so far. Club time has started at Maple. This year, our student have a chance to choose three clubs. Their choices are: Olympics, Cooking, Animation, Art, Spanish, Craft, Recycling, Kids Got Talent, First Aid Respondent and Special Event Committee. Also, on the last day of the month, the students participated in a water obstacle course to cool off!
  Maple's Water Obstacle Course Students
 
Ted J. Porter Elementary
            
           
  • FASP leaders are building a strong foundation with school day teachers and faculty. Staff have created a fun, safe, and organized opening for students. All grades enjoyed the first visit of Healthy Fontana. The Mango Tango Salad was successful! The 4th & 5th graders were able to practice their kitchen skills using the proper utensils provided to them. 1st-3rd had the hands on experience creating the salad. In addition to having Healthy Fontana at our site, LEAP came and had students participate in a painting activity. Leap was entertaining for all ages.




           


  Porter's LEAP Visit

Fontana City Hall
8353 Sierra Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
Ph: (909) 350-7600
M-Th, 8am - 6pm