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Karsen Ochs Named 2019 State Dooley Award Winner

Senior Karsen Ochs was named as the Female Recipient of the four-year scholarship of $1,000 per year by legendary Coach Vince Dooley at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.

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Tee George Honored for 33 Years of Service

Mrs. Tee George, lovingly called “Mrs. Tee”, is retiring from FPD after 33 years of service at the end of the 2018 – 2019 academic year. Mrs. Tee has influenced the lives for hundreds of FPD students since she started as a PreK aide in 1986. Now serving as a 3K aide, her love for […]

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Final Exam Schedule 2019

2019 Final Exam schedule and dismissal times for grades 6 – 12

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2019 Tablet Return Information

We will be issuing Dell 5290 tablet computers to students this summer and will have details to you soon about picking those up.

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Seniors Honored at Awards Assembly

Several 2019 FPD Seniors were honored at an awards assembly for academics and service.

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Update on Head of School Search

The Board of Trustees of First Presbyterian Day School and the Head of School Search Committee would like to provide the school community with a further update on the search process and a general framework of its timing

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FPD Announces Summer Care Options

Summer Care is available through the Viking Crew (rising 3rd – rising 6th) and Viking Clubhouse (rising 3K – rising 2nd) from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Before and After Camp Care can also be arranged for campers attending Center for Discovery Camps.

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2019 Summer Reading Lists Now Available

Summer Reading Lists are available for grades 3K – 12th grade.

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FPD Media Center to Host a Summer Reading Book Fair

The FPD Media Center is hosting a Summer Reading Book Fair for Middle School and High School students May 3, 6, and 7.

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FPD Middle School Students Spend a Day Serving Others

FPD’s sixth, seventh, and eighth graders spread out across the community on Wednesday, April 17 to share God’s love, serve others, and make an impact on the Macon community.

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