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6th Grade Civic Literacy

Sixth graders explored the question "How Does Social Change Happen?" through a Panel Discussion on Youth Activism this afternoon. The panel was led by two student moderators and the panelists provided insight from their collective wealth of organizing experience. Thank you to our panelists from The Sunrise Movement @sunrisenorthampton , The Student Strike for Climate @climatestrikema , The Turn it Around Campaign @TurnItAroundCtn , plus Congressman James McGovern @jimmcgovernma and @montebelmonte .  Watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6dRHthDxnE Check out our two WSRI...

Dual Language Program

¿Ha escuchado del nuevo Programa de Lenguaje Dual en Fort River comenzando este otoño? Have you heard about the new Fort River Dual Language Program starting in Kindergarten next fall? Check out these fliers about the program! Fort River Dual Language Enrollment Policy / Política de Matrícula en el Programa de Lenguaje Dual de Fort...

Breakfast in the Classroom

National School Breakfast week is March 4 - March 8, 2019. See the menu within! Don't forget to visit the new School Nutrition website on www.amherstfood.com        ...

2019 DESE Report Card

Here is Fort River’s annual report card from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and Principal Chamberlain's letter to families about the report card.

ARHS Winter Music – Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting - ARHS Winter Musical. The performance will be held in the ARHS auditorium on Wednesday, March 6. March 7th-9th @ 7:30pm, March 9th @ 2pm Tickets: https://tuckarhs.brownpapertickets.com/