1 Fruit cove Middle School THE PILOT . Weekly Newsletter December 8, 2017. In the month of 3180 Racetrack Rd 904-547-7880. December all six St. Johns, FL 32259 H O M E O F T H E F L Y E R S 904-547-7885 fax Character Counts Pillars are celebrated. The pillars are: Don't Miss Fruit cove Family Night at the Icemen Game! Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship December 11th Semester exams begin. December 12th DC Parent Meeting 7:00 to 8:00pm December 16th FCMS Family Night at the Icemen Game 7:30pm December 21st Last Day of the Quarter December 22nd through January 5th Christmas Break School Hours 7:50am-2:00pm Wed. Dismissal @ Click Here to Purchase Tickets 1:00pm Use Promo Code: fruitcove The building is open @ 7:15 am for students. Student Drop Off Reminder PTO Spirit Wear Parents please keep in mind that Attention FCMS parents!! inclement weather in the mornings The PTO has spirit wear inventory creates long drop off lines.
2 If you available for those of you that may know there might be bad weather, need a holiday gift idea for your plan on getting to School a little earlier child. Please inquire with Margaret in order to Urban at to see if get all the the item you wish to students to order is still class on available. Thank you time. again for supporting FCMS PTO!!! Fruit cove Middle School Band Be sure to catch the Fruit cove Middle School Jazz Ensemble in action at one of their upcoming performances. The Jazz Ensemble will be playing at the St. Augustine Nights of Lights Saturday, December 9th from 6pm to 8pm. Your next chance to see them will be at the Jacksonville Icemen game on Decem- ber 16th at 7:30pm. Club Spotlight Fellowship of Christian Athletes FCA meets on Tuesdays from 2-3pm to encourage and inspire young people in their walk with God. FCMS students of all faiths meet to lift one another up and challenge each other to share their faith.
3 Each Tuesday FCA has a special youth speaker from area churches who shares a short message of hope and courage. FCA is a place where I can have fun and be surrounded by Christians plus learn more about God and Jesus. FCA is completely led by 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students of FCMS who are passionate about God and sharing their faith with their friends. We can make a difference. FCA shows us how.. - Katelyn 6th Grade. My faith has grown being around other Christian students from School . It's cool to meet new people at FCA and then see them around School knowing they feel the same way about God.. - Cole 6th Grade FCA has given me the opportunity to see all the stu- dents who go to FCMS who share the same feelings for Christ as I have, even adults. It has allowed me to make new Christian friends. I am so blessed to be able to have this opportunity.. - Cora 6th Grade FCA creates a warm and welcoming environment.
4 I enjoy hanging out with my friends . - Emily 8th Grade Spelling Bee Character Counts! Spelling Bee Results! The first place winner of the 2017-2018 Fruit cove Middle School Spelling Bee is 8th grader, Avery Markowicz! Congratulations Avery! Our second place winner is 6th grader, Saharsh Devireddy, and third place is 8th grader, Alex Ball. Congratulations to all the spellers in the bee and good luck in The Character Counts! 6 Pillars the upcoming 6K/3K Run/Walk will take place on county wide Saturday, February 3, 2018, at spelling bee, 9 The run/walk will begin and Avery Markowicz! end at Palencia Elementary School . Registration fees are as follows: 6K-$25 before January 1. Testing $35 on race day 3K-$20 before January 1. Exam Schedule for December $30 on race day Date Exam Registration forms and more 12/11 & 12 PE and Language information are available online at Arts 12/13* PE, Language Arts, most electives, and Social Studies Race proceeds will support (AB1 Only) CHARACTER COUNTS!
5 Initiatives throughout the St. Johns County 12/14 & 15 Social Studies and School District (SJCSD). The run/. most electives walk is open to all ages. The top 12/18, 19, Math and Science three winners will be awarded in 20 each of the age categories, as well as, the overall male and female finishers. *AB1 classes will test on December A cash donation will be awarded to 13th and the 20th. There will be a the top schools with the most special bell schedule these two days registrants. to extend the AB1 class period. FCMS Club Meeting Dates and Times Club Sponsor(s) Day Time Room Art Club (7th/8th) Ms. Greening Every other Tuesday 2:00-3:15 755. Oct 3 Jan 17. Art Club (6th) Ms. Greening Every other Tuesday 2:00-3:15 755. Feb 20 May 1. B6 Club Ms. Alford & Ms. Jones 1st & 2nd Monday of the 2:00-3:00 750. month Crochet Club Ms. Miller Every Tuesday 2:00-3:00 P3. Drama Club Mr.
6 Staffaroni, Every Monday, Tuesday 2:00-4:00 Auditorium Ms. Padlo, Ms. Kalfa, & Thursday Ms. Lossing Fellowship of Ms. Benavides Every Tuesday 2:00-3:00 Chorus Christian Athletes Room (FCA). Fruit cove Cares Ms. Rodgers Every other Monday 2:00-3:00 725. History Fair Club Ms. McCormick Every Tuesday & 2:00-3:00 P5. Thursday NJHS Ms. Hampton, Ms. Lossing, 12/5, 1/16, 2/20, 3/20, 2:00-3:00 Auditorium Ms. Kalfa 4/3. Service Hours Log Article VII add Bylaws Odyssey of the Ms. Benavides Every Friday 2:00-3:00 375. Mind Pinterest Club Ms. Baroch & Ms. Schmidt 1st & 3rd Friday of the 2:00-3:00 575/. month cafeteria Robotics Ms. Haigler Every other Tuesday 2:00-3:00 P9. Role-Playing / Ms. Miller Every Friday 2:00-4:00 P3. Gaming (RPG). Science Club Ms. Butler Every other Tuesday 2:00-3:00 455.