Fairport Harbor Exempted Village School District

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Recent Updates and Announcements from FHEVS

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    At FHEVS, we place a high value on empathy and character education in a collaborative, inclusive and diverse learning environment.  We strive to ensure that all our students feel welcome, supported and valued. For more information, please read our LETTER from Superintendent Dr. Paolo.
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    Need help accessing Infinite Campus? Please contact the school office for your special access code to create your parent account.

     

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  • Attention:

    Fairport Skippers

    Dear Parents, Please download and read our Parent Emergency Notification and School Closing Procedures. If you have any questions, please contact the main office. Thank you.

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  • Inspiring Excellence 2017

    Inspiring Excellence - Hamilton Awards 2017 - Congratulations to all of our recipients. 

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  • Hooked on Education

    Fairport Harding High School took on a new initiative this year and developed a student inquiry design lab. We selected 35 students to educate in this new model. and we are pleased to announce we are hoping to expand the model for the 2017-2018 school year. Please download our letter here to learn more about this program.

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  • J. Luster

    Congrats! Mr. Luster is the 2017 Franklin B. Walter outstanding educator recipient. Thank you for all you do for our students and faculty.

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    Excited to learn more about the

    FHEVS Building Project?

    Click Here for an Informational Flyer!

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Upcoming Events

  • Hooked on Education Fish Fry - Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    Hooked on Education Fish Fry - Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    On November 28, 2017, please join the students in the Hooked on Education Design Lab program for the Second Annual Hooked on Education Fish Fry!

    Location: Fairport Harbor Senior Center 1380 East Street Fairport Harbor, OH 44077

    Fish Fry Seating Times Available: 5:15, 6:15 or 7:15 pm.

    Tickets are free, but you have to have a ticket to attend.

    Donations Accepted.

    Please call the Board Office @ 440-354-5400 Ext. 102 or email CClair@fhevs.org or NRock@fhevs.org for tickets.

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  • Harding Food Drive - November 1 - December 1, 2017

    Harding Food Drive - November 1 - December 1, 2017

    A block with the most food will win a donut party!!

    All items will be placed in a box in A block and counted every Friday and then brought down to the office at the end of each week. Teachers will mark weekly total on the chart posted in the classroom. The holiday season is the busiest time of the year, so let’s help our Fairport food bank stock up for the winter!!

    Suggested Items needed:
    Peanut butter
    Cereal or crackers
    Canned soups or stews
    Meal starters (ex.Mac & cheese)
    Rice/pasta
    Canned tomato products
    Canned veggies/fruit
    Tuna
    Coffee
    Baby food
    Treat items (cake/brownies/fruit snacks)

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  • Harding High Harbor Holidays - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 @10am-3pm

    Harding High Harbor Holidays - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 @10am-3pm

    We hope to see you at Harding High School to celebrate Harbor Holidays!

    At Harding, there will be:

    Chinese Auction (Winners drawn at 2:30)
    50/50 Raffle
    Kids’ Corner Coloring Table
    Music by FH Band Students
    Concession
    Free admission
    Free parking
    Yummy Cabbage and noodles!

    Lots of vendors plus music and dance performances by Harding students!

    Fairport Dance Academy will perform in the auditorium @ 3 pm.

    Come out and join us!

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  • McKinley Elementary Harbor Holidays - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 @11am-3pm

    McKinley Elementary Harbor Holidays - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 @11am-3pm

    The Grinch and Max are stopping at McKinley Elementary during Fairport’s Harbor Holidays 11am-3pm on Saturday, Dec. 2!

    ❖ Come make a craft
    ❖ Take a selfie
    ❖ Bid on an auction basket
    ❖ Buy something from your favorite vendors!

    (some include Scentsy, LulaRoe, and Pampered Chef)

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  • Moe's Southwest Grille - Fundraiser for Fifth Grade Camp! - Thursday, December 14, 2017

    Moe's Southwest Grille - Fundraiser for Fifth Grade Camp! - Thursday, December 14, 2017

    50% of your order will support McKinley's Fifth Grade Camp! Please join us for this event! Thank you!

