FEBRUARY 28, 2019
This year's Pi Day 5k is in the books, and not only did participants enjoy the flat course through North River Shores, they also embraced the mild February weather during the evening race.

Stuart 54-year-old Tom Nisa was the overall top finisher with a time of 20:27, while Sandra Andersson, a 33-year-old from Wellington, was the top female finisher. The top two FAWE finishers were 10-year-old Maxwell Gozdz, who ran the 5k in 24:10, and Lucy Mayer, 9, who finished in 26:04.

There were over 100 runners on the 5k course, while the youngest racers participated in the 100-yard Radius Run (5-younger) and half-mile Diameter Dash (ages 6-11).

Race organizer and PTA co-president Lynne Campbell presented awards, and all 5k finishers received a glow-in-the-dark medal. This race is one of many in the Treasure Coast Challenge Series and is one of the FAWE PTA's top fundraisers.

Thank you to all the supporters and volunteers who aided in making this event one of our community's favorites!
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FAWE Farm Gets Colorful
Campus Reminders

  • When arriving to the front office door, please ring the bell system to allow staff to inquire about your purpose for visiting and to allow entrance into the office.
  • All visitors MUST be signed in through the Raptor system, which requires each visitor to have a driver’s license to be scanned.
  • The YELLOW Raptor badge MUST be worn at all times to be visible to all that you have been signed in to be on campus. If a staff member cannot see the YELLOW sticker, they will stop and ask you to go back to the front office.
  • Please be patient when arriving to check out students during lunch or recess time, as this requires locating the student and having a staff member unlock the classroom door to retrieve their belongings. It is helpful to inform the classroom teacher if your child will need to be picked up during either of these times, so they can have their belongings with them and wait for you in the office a few minutes prior to your arrival.
  • We have MANY students with medical needs that require multiple separate seating areas in the Café, so we are VERY LIMITED on space for visitors during lunch, especially when families bring multiple family members with them to lunch. We are working with our School Advisory Council (SAC) to put a plan in place that will still allow for lunch visitors, just in a different location than the Café. We will send home a letter and a voiceblast once we have a plan ready to go into effect.
Parent survey through April 6

Please take a moment to complete the Satisfaction and Engagement Survey to assist our staff and School Advisory Council to determine areas of strength and areas in need of improvement.

This survey, which takes only a few minutes to complete, will be open until April 6, so act fast.

We value your input to help continue to make FAWE S.A.I.L.!

"Let's Get Social" Mother-Son Dance
More From Pi Day 5k
March 1: Come Read With Me Day
March 8: End of Third Nine Weeks
March 11-15: Spring Break
March 19: SAC Meeting
March 22: Junior Achievement (Grades K-2)
March 23: Water Fest at Memorial Park
March 25: Progress Reports Come Home
March 26: Music In Our Schools at MCHS
March 27: Early Release Day & Field Day
March 28: Next Splash Flash Released
March 28-29: Book Fair