News

2020 Summer Camps Announced

FPD’s Center for Discovery 2020 Summer Camps are now available!

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FPD Students and Alumni Participate in Faith Not Fear Crosses

As a way to spread joy and reminders of God’s faithfulness, FPD students, parents, and alumni have been busy making crosses as part of a community-wide effort to spread Faith Not Fear.

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FPD and Sage Dining Donate Food (and Letters) to Salvation Army

FPD and Sage Dining continued to show good will to the community by giving back in the midst of COVID-19 precautions.

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FPD Hosts Drive Through Carpool

In the midst of our distance learning, FPD teachers were missing their students! In response, FPD Lower School Principal, Wade Putnal suggested a Drive Through Carpool.

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Update on School Schedule

Governor Kemp announced yesterday that all schools should remain closed until April 24. Following this directive, FPD will remain in a distance learning mode until April 24.

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The Reminders of Spring

As the flowers bloom, the grass turns green, and leaves pop out on the trees, we can be reminded of God’s promises!

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FPD & Sage Dining Donate Food to Macon Outreach

Since dining is currently not taking place on campus, FPD and Sage Dining partnered together to donate food to Macon Outreach.

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Update on FPD Schedule for March 23 – 27

As anticipated, and based on the most recent CDC recommendations, FPD will remain in a Distance Learning mode through March 27.

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Updates & FAQs on Distance Learning

While the heart of FPD is the face-to-face interactions between students, mentors, and peers, our faculty are excited to implement new ways to connect with students and families. Here are some answers to FAQs about Distance Learning.

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Letter to Teachers from Dr. Shealy

As this new process of Distance Learning begins, Dr. Shealy sent a letter to faculty as a means of encouragement and guidance.

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