• We will be celebrating our Attitude of Gratitude November 23, 24 & 25.
    On Monday, November 23, wear your pajamas or comfy clothes to school.
    On Tuesday, November 24, wear show off you team spirit by wearing your favorite team clothing, or wear stripes and be a referee.
    On Wednesday, November 25, we'll be showing our Fulton school spirit by wearing Fulton attire, or clothing in the school colors of red and blue.

    All three days we'll be showing our gratitude by helping others.  We will be collecting food and household supplies to give to people who might need them.  A list is on a yellow note that went home on Wednesday, November 18th.  We hope to collect 300 items.  If you can't donate an item, please consider writing a note or drawing a picture for a family who might be going through a tough time.

  • Fulton School now has a Facebook page!  Clicking here will take you right to it.

  • Through an agreement with Microsoft, students and staff in the distrct can get the use of Office 2013/O365 for free. Read the details. 

Full steam ahead!

At Fulton Elementary School, both students and staff proudly accept the challenge to teach or learn the skills necessary to become responsible citizens.

Greetings from Mrs. Nugent, Principal

nugent_igeekmath It was great to see so many parents with their students at Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences at the end of October.  There were many wonderful conversations taking place throughout the building, all focused on helping our students be learners, be respectful and be their best.

With the weather rapidly getting cooler, please remember to dress your children appropriately.  Students go outside for recess unless it is raining or extremely cold.

Please continue to read with your children for at least 15 minutes each night.  The more children read, the better readers they become.

The Thanksgiving break is getting close.  We at Fulton wish all of our families a very Happy Thanksgiving.  We are very thankful that we get to work with your children each day.  It is a pleasure to watch them grow and develop into respectful, responsible students.

Full Steam Ahead!