Week of February 1, 2021
Warriors of the Month
Parker K. ~ Mayer Middle School
Parker K. is a 6th Grade student at Mayer Middle School. Parker is an outstanding student who exemplifies many characteristics of a Fairview Warrior. Whether he is in class or remote, he brings his A game. He participates by furthering class discussions and always turns in his best quality work. Parker has grit and never gives up even when a task or assignment is difficult. Instead, he perseveres and asks for help when needed. Not only does his school work reflect that of a great Fairview Warrior, but his personality does too. He often helps his peers and even his teachers without hesitation. You can always count on Parker to bring his sense of humor to class, which his teachers and classmates look forward to (especially in these times). We are so proud of you, Parker! Keep up the awesome work!! 

Also Nominated:
Bryce R. ~ 6th Grade
Grace B. ~ 8th Grade

Molly A. ~ Fairview High School
Molly A. is a 9th Grade student at Fairview High School. Molly is diligent, active in class, and passionate about her own learning. Molly is a peer model, leading classroom discussions and facilitating small groups. She is an absolute pleasure to have in class! Keep up the great work, Molly!!

Also Nominated:
Max P. ~ 9th Grade
Girls Who Code Virtual Summer Immersion Program

Girls Who Code currently is accepting applications for its Virtual Summer Immersion Program (SIP). During this FREE, two-week virtual program, participants will learn the computer science skills needed to make an impact, get an inside look in the tech field and join a supportive lifelong sisterhood — all while being virtually hosted by influential companies, such as Twitter, AT&T, Bank of America, Walmart and more.
Girls and non-binary students in grades 9-11 are eligible to apply. SIP is 100% free and need-based stipends of up to $300 are available for those who qualify. Low tech? No tech? No problem! Girls Who Code can help.
Apply here before the early acceptance deadline in mid-February and remember to mark the Ohio Department of Education as the Community Partner on the application to receive priority consideration.
Join the Girls Who Code Application Party. Sign up to attend the SIP Application Party on Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. EST. Join a Girls Who Code staff member and other students to begin the application and get answers to questions.
All Junior Students will be taking the ACT on March 9th at Fairview High School. Stay tuned for more info!
Project Lead the Way Virtual Open House

Parents and students, do not miss the chance to learn more about an exciting and challenging national program offered here in our home district. Through a partnership with Polaris Career Center, high school students have the opportunity to learn real-world skills and advanced academic content in Biomedical Science and Engineering. Students participating in these programs have the option to earn honors credit for the courses and college credit, too. More information will be presented via Zoom at 7PM on February 9th. If you are interested, please complete this short survey in order to receive the secure link.
Summit Learning
Habits of Success are the social and emotional skills that enable students to be successful at both academic and non-academic pursuits. These include the skills to become a self-directed learner.

Summit Learning uses a Self-Directed Learning Cycle in its curriculum to help students prepare for life before and after graduation. This process promotes student development and autonomy in learning. With classrooms designed to promote self-direction, students learn and deliberately practice how to learn.
In the Self-Directed Learning Cycle, teachers work with students to:
  • reflect on what they've learned
  • set goals for what they want to learn
  • plan for how they will reach their goals
  • learn new facts, skills, or ideas
  • show or demonstrate their learning, then reflect

By practicing and developing self-direction, students build skills and habits they can apply in life well beyond graduation. This gives students a sense of empowerment that keeps them motivated and engaged. Eventually — with support — students internalize the Self-Directed Learning Cycle, giving them a foundation for success.
Attention Student Drivers
To all student drivers: If you don’t have an assigned parking space, DO NOT just park in any numbered space. Numbered parking spaces are for those who have already applied for a spot. We have been notified by various students and teachers that unauthorized students have been parking in their spaces. If you want an assigned parking space, please see Mrs. Bennhoff in the high school main office. There is no charge for parking spaces.
Creating a PowerSchool Account
When you create a parent account in powerschool you gain access to your child(ren) grades, attendance, fee balances and so much more. You can also access Returning Student Registration (InfoSnap) through powerschool. Completing your child(ren) emergency contact information is vital to us here at the school in case of an emergency. Click here for a quick guide on how to create a parent account. As always - if you have any questions, reach out to your school office.
Mindful Mondays

Life is hard. Mindfulness can help.
Mindfulness refers to a set of practices, certain habits of mind - as well as a general way of being in life.
Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally. It’s about knowing what is on your mind.
Another way to say it - mindfulness is paying attention to your life here and now with kindness and curiosity.

