Today the finishing touches were put on the FTPS Tree – after days or careful planning and work, Mrs. Ingram has created a masterpiece. Each part of the image deliberately represents the brainstorming and ideas of many of our students’ responses … Read More
The May Calendar is being sent home with students today. Additional copies are available from the office or from the school website, located near the bottom of the homepage. The May Newsletter is also available from the school webpage, next … Read More
We would like to thank the Fenelon Township Woman’s Auxiliary for their generous donation of $1000.00 towards our breakfast club. We are very fortunate to have such wonderful community partners.
Practice is under way and the students at FTPS are excited to share their talent. At Fenelon Township’s Got Talent you will be entertained by students from Kindergarten to Grade 8. There will be dancing, singing, guitar playing, and even … Read More
The Primary Basketball Team traveled to Woodville to demonstrate their strong play and skills in a 17-2 win. Congratulations to each of the players and coach Earp.
Students in grades 4-8 can join the FTPS Movie Making Club. Interested students will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3:30 to 4:30 to work on their creations. Click here for more details or contact Mr. Howard.
FTPS is participating in a battery Recycling program. Most household batteries can be brought to school and deposited in the special container located in the foyer.
The new Fenelon Township tree continues to grow, thanks to the patience and artistic talent of Mrs. Ingram. Make sure you take a look next time you are in the school. It’s still not finished growing.
Congratulations to both of the Junior basketball and Intermediate boys basketball teams on their strong play at the Zone Tournaments on April 8th and 9th. The Junior team came in first place while the Intermediate boys team came in second. … Read More
Students in grades 4, 5, and 6 spent April 9th and 10th at Camp Kawartha, near Lakefield. Even though it rained for most of the time there, we spent a great deal of time out-of-doors learning about map reading, Inuit games, … Read More