News & updates for the week of January 20, 2020
Beginning with this edition of the weekly e-newsletter, it will include combined middle and high school information. 
Reminder! No School for Students Monday, January 20 & Friday, January 24
Schedule for the week of January 20: 

Monday, 1/20: No School - MLK Day

Tuesday, 1/21: Will run like a Monday (A Day) 

Wednesday, 1/22: Normal Wednesday Schedule

Thursday, 1/23: Normal Thursday Schedule

Friday, 1/24: No School for Students
Important Dates
January 20th - MLK Day - NO SCHOOL Students and Staff
January 21st - Special Board Meeting 6:30 PM, Parkview BOE Conference Room 
January 23rd - APP -Advocates for progress and preparedness meeting - FHS Auditorium at   7:30PM
January 24th - Teacher Record Day - NO School for Students POLARIS is IN Session
January 27th - Parent University at FHS, more info below
January 31st - Middle School Winter Dance - MS Gym. 6:00-8:00PM
February 1st - Winter Formal - HS Gym. 7:00-10:00pm.  Doors open at 6:45PM
February 3rd - Senior Class Meeting with Josten's - FHS Auditorium 9:15AM
February 17th - Presidents Day - NO SCHOOL for students and staff
February 18th - Regular Board Meeting - Parkview Gym at 6:30 PM
February 20th - APP - Advocates for Progress and Preparedness Meeting - Fairview Public Library at 6:30PM
Cleveland Kids Book Bank Project
Middle School/High School PTA is offering a service project for parents and students at the Kids' Book Bank Cleveland. Click here for more information.
Personalized Learning Platform (PLP)
Wondering how to support your student in the Summit Learning Platform?  Click here   for a helpful article and check out the "check-in process" link.
Set SMART Goals

Set specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-based goals to clarify your ideas, focus your work and get things done.

Specific - Be clear about exactly what you want to happen
Measurable - Add numbers or a way to know for sure when you have
Attainable - Set a goal that is not obvious but is possible to reach
Relevant - Set goals that matter and are important to you
Time-Bound - Have a deadline for your goal
For example, you might have goals to:
    �� Finish a book you're reading
    �� Win a competition
    �� Improve a friendship
    �� Acquire a skill like playing a musical instrument or speaking a new language
    �� Complete a creative project
    �� Improve your grades
Parent University: Tips and Tools for Academic Success
On Monday, January 27, parents and students are invited to sign up for an evening session to learn more about the following (but not limited to) skills and processes in middle/high school:
  • Goal Setting
  • Mastery Learning
  • Note Taking
  • Time Management
  • Grading Procedures
Teachers will be available for small group and/or individual for parents. The meetings will take place in either room 141 or 143 at the high school. 

Screening of "CyberWork and the American Dream" to be presented on January 23
Advocates for Preparedness and Progress parent group to host special viewing in the FHS Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. 
This documentary looks at the impact of robotics and artificial intelligence on the future of work. Since the Industrial Revolution, new technology has increased wealth, freedom and life expectancy. But it has also destroyed outdated businesses and automated jobs. How can the U.S. best prepare for the challenges of this new technological disruption?
Super Bowl Squares for PTA Council
Once again Fairview Park PTA Council is selling Super Bowl Squares to help support our PTA and community events and annual scholarships for seniors. Click here  for more information and the opportunity to win!
FHS Student News
Staff Highlights

Julie Kim, HS Science Teacher
  1. Where did you grow up? Brook Park, Ohio
  2. What college did you attend? Kent State University
  3. What other roles have you had before your current position?  Senior chemist at Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University 
  4. Children / pets? 3 children / 2 dogs
  5. What do you like to do when you're not working? Spending time with my family
  6. Favorite food? Chocolate

Heather Delis, Polaris Teacher - Pre-Engineering 
  1. Where did you grow up I grew up in Brook Park, Ohio and graduated from Midpark High School.
  2. What college did you attend?  I attended Bowling Green State University for my bachelor's degree in 7-12 math education and Cleveland State University for my master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction. 
  3. What other roles have you had before your current position?  I taught math at Midpark High School in the Berea City School District for 6 years, then taught engineering in Berea Schools for 3 years before coming to Fairview in 2017. 
  4. Children / pets? I have two kids - Jack is 3.5 years and Julia is 11 months.
  5. What do you like to do when you're not working? When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family.  
  6. Favorite song/artist? We listen to a lot of John Mayer and Jack Johnson in my house. 
  7. Favorite food? Tacos and pizza.
  8. What makes you passionate about your work? Watching students get excited about learning.

Sarah Mooney, MS Intervention Specialist
  1. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Lakewood, Ohio.
  2. What College did you attend? I began my college career at The University of Akron but later transferred to Cleveland State University where I obtained my degree. 
  3. What other roles have you had before your current position? Before teaching I worked as a waitress at Pier W in Lakewood. I started working there in high school as a busser, and continued as a server throughout college. 
  4. Do you have any children and/or pets? I have two dogs, Cain and Roo. 
  5. What do you like to do when you are not working? When I'm not working, I enjoy hanging out with my friends and hiking in the valley with my dogs. 
  6. Favorite Song/Artist? One of my favorite musical artists is Frank Ocean.
  7. Favorite Food?  My favorite food is my dad's homemade eggplant parmesan.
  8. What Makes you passionate about your work? Im passionate about my work because I know each day I walk in the building I get the chance to help a student, whether it be academically or personally, and in turn I continue to learn and grow.
High School Announcements
Attention Senior Students
We will hold a Senior Class Meeting on Monday, February 3rd in the Auditorium at 9:15AM.  Please plan to attend this meeting! Josten's will be here to pass out packets with information regarding Cap and Gown Ordering, Commencement Announcements, etc.  Counselors will also be in attendance to speak to you about graduation requirements and answer any questions you may have. 

