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  • Harding Winter Sports Photos   11/20/19

    Harding Winter Sports Photos 11/20/19

    Students please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled photo time.
    Lifetouch forms are available, see Mrs. Knight.

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  • Community Connect  11/20/19 6:00pm

    Community Connect 11/20/19 6:00pm

    Please join us for the next Community Connect Meeting on November 20, 2019, at 6:00 PM in the Library Meeting Room.

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  • Waiver Days (no school for McKinley or Harding students)

    Waiver Days (no school for McKinley or Harding students)

    November 4, 2019
    November 5, 2019
    December 20, 2019
    January 13, 2019
    February 14, 2020
    April 9, 2020

    Teacher work days-Students do not report to Fairport

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  • Harding Testing December 2019 End of Course Exams

    Harding Testing December 2019 End of Course Exams

    See Mrs. Jurick or Mrs. Rumbarger for more information.

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  • Save The Date Christmas Carol

    Save The Date Christmas Carol

    Save the Date!
    For those people that want pre-sale and are unable to get their tickets on Sunday, November 17th during Tech Sunday.
    No tickets will be available or picked up directly at the High School office. Direct all callers to Mr. Luster Email: JLuster@fhevs.org

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  • Thanksgiving Break -Harding & McKinley 11/28 through 12/1

    Thanksgiving Break -Harding & McKinley 11/28 through 12/1

    Thanksgiving Break
    No School Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019, Friday, Nov. 29, 2019, or Monday, Dec. 2, 2019
    Classes resume Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019

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  • Winter Break -Harding & McKinley 12/20/19 through 1/5/2020

    Winter Break -Harding & McKinley 12/20/19 through 1/5/2020

    Winter Break Details
    Friday, Dec. 20. 2019-Teacher work day- No school for students
    Monday, December 23, 2019, through January 3, 2019
    Classes resume Monday, January 6, 2020

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  • Harding High Grades 9-12 (ONLY) Jan 9 & Jan 10 - Open Campus

    Harding High Grades 9-12 (ONLY) Jan 9 & Jan 10 - Open Campus

    Students in grades 9-12 only.
    January 9, 2020 regular schedule in the morning, C & D block are finals (if you do not have a C or D block Final-You may leave school)
    January 10, 2020- A & B Block are finals (if you do not have an A or B block final you may leave school).
    MAKE-UPS- January 10, 2020 - Make up finals if you were absent on January 9, 2020.

    *Please note- Students in grades 6-8 are required to be here all day on January 9 & January 10.

    The lunch room will be open during all lunch periods as usual.

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  • MLK Day - No School Harding & McKinley 1/20/20

    MLK Day - No School Harding & McKinley 1/20/20

    No school today-MLK Day

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  • MCORE Foundation Info for Heart Screening Opportunity at Fairport Harding High School on 1/23/2020

    MCORE Foundation Info for Heart Screening Opportunity at Fairport Harding High School on 1/23/2020

    The MCORE Foundation to Provide Cardiac Screening Opportunity for
    Fairport Harding High School on January 23, 2020

    Why Preventative Heart Screenings for Youth Ages 12-22?

    Fairport Harding High School Parents and Community,

    Each year over 400,000 people are affected by sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is not a heart attack but an electrical malfunction of the heart that causes it to stop suddenly. Sudden cardiac arrest is often called the silent killer as you or your child could have an abnormality that goes undetected and without any recognizable symptoms until it is too late.

    The mission of the MCORE Foundation is providing communities with education about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), symptoms and family history in hopes to prevent these tragedies from happening in our communities. Our education program works in conjunction with a high level mobile cardiac unit that provides preventative baseline heart screenings for children ages 12-22.

    Our mobile screening unit partners with schools, hospitals, and foundations to provide convenient and dependable heart screenings that otherwise would not be available.

    Our mobile cardiac unit will be at Fairport Harding High School on Thursday, January 23, 2020

    All MCORE Foundation screenings include:
    • An ECG and limited Echo test performed by registered cardiac sonographers
    • Results read by our team of pediatric and general cardiologists
    • Images stored within your secured account for future access or to send to your medical provider.

    Each test is approximately 10-12 minutes and you may use your healthcare spending account or flex care spending account for the payment. *Should you require financial assistance please contact us.

    To learn more about the MCORE Foundation, get involved with our mission, or to donate please visit us at: www.mcorefoundation.org

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  • American Red Cross Blood Drive at Harding High School  1/29/20

    American Red Cross Blood Drive at Harding High School 1/29/20

    Blood Drive at Harding High School

    9 AM to 2:00 PM

    Staff will greet you at the student entrance/gym door.

    Contact Jerry Hites at JHites@fhevs.org or Principal Rumbarger at KRumbarger@fhevs.org for more information.

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  • No School Presidents' Day - Harding & McKinley 2/17/20

    No School Presidents' Day - Harding & McKinley 2/17/20

    No School today in celebration of Presidents' Day!

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  • ACT Testing Date 2/25/20

    ACT Testing Date 2/25/20

    ACT Grade 11 on February 25, 2020

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  • Spring Break 3/23 to 3/27 McKinley & Harding

    Spring Break 3/23 to 3/27 McKinley & Harding

    Spring Break
    NO School 3/23/2020 through 3/27/2020
    Classes resume 3/30/2020

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  • Long weekend!  No School 4/10/20 & 4/13/20

    Long weekend! No School 4/10/20 & 4/13/20

    No School Harding & McKinley
    4/10/20 to 4/13/20
    Enjoy a long spring weekend!
    School Resumes 4/14/20

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  • Memorial Day 5/25/20  McKinley & Harding

    Memorial Day 5/25/20 McKinley & Harding

    No School Today.

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  • Graduation Ceremony 5/29/2020

    Graduation Ceremony 5/29/2020

    Graduation Ceremony at Harding High School Gym
    7:00 PM Start time

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FHEVS in Recent News

  • Fairport young but hopeful

    Fairport young but hopeful

    Fairport young but hopeful
    By:Steve Hare
    November 18, 2019
    Fairport Harding returns three starters and five others with varsity experience leaving the Skippers hopeful to show vast improvement from last season.

    With just two seniors on the squad and six sophomores expected to play key minutes, the Skippers remain young but have the potential to be competitive this winter.

    “We are very young and a work in progress, especially after the tough season we had last year,” ninth-year head coach Matt Cardina said. “However, we have matured on and off the court so I feel we have a strong potential to grow a lot this year and begin to learn how to win.”

    What the Skippers lack in size they make up for with their speed and Cardina plans to use that quickness to his advantage.
    *Click to read full article*

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  • Mr. Nathan Yaussy wins Milken Award & $25,000      11/8/19

    Mr. Nathan Yaussy wins Milken Award & $25,000 11/8/19

    Congratulations to Mr. Nathan Yaussy Science Teacher for winning the 2019 Milken Award-Known as "The Oscars of Teaching". Click to read more & see photos.

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  • Alice Training District Wide 11/4/19

    Alice Training District Wide 11/4/19

    Thank you to the Fairport Harbor Police Department, Sgt. Eric Miller, Fairport Harbor Fire Department, Painesville Police Department, Grand River Police and Grand River Fire Department for conducting our staff ALICE training refresher on Monday November 5, 2019. We appreciate your partnership in keeping our students, staff and community safe!

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  • Fairport’s Cody Paugh hits the 1,000-yard mark in Senior Nigh win | Chagrin Valley Conference 10/26/19

    Fairport’s Cody Paugh hits the 1,000-yard mark in Senior Nigh win | Chagrin Valley Conference 10/26/19

    CVC Article by Steve Hare:
    Cody Paugh ran for 145 yards and a touchdown and he also threw for a score in leading Fairport Harding to a 45-6 win over visiting Richmond Heights in Friday’s Senior Night win.

    “We’re proud of these seniors for their efforts tonight,” Fairport coach Cameron Ruff said. “They had a goal to win their Senior Night game and they accomplished that with a huge win over Richmond Heights. These seniors have led the way for this program to experience wins like these and we’re proud of their hard work.”
    **Click to read the full article**

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  • Paugh, Schuster have their way in win over Brooklyn By Steve Hare - October 12, 2019

    Paugh, Schuster have their way in win over Brooklyn By Steve Hare - October 12, 2019

    Paugh, Schuster have their way in win over Brooklyn
    By Steve Hare -October 12, 2019
    Brooklyn scored first in Friday’s Chagrin Valley Conference Metro Division contest at Fairport Harding on Friday but the Skippers dominated from there and beat the Hurricanes, 47-7.

    “These kids made a statement this week,” Fairport coach Cameron Ruff said. “This was a must-win game and the kids rose to the challenge.”
    The Homecoming win was the first for the Skippers in many years and they did it in impressive fashion.

    “I’m most proud of our kids’ focus during their homecoming game and their response to Brooklyn going up 7-0 in the first quarter,” Ruff said. “Rather than become upset with each other after giving up a long score, they regrouped, communicated, and played their best football by scoring 47 unanswered points.”

    Jamiar Tate opened the scoring with a 57-yard touchdown run to give Brooklyn a short-lived 7-0 lead.

    Justice Bartley hauled in a 54-yard touchdown pass from Sam Schuster but the Skippers failed to convert the two-point conversion and trailed 7-6.

    Cody Paugh’s 67-yard touchdown run and Schuster’s two-point conversion gave Fairport a 14-7 lead it would not relinquish.

    Paugh finished the night with 26 carries for 287 yards and three touchdowns. His career night was set up by the work of the offensive line.

    “Our offensive line of Martin Mendoza, Mike Voiles, Quentin Piotrowksi, Deano Spiesman, Noah Greene, and Dillon Knesebeck put the team on their back and blocked great all night,” Ruff said. “They made room for our running backs all night and provided ample time for Sam to throw.”

    Schuster added touchdown runs of 3 and 11 yards in the second quarter and a 21-yarder in the third quarter. Paugh scored on runs of 10 yards in the third quarter and a 48-yarder in the fourth quarter to close out the scoring.

    “This was Fairport’s first homecoming win in a long time,” Ruff said. “These kids deserve every minute of this victory because they played their hearts out.”

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Student Spotlight

  • College Application Day at Harding 11/15/19

    College Application Day at Harding 11/15/19

    Graduating seniors all applied to Lake Erie College and Lakeland Community College today. Some students received instant acceptance and got some cool merch!

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  • Skipper Sketches & Espanol 3 Field trip 11/15/19

    Skipper Sketches & Espanol 3 Field trip 11/15/19

    Skippers Sketches and Espanol 3 went on a tour of 3 buildings in Lake County including the Lake County Courthouse, the Lake County Jail, and Steele Mansion Inn. Students will report out in next week's edition of Skipper Sketches!!

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  • CVC Leadership & Sportsmanship Conference 11/14/19

    CVC Leadership & Sportsmanship Conference 11/14/19

    CVC Leadership and Sportsmanship