The eight schools where programs will be implemented in the 2005-06 school year include Sylvanian Franciscan Academy (Sylvania), Fremont Middle School (Fremont), Springfield Local Elementary School (New Middletown), Fairlawn Elementary School (Akron), John Dewey Elementary School (Warrensville Heights), Faircrest Memorial Middle School (Canton), Piqua Catholic School (Piqua) and Linden-McKinley High School (Columbus).
What does FMMS stand for?
FMMS stands for Faircrest Memorial Middle School (Canton, OH)
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- Felix Makes Me Rich (Forex Expert Advisor for Metatrader)
- Fill-Machida-Murdoch-Rosenthal (mathematics)
- Force Management Manpower and Resources (US Army)
- Force Modernization Milestone Reporting
- Free Molecule Micro-Resistojet (astronautics)
- Functional Management Message Router (IBM)
- Force Modernization Milestone Reporting System
- Facilities Maintenance Management System
- Father Marquette Middle School (Marquette, MI)
- Feagin Mill Middle School (Warner Robins, GA)
- Feint Motion MotorSports (US sim-racing team)
- Fort Morgan Middle School (Fort Morgan, CO)
- Fred Moore Middle School
- Forest Manor Multi-Service Center (Indianapolis, IN)
- Fender Museum of Music and the Arts (Corona, CA)
- Fieldbus Memory Management Unit
- Financial Management Monitoring Unit (Malta)
- Forth Military Medical University (China)
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Kristen, an eighth-grader at Faircrest Memorial Middle School in Canton and a member of the Stark & Summit Counties 4-H in North Canton, maintains a vegetable garden in her backyard and donates the harvest to needy Native Americans in her area.
Kristen, an eighth-grader at Faircrest Memorial Middle School, maintains a vegetable garden in her backyard and donates the harvest to needy Native Americans in her area.