Francestown Elementary School

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FES is starting a new practice called Good News Phone Calls.

Each week a few students will be identified by the principal and other staff members for doing good things that promote the values of Francestown Elementary School (Positive, Responsible, Independent, Determined, and Empathetic). These students will make a phone call home with the principal to share the Good News.

On November 20th, children’s author and illustrator David Ira Rottenberg will be coming to FES. He will be reading his book Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig and dancers from the Peterborough Dance Theater will be performing a dance choreographed to the book. This is the kickoff to FES’s All School PRIDE day during which students and staff will participate in activities focused on our school values of Positive,

Miss Shannon from Fresh Picks Cafe delivers the lunches everyday to our students at FES. Students have many healthy choices for school lunch this year: a daily hot lunch, deli, salad, sun butter and jelly, and new this year – a lunchbox! There is more information on our website about the lunch program. If you would like information about applying for Free or Reduced lunch,

All Conval Elementary Schools have made a commitment to delivering a school curriculum that includes Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Teachers are working together with School Counselors, Special Educators, and Occupational Therapists to create lessons using Responsive Classroom, Zones of Regulation, and Social Thinking resources. One of the major ways to create a positive atmosphere in the classroom is to develop the classroom rules together.

Upcoming Events

13
November Tuesday
Special of the Week PE/Health 11/13-20/2018
9:00 am
19
November Monday
All School Meeting
11:30 am
07
December Friday
Pajama Day
9:00 am
08
February Friday
Art Day
9:00 am
08
March Friday
Beach Day
9:00 am
18
March Monday
NHDI
9:00 am

Mission Statement

At Francestown Elementary School, our mission is to guide children to become critical thinkers, engaged learners and respectful, contributing citizens, fostered by a cooperative effort between school and community.