• Falconer Central School Student Spotlight!

    Falconer students excel in various activities throughout the year and this is where we would like to highlight those accomplishments!  Whether it be acdemically, athletically, or expressing a special talent, this is where you can find it.  Thanks for checking us out!

     

    Spotlight


     

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    Falconer Middle School Students and Staff Host Business Luncheon

    The Landmark Restaurant was the site of a Business Luncheon, Wednesday, October 24, 2018, sponsored by the eighth-grade students, teachers and administrators at Falconer Middle School.

     

    The luncheon provided the opportunity for the students and staff to thank the many volunteers and funders who make Junior Achievement possible at Falconer Middle School. The students also had the opportunity, through a panel discussion, to ask career-related questions of their invited guest.

     

    Junior Achievement is a curriculum-based program that brings community volunteers into the classroom to teach financial literacy, entrepreneurship, plus career awareness and workforce readiness skills to students in Kindergarten through Grade 12.

     

    The Falconer Middle School students and staff would like to offer a special thank you to Pati Centi and her staff at the Landmark Restaurant for hosting the Business Luncheon. They would also like to thank the following volunteers and funders who make Junior Achievement possible at Falconer Middle School: 

    Chautauqua Region Community Foundation          Student Volunteers
    Cummins Inc.
    Holmberg Foundation
    Lenna Foundation
    Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation
    Mr. Jason Stronz, Courier Capital
    United Way of Southern Chautauqua County
    Ms. Amanda Braley
    Mr. Matthew Mazgaj, Phillips Lytle
    Mr. Andrew Hill, Media One

     


     

  • Falconer Modified Football

    Modified Football    Modified Awards

    This year's modified football team finished the season with a 5-2 record.  Season highlights include wins over Maple Grove, Chautauqua Lake, and a 6-0 victory over previously undefeated Southwestern to end the season.

    Awards- bottom Left to Right- Colin Riel- Most Improved, Nick Houston- Most Improved, Dalton Caldwell- "BONE" Award-Most Takeaways, Vinnie Bloomberg- Coach's Award

    Top Left to Right- Kyle Keefe- Coach's Award, Karsen Depasquale- Offensive MVP, Jarrett Vincent- Team MVP, Dakota Giambelluca- Coach's Award, Bryant Morrison- Defensive MVP

    Missing from the awards photo- Jacob Sears- Coach's Award, Jackson Roth- Coach's Award, Tristan Vera- Most Improved


     

  • Falconer Key Club recently worked at recording names of veterans buried in Lakeview Cemetery while replacing broken and placing new flag holders at headstones.  

     

    Key Club


     

     

Last Modified on November 7, 2018