Throughout the year, various activities provide income and support for the projects sponsored by Fabius-Pompey A.P.T.S. You can help by participating in them, volunteering to help with them, or serving as a coordinator. Most are conducted at specific times during the year, however, a few are available at any time.
Our fall fundraiser will enhance the experience and education of our students while it helps to provide funding for our teachers.  A.P.T.S. purchases various materials throughout the school year as well as providing funding for various school programs such as dance, Karate and piano, we have also helped fund guest speakers, purchased an Ellison Cutter for the Elementary teachers, T-shirts for the Math Club at the high school, provided funding for the After the Prom party, and Teen Institute.  These are made possible through our fundraiser.
Bring your old computer printer ink cartridges or old cell phones from home, from friends, from family, from businesses. Turn them in to the Middle School / High School office, the blue bin under the A.P.T.S. table in the Elementary School or drop off bins at the Fabius and Pompey Post Offices. Reduce litter and conserve natural resources while earning money to support programs at F-P. To determine whether your cartridges or phones qualify for this program, check the Qualified items List.
This program runs from the start of classes to mid June
Throughout the entire year, clip and save the Box Tops for Education logos from participating General Mills products. They should be submitted by students to the classroom teachers. Prizes are awarded to the classrooms that bring in the most logos. Invite your relatives and friends to start clipping those Box Tops for Education logos today.
Square One Art is a unique fund raising program that offers the opportunity for parents of Elementary School students to purchase items that have your child's original art work on them (shirts, mugs etc.). It all starts with projects in the Elementary School art classes sometime in November/December. Around March, a package including a sample of the student's work is sent home with order forms. Order forms that are returned in March are sent to the company and the items are normally back by Mother's Day.
Take advantage of the opportunity to buy quality books at great prices. Your orders benefit both the readers in your household and the F-P school libraries, Elementary school classrooms, and specials.
These Scholastic Book Fairs are planned and staffed by volunteers, and we are always looking for new faces and new ideas. It's a great way to meet other F-P parents while helping our students, classrooms and libraries. If you'd like to help out, please contact Terry Cox, the Elementary Book Fair Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.