Grade One Science: All living things, including humans use energy to survive. The students enjoyed a visit from Dr. Hayman and had all of their questions answered about the human body, organs and organ systems. Thank you, Mrs. Hayman! … Read More
On May 16th Fenelon Township Public School sent one junior and one intermediate team to the TLDSB Robofair. Students watched a presentation and demonstration put on by the Huntsville High School Robotics Team who recently competed in an international competition … Read More
The robotics club recently completed an in school sumo-bot competition. Students from grades 5 to 8 had to build and program a robot that could stay inside of a 1.2 m by 1.2 m square ring and push the other … Read More
Grade One Science Inquiry: What are the needs of living things? Inquiry: How can we treat all living things with care and respect?
CPR & Defibrillator ‘C’ Training (Canadian Red Cross Certification): Save $30.00 Fenelon Township Public School is offering an amazing opportunity for people to take life-saving training and help raise funds for the school’s new swing set. This course is great … Read More
The FTPS staff participated in the Trillium Cup Volleyball Tournament on April 26th. This charity event raised funds for Planned Parenthood and The Terry Fox Foundation. It was a fun day of spikes and digs … and lots of sore … Read More
FTPS staff and students have surpassed their fundraising goal in support of Cops for Cancer. Well done! The big event starts this Friday at 9:15. Parents and family are invited to join in the exciting presentation.
Students from Mr. Cameron’s grade 7/8 class at Fenelon Township Public School participated in a variety of interactive activities at Fleming College’s Frost Campus today. Some of the activities, led by Mr. Whittaker of the Outdoor Adventure Skills Program, included … Read More
FTPS principal, Mrs. Cockburn, was pied by Mr. Cameron and decorated with Cheesies by several students at an assembly recently. Mrs. Cockburn had challenged the school to raise funds in support of Cops for Cancer and had offered her face … Read More
For the last couple of months the Grade 2 and the Grade 2/3 class have been listening to a different song each week. This week, two boys from Mrs. Burnie’s class, Nolan and William, asked if the 2s and 3s … Read More