All updates on the FHEVS Building Project will be posted @ www.fhevs.org/buildingproject
Please note the Board of Education approved the revised Fairport Harbor Schools Safe Harbor Restart Plan.
If you are a remote/breakwater student-there are no changes.
**Lake County is currently On YELLOW ALERT AS OF 9/24/20**
When we are a "Yellow Alert" level, in-person learners attend 5 days a week.
When we are in an "Orange Alert" level, ALL In-person learners will all attend Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The buildings will be closed for additional sanitizing and cleaning on Wednesdays and all students will log in remotely.
When we are in a "Red or Purple Alert" level-All students and staff assigned to learn/work from home remotely.
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2020-2021 School Photos will be taken by Inter-State Studios this year.
Ordering Information will be sent closer to the photo day.
Remote & In-Person Learners are encouraged to get their photo taken.
McKinley Photo Day 10/16/2020:
McKinley's picture day will be Friday, October 16th. There will be a schedule sent out to parents of remote learners showing what time their class is scheduled to come down to the gym for individual photos. There will be no group photos this year. If your student is unable to attend picture day on October 16th, retakes will take place in February to try and accommodate everyone.
Harding Photo Day 10/2/20 8:30 am to 3:00 pm:
This time is reserved for in-person and remote learners to come in to have their photo taken. Please enter through the Harding Office. Masks and Social Distancing are required at all times you are on campus.
Harding & McKinley Retake Day 2/19/21 Time-TBA
Class of 2021 Senior Panoramic Photo *outdoor* on 11/6/20 at 9:00 AM (with a rain date of 11/13/20)-ALL seniors please check your email for updates and more information about photo day.
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The Nutrition Department will be providing meals, by reservation only, for remote learners in the district. Meal pick-up will be on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30 – 1:00 p.m. at Harding Jr/Sr High. Students will receive breakfast and lunch meals for the following week’s school days. They will not receive meals for non-school days or holidays. Parents must fill out the remote learners' meal pick up form located on the website by Friday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. to receive meals for the following week. Parents will need to list their students and their grade.
Per USDA guidelines, Harding students will be eating breakfast and lunch at no cost beginning Tuesday. Virtual learners that pick meals up at Harding will also be at no cost (regardless of the building they attend).
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It is time to complete the required Annual Update process for the 2020-2021 school year!
How do I update the information for my currently enrolled/existing FHEVS student(s)?
*ALL enrolled students must have annual update completed including CCP, ACC, Online, Breakwater, In Person, etc*
Greetings Remote & Breakwater Students. Please click here to review a document that contains answers to many questions you've had! This document contains information about Lunch pick up, attendance and office hours.
**Please note you can check in for attendance on I/C from 9:00 AM all the way until 11:59 PM- we are aware of Infinite Campus service being down and overloaded at various times of the day. Keep trying and if you still cannot check in, please call the Harding Attendance Line at 440-354-5400 ext 1397 to report that you are in attendance.
Please click to read Mrs. Fischer's Arrival and Dismissal procedures for the 20/21 school year. Please be sure to read the complete document, it contains information about breakfast, which door to enter and car tag pick up day!
Hello FHS Skipper Fans, I am posting the NAC Spectator Guidelines for the 2020 Fall Season. Please read them over. There is good news and bad news. We are allowing spectators --good news! We are limiting spectators --bad news!! These guidelines were adopted by all principals today. These guidelines limit each participant to 2 tickets.
Click to read all of the VERY IMPORTANT DETAILS & READ THE NAC DOCUMENT!
We thank you for your continued positive support of Fairport Athletics and supporting our Skipper Athletes to have a season by compliance with the guidelines set forth by the NAC.
After reading all of the details, contact AD Sandra Knight with questions or concerns SKnight@fhevs.org
Please download our 2018-2019 Fairport Harbor Schools Quality Profile
Please download our Fairport Harbor Schools Quality Profile (2017-2018).
You can also review Quality Profile (2016-2017).
We hope you enjoy our video about Fairport Harbor Schools!
Skippers stop rival St. John 42-20
Lake County Sentinel
BY TOMMY SHIRER
The Fairport Harding Skippers dominated the St. John Heralds Friday night by a score of 42-20. The Skippers Improved to 4-1 on the Season and will have a rematch for the conference championship against Pymatuning Valley who beat the Skippers last week.
The Skippers scored early on in the game on a pass from Sophomore QB Will Fazekas to Junior WR Dillon Knesebeck to make the score 7-0 Fairport.
The Heralds would score to make the score 7-6 when they failed to convert the extra point.
Early in the 2nd quarter Will Fazekas rushed 1 yard to make the score 14-6. Fairport recovered the fumble then on the kickoff but fail to score.
The Skippers got on the board again with 4:32 seconds left in the 2nd quarter on a Will Fazekas TD pass too Dillon Knesebeck yet again making the lead 21-6 Skippers.
