·A Rated School 2000-2014 ·Bully Prevention School of Excellence 2010-2014 ·Golden School Award Recipient 2000-2014 ·Silver School Award Recipient 2010-2014 ·A Cambridge School ·A Florida 5-Star School Award Winner 2014
Do you want to make a difference at Falcon Cove and in the community? Come to the first Human Relations Meeting and see how you can make a difference. The first Human Relations meeting for all students interested will be Thursday September 4th at 9:00am in portable 21. Don’t miss out!
If you were unable to attend our first Drama Club meeting, please join us on Thursday September 4 for our next meeting. We will have singing, dance, and acting workshops presented by Drama students at Cypress Bay High School.
The 2014 AMC 8 exam will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 18th after school from 4-5 PM in the cafetorium for all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who are younger than 14.5 years old on Nov. 18th. This is a rigorous exam that aims to challenge students in problem solving. If you would like your child to participate, please return the registration form to room 229 no later than October 1st. More information can be found at the AMC website www.amc.maa.org
The procedures for high school volunteers have changed. Moving forward the following are the new procedures.
****High school students interested in volunteering should email the teacher they would like to assist and see if the teacher would be interested in having a high school volunteer.****
Join us for our first Drama Club meeting of the year on Wednesday August 27 from 4 to 6pm. We need singers, dancers, actors, and stage crew for our Winter production of LEGALLY BLONDE. Parents are responsible for after-school transportation. BUSES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE!
Please see Mr. Slowik for any questions.
Falcon Cove 14-15 Orientation/Open House/Supply List
Before and After School Program
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