FPMS Headlines & Features

  • Virtual Learning Information

    Fort Payne City Schools strives to prepare teachers and students for online learning. With our district being 1:1 with student devices, learning management systems, and many online resources, our teachers are using online virtual learning on a regular basis. It is our goal to ensure student success and prepardness for the future. Please click the link above for more information about Virtual Learning.

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  • FPCS COVID-19 Information

    March 16, 2020 Please follow the link above for comprehensive information regarding the statement below Dear Colleagues and Parents, We are experiencing a serious health issue in our country. The public health emergency is growing daily. With this in mind, Fort Payne City Schools will close today at the end of the school day and remain closed until Monday, April 6, 2020. Students will return on April 6, 2020, unless you receive notice of an extension. We have plans designed to allow students to receive breakfast and lunch starting tomorrow at designated locations and times. The chart for meal distribution is listed on the following page along with student resources for educational opportunities. The closure timeframe is Tuesday, March 17, 2020, through Monday, April 6, 2020. All school-sponsored activities scheduled during the statewide school closure are suspended until April 30, 2020. All absences from school today, Monday, March 16, 2020, are excused. Yesterday evening, the CDC released some new guidance reducing the recommended limits on mass gathering from 500 to 50. Our collective commitment to protect the health and safety of our students remains our top priority. I am grateful for the many teachers, administrators, and staff who are exhibiting extraordinary resolve and effort to address student needs. Please open the attachment to see Parental Guides concerning the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Thank you and be safe, Jim Cunningham, Superintendent Fort Payne City Schools

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  • Hour of Code

    Welcome to the Hour of Code! This week during your elective time, you will be challenged to complete an hour of code using resources made by Code.org. Click here to start coding!

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  • Order 2019-20 Yearbooks. Click to order a yearbook.

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  • Box Top Collection

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  • Bentley Coffee, a student in Ms. Chaparro's Classroom, is using Google Slides and the Promethean Board to teach other students vocabulary related to the lesson.

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  • FP Gigawatts Robotics Kicked Off New Season..Click for more!

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  • Accelerated Reader Congratulations

    Accelerated Reader Superstar with 63 books read this year!

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  • FPMS Students Win Writing Contest

    Pictured are winners in the grades 7-9 division of the writing contest. They received awards at Northeast's awards program on Thursday, May 3, and they will be recognized at FPMS awards day later this month. Congratulations to these students for their outstanding work. Click to read more...

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  • Flag Presented to FPMS.

    A flag was presented to Fort Payne Middle School on behalf of Mrs. Chaparro’s 7th Grade English classes for writing letters on Veteran’s Day.

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FPMS Announcements

  • Digital Device Guidelines for Testing

    This is the Digital Device Security Guidelines for Testing that are in place during all standardized testing times.

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    No personal digital devices are allowed and this includes cell phones.

    This is a parent notification of the guidelines:

     

    (Spanish Version of Guidelines)


    (1) the possession of a digital device is strictly prohibited during the administration of a secure test;
    (2) if the device is used during the administration of a secure test, the device will be confiscated and is
    subject to a search; and
    (3) if the device is used during the administration of a secure test, the student’s test will automatically be invalidated.

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  • Teaching Kids about Copyright and Piracy...

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    Common Sense Media is a wonderful resource that has student, teacher, and parent information about media and technology. 

     Parent Resource:

    Copyright Piracy- LINK: Teaching Kids About Copyright Piracy

    Common Sense Media-LINK: Mission

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