HANNIBAL – Families flocked to Fairley Elementary School for an open house recently to learn about the district’s expectations and to meet the teachers and staff members who will help guide each student toward success.
The open house provided an opportunity for parents to tour the school with their child and to check out the class projects already under way.
In addition to touring individual classrooms, families lined the hallways to view some of the student artwork and writing samples on display.
“I did this,” Donald McFarland said as he showed his mom a picture he colored during his first week of second grade. “I spent a lot of time on it.”
With the building abuzz with excitement and a new vision and mission in place, Superintendent Donna Fountain said she is looking forward to seeing the students grow and embrace the positive changes happening throughout the Hannibal Central School District.
“There are so many great things happening in our schools,” Fountain said. “We have families who are very involved in their child’s education. The turnout for open house is great and will set the tone for a fantastic school year.”