Week of February 25, 2019
Red Cross Blood Drive
Donate blood, safe a life! FHS also receives scholarships from the Red Cross for blood drive participation. Sign up now! 
Say Something Week
As part of our drive to bring Say Something Week To Fairview High school and Lewis F. Mayer Middle School, there will be a number of activities for students to engage with throughout this week as follows:
Mentor Monday: slides are going to be looked over by each mentor during the mentoring period
Trusted Teacher Tuesday: Write down a trusted teacher you would be willing to talk to, and we will deliver them to those teachers
Warrior Wall Wednesday: Write your name to pledge that you will SAY SOMETHING on the chalkboard next to Mr. Bruening's classroom  
Say Hey Thursday: Say a genuine hello to 5 NEW people
Fairview Family Friday: Fairview Family (Spirit Day) wear Fairview gear

What a Weekend for Warrior Athletics 
On Friday, the boys Varsity Basketball Team set the record for regular season wins, tied the record for total wins, and clinched SOLE POSSESSION of the 2019 PAC Championship. Congratulations! 

Senior Olivia Z. will represent Fairview at the State Gymnastics Meet in Columbus next Saturday. She qualified with her score in the Floor event at Saturday's district meet. 

Be sure to follow FPWarriorSports on Twitter for updates on all athletic programs. 

A Note from the Office
Spring Musical - Tickets Now Available!
Safety Town Volunteers Needed
Click here for more information about volunteering at this summer's Safety Town program for incoming Kindergarteners. 
FHS Student News
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FHS Student News: September 14th 2018

Warrior Pride
My Drama class performed their first monologues and did a great job!
There are a few Parent Universities coming up! Please check the FACE website or many are being communicated through social media. I hope you check them out!
On March 4th, we have Randy Kimbro coming. He is a spokesman for the FBI task force to educate us on:
*How social media posts effect future jobs.
*Inappropriate searches and their effects.
*Apps to avoid.
*How the bad guys use seemingly innocuous things that we post against us.
This event would be good for you and your child (about 10 year and older) to come and learn together the dangers on the internet. Please check the following resources for more information:
** Wait until 8th (we are doing this campaign at GS):
**Author from Cleveland, OH, Jesse Weinberger
**article on kids safety online
VERY Important TOPIC.....I hope you and your child will come on Monday, March 4th at 6:30pm to Giles Sweet. 
There will be a raffle for some prizes!

Important Upcoming Dates 
02.23.19 -Cost of Cap & Gown Doubles

03.01.19-Student Council Blood Drive-HS Gym-8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

03.18-22.19-FHS Drill Team Clinics & Try-Outs

03.21.19-PTA Career Night

03.22.19-End of 3rd Quarter

03.25.19-Begin 4th Quarter

03.26.19 - Innovation Showcase

04.04-06.19-Synchronette Show-Gemini Pool-7:30 p.m.

04.05.19-Senior Panorama Picture-HS Gym-9:30 a.m.

04.12.19-Warrior Relays

04.12-14-19-Spring Play-Bye Bye Birdie-HS Auditorium

04.17.19-RED DAY

04.19-22.19-Spring Break

04.23.19-Return From Spring Break

04.26.19-Jostens Delivers Com. Announcements, etc.-HS Cafeteria 12:30 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
Reliable Resources
By Gayle Dill, M.S.Ed., Certified Media Specialist
Librarian Gr. 6-12

History/Biography Databases - Just the Facts
  • Biography Reference Bank - articles on half a million people from antiquity through today
  • World Book - online encyclopedia articles in Advanced (HS) and Student (MS) versions including primary sources, videos, photos and suggested websites
  • World Book Timelines - view timelines created for countries and world history or create and share your own
  • U.S. History in Context and World History in Context - both contain articles on significant people, events and topics through full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites 
To Access:
            Go to the District webpage > click on Students > click on Core Tools > Click on FHS/MMS Library > hover over Research > click on Online Databases
You will find buttons to INFOhio, Gale and Passwords
Need help?   Email Mrs. Dill at gdill@fairview.k12.oh.us or stop by the library
Securly DOES NOT block the database information.

Naviance How-to Videos
Ms. Parente compiled several helpful videos for student on navigating Naviance. Click here to watch the videos. 
We update the scholarships page often. Be sure to check back regularly. 
Student Job Opportunities
There is now a section of the web site for Student Job Opportunities
College Visits
Click here to view the current list of colleges visiting FHS. Students must get a pass from Mrs. Merrill in the counseling office to attend. 
Useful Links and Information