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Homework Club

Homework Club is an after school program where students can find a quiet environment to work and if needed receive help from a credentialed teacher.


Mondays Mrs. Johnson - Rm 1
Tuesdays Ms. Hartman Library
Wednesdays Ms. Lawrence Rm 11


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Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote a foundation for academic excellence, mastery of basic skills, responsible citizenship, and a desire by students to achieve their highest potential through a partnership with home and community.

Traffic Safety


For  the last several weeks there has been a growing concern with regard to traffic safety as students are being dropped off before and picked up after school. There have been numerous reports from parents, teachers, and students about violations of FVSD safety traffic rules. Clearly, the safety of the children must be the primary concern for all. Please  be sure to always observe the following traffic rules.


  • Students must be dropped off at the curb NO exceptions.
  • Drivers must NOT double park, even for short periods of time.
  • Drivers may NOT make U-turns near or around school grounds.
  • Always drive at a safe speed and be alert to students walking and/or riding on bicycles.
  • Drivers should not pass slow or stopped cars near or around school grounds.

Courtesy and patience can be the key to avoiding traffic-related stress and mishaps.


The staff at Fulton Middle School would like to remind parents and students to be careful when crossing the street, noting the rules of traffic and using designated crosswalks only. Our staff will make every effort to assist students when possible but may not always be present to supervise crosswalks every day. By working together, we can help keep our students safe when walking to and from school. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Question of the Week

Who is the only pitcher to hit a grand slam in the World Series?

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Fulton Happenings


Each year, Fountain Valley School District provides an opportunity for teachers and parents to nominate students for possible participation in the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program. The District assesses eligible students in grades three through seven using a school abilities test to identify those performing in the top ten percent. GATE nomination forms will be available in school offices beginning on October 27. Completed nomination paperwork must be returned to school offices no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 7.

Posted by: Robert Hood
Published: 10/23/14

Birthday Marquee Messages


You child will smile when they see a rolling birthday message from you for a week.  It costs $15, and you can download the attached form here, fill it in, and turn it in to the front office.  The form is also in the office.

Posted by: Robert Hood
Published: 10/1/14

Order Your Yearbook thru May 2015


Posted by: Robert Hood
Published: 9/28/14