Future meetings include:
February 7th - Cap and Gown Orders from 12:30-3:15 in room 138.
February 21st - Cap and Gown Orders from 12:30-3:15 in room 138
Please note that the cost of Cap and Gown will double for any orders placed after February 28th.
Middle School Announcements
Warrior of the Week

6th grade - Amaya M.
Amaya M. is a good role model in every respect.  She is organized, helpful towards others, polite, hard working....the list could go on.  She has been consistent since day one and sets an example for how to be successful. Keep up the good work Amaya!

7th grade - Patrick C.
The 7th grade team nominates Patrick C. to be Warrior of the Week. Patrick is well liked by all students in the class. He is willing to help any student who has a problem that they don't understand.  Patrick participates in class and works really well with others. He's courteous and always has a positive attitude! In math class, Patrick has done well catching up to his blue line and keeping up on his checkpoints. Patrick came prepared to take assessments and passed 3 in 1 day. His motivation and work ethic is inspiring for a 7th grader. He uses his time wisely since he is a student athlete.

8th grade - Brooklyn R.
Brooklyn R.  is a bright shining star among her peers.  She is an avid participant in class and is more than willing to help when someone is struggling.  She appreciates the teachers and always comes prepared to work.  
Volunteer/Fundraising Opportunities 
PTA - Volunteer
Basketball season is almost here and HS/MS PTA and the Junior Class are teaming up to run the concession stand for the Boy's Basketball home games. Volunteers are needed so please consider signing up by clicking here.
The Class of 2021 has added some new items to their merchandise table:  
~Grey Holloway joggers - $30.00.  They have a pocket at the back and at the side. Fairview    Warriors is embroidered on the top of the leg.  
~Fairview Warriors car magnet.  It is 7X2 inches and is $5.00.
~A stylish jute/burlap tote bag for $10.00. This bag is 16inX14inX7
~NEW Warrior Beanie Hats for $18.00

For more info/to order: contact Mary Moore 
Fundraising - Friends of FPCS
We will be selling foam fingers during the basketball season. We need volunteers to make this fundraiser a success. Please consider signing up for a shift or two here .
Class of 2020 After Prom
General announcements for both buildings
Visiting the Building
All visitors need to enter the building through the main high school entrance on West 213. As of January 13, 2020, all middle and high school students must also enter through the high school entrance (north parking lot doors or main office doors).

Early Dismissal/Late Drop-off

If you need to pick your student up early or bring them in late, please enter through the main high school entrance on West 213. Please call Mrs. Lockwood, the attendance secretary, at 440-356-3510 x 4104, to report an early dismissal / late drop-off. 
Parking Lot Safety
There are a lot of cars, bicycles, and people in the parking lot before and after school. Please be aware and follow the pick-up/drop-off procedures. Bike-riders and pedestrians, please be aware of the traffic and be sure drivers see you!
Rewards Programs
Fairview High School is registered with both Giant Eagle's Apples for Students program and Heinen's Teaming Up for Education . When signing up for Giant Eagle's program, the code for Fairview High School is 6074.  When signing up for Heinen's program, be sure to select Fairview High School from a list of participating schools.
Box Tops
You no longer HAVE to cut Box Tops (although you still can). Get the app and choose Lewis F. Mayer Middle School. Within 14 days of purchase, scan your receipt and the items with Box Tops will be credited to MMS!
Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
Hello Fairview Park Families!

Last week I touched on two articles that discussed some mental health topics. I wanted to remind everyone of the FACE Resource page of the web site. I have tons of resources for families! I wanted to showcase the ones below this week as a follow up to last week's newsletter.

Lastly, the end of second quarter is Friday, January 24th.  How is your child doing now that we are halfway through this school year?  Do you still have some questions about the platform and want to know all the ins and outs? Sign up for an individual appointment with one of our teachers below.  Bring your child's laptop and your child if you want.

Another great learning tool for you! Sign up!

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

Student Counseling 

Ms. Jennifer Parente
High School Student Counselor (9-12 A-K)
440-356-3500 ext. 4103

Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Ms. Parente

Mrs. Nora Walsh
High School Student Counselor (9-12 L-Z)
440-356-3500 ext. 4102

 Digital Request Form for students wanting to see Mrs. Walsh

Mrs. Mary Cory
Middle School Student Counselor
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!


Mr. Joe Dianetti
Athletic Director
440-356-3500 ext. 4157

Save the Date: Winter Sports Banquet will be held on March 16th, 2020 More information can be found here.

Mr. Chris Vicha
Campus Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4100

Mr. Chris Honeck
Associate Principal
440-356-3500 ext. 4101
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