GFMS Daily Announcements
Check out the latest announcements of things happening at GFMS today!
GFMS New Family Coffees: View the Updated Presentation from the August 25 Coffee.
Emails with additional information were sent to parents on Thursday, August 5, at 6 p.m. Please call GFMS if you need additional support.
2020 Principal Coffees: Please visit the GFMS Facebook page to see previous coffee videos that address parent questions and concerns regarding all aspects of pandemic instruction and the CCSD Learning Plan. You do NOT need a Facebook account to watch the presentations.
With the help of a naturalist from Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES’ Center for Environmental Education, fifth-grade science students at George Fischer Middle School reviewed and discussed several diverse types of animals and plants, and their unique traits for survival, during a recent science lesson. Read more about the adaptation lesson.
In late May, artwork from nine students in Grade 6 and 7 at George Fischer Middle School students was featured in the 94th Assembly District Art Show and Competition hosted by the Putnam Arts Council and Assemblyman Kevin Byrne. See photos from the art show!
Draw. Pin. Stitch. Stuff. Fluff. For sixth-grade Family & Consumer Science students at George Fischer Middle School, those 5 simple steps sum up a recent sewing project making pillows that represented their unique qualities! Read more on the pillow project.
Digital Media students at George Fischer Middle School present the latest episode of RAMtv, full of interviews! In this episode we learn what the favorite video game among students was this year and what select staff members would do if they won $1 million dollars. The episode also features a special interview with Mr. Keenan, the director of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, at the school. View the latest RAMtv episode.
Eighth-grade students at George Fischer Middle School are now empowered to take an active role in protecting and improving the environment after a recent lesson on the importance of environmental conservation. Read more about the lesson.
Sixth-grade reading students at George Fischer Middle School recently took part in an annual historic walking tour of Carmel. Read more about the lesson on the unique and rich history of our local area.
Dressed for culinary success! Eighth-grade Family and Consumer Science students at George Fischer Middle School recently put the final touches on their chef's apron projects, making sure no thread was out of place! See photos of our students' aprons.
Check out the latest spring-themed episode of RAMtv, created by our talented digital media students at George Fischer Middle School! This episode includes a new segment of Q & A with Deputy J where School Resource Officer Deputy Johnson addresses a question about social media use by students. View the latest RAMtv epsiode.
George Fischer Middle School hosted its first-ever Virtual Science Fair to highlight exemplary original student science projects and the submissions were extraordinary. Congratulations to the winning projects of the Virtual Science Fair! See a list of student-winners and watch a video of the in-school award ceremony.
What materials go into the creation of ordinary objects that we use every day? Sixth-grade science students at George Fischer Middle School were surprised to learn that there is more than meets the eye when it comes to the cotton shirts, sneakers, pencils and smart phones they use every day. Read more about the extraordinary journey of ordinary stuff!
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