As many schools along with Fresno Christian close to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, schools begin to use online technology to continue learning outside of the classroom, March 16.
As COVID-19 continues to spread all over the world, countries have started taking precautions to isolate the virus, March 20.
From its discovery, Jan. 7, to the first U.S. death, Feb. 29, the coronavirus’ spread across the globe continues its impact on the local and national scale. This week, Fresno Christian, like many other schools in the San Joaquin Valley and California, transitioned their education system to an alternative learning model, March 20.
In response to California Governor Gain Newsom's California school closures and subsequent announcement by FCS Superintendent Jeremy Brown to a campus transition to alternative learning model due to COVID-19, the upcoming choir trip to Nashville, TN, to participate in the WorldStrides Festival of Gold is canceled, March 16.
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, Fresno Christian Schools will be transitioning to an alternative learning model to ensure the health and safety of our students, staff, and community.
Flu season continues as the Coronavirus spreads to more than 99 countries, March 10. Flu season has been at its high during the beginning of fall through the end of spring. Over 56,000 people die from the flu every year with 12,000 people dead from Oct. 1, 2019 to Feb. 1, 2020 only in the US.
In an effort to simplify an athletic update for all of Fresno Christian Schools sporting events, The Feather is reposting the administration's announcement that was sent to FCS parents, March 13, 12:03 p.m.
Hundreds of guests, families and friends gather in the FC gym for the 37th annual Fresno Christian Auction, March 14. This fundraising event features a silent auction, live auction, dinner and live entertainment, all revolving around the year’s theme, 'deeply rooted'. This theme shines a spotlight on FC's mission statement: to equip young people for life and service for Jesus Christ. Campus superintendent Jeremy Brown believes this theme shows what the school community strives to accomplish.
Through rain, hail or shine, the annual Kids Day event across the Central Valley has prevailed for the past 33 years, incorporating thousands of volunteers and raising over $600,000 in 2019 for Valley Children’s Hospital. Despite the growth of community support, the recent global outbreak of COVID-19 presents an obstacle which has caused the cancellation of Kids Day and thrown millions into a panic: coronavirus. Kids Day 2020 was planned for March 10, however, as the event revolves around students and community members exchanging money and newspapers, spokeswoman for Valley Children’s Healthcare Zara Arboleda announced the cancellation of the event to avoid potential spread of the virus.