NOTE: As of this writing, the District's page says that a Powerschool account is required to register, but our school's registrar confirms that in fact the account will be created at the end of the registration process.
Kindergarten registration for 2019-2020 begins Monday, January 14, 2019 and will continue until the start of school. The school office is open 9AM-12PM and 1PM-3PM for in-person registration and online application verification. Please bring the required documents as well as your photo ID. The school cannot officially register you until they've verified all your documentation. Children must be 5 years old by September 1, 2019, to be enrolled.
Start of the Year News: Kindergarten Orientation, 2nd Grade Playdate, School Cleanup, Start of School, Welcome Back Coffee, Ice Cream Social Volunteers Needed, Schoolwide Supply Wish List, Mystery Science, Join PTA, Bento Box Workshop
We are excitedly looking forward to the start of a new school year. We have a few announcements for back to school so that you don't miss anything.
First, we have created a back to school supply wish list. In an effort to make sure all of our students and teachers have access to the supplies they need, donations will be divide amongst all classrooms. There is a sign-up link in the right hand column of this page which will take you to this list.
Please join us for our first Winter Festival show, December 12th, at 6:30, in the MPR. We will be featuring a selection of musical offerings from our beginning and intermediate band, Mr. Mark’s music program, the afterschool programs and our FASEP program. Treats will be available for sale. Entry is FREE.
This will be a fun evening full of Fairmont spirit! If you are able to volunteer for set up, treat sales, and clean up, please sign up at http://signup.com/go/eaacvF.
The Fairmont Spell-A-Thon has raised over $6,500 — the highest amount raised since the event was started seven years ago. Kudos to all students and their families for their generous donations to this academics-based fundraiser. A big thank you also to the teachers and staff for their instrumental support in making this event successful. All money will go towards PTA-funded programs such as Mr. Mark's music program, Dr. Heather's science program, the 5th grade science camp, and the library program.
Fairmont is the first and only school in the district to implement a compost collection program. Students and staff have participated in a pilot program called Waste Matters hosted by The Watershed Project for the last three years. Students are learning about the negative effects of putting food scraps in the landfill. Students understand how to sort their lunch garbage into compost bins, recycling bins, and trash. For these efforts, Fairmont receive 4 awards from the Sustainable Contra Costa 2015 Award Program including: