FMS Announcements

  • Students and Parents, 


    Below are links to available information about the At-Home Learning Options being provided by Fredericksburg Middle School Teachers.

    A Suggested Weekly Schedule for Students  


    The preferred at-home learning option is the online program, which is accessible with ANY device (cell phone, ipad, laptop, computer, etc).  Here are the instructions on how students can access the curriculum from their teachers: How To Access Online Distance Learning for FMS


    The online curriculum is active for all students.  If your child has not logged into the online learning, please have them do so ASAP (using the **NEW** "How to Access Online Distance Learning for FMS" directions above).  PLEASE KEEP CHECKING BACK HERE FOR THE MOST RECENT INFORMATION.  

    Students needing a device to access online curriculum, may check one out in the office on Monday OR Wednesday from 9-11 am. 


    If you do not have a device (cell phone, ipad, laptop, computer, etc...) to access the online option, paper-based learning is available.  Work packets may be picked or dropped off from the newspaper bins in the middle school bus circle at anytime.


     Looking for additional educational sites?  Check out this list of FREE educational websites.

     If you are in need of internet access in your home, Spectrum is offering free Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with students in grades K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription.  To enroll or get more information, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.  This offer may not be available in all locations. 


    In addition, Nexstream is offering 90-day free home internet for students.  They will waive the installation fee and service is subject to availablility.  For more info, text or call 1-833-406-0639.  They are also offering FREE drive-in community wi-fi, where you can pull up, park, and get access to high-speed internet 24/7 from the safety of your vehicle.  Check for expanding locations at  A toll-free community helpline is available for families and teachers experiencing technical difficulties  with the shift to digital classrooms and remote working. Text or call 1-833-406-0639 for help.





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