Dear Parents/ Guardians,
As the principal of Paul V. Fly Elementary School, I would like to welcome you to our website. Encouraging every student to reach his or her full potential is the responsibility of all of us in the Paul V. Fly Learning Community. The Paul V. Fly students are hard workers, have high expectations, and take care of self, others and things.
At Paul V. Fly we have a strong tradition for high student achievement and focus on learning for all. We are part of a wonderful community where the faculty, staff, and families all work together to ensure the students are successful and have an illustrious school experience.
I encourage you to take some time and explore the website as it is designed to keep the Paul V. Fly families informed and up to date on building happenings and academic programs.
These students read 45 books and correctly answered questions to earn a Blue Ribbon at the event on May 1st at Skyview Elementary School. In total over 7000 students from 20 school districts joined this year's Montgomery County Reading Olympics. Congratulations to everyone! Keep on Reading~
On February 7th, Paul Fly artists, Caden Mroz and Sophia O’Reilly, had their art work presented by Fresh Artists as part of a special exhibition at the Philadelphia Foundation and the Knight Foundation offices at 1234 Market Street, Philadelphia. They created their paintings in kindergarten art class at Paul Fly.
On January 8th 3rd grade students participated in an informative program called “Food Label Mabel.” Students learned about nutrients and how to read food labels. They were able to participate in the lesson by using “clickers” to record answers to specific food related questions. They were also given opportunities to “act-out” the various jobs of nutrients and how they benefit the body!
Our school district received a grant to fund a one day lesson about health and exercise to all 1st grade students. The program entitled, “Kids in Motion,” took place on January 7th in the Paul Fly Gymnasium. Students learned the importance of having a healthy heart and participated in fun exercises designed for warming-up, vigorous activity, and cooling down. Students had a blast doing these exercises!
7:00 PM Admin: School Board Work Session
7:00 PM Admin: School Board Meeting