Week of March 18, 2019
Student Shout-Out
Polaris Senior Samantha H. placed 1st in presentation management at the state Business Professionals of America competition and is a national qualifier. That competition is in May in Anaheim, California. Congratulations, Samantha! 
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
Fiona R., Mikayla W., Caitlyn S. and Juliet W. are to be commended for rescuing an injured barred owl in our parking lot and taking it to the Lake Erie Raptor center in Bay so that it could be treated and eventually released back to the wild. Marlin Perkins from Wild Kingdom would be proud!
Important Upcoming Dates 
03.18-22.19 -FHS Drill Team Clinics & Try-Outs

03.21.19-PTA Career Night

03.22.19-End of 3rd Quarter

03.25-29.19-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 

Parent University with 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
Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
All school year we have been focusing on many topics, but especially mental health. 

As a district we:
* watched the documentary film, Angst;
* had speakers come and talk about anxiety and depression;
* had a group of juniors teach a lesson with every middle school and high school mentoring group on activities you can do when you are feeling stressed.

The next upcoming event is on April 1. Please mark your calendar for what promises to be a very exciting day. 

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 guest presentation from Jessie Funk, a nationally-recognized motivational speaker, author, and musical artist will also be part of the day. 

Then that evening, she will headline a Parent University event at Gilles-Sweet Elementary at 6:30 p.m. This event is geared towards both parents and students.

Jesse shares dynamic music, entertaining and visually stories, and real-world tools to help kids build confidence, set boundaries to have healthy relationships, and learn the power of forgiveness. The presentation is designed to build resilience and mental toughness. Educators and parents can expect their students to leave the presentation with motivation to become leaders of their lives.

If you have any questions about this April 1st or would like any resources on mental health, please let me know. 

Carrie Sullivan
FACE Coordinator 

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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