Community-based instruction is sustained and repeated instruction that takes place within the community rather than in the school building. It is often referred to as school without walls, and it is very different from a field trip. Community-based instruction is research-based practice which helps students with differing abilities transition to their work and adult lives. At the middle school level, the focus has been to develop student interests and ties within Ewing community. Open this headline for details.
This year was a rebuilding year for the Fisher Wrestling Team. The boys finished the season with a 4-6 record and placed in the top half of two tournaments. Nine individuals placed in their weight class during the Cinnaminson Tournament allowing the team to pick up 4th place. During the Mercer County Tournament, three wrestlers finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively to bring the team a 6th place finish. With 14 7th graders returning next year, it should be a strong and exciting season for the Fisher Wrestling Team.