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Time is running out!!!

May 12, 2017

The end of the school year is coming up quickly, as is your chance to order your 2016-17 FHS yearbook!  The staff is working hard to create a keepsake to help you remember all the great times this year at FHS.  Books can be ordered . . . read more

Hour of Code at FHS

December 5, 2016

Students from FHS participated in an Hour of Code on Monday afternoon.  During a study hall, business teacher Diane Goudy encouraged students to try one of the many activities at the Hour of Code website .  Hour of Code began as a . . . read more

Yearbooks Are Here!

October 18, 2016

The 2015-16 FHS yearbooks have finally arrived!  They can be picked up in the high school library during normal school hours.  Don't forget to order one for the 2016-17 year at  http://www.jostens.com ! read more

FHS Student Art On Display

By Kraemer, David | September 23, 2016

FHS student artwork is currently on display at the Medical Arts Clinic in Fairfield.  The work will be on display through the end of November and was created by the following art students: Julia Fritz, Phoenix Haessler, Phoenix Hunt, . . . read more

Sociology Class Learns About Helping Others

September 23, 2016

Students in Mr. Dorman's Sociology class recently had Dr. Noll as a guest speaker, talking about the 40 Developmental Assets.  Students talked about how to help others acquire assets to become more well-rounded students and . . . read more

Cy-Hawk Rivalry at FHS

September 9, 2016

FHS students and staff dressed in their preferred school colors to show their spirit for the Cy-Hawk Classic to be held on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016.  At the end of the day on Thursday, Sept 8, they gathered in the gym for a picture. . . . read more

Students Break In to Government

By Miklo, Tyler | September 9, 2016

Students in Mr. Miklo's American Government class spent Tuesday working to "break-in" to a locked box that contained the keys to the unit they are going to be studying. Students were given clues scattered throughout the Mr. . . . read more

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