Questions can be directed to CClair@fhevs.org.
Public Participation Request Form
The Fairport Harbor Exempted Village Board of Education values its engagement with the community and believes that providing an opportunity for public comment during Regular Board Meetings supports that engagement and provides transparency. Though proving an opportunity for public comment is not a requirement, we would like to continue this practice even while meeting virtually or in-person. In the spirit of maintaining this opportunity for our public to participate in school board meetings, interested persons may submit written public comments via this electronic form prior to the Board meeting. The Board will collect the public participation information up to one hour before the Regular Meetings for inclusion in the meeting.
Please click this LINK to complete a request.
The 2021-22 school year is underway. Even though the start of the school year has always been a time of anticipation, enthusiasm, and excitement, this year was special! I am happy to report that FHEVS is back to in-person learning and off to a great start. There seems to be an extra element of energy and momentum present at McKinley and Harding. I want to give a big THANK YOU to our staff for all their efforts to start this year in a smooth, efficient way. Teachers have worked hard to get their rooms organized and ready for our students. Office and custodial staff have also worked extra hard in getting the buildings clean and ready for a great school year.
School Districts across the country have been placed in the middle of a difficult and vigorously debated issue with respect to mask mandates at school. Every day, we receive phone calls and emails from parents and community members offering different, often opposing, views about masking in our schools. It is important to note that as of now, local and state health officials have not issued an order requiring face masks in schools, as they did last school year. Various local, state and federal health agencies and officials have recommended, though not required, masks to be worn in schools. Fairport Harbor Schools are following suit and recommending but not requiring masks.
Approved at the June 22, 2021 Board Meeting.
Volley For The Cure 5 pm to 7 pm Harding Gym vs Badger High School
Meet at Harding High Parking lot at 6:00 PM to decorate cars and assemble for the parade to Fairport Beach,
Bonfire starts around 7:00 PM
No School 10/8/21- NEOEA Day
Homecoming Football Game, 7:00 PM Kick Off vs Windham
Homecoming Dance 10/9/21
7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Luther Center-525 Eagle St., Fairport Harbor, OH 44077
Cost $10.00-Click here to print the permission slip that must be completed to purchase a ticket.
Our Fall Book Fair is taking place all next week, September 13th through the 17th.
You can shop our fair online too, now through September 21st! The Book Fair is a great way to buy awesome books for elementary kids of all ages, and also to give back to the school! Did you know that our school earns Scholastic Dollars with each fair, and that money is available for teachers and staff to buy books and supplies for their classrooms?? It's a pretty cool thing!
LEAF will hold a VIRTUAL session, College Application Tips and Timelines for HS Seniors and their parents on Monday, September 20, 2021 at 6:30 PM via a Google Meet. Hear from schools such as Case Western Reserve University, Lakeland Community College and The Ohio State University about the do’s and don’ts for the college application process. Topics will include the Common Application process, essay requirements, recommendation letters, admissions timelines, scholarships, and more. Space is limited for this free session. Register online at https://leaf-ohio.org/resource-center-sessions/ or call LEAF at 440.525.7095 to reserve a seat.
Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic sponsored by the Lake County Health District 9/22/21 at 9 AM at Harding High (In the Clinic)
If you received your first vaccination at our September 1, 2021 clinic, you may receive your second shot at our 9/22/21 clinic.
If this vaccination is your first of the series, we will provide a list of locations available for your second vaccine and the date you may obtain your second dose.
Click here to print the registration form that is required for everyone whether it is your first or second dose of the COVID Vaccination.
An instructional basketball program will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 3:15 PM – 5:00 PM. The program begins on September Sth and will run thru October 15th. It will be taking place at Fairport High School in the 3rd-floor gym.
Boys and girls will learn all the fundamentals of basketball. Proper basketball attire must be worn. No street shoes or street clothes are permitted.
Boys and girls coming from McKinley need to have transportation or walk to the high school. Parents must pick their child up at the high school at 5:00 PM.
Click here for more!
Volley for the Cure was started to bring awareness to beast cancer. The goal is to not only pack the stands with PINK in order to encourage awareness and early detection for all women, but to also give back and support one of our Fairport families. This years event holds a special place in our hearts of our Skipper Volleyball family.
We will be having baskets to raffle off, a 50/50 and much more. Tickets to purchase baskets and 50/50 are open to everyone (even if you are not planning on watching the game).
We are accepting donations towards our raffle baskets at this time. Shirts will be available to order soon. Please share this event with friends and family so we can make this the best Volley for the Cure yet! If you have any questions or need to drop items off, please contact Lisa Braemer or Tabitha McFadden.
10/6/21 5:00 PM
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Harding High School English teacher, Susan Tenon, was selected to participate in the NEA Foundation's Global Learning Fellowship, a year-long professional learning experience focused on educating and empowering students for global citizenship. As one of 42 fellows, she is representing the state of Ohio and will enhance her knowledge and skills to integrate global competency into her daily classroom instruction, advocate for global competency at Harding and the FHEVS district, and help students thrive in an increasingly interconnected world.
The fellows immerse themselves in online coursework, webinars, reading and reflection as well as a two-day professional development workshop this fall and a nine-day international field study to South Africa next summer.
In South Africa, they will investigate the historical and cultural context of the country and learn about its education system through meetings with policymakers, business and nonprofit leaders as well as visits to schools to meet teachers, students and administrators.
The fellows will conclude their fellowship with a project that enables their learning to be shared more broadly with educators beyond the program.
**This program is done at no cost to Fairport Harbor Schools**