When + How?
Mindfulness can be done during sitting meditation, movement activities such as running, walking or yoga and even while eating, doing school work or during other typical daily moments.
Beginning on December 7th, join Mrs. Cory each Monday morning at 8:15 am to learn how to use mindfulness as a way to help with the challenges present in your daily life. Meet details below!
Mindfulness practices in schools have been shown to improve students’ emotional well-being, academic performance and relationships.
Email Mrs. Cory with questions or for more information!
Class code: sn5rcqi

From Ohio Department of Health
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. If you or a loved one are experiencing anxiety related to the coronavirus pandemic, help is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call the COVID-19 CareLine at 1-800-720-9616.
Upcoming Important Dates
February 2nd - Special Board of Education Meeting (Virtual) 6:30pm
February 9th - Virtual HS/MS PTA Meeting
February 15th - President’s Day - No school for students or staff
February 16th - Regular Board of Education Meeting (Virtual) 6:30pm
February 24th - PTA Council Meeting 7:00pm
April 2nd-9th - Spring Break - No school for students or staff
May 31st - Memorial Day - No school for students or staff
June 10th - Student’s Last Day of School
Attendance during Hybrid

While we are in Hybrid Learning:

On your Child(ren)'s remote days: If your child will not be able to log into their virtual classroom due to an appointment or not feeling well, please email Ms. Lockwood at jlockwood@fairview.k12.oh.us or call at 440-356-3500 ext. 4104.

On your Child(ren)'s in-person days: If your child will not be able to come into the building for in-person learning you will need to call them off of school for the day. Your child can still log into their classes to get their assignments, however they will be counted absent physically from the building, so you will need to let Ms. Lockwood know .

In addition - please remind your child(ren) that they must sign in to their virtual classes every period so that attendance can be taken. Failure to do so will result in being marked absent for that class period.
FHS/MMS School Fees
School fees for the 2020-2021 School Year have been applied to your student(s) PowerSchool Account. If you have any questions regarding this or need to make payment arrangements please contact Mrs. Tieri at atieri@fairview.k12.oh.us.
Attention Seniors and Parents!
Graduation will be here before we know it! Please note that in order for your student to receive their Cap and Gown, Diploma, and participate in Graduation Ceremonies (however they may be) all school fees must be paid before Graduation. Please contact Mrs. Tieri with any questions or concerns!
atieri@fairview.k12.oh.us or 440-356-3500 x 3101

In Addition - if you have not received and completed your Diploma information sheet sent out via email from the Principal's Office, please do so ASAP. The email sent to Senior Families included a google form asking for the required information. If you need access to this google form please reach out to Mrs. Bennhoff at sbennhoff@fairview.k12.oh.us or 440-356-3500 x 4106.
Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
Hello Fairview Park Families!

One of the topics covered on the 1/29 Professional Development Day with the staff of FPCS is Youth Suicide. 
The goals of the presentation are to learn:

*To identify the signs and risk factors for youth suicide
*Steps to take if you're concerned that someone is at risk of suicide
*How to seek help if you think a student is at risk of suicide
We know that this is never a fun topic, but it is an important topic. Parents - do you know the signs to look for if your child may be at risk of suicide? Here are two articles that will you identify signs:

Ohio Crisis Text Line: Text the keyword “4hope” to 741 741 to be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor within five minutes.

Ohio CareLine: 1-800-720-9619 — The Ohio CareLine is a toll-free emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and administered in community settings. Behavioral health professionals staff the CareLine 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They offer confidential support in times of personal or family crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with challenges in their lives. When callers need additional services, staff will provide assistance and connect callers to local providers.

The Trevor Project Get Help Now: The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth. Those needing help can contact the TrevorLifeline at 1-866-488-7386; chat online through the website; or text Start to 678-678.

Where to go?
*Talk to your child's teachers and counselor
*Want to get your child into counseling? Talk to your child's counselor about counseling services that we have at school or check out this list of area counseling organizations - Local Mental Health Providers
Please reach out to me or the counselors if you have any concerns or want more information!

Stay well,

Ms. Carrie Sullivan
FACE Coordinator
440-356-3510 ext. 4117

School Counseling
Ms. Jennifer Parente
High School Student Counselor (10-12th grade)
440-356-3500 ext. 4103

Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Ms. Parente
Mrs. Mary Cory
Middle School Student Counselor (6-9th grade)
440-356-3510 ext. 3135

Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Mrs. Cory

Follow the counseling office on Twitter: @FviewCounselors
Click HERE to sign up for our Counseling Newsletter!

Read the latest edition of the Counselor Advantage
Mr. Joe Dianetti
Athletic Director
440-356-3500 ext. 4157

For all updates in regards to athletics, please refer to the district athletic page here and follow us on social media @FPWarriorSports
Mr. Chris Vicha
Campus Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4100
Mr. Chris Honeck
Associate Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4101
Tech Support (support@fairview.k12.oh.us)

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