• Dine Out for Dollars

    Dine Out for Dollars will be at Archer's BBQ on Broadway on Friday, January 24th, from 3-8p. FCE receives 25% of each sale if FCE is mentioned.

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  • Yearbook Sales

    2019-20 FCE Yearbooks are $20 each and can be ordered online only, at ybpay.lifetouch.com. The Yearbook ID Code is 10026120. Cash or checks will not be accepted at school, and orders are due by Monday, March 16. Click 'Yearbook Sales' title for link.

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  • Taking Photos

    This is a friendly reminder regarding photos/videos taken at school. If you are at school for an event, it is absolutely acceptable to take photos/videos of your child at events for your family’s enjoyment. However, if you have taken photos/videos of your child that happen to also have other students in them, it is not acceptable to post those photos/videos to social media sites [for example: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, etc.]. Please know that this is in order to protect the safety and security of our students. Thank you so much for your understanding and cooperation!

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  • January 2020 Family Newsletter

    Click 'January 2020 Family Newsletter' for the monthly family newsletter, The Fountain Pen.

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  • 339 Students

    Our students excel inside and outside the classroom, and Fountain City Elementary School is committed to providing them with the instruction, resources and support they need to achieve their goals. Investing in students not only helps them as individuals but also ensures a vibrant future for all of Knox County.

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  • 50 Staff

    Teachers, principals and support staff are the driving force behind our educational mission. Fountain City Elementary School is committed to fostering a workplace culture that values employee contributions, equips employees to meet their professional goals and supports employees in the work of teaching and learning.

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  • Our mission is to be an exemplary school with the purpose of preparing students, educators, parents, and the community for the future. By fostering a climate of respect, cooperation, and shared expectations, all will be encouraged to develop to their full potential, while utilizing problem-solving strategies, modern technology, and value-based decisions.

  • Knox County Schools is committed to increasing academic achievement, eliminating disparities, and creating a positive culture.

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