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Please join us for the First Annual FRA Golf Scramble on Friday, June 24th at Copper Mill Golf Course. #GatorsLoveGolfing
Today, the FRA fourth grade class visited the State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion. A special 'Thank You' goes to Representative Major Thibaut, Senator Rick Ward, and Louisiana's First Lady, Donna Edwards, for making the trip so memorable!
A trip to Northern Ireland Scotland is being organized for 2017. The trip is open to students in grades 7-12. (It is preferable for a parent to attend with students in grades 7&8). For more information visit the tour website or contact Sally Neal.
On April 11, the False River Academy juniors traveled to New Orleans to tour the WWII Museum. This was the highlight of their WWII Unit. They were able to see tanks, planes, weapons and learn about the battles on the beaches of Normandy. It was a wonderful educational opportunity.
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Haven't ordered your 2015-2016 FRA yearbook yet? Visit the yearbook orders page to place your order online. Orders are due May 30th.
Sixth graders at FRA worked on their science fair projects for most of the fall semester. On Wed., Dec. 2, the projects were displayed for judging and public viewing. First, second, and third place winners were selected and on Tues., Feb. 23, those students participated in the regional science fair at LSU.
With his project, "Parachutes: Does Size Matter?," Cole Angelloz placed first in the "materials science" category of the regional science fair. His project examined the relationship between the surface area of a parachute and the time it took to reach the ground when dropped from a raised surface. He discovered larger p...
The Student of the Year program is designed to recognize outstanding elementary, middle, and high school students. This program is an excellent opportunity to recognize from each school system those students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement, leadership ability, and citizenship. The program is sponsored by the Louisiana State Superintendent through the State Dept. of Education and the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. Each finalist will compete at the regional level. FRA is honored to announce the finalists at our school level. From left to right: Adriana Magallon - 5th grade, Wyatt Laiche - 8th grade and Brand...