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News from Flat Shoals Elementary

Flat Shoals Announcements


   

FSE Spelling Bee

 image with text: Congratulations to Flat Shoals Elementary Spelling Bee Winners   Gold Annor 1st and  Davianna Guda alternate
image of fireworks with text: Congratulations to RCPS Virtual K-5 Option Spelling Bee Winners Genevieve Johnson (1st Place) and Alex Travieso (Alternate)
Congratulations to our Mustangs moving on to the district level!

Join us for the RCPS Virtual Spelling Bee:
Friday, January 28th
10:00 am


click here to join the Teams meeting



Yearbooks!

Click here to order a 2021-22 Yearbook   

$15 until 1/31/2021, then $17



Annual Title I Parent & Family Engagement Survey

Click here to take the survey.


School Climate Survey

Click here to take the survey.



M.O.R.E After School Program

M.O.R.E. stands for Motivational Opportunities for Remediation and Enrichment. It runs from after school until 6:00 PM each school day. A late fee will be assessed if a student is picked up after 6 o'clock. The late fee is $1 per minute after 6 o'clock.

There is a one time registration fee of $25.  The daily rate is $15.00 per day.

If you have any questions related to the M.O.R.E program, please feel free to contact Shaun Johnson.

District Announcements
Upcoming Events

Digital Citizenship
It is important that we teach all of our young scholars that having a laptop or using the iPads comes with great responsibility. Part of that responsibility is being a good Digital Citizen.  

Each month we focus on one part of what being a good Digital Citizen means.

Digital Citizenship Lessons 

For more information please go to Common Sense Media as your primary source for information.

Click for Parent Technology Support

Dynamic Learning

The mission of Flat Shoals Elementary, a dynamic learning community, is to ensure that students achieve their highest potential as life-long learners and aspire to be productive members of our global society through: a partnership of students, teachers, families, and community; an engaging curriculum; enrichment activities; embracing individuality