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FHS HOMECOMING - POUND THE HOUNDS
Fairfield Community School District’s Homecoming Week begins on Monday, Oct. 3rd with a Pep Assembly at 1pm in the HS gym to introduce the Homecoming King and Queen Candidates. The FHS Student Council has announced the Homecoming Theme to be “POUND THE HOUNDS”.
The Student Council has also announced the dress up days. Monday is “Pajama Day”, Tuesday is “Tacky Tourist Day”, Wednesday is “Mismatch Day”, Thursday is “Dynamic Duo Day”, and Friday is “Orange & Black Spirit Day.” This year we would like to challenge the businesses in town: Dress up for Homecoming week. See the flyer below for information.
We will continue the new tradition of the Powderpuff Men’s Volleyball game. This will be held Tuesday afternoon during school hours. On Oct. 6th, the annual Thursday Night Rally will take place at the FHS stadium beginning at 6:30 p.m. During the Thursday Night Rally we will have the Powderpuff Football games with each grade. Other events occurring at the Rally will be a cheerleader performance, the crowning of the King and Queen at approximately 8:00 p.m., the torch run, a pep talk from Coach Steve Miller, and a bonfire.
On Friday, Oct. 7th, we will have the Homecoming Parade. Keeping the spirit of ONE FAIRFIELD, we are going to include the other schools. The parade will start at the high school, turn south onto B street (go past Washington Elementary), turn west onto Fillmore (go past the Middle School), turn north onto 6th street (go past Pence Elementary) and then the parade will weave its way back to the square. Back at the square at about 2:30 p.m, the band and cheerleaders will perform, the candy, baby picture, and float contest winners will be announced, and a pep talk from Mr. Edgeton will occur.
On Friday evening, there WILL NOT be a 9th grade game due to Ft. Madison having low numbers. The Varsity Football team will be playing against conference team, the Ft. Madison Bloodhounds. The Varsity Football game is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. (Note the time change). The homecoming festivities will conclude with a dance in the HS on Friday night from 9:00pm until midnight with Purple Star Entertainment at the D.J. GO TROJANS!!
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 citizens. The class members are producing a newsletter that discusses these assets, and will be sharing that newsletter with the entire district.
Coaches Tyler Miklo and Mick Flattery Directors and a host of volunteers will be holding a series of practices and scrimmages. The program is designed as an introduction to basketball with an emphasis on skills development. Please find your time slot below! For more information please check out our website at: www.ballcharts.com/fairfieldbasketball
WHO: Grades: 4-6th Grade – Boys & Girls
FEE: $35 (ANYONE needing assistance please let us know)
For $15 more attend a Men’s Iowa basketball game which would then equal $50
(Fees include clinics, games, t-shirts and for the extra $15 Iowa Hawk game)
(Make checks out to Fairfield Youth Basketball—You may pay and signup on 1st day)
LOCATION: Fairfield Park & Rec Cambridge Complex
K-3rd grade Boys and Girls
Oct. 30th and Nov. 6
$20 (For $15 more you may attend a Men’s Iowa Hawk Basketball Game=$35)
Click Here for permission slip.
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, Gwen Kermott, Corynn Klehm, Shane Morrissey, Mira Pappin, Calista Rowe, Maddie Smith, and Sara Trent.
Businesses, show your Homecoming Spirit and dress up like the High School Students. Take a picture of your group and e-mail it to one of the teachers listed. You will be in a contest for the "best dressed" business. Student Council members will judge the businesses who send in a picture and the best dressed will receive a prize.
4th Grade News - September 2016 - Ms. Fry
Visual Phonics is a system of 46 hand-shapes with corresponding movements -which when used together are called "cues". These cues represent the 46 phoneme sounds of spoken English. By integrating letter naming, movement, and phoneme sounds, young readers have a variety of tools to remember their letters and their sounds. This year, all elementary teachers at FCSD are utilizing a consistent visual phonics format. We wanted to share it with families so they can help at home!
A Pictorial Repository
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