The Skippers scored one more time in the half on another Will Fazekas TD pass but this time too Junior WR Tai Malone for 14 yards pushing the lead to 28-6.
But before the half would end the Heralds would put up their 2nd touchdown making it 28-12 at half time.
Early in the 3rd quarter Skippers QB Will Fazekas would rush for a 3-yard td to improve the Skipper lead to 35-12. Then about halfway through the 4th quarter Fairport backup QB Sophomore Gabe Lawson scored on a 5-yard TD run making the score 42-12.
The Heralds scored late in the 4th quarter to put a cap on the scoring.
The Skippers will be away next Friday October 2nd playing Pymatuning Valley in Andover for the conference championship at 7pm.
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POSTED 09/26/2020 01:03
Ohio Varsity Players of the Week 9/17/20
By: Steve Hare
Athletes from five different schools have been named the Ohio Varsity Players of the Week.
Each player was nominated by his or her coach.All statistics incurred during the week beginning Sept. 7 and ending on Sept. 13.
Here’s a look at each Player of the Week by sport:
Name: Sam Honkala
School: Fairport Harding
Stats: Caught seven passes for 104 yards and picked off two passes
Coach’s Quote: “Sam played well in our first two games, but he emerged as a big-time playmaker in week three against Windham,” Fairport coach Cameron Ruff said. “He is a first-year junior and he has worked hard over the summer to gain weight and learn our passing routes and coverages. He is extremely intelligent and asks questions to better understand his responsibilities.He caught a season-high seven passes on offense for 104 yards and made some clutch catches on third downs. He also intercepted two Windham passes that took Windham’s offensive momentum away. He has also done a tremendous job as our holder on extra points and other special teams units. He rarely comes off the field and he is a strong contributor to our team. He displayed those contributions full force in week three and led Fairport to a 30-0 win.”
Skippers clicking on all cylinders
By Steve Hare -September 14, 2020
Without much of an off-season, the Fairport football team had to rely on the individual work each Skipper put in to set the tone for the 2020 season.
Fortunately, that work went above and beyond what was required and has led the Skippers to a 3-0 start for the first time since 2012.
“The kids have been working hard and they got themselves prepared,” Fairport coach Cameron Ruff said. “They’ve been working hard since November and December and even with the quarantine, they were at home lifting wheelbarrows and whatever else they could find laying around the house. That’s been their goal; to be in the position they’re in now at 3-0.”
The Skippers haven’t just won all of their games through three weeks, they’ve been dominant.
Fairport has outscored its three opponents, 105-7, and has yet to allow a defensive touchdown.
“Our defense has played absolutely lights out,” Ruff said. “The seven points we gave up was on a kickoff return so the defense is still has a shutout. They’ve been tackling well and playing well, flying around to the ball. Our defensive backs have only allowed one completion on the year so far. They’ve been flying around hitting people and having fun.”
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Lake County Sentinel
Skippers shut out Windham 30-0
BY TOMMY SHIRER- STAFF
The Fairport Harding Skippers traveled to Windham, Ohio to take on the Windham Bombers. The Skippers would continue their hot start to the season with a 30-0 victory over the Bombers.
The Skippers Defense dominated for the third straight week led by Junior Dillon Knesebeck who had 11 tackles and fellow Junior Sam Honkala who had 2 interceptions.
The Skippers would score on their first drive of the game on a 42-yard touchdown pass from Sophomore QB Will Fezekas to Junior Tai Malone with 9:46 left in the 1st quarter.
Moments later, just a few plays after the kickoff to the Bombers, Tai Malone would intercept the pass from Windham Sophomore QB Wyatt Hanshaw. The Skippers took over inside the Bomber 40 but failed to score.
The 1st quarter was rocky for both teams but then in the 2nd quarter Fairport would start to dominate the game. With 7:33 left in the first half Senior Dom Knesebeck would sack Hanshaw in the endzone for a safety putting the Skippers on top 9-0. Then just 58 seconds later the Skippers would score on a 34-yard TD pass from Will Fazekas to Dillion Knesebeck to make the score 16-0 with 6:35 left in the 2nd.
Just under two minutes later Senior Quentin Piotrowski blocked a punt and return it to the three yard line where on the next play Junior Running Back Josiah Cooper rushed for a three yard touchdown to make it 23-0 with 4:36 left in the half. That would remain the score at the half.
Two minutes and thirty-one seconds into the third quarter Running Back Josiah Cooper ran for his second touchdown of the night making the score 30-0 with 9:39 left in the third quarter. The Skipper and Bombers did no more damage on offense as the game ended 30-0 Fairport.
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Charlie Holbrooks participated in the first-ever virtual Power of the Pen Regional Tournament on Saturday, May 16. She was the only 8th grade student to qualify. She placed in 8th place!! Charlie answered two writing prompts in under 1 hour. Her stories were written from her own home and sent to judges digitally for feedback and grading. We are very proud of Charlie's dedication to her writing and for the creativity that she has shown this year and in this tournament.