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  • Parent Advisory Council - Monday, December 18, 2017

    Parent Advisory Council - Monday, December 18, 2017

    What? Parent Advisory Council is comprised of parent representatives from each school. They meet with the principals and other district staff on a monthly basis during the school year to discuss a variety of topics, share information and broaden understanding of school-related issues.

    Where? Fairport Harbor Public Library

    When? Monthly - Next Meeting: December 18, 2017 @ 6 pm

    Why?
    -Identify common needs and goals among the parents of students enrolled in Fairport Harbor School and facilitate strategies to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their respective school’s parent organizations.
    -Provide the principals with feedback and insight from the parent’s perspective
    -Bring to the principal’s attention existing and emerging issues expressed by parents at the school they represent.
    -Serve as an advisory, not a decision-making body, that makes recommendations, encourages brainstorming and provides opportunities for parent involvement on committees and task forces.
    -Facilitate communication between and among the parents and parent organizations from different district schools
    -Serve as a forum for sharing innovations and best practices from around the district.

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  • Join Middle School Student Council And High School Student Council In supporting the Forbes House

    Join Middle School Student Council And High School Student Council In supporting the Forbes House

    Bring in your donations during the month of December - 2017

    Donations are being collected!

    Socks * Gloves * Pillows * Hair Products
    Childrens clothes – Baby * Toddler (all sizes)
    Board Games * Toiletry * Deodorant
    Toothpaste/Brushes * Nail Remover
    Cleaning Supplies * Toys * Snacks

    Drop off (new) items to Mrs. Jurick

    Items will be collected through Jan 5, 2018

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FHEVS in Recent News

  • Congrats to our OHSAA Coach of the Year Jerry Rich!

    Congrats to our OHSAA Coach of the Year Jerry Rich!

    Our FHS Bowling program has had great success with state tournament appearances 4 out of the last 5 years, including both the boys and girls last season. Just getting there is an outstanding feat but it is a significant goal of our bowling team to not only make an appearance at the state tournament, but to compete for that elusive state championship. Good luck to all of our bowlers as they continue to do the work necessary to achieve that goal.

    Congratulations to Head Coach Jerry Rich on this outstanding achievement!

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  • Lake, Geauga county schools recognized for positive behavioral interventions

    Lake, Geauga county schools recognized for positive behavioral interventions

    By Tawana Roberts, The News-Herald

    POSTED: 10/27/17, 11:52 AM EDT

    Over a dozen schools in Lake and Geauga counties are being recognized for their successful implementation of Ohio Positive Behavioral Inventions and Supports.

    These schools will be honored at the 2017 Ohio Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Showcase on Nov. 30.

    According to The State Support Team Region 4, the award winners demonstrated extraordinary leadership of implementation efforts, creative problem solving and innovative strategies.

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  • Fairport Harbor School District Quality Profile reflects growth, commitment to personalized learning

    Fairport Harbor School District Quality Profile reflects growth, commitment to personalized learning

    By Jonathan Tressler, The News-Herald
    POSTED: 10/10/17, 3:45 PM EDT

    A brochure distributed by the Fairport Harbor Schools earlier in October highlights some of the district’s accomplishments over the 2016-17 school year.

    The Fairport Harbor Exempted Village School District Quality Profile arrived in area mailboxes during the week of Oct. 2.

    “The purpose of the Quality Profile is to provide ‘the rest of the story,’ giving the Fairport Harbor community a report on how our schools are performing in the areas that matter most,” the publication’s cover reads. “The Fairport Harbor Board of Education believes schools should provide opportunities for students to pursue excellence in many forms. The education we provide goes far beyond what is measured by standardized tests.”

    School Board President Mary Javins in an Oct. 10 phone interview said she’s seen lots of growth in the district in her time as a school official.

    “I’ve been on the school board for 16 years and, in the last 10 to 12 years, we’ve added a lot of programs we haven’t had before, such as International Baccalaureate (candidacy at McKinley Elementary School), personalized learning and early college. That was the biggest thing and it’s blown up into our design lab,” Javins said, referring to the increasing number of students earning college credit while still in high school, along with the new space at Fairport Harding Middle/High School where project-based education takes place day in and day out at the school.

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Student Spotlight

  • Harding High School First Annual Stop the Hate Assembly - November 15, 2017

    Harding High School First Annual Stop the Hate Assembly - November 15, 2017

    On November 15, Harding High School English 3 students hosted the first annual Stop the Hate Assembly. The stop the hate essay, sponsored by the Maltz Museum, was designed to create an understanding of people of other races, religions, cultures, and backgrounds. The students who were invited to speak were selected for writing some of the best essays which addressed how they stood up to hate. We hope their presentations and the panel discussion helps our Harding students to become more aware, caring and kind students.

    In picture - Panelists left to right: Chris Farmer, Zachary Holtz, Maria Savani, Maya Stupica, Liz Olvera

    Click to read more - and coming soon - a video of the assembly created by Auburn Career Center's IMT students!

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  • Harding Student Council Celebrates Veterans Day by serving Veterans

    Harding Student Council Celebrates Veterans Day by serving Veterans

    Both the Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball Teams had scrimmages on Saturday, Nov. 11. Student Council volunteered their day to serve our Veterans in attendance. All veterans who were in attendance received a free hotdog, chips and drink.

    The Harding Middle School and High School Student Council are partnering for the food drive war during the month of November and collecting items for Forbes House during the month of December. Please see a member of Student Council for more information!

    Pictured is one of our Harding High School Parents and Navy Veteran Jeff Urban with Student Council members - click for more pictures!

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  • Scary Story Contest Winner Olivia Hoge-Massengill

    Scary Story Contest Winner Olivia Hoge-Massengill

    Congrats to our 8th grade Scary Story Contest Winner Olivia Hoge-Massengill. Olivia participated in the 20th Annual Ghost Story Contest sponsored through Saugus.net. She won a t-shirt and has her work published on their website. Click for more information!

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  • 7th Grader Gabbie Carlson won American Legion Post 336 Essay Contest

    7th Grader Gabbie Carlson won American Legion Post 336 Essay Contest

    In picture: Gabbie Carlson with her mom Stacy and dad Karl next to Nathan Hale, 3rd Vice Commander at American Legion Post 336.

    Gabbie Carlson recently entered an essay in the Americanism and Government essay contest sponsored by the American Legion Post 336 through her history class with Mrs. Messenger. The essay topic was: "What does it mean to be a veteran?"

    Mr. Nathan Haley, 3rd Vice Commander of Post 336, came to Harding High School on October 31st to announce the results of this essay contest. Gabbie's essay was selected as the winning entry! You can read her winning essay here.
    Gabbie read her essay out loud during a school assembly.

    All are invited to attend a celebration of her accomplishment on Saturday, Nov. 11th @ Post 336 @ 7 pm to hear Gabbie read her essay and receive her prize of a $100 savings bond. Congrats Gabbie on your accomplishment!

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  • Harding High School Student Council and NHS Update - October 30, 2017

    Harding High School Student Council and NHS Update - October 30, 2017

    Here is some up to date information on our Harding High School Student Council and NHS. NHS just completed 140 Halloween treat bags for Lake County Council on Aging. Treat bags are distributed to Senior Citizens and homebound residents in Lake County. Many thanks to the NHS students and giving back to the community. FHS Student Council will be partnering with the Middle School Student Council to collect items for Forbes House, a woman's battered shelter located in Painesville during the month of December. For more information, please contact Mrs. Bidlack.

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    Congrats to our Students of the Month for October! 
     
    McKinley:
     
    Jonathan Arcos Arredondo - 2nd Grade
    Leah Westman - 5th Grade
    Mrs. Raven Boots - Teacher
     
     
    Harding:
     
     Emma McBride - 6th Grade
    Christian Hoge-Massengill - 10th Grade
    Mr. John Romeo - P.E. Teacher
     
    Click here to see the past winners!

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Fairport Harbor Exempted Village School District Quality Profile

  • Please download a printer-friendly version of our Quality Profile.

    What is a Quality Profile? The purpose of the Quality Profile is to provide “the rest of the story,” giving the Fairport Harbor community a report on how our schools are performing in the areas that matter most. The Fairport Harbor community believes schools should provide opportunities for students to pursue excellence in many forms. The education we provide goes far beyond what is measured by the Ohio Department of Education standardized tests. The best way to prepare our students for success in college, career, and life is to create opportunities for personalized learning tailored to individual student talents and interests. That is why Fairport students are learning today and leading tomorrow.

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