Week of March 25, 2019
Juniors Explore Careers 
Accompanied by class advisors Mrs. Prior and Mrs. Atwood, a group of junior students explored careers at the  National College Fair at the Huntington Convention Center on Saturday. 
Senior Calendar
The senior calendar is full of important dates for the Class of 2019. Be sure to check it out. 
Class of 2022 T-Shirt Fundraiser
The Class of 2022 has partnered with GV Art to create these awesome t-shirts featuring Fairview Park landmarks and the Fairview Schools Shield. Men's, Women's and Children's sizes available! 20% of proceeds will go back to the Freshman class! Download Order Form
Spring Testing Schedule
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
FHS Student News: September 14th 2018

Warrior Pride
Students are presenting their Mental Illness power points in Health this week.
The students set up the 75 Gallon Tank in the office last Friday on their day off. Mr. Vicha supplied some starter tetras for the tank while the rest of the fish will be coming soon from Aquatica in Valley City. We still have to wait in order to make sure the water chemicals are functioning properly. The students in the Freshwater Aquarium Group will have a care schedule once all the fish are in the tank. Thanks to Mr. Kaminski for our back picture of the tank, Mr. Vicha for the purchase of our Tank and Stand system, Tom for his expertise in leveling our tank and setting up our electrical and water supply to fill the tank along with Aquatica Fish Store in Valley City for the donations of stone, filtration system, heater, decorations, and eventually the rest of our fish. Below is the group of kids that donated their day off to set up the tank.
Ohio Award Winning Books Added to FHS/MMS Library Thanks to a Library Services and Technology grant through the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the State Library of Ohio : 81 Ohio award winning books have been added to the library. Included in the collection are seven audiobooks and accompanying print titles for students who like to listen while they follow along.
Young Women's Summer Institute (YWSI) 
Ohio Supercomputer Center 
Each summer, the Ohio Supercomputer Center has a role in shaping Ohio's future STEM leaders through its summer programs. We are currently accepting applications from high school students and middle school girls for our two summer STEM programs, held at the Ohio Technology Consortium, on Ohio State's west campus.
Summer Institute (SI) is OSC's unique and intense two-week residential summer program for high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year. Participants experience the dynamic world of high performance computing as they work alongside peers and experts in the field to research complex, real-world science and engineering challenges using computational science.
Young Women's Summer Institute (YWSI) is a weeklong program for Ohio's middle school girls to gain valuable computer, math, science and engineering skills through hands-on, collaborative projects. YWSI girls develop a deeper interest in STEM as the use the latest computer technology to solve complex, real-world science and engineering challenges with a team of peers.
Applications are due April 5. Please share with your science departments and any students you feel may have an interest. For more information, go to https://www.osc.edu/education/ywsi
Questions? Please contact si-contact@osc.edu  
The Cuyahoga County Department of Child and Family Services thanks FHS staff and students for our amazing donation of over 50 comfort cases for foster kids!
The 9th grade biology classes had many quality individual student presentations with many students overcoming their own fears of presenting and doing wonderful jobs! Mia B. could not find enough quality resources on the evolution of hamsters in English but she did find it in Mandarin Chinese. So being the go getter and tech whiz that she is, she ran it through Google Translate and got some very good information to help her with a very good project!
Important Upcoming Dates 
03.25-29.19-Polaris Spring Break

03.25.19-Begin 4th Quarter

03.26.19 - Innovation Showcase, 5-7 p.m. at Gilles-Sweet

Finding Your Balance Day - Special Activities for HS/MS students 

Special Guest Speaker Jessie Funk, 6:30 p.m., Gilles-Sweet

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

04.18-22.19-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.
Alumni Association Family Portrait Day
alumni photo day
Student Leaders Plan "Find Your Balance" Workshops at the Middle and High Schools
High school students are planning a day of special activities with the theme "Find Your Balance: How to Cope Workshops" on Monday, April 1 for their fellow students in grades 6-12. Nine Juniors in the Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio's First Ring Student Leadership Academy are coordinating the event as a part of their project on mental health, specifically learning to deal with daily stressors such as school, activities, sports, family, friends, and relationships.

Students will have the opportunity to participate in four 25-minute sessions throughout the day. Topics include mindfulness and meditation, outdoor walking, art and drawing to relax, journaling, therapy dogs, board games, healthy eating, yoga, journaling, and more.
Teachers and staff will lead the sessions.

A special presentation from Jessie Funk, a nationally-recognized motivational speaker, author, and musical artist will present to the students during the day. Then that evening, she will headline an event at Gilles-Sweet Elementary at 6:30 p.m. This event is geared towards both parents and students.

About Jessie Funk
Jessie Funk holds a leadership certification from the University of Notre Dame, is a certified life-coach, holds a B.S. Degree in Psychology, as well as a M.A. in Theater- emphasizing in how to use the arts as a healing modality for teenagers. Jessie is a former leadership facilitator for Franklin Covey and has also been a professional youth speaker for fifteen years, speaking for high schools and leadership conferences all over the country.
She is a 6-time published author and her passion to help teens led her to start an international non-profit organization called "Ivy Girl Academy," a confidence and leadership training program for teen ladies.

As a professional vocalist she has released five solo albums, has toured 36 states with the Broadway musical "Footloose," has also been hired for hundreds of recording sessions as a studio vocalist including songs heard on TV's "America's Got Talent," ESPN and "The Biggest Loser." Jessie has walked away from three record deals unwilling to sell her soul for fame. She chooses to use her voice to lift and inspire in positive ways.
She also just began a life-long dream of pursuing a doctorate degree. She is earning her license as a clinical social worker and focusing on therapeutic leadership training practices for her dissertation. Jessie's favorite role in life is that of adored wife and mother to two.

Don't miss Jessie's special event on: 

Monday, April 1 
6:30 p.m. 
Gilles-Sweet Elementary

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. 
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