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  • “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.”― Albert Einstein


    This year will be one of change unlike any school year we have ever had. It is important to note that we may need to pivot our learning formats, and education as a whole at any given moment. Flexibility is key for all staff and students as we navigate this challenging time together. Be assured that at Fort Atkinson Middle School we will continue to do everything possible to provide you with a quality education, and do so while keeping the safety of our students and staff in the forefront of our mind.


    We ask for our students, parents, staff, and community members to be flexible with us and to grant each other grace as we continue to move forward throughout the 2020-2021 school year. In the end, as we work through these changes, we are given the opportunity to take a closer look at everything that we do, determine the 'why,' and examine possibilities for positive change. Through this process, we will grow and improve our school to an even better place than it was prior to this difficult time.


    We are really looking forward to working with all of you throughout this year.

     

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  • District Information and Guidelines

     

    For information on district-wide topics such as the decision-making process for fall, FAQs, learning formats, district-wide communications, etc. please veiw the district webpage here.

     

    Fort Atkinson Middle School Guidelines

    Based off of the district-wide safety guidelines, Fort Atkinson Middle School has created our very own back-to-school handbook for our students and families.  This handbook contains information about what our health and wellness procedures are at our school for this fall.   

  • Learning Format Options

    To learn more about the different learning format options, please review this district webpage.  

    The district is encouraging families to commit to a learning format selection for one quarter (9 weeks).   If a family feels a change in learning format needs to occur within the quarter due to an unexpected circumstance or academic need, requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

    If a student falls ill they will be transitioned to the virtual format during their time away and may return once the quarantine time period has been completed.

FAMS Communications

  • FAMS Pictures/Grades/Attendance/ and more email 10.28.20

  • Family/Teacher Conferences email 10.26.20

  • Attendance email 10.1.20

  • CANCELLED - October Parent Advisory Meeting - email 10.12.20

  • October Sharkbytes - email - 9.30.20

  • FAMS - Q1 Student Progress Report - email 9.23.20

  • FAMS Full Virtual Schedule

  • FAMS Families - Virtual Instruction - email 9.22.20

  • Open house, virtual material pick up, and more - email 9.8.20

  • FAMS Virtual Learners eMail - 9.4.20

  • 7th and 8th Grade Phone Call - 9.3.20

  • 2020-21 Bell Schedule

  • Class Schedule for 9.4.20

  • 6th Grade Family Phone Call - 9.2.20

  • 6th Grade 1st Day - Email 9.1.20

  • 2020-2021 District Communications

    Please click here.