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Thursday, May 25th, 2017

All School News

  • A Message from Athletic Director Kris Palmerton

    Today I write my last blog of the year… No pressure, the final Panther Press blog of 2017. No pressure, as I have followed Mr. Harris for six months… He sets the bar high! Prior to this year, I had never written a “blog.” I did not even know exactly what one was! I had heard of it, yet never took the time to read one. Turns out, it’s like sports radio or reading Mike Lupica in the NY Daily News. Speak what’s on your mind, no subject is really out of bounds, yet it must be germane to the FRA community, in our case. Read more
  • Last Panther Press of the Year

    This is the last issue of the Panther Press for the 2016-17 school year. We will be sending Special Edition issues throughout the summer. We hope you have a wonderful summer break!
  • Dance Program Expanding to Include All Three Divisions

    The FRA Fine and Performing Arts Department is excited to announce additional growth in its dance program as it expands into the lower school, threading through all divisions on campus. “We are so excited to have the opportunity to be able to expand into the lower school starting next school year. It is a natural progression, and we hope dance will be something our lower school students will enjoy and continue to do throughout their time in middle and upper school,” said Cindy Thornton, FRA’s art department chair. Read more
  • It' s Not Too Late - Give Today

    Our parents have broken the record for participation in the Annual Fund for the third year in a row with 93% participation! Thank you to all who have given. If you have not already, please help us reach our goal of 100% by June 30.
  • Panthers in TSSAA State Championship

    Four FRA Panthers will compete in the TSSAA “Spring Fling” in Murfreesboro today and tomorrow. Eighth grader Campbell Carroll will represent FRA in the girls high jump at 10:30 a.m. today at MTSU’s track and field facility. The girls tennis doubles team of Senior Alison McKinney and Junior Claire Luthy will take the court in the State Championship Thursday at 11 a.m. On Friday, Eric Stoxstill-Diggs will compete in the TSSAA Division II finals of the 110m high hurdles also at MTSU’s track and field stadium at 3 p.m. Congratulations and best of luck to all our competitors!
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