RETURN TO SCHOOL 2020
Student Attendance: Parents: Please click here for information regarding the attendance policies at FHS. There have been important changes due to our hybrid model of learning.
When leaving a message for attendance, please leave a detailed message as to WHY your student is absent. This will alleviate a follow up phone call. Thank you.
Tips for Safe Parking - Parking Video
District Return to School Website: https://www.fpsct.org/returntoschool
IMPORTANT SCHOOL TOPICS
As part of our ongoing commitment to prevention and wellness, the Health, PE and Wellness department have invited a prevention specialist from FCD (Freedom from Chemical Dependency) Prevention Works to join our community on December 7, 8, 14, and 15. A special thanks to Farmington FOCUS for sponsoring this program at FHS again this year. Please click here for more information about the FCD program.
2020-21 Marking Period Dates - Revised 10/7/2020
Due to the recent changes made to the 2020-21 school calendar, there is a need to revise the end of quarter dates. Please see the revised dates below.
Please click here for an important message from FHS English re Lexile Assessment
Jack Phelan Scholarship - Tiki Task Force Raffle - Please click here for more information!
Drive Through COVID Testing at Tunxis Community College - Flyer
Interested in being part of the FHS Girls Gymnastics Team for the 2020-2021 Winter sports season?! Contact Coach Erin, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The season is tentatively set to start on Monday, November 23, 2020.
Free Food Flyer - 2020-21
Why are School Meals Free Flyer
Parking Passes for Seniors: Applications for senior parking permits are available from Mrs. King in the main office.The yearly parking fee for the 2020-2021 school year is $75.This is a set fee for the year regardless of what may happen with COVID.Seniors who paid for a spring junior parking pass for the 4th quarter last year will be issued a $40 credit toward this year’s pass.
Stop & Shop - A+ Rewards Program
Coach Phelan gave so much to the FHS community and beyond! A scholarship has been started in his honor and any contribution is appreciated. Please see the article from the CT Patch for ways to donate (Link)
Check out the Student Council Website: Student Council website link
STUDENT COUNCIL RESULTS ARE IN!! Click here for results!
FHS SAVE THE DATES:
Junior Planning Night - Tuesday, December 1 at 6:30 pm - link to Zoom webinar
Wesleyan University - High School Scholars Program - Spring 2021
College Readiness - Flyer
2021-22 FAFSA checklist for seniors and families in preparation for FAFSA filing beginning October 1st.
FHS CAREER CENTER:
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program provides students with career exploration scores which can help determine their readiness for further education and training in different career areas. Knowing their academic strengths and weaknesses now gives them time to improve before they start a job, begin a college or vocational school, or enter the military. Additional information is available by going to https://www.asvabprogram.
Students interested in taking the ASVAB should contact Mrs. Fraley at email@example.com.
FOR SENIOR PARENTS
Dear Parent/Guardian of Class of 2021 Senior:
PROJECT GRADUATION 2021
GRADUATION 2021 INFORMATION
One School, One Community, One Us!
As a service to students and families FHS subscribes to CAMPUS WELL, an online health and wellness resource for all that is going on in the lives of teens. Please take a look! Articles are updated weekly and back editions are searchable by topic.
Music News - 9/18/20
Special Education PTO Virtual Meeting - December 10 @ 6:30 pm
2020-2021 School Calendar - approved 7/24/20
FHS Building Committee
Farmington High School Communication Committee Newsletter:
Building Committee Website:
OTHER FARMINGTON SCHOOLS/TOWN OF FARMINGTON/COMMUNITY NOTICES:
Hill-stead Museum's The Nutcracker Reimagined - Flyer
Announcement From the Farmington Library:
The Farmington Library is excited to announce that starting Monday, 9/21, we will begin offering study stations in our Teen Space! Teens in grades 7-12 who are studying remotely may book a study station
M, T, Th & F - 9:30am-2pm, and Wednesdays 2:30-7pm. These stations are over six feet apart, and include a large desk, and access to a laptop. We ask that students bring a pair of headphones, and light snacks as needed. Masks are required in the building except when eating. To book a study station, please call 860-673-6791, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please click here to read and sign the behavior agreement before your first visit.
Anna Downing, Teen Services Assistant, Farmington Libraries, 860-673-6791
The Friends of the Farmington Libraries is sponsoring a Lobby Book Sale, ongoing during regular library hours, at the main Farmington Library at 6 Monteith Drive. With the Book Nook closed due to virus concerns, the lobby offers a spacious viewing area. The sale features adult Diction as well as a variety of regularly changing genres (e.g., current political topics, history, biographies and memories, cookbooks and large print books). A large selection of puzzles is included. All sale items have been quarantined. Payment is on the honor system. The sale is a great opportunity to stock up for the winter days ahead!
Boys Scouts Drive Up Food Drive - Saturday, 11/14
Looking for Substitute School Nurses - Flyer
Farmington Continuing Education is currently offering ONLINE course offerings for youth. Visit www.fpsct.org/fce for course information, to register, as well as a list of online course offerings for adults!
Arts & Technology Saturday Program - 10/31-12/19
FARMINGTON PARK & REC