Fulton BOE members tour buildings


Within all Fulton City schools, the district’s mission is to enable students to develop the knowledge and skills needed for relevant, lifelong learning and to become responsible, respectful and productive citizens.
 
One way that can be accomplished is to ensure all students, in grades pre-kindergarten through 12, have an appropriate, safe and productive day with all of the tools and support they need. The Fulton City School District Board of Education has worked diligently with administrators, staff members, students, parents, guardians and the greater Fulton community to ensure those needs are met.
 
Each year BOE members tour all FCSD buildings to become informed on the needs and strengths to further the FCSD mission. They were recently joined by Superintendent Brian Pulvino and Director of Facilities, Operations and Transportation Jerry Seguin, both of whom noted improvement areas and commended building principals on what worked well for students.


Granby Elementary School Principal Heather Perry-Witter, left,
takes a brief break on the Fulton City School District Board of
Education tour of her building to explain what works well for
students. She is joined by BOE President David Cordone, second
from left, and BOE Vice President Dan Pawlewicz, center, along with
several other district representatives, including Superintendent Brian
Pulvino, third form right.