Friday, May 18

FRIDAY FOLDER may 18



Highlights From This Week
Fairmont Summer Programs 
Summer is just around the corner! Fairmont Summer Programs is setting sail for a summer to remember, and you won't want to miss it!  Whether you are joining us for summer school, summer camp, or specialized enrichment workshops, Fairmont guarantees that this summer, adventure awaits you! Read about the benefits of summer camp in this blog post. Enroll today for a week or the whole summer at www.fairmontsummerprograms.com

Congratulations 6th Grade Pentathlon Teams! 
On Saturday, May 5, Fairmont students participated in the Orange County Academic Pentathlon. This one-day event provided an opportunity for our students of all ability levels to engage in an academic competition that evaluated their performance in five content areas: social science, science, math, literature, and essay. The competition attracted eighty-six teams from public and private schools throughout Orange County. Since January, the teams have been preparing with their teachers. Their dedication and teamwork paid large dividends. In Division 1A, the most challenging division, the Fairmont teams took home numerous individual and team awards! 

Anaheim Hills Campus 
Information to follow on Monday, May 21. 

Edgewood Campus
Edgewood Eagles Team
Super Quiz Team Award - 3rd Place 
Overall Team Award - 6th Place
23 Individual medals

Edgewood Talons Team
Super Quiz Team Award - 4th Place
Overall Team Award - 5th Place
21 Individual medals


Mable Campus 
80 Individual Medals Total 

Fairmont Panthers Team 
Super Quiz Team Award - 1st Place 
Overall Team Award - 2nd Place 

Fairmont Mable Team 
Super Quiz Team Award - 2nd Place 
Overall Team Award - 3rd Place 

Mable Campus Bruce Hockman Carnival
Friday, May 25
Mr. Bruce Hockman was a social studies teacher at the Mable campus 33 years ago, and he wanted to show his students about some of the theories they were learning about. So he proposed the students organize, and run a carnival for the other students. The goal was that the 8th graders would learn about supply and demand, profit and loss, planning, scheduling and time management.  Any profits from the carnival would go towards the junior high promotion events planned for later that year. The carnival was a huge success and all the students had a great day and the 8th graders learned a lot about hard work! When Mr. Hockman passed away the carnival was renamed in his honor. Students from all campuses are invited to attend. Read more in the carnival flyer

Weekly E-Newsletters 

May Lunch Menus 

Contributed by Alyssa, Fairmont Private Schools

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