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Fulton Junior High Spring Showcase Opens School to the Community

Students at the Fulton Junior High School recently had the opportunity to share their projects and talents with friends, family and the community during a spring showcase.

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The FJHS spring showcase offered visitors information on the school’s athletic teams. Pictured are soccer players Mason Rowlee, Madison Long, Nathan Summerville and Jacob Wilcox (floor).

Presentations were given around the school from the Art Department, Health Department, Family and Consumer Science and Technology Department.

The Music Department’s school chorus, orchestra and band also performed mini-concerts during the four sessions.

Six graders from three of the four elementary schools visited the FJHS during the half day, and were given tours of the building by middle school students.

Sixth graders were introduced to some the clubs and sports the FJHS has to offer, and given demos in the art rooms.

In addition to parents and grandparents, special visitors included Louella LeClair and residents of Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton.