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  • BOE Meeting

    NEXT MEETING:

    May 26, 2020

    6:00 PM EST

    This meeting is scheduled to be held virtually.

    Join Zoom Meeting Link,

    Click HERE to join the Fairport Harbor Exempted Village School Board of Education Regular Meeting  on May 26, 2020. 

    The password is 006610. 

    You will be placed in a waiting room until the public portion of the meeting begins at approximately 6:00 p.m. 

    or join by phone

    Meeting ID: 922 7543 8868
    Password: 006610

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    Questions can be directed to CClair@fhevs.org

     

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  • Virtual 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. In the spirit of maintaining this opportunity for our public to participate in these virtual school board meetings, interested persons may submit written public comments via this electronic form. 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.  

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  • Dear Skipper Families, 

    Please CLICK HERE  to read the information letter from the Board of Education and HERE to read the letter from the Village of Fairport Harbor.  

     

    COVID-19 is a serious health matter that we are monitoring closely, and we will continue to share information as it becomes available.    Please know that as always, the health and safety of our students and staff is our highest priority and will remain vigilant in our efforts to help prevent the spread of illness.   

     

    References:

    Ohio Health Department: coronavirus.ohio.gov

    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: CDC.gov

    World Health Organization: WHO.int

    Lake County General Health District: LCGHD.org



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  • Please note all kindergarten screenings will be postponed to a later date. Mrs. Doreen Fischer will contact those that have signed up with more information as it becomes available. Thank you for your patience as we weather COVID-19 mandated closures.

    Kindergarten Screening

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    Substitute Teaching

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  • IC

    Need help accessing Infinite Campus? Please contact the school office for your special access code to create your parent account.

     

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  • Congratulations to our very own Nathan Yaussy for being awarded $25,000 and title of Ohio Milken Educator Award Winner for 2019!

    See photos and the write up here Milken Educator Awards

    Nathan Yaussy

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  • IB Official

    IB Letter To Parents & Community

    We are very excited to officially announce that McKinley has been AUTHORIZED to offer the Primary Years Program as an International Baccalaureate World School! As the first IB World School in Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties we are proud to offer this prestigious program to our school community.

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  • Harding

    Excited to learn more about the upcoming FHEVS Building Project?

    Download the October 9, 2018 - Building Presentation

    All updates on the FHEVS Building Project will be posted @ www.fhevs.org/buildingproject

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Upcoming Events

  • Virtual Public Participation Request Form

    Virtual 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. In the spirit of maintaining this opportunity for our public to participate in these virtual school board meetings, interested persons may submit written public comments via this electronic form. The Board will collect the public participation information up to one hour before the Regular Meetings for inclusion in the meeting.
    Please click here to find link.

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  • Grade 5 Celebration & Parade    5/27/20

    Grade 5 Celebration & Parade 5/27/20

    ***NEW DATE 5/27/2020***
    We will be celebrating our 5th grade students on May 27th! Although we cannot host our traditional clap out event, we believe that our 5th grade parade will be a huge hit for our students! I will be sending out a separate newsletter with all the details but I have also listed information below! Hope to see you there!!

    5th grade students: Begin creating a poster or two for your car! Put your name and a picture on it, decorate it any way you want. You MUST remain in your car and you MAY NOT sit on the window ledges in the car. ONLY ONE CAR PER STUDENT IN PARADE.

    Parade Participants:
    Fifth Grade students, parents and teachers meet on THIRD street near the old factories. Enter town on EAST street, turn right onto THIRD St, and keep traveling east until you see the old factories. MEET at 6:45 pm. Please remain in your car and enter the parade lineup.The parade will make it's way through town starting at 7 pm

    Parade Viewers:
    The following rules must be adhered to for the safety of our community.
    1. NO approaching cars
    2. Stay in your driveway to view the parade
    3. No candy will be thrown
    4.There must be an adult in the driveway with students
    5. NO more than 10 people in a driveway
    6. Practice social distancing
    7. Scream loudly for our 5th graders!


    Start in the 1000 block of Third Street
    West on Third St.
    South (left) on Vine St.
    West (right) on Fifth St.
    South (left) on Eagle St.
    East (left) on Sixth St.
    South (right) on Vine St.
    West (right) on South St.
    South (left) on Plum St.
    East (left) on New St.
    South (right) on Vine St.
    West (right) on Orchard St.
    South (left) on High St.

    **Click to read more and download a map**

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  • ESPY Awards 5/28/20

    ESPY Awards 5/28/20

    First Annual ESPY Awards
    Click for more information.
    Invite & password needed.
    Contact SKnight@fhevs.org
    For more information.

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  • Graduation Parade 5/29/2020 6:00 Start Time

    Graduation Parade 5/29/2020 6:00 Start Time

    **DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS THE GRADUATION FORMAT MAY CHANGE, STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS, INFORMATION WILL BE UPDATED AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE**
    The public is invited to help us celebrate the class of 2020
    Friday May 29, 2020 with a parade that kicks off at 6:00 PM
    Click for details and parade map.

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  • 5th Grade -Must return Chromebooks (and students not returning 20/21)

    5th Grade -Must return Chromebooks (and students not returning 20/21)

    5TH GRADERS RETURNING CHROMEBOOKS
    All 5th grade chrome books must be returned before June 2nd. The following times and dates are available for returns.

    ALL CHROME BOOKS AND CHARGERS MUST BE IN A BAG WITH THE STUDENTS NAME ON IT WHEN IT IS RETURNED.

    May 19th drive up to McKinley PARKING LOT and drop off the chrome book and charger
    School drop off will be 9-1pm

    May 21st drive up to McKinley Parking lot to drop off the chrome book and charger.

    May 27th at the clap out parade (must be in bag with name on it)-Turn them into Mrs. Fischer

    Return the chrome book on Wednesday's during tech time from 9-12 at Harding parking lot.

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  • Nutrition Services    (Updated 4/6/20)

    Nutrition Services (Updated 4/6/20)

    We realize that many of our students rely on breakfast and lunch that they receive each day at school. We have updated our nutrition plan for the remainder of the mandatory school closure that ensures that students who need these meals will be able to get them.

    We are following guidance from the health department to limit exposure and maintain social distancing. Staff will pass out meals at the Harding Jr/High School, Vine Street entrance near the Fairport Library. A Riverside/Fairport staff member will come to your car to get your student's names and then bring the meals to you. Students do not need to be present, and we would prefer only one person per family to come to pick the meals up. The meal pick-up plan is to protect both staff and families.
    The school district will provide meal pick-ups on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for the duration of the state-mandated school closure.

    Important: Children from birth to age 18 may receive meals offered regardless of enrollment. Please do not exit your car; a staff member will come to your vehicle to pass out the meals. Thank you!

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  • Seniors-Link to order Graduation Photos (posted 5/19/20)

    Seniors-Link to order Graduation Photos (posted 5/19/20)

    Class of 2020- Please click to find link for Graduation Ordering Information

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  • #13 COVID-19 Update-Closed for the remainder of the academic year   4/21/20

    #13 COVID-19 Update-Closed for the remainder of the academic year 4/21/20

    Good morning Skippers,

    First and foremost, thank you for your patience during this ever-changing time. Governor Mike DeWine announced that the state ordered school closure will extend through the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year. Staff will continue to plan and prepare the grade level online distance learning curriculum for students. We will continue to send updates to students and families throughout this time via Infinite Campus Messenger and our website, www.fhevs.org.

    Please notify your building administrator if your child tells you they are unable to access the online learning opportunities. Our teachers and technology department will work with you to make sure your child has the access they need. We will make all attempts to answer your questions and offer assistance to the best of our ability.

    McKinley Harding
    Doreen Fischer Katie Rumbarger
    dfischer@fhevs.org krumbarger@fhevs.org
    440-354-5400, Ext. 354 440-354-5400, Ext. 301

    We thank everyone for their patience and understanding during this time.

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  • #12 COVID-19 Extended school closure until May 1, 2020 and  Technology Assistance

    #12 COVID-19 Extended school closure until May 1, 2020 and Technology Assistance

    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the state ordered school closure will extend to at least Friday, May 1, 2020. We have been preparing for this extended closure and will continue to send updates to students and families throughout this time.
    CLICK HERE FOR MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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  • #10 COVID-19 Response -Welcome Back To Online Learning From Staff

    #10 COVID-19 Response -Welcome Back To Online Learning From Staff

    We are very excited to welcome you back from Spring Break! Classes resume online tomorrow, March 30, 2020. Please be sure to check in with your teachers and be ready for a great week ahead! Click to get more info & to find the link to the Welcome Back Messages.

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FHEVS in Recent News

  • CVC Babbitt, Schuster earn CVC Sportsmanship Awards    4/19/20

    CVC Babbitt, Schuster earn CVC Sportsmanship Awards 4/19/20

    Babbitt, Schuster earn CVC Sportsmanship Awards
    By Steve Hare -April 19, 2020
    Hannah Babbitt and Sam Schuster were named Fairport Harding’s 2020 Chagrin Valley Conference Senior Sportsmanship Award winners.

    Babbitt earned four letters in both volleyball and softball for the Skippers and she also was a member of the cheer squad.
    In addition to recording the 1,000th dig of her career in the fall, Babbitt earned the school’s Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2018 and 2019. She was named second-team All-CVC in volleyball and softball in 2019 and earned honorable mention all-conference honors in 2018.
    Babbitt also excels in the classroom.
    She earned a CVC Scholar-Athlete Award in 2019 and 2020 while taking College Credit Plus courses at Lakeland Community College. Babbitt is a member of the National Honor Society, the FHS Class President and a Student Ambassador who has committed over 1,000 hours of community service. She was named the Spanish 3 and History Student of the Year.

    Schuster earned three varsity letters in football, one in basketball and four in baseball.
    He was named second-team All-CVC in baseball following the 2018 and 2019 seasons and first-team All-Lake County in 2018 and 2019. The Lake County Touchdown Club recognized Schuster in 2019 and he was named the Fairport Offensive Player of the Year in 2019 and the Special Teams Player of the Year in 2018. Schuster earned honorable mention All-CVC honors for football in 2018 and 2019.
    A member of the National Honor Society, Schuster is a CVC All-Academic honoree and CVC Scholar-Athlete. He is a member of the Dean’s List at Lakeland Community College and was named the Social Studies Student of the Year.
    Click for link to video

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  • 2019-20 News-Herald high school boys bowling all-stars   4/17/20

    2019-20 News-Herald high school boys bowling all-stars 4/17/20

    PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    Michael Chipps
    Fairport, senior
    Chipps finished his senior year with a bang, rolling a 689 at the Division II state tournament to place seventh among individuals. He also helped lead the Skippers to a runner-up finish in the team tournament. Chipps tied for 19th at the D-II Nautica District with 599 pins and placed second at the Wickliffe Sectional with a score of 609.

    COACH OF THE YEAR
    Jerry Rich, Fairport
    The Skippers continued their run of area dominance through the 2019-20 season, a campaign that culminated in a runner-up finish at the D-II state tournament. Four of Rich's bowlers placed among the top 26 at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl. Fairport picked up the Nautica District title by 109 pins and rolled up a 3,996 team score at the Wickliffe Sectional to claim that championship by a 563-pin margin.

    FIRST TEAM
    Ryan Chipps, So., Fairport
    A key cog on the Skippers' state runner-up team, Chipps rolled 638 to finish 12th at D-II state; 9th at Nautica District with 622 and rolled 608 for 3rd at Wickliffe Sectional

    Connor Hulett, Jr., Fairport
    Placed 24th at D-II state with 603; knocked down 349 pins to finish 45th at Wickliffe Sectional

    Joe Justinger, So., Fairport
    Rolled 600 to take 26th at D-II state; tied for 19th with 599 at Nautica District and rolled 647 to win Wickliffe Sectional title

    HONOR ROLL:
    Fairport: Mike Rentz, Matt Oravecz, Christian Nelson

    Click for more!

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  • Basketball News  3/2/20

    Basketball News 3/2/20

    Congratulations to Jorden Cogswell-2nd team, Hunter Barks-Honorable Mention, Olivia Eldridge-2nd team and Kara McFadden-Honorable Mention from the Northeast Lakes All-District boys and girls basketball team.
    Click for link to Newshearld Article

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  • Skippers Boys Bowling Team 2020 OHSAA Division II State Runner-ups! 2/28/20

    Skippers Boys Bowling Team 2020 OHSAA Division II State Runner-ups! 2/28/20

    Congrats to our FHS Skipper Bowling team!!! 2020 OHSAA Division II State Runner-ups!!!

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  • Skippers Boys Bowling Team Wins Again Division II Sectional Champions  2/8/20

    Skippers Boys Bowling Team Wins Again Division II Sectional Champions 2/8/20

    Congratulations to the Skippers Boys Bowling Team as they win again! This time at Wickliffe Lanes 2/8/20
    Division II Sectional Champions!!!!
    Way to Go Coach Rich, Coach Chipps & The team!

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Student Spotlight

  • Grade 5 Exhibition

    Grade 5 Exhibition

    Please click here to get more information and link to the Grade 5 Exhibition site.

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  • McKinley Artsonia   (Posted 5/24/20)

    McKinley Artsonia (Posted 5/24/20)

    Check out this slideshow of artwork created by Mrs.Healan.

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  • Congratulations 5th Grade Class

    Congratulations 5th Grade Class

    Introducing-From McKinley Elementary...
    The Class of 2027

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  • Power of The Pen Regional (Online)  5/16/20

    Power of The Pen Regional (Online) 5/16/20

    Good luck to Charlie Holbrooks competing today from her home computer at the Power of the Pen Regional tournament. She is an 8th grade complete rockstar. She faithfully attends our weekly writing club meetings. Mrs. Ring & Mrs. Knight are extremely proud of her!
    The January tournament at Lake Erie College was her 1st attempt. She shared yesterday how she really enjoyed it and got the hang of it. She was a little nervous about today because it is online and in a new format

    Mrs. Ring and I assured her that she can do this. She has a ton of potential as a writer and she also possesses the courage to share her stories and ideas. Charlie has a smile that can even light up a computer screen! It made my day.

    Update from Charlie:
    Prompt #1
    “Who’s idea was that anyway? Explain what happened.”

    She titled her story: "Be a Lady."

    Now who wants to read it? I know I do.Update #2 from Charlie:

    Prompt #2 was, “Hesitation. What makes people hesitate?”

    Her story was titled “Teenage Turmoil”

    Sounds intriguing to me!!

    Now onto judging.......


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  • Azlyn Nelson wins 1st place in illustrated poetry contest  4/29/20

    Azlyn Nelson wins 1st place in illustrated poetry contest 4/29/20

    ⚓️BIG NEWS!! Skippers!!⚓️

    Each year as part of Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW), American Chemical Society (ACS) sponsors an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students.

    Entries are judged based upon relevance to and incorporation of the yearly theme (Protecting Our Planet through Chemistry), word choice and imagery, colorful artwork, adherence to poem style, originality and creativity, and overall presentation.

    FHS 8th Grade student Azlyn Nelson competed in the poetry contest this spring and WON 🎉 1st place!! 🥇

    👉This was part of her poetry project which she completed for English 1 and Science in the Personalized Learning Program this year. 👈

    She won $200 for her submission for the CCEW Poetry Contest. She was recognized publicly tonight at the ACS Zoom Meeting online.

    ✨✨Well done Azlyn Nelson! ✨✨We are so proud of you!! ❤️

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McKinley Minute

Dear Parents, I hope that you enjoyed the beautiful weather we had this weekend! This week is Teacher Appreciation week and there are so many reasons to celebrate our teachers!. Over night our team of teachers have created online learning platforms, adjusted their teaching hours, learned new technology, read to students and learned how to "hang out" with their kiddo's in order to continue to support their education.

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Happy Star Wars day to all you Skippers out there.I hope you enjoyed the weekend and spent some time outside. It's Teacher Appreciation Week and there has never been a time where we have appreciated our teachers more. They put together remote learning platforms overnight!

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    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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