News, Events, and Announcements
Don’t forget yearbooks are still on sale! Yearbooks cost $10.00(cash or check written to Fillmore PTO). They are on sale until May30th, but quantities are limited.
Please join us for:
Year Book Signing Event
Date: May 30th
Grades 3-5 2:15-2:30
Grades K-2 2:35-2:50
(Time between will allow for transition to ensure all kids 3-5 areback in prior to sending out … Read more
Save the Dates!
Here is the updated district calendar outlining important days forthe end of the school year.
Here are some important dates at a glance:
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 27th: No School
Thursday, June 6th: Last day of school, 2 hour early out
Thursday, June 6th (2 hour early dismissal)
Preschool graduation 8:15 AM
Kindergarten graduation … Read more
Place your order for beautiful plants supplied by Wallace’s GardenCenter. Order forms were sent home with your student in lastweek’s Thursday Folders. Orders are due by April 26th. Plant pickup will be May 9th at the school – just in time for Mother’s Day!… Read more
The Fillmore Elementary PTO will be meeting on Thursday, 4/4/19, at 4:30 pm in the school library. All parents are invited to attend! A special invitation is extended to families of 5th graders. Lisa Black the Family Involvement Liaison from Wood Intermediate will be at our meeting. Ms. Wood will be presenting information to help prepare 5th graders and their … Read more
This is the time of year when winter takes a toll on school attendance. Snow and slushy weather can keep parents from getting their children to school. So can the colds, fevers and earaches that often come with the winter months.
These absences, even if they are excused, can add up to academic trouble. If it is a snowy or … Read more
Every year, talented students from Davenport Community Schools are chosen to represent our district at the Young Artist at the Figge Exhibition. This year we are proud to announce that we have 4 students that will be recognized for their creativity, perseverance, and dedication. Sophia Steiner (5th grade), Skyler Johnson (4th grade), Lillian Cahill (3rd grade), and Amethyst Thomas (2nd) … Read more