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FPD has Record Year for AP scholars

The AP scores are in and AP students fared extremely well on exams, setting a record for the number of 51 AP scholars.

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2017 Reserved Seating Now Available

FPD is looking forward to another great season of Viking football and with that comes the opportunity for our families to purchase reserved seats at the George S. Johnson Memorial Stadium for the football season.

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Kate Patterson Named Selby Buck Female Athlete of the Year

Patterson, who also ran cross country, was a leader on and off the court and the field. In soccer, she had 13 goals and nine assists, leading the team in steals as she helped lead the Vikings to the GHSA Class 1A championship game. In basketball, she averaged 16 points and 8.7 rebounds, capping a career in which she was a four-year starter and a three-year captain.

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Summer Office Hours Announced

Beginning June 6, FPD’s offices will be following a summer schedule of 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday – Friday.

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FPD to Honor Boys Golf State Championship on Wednesday, May 24

FPD will honor the boys golf team State Championship on Wednesday morning, May 24.

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Final Exam Schedule for May 22-24

Final Exams are scheduled for May 22-24 for grades 6-11.

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2017 Summer Reading Announced

Summer Reading is an important part of the FPD curriculum. We expect all FPD students to develop the ability to learn from written text as well as find written genres they enjoy

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FPD Names Coach Lisa Spear as the 2017 Teacher of the Year

FPD announced Coach Lisa Spear as the 2017 Teacher of the Year.

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May 18 Elementary Newsletter Now Available

The FPD Elementary School and Principal Wade Putnal have released the latest edition of the Elementary Newsletter.

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Members of FPD’s Class of 2017 will Graduate with New Diploma Endorsements

Three members of FPD’s class of 2017 will graduate with new diploma endorsements. Ruth Samuel and Adam Young will each graduate with a STEM endorsement, and Jansen Oliver will graduate with a fine arts endorsement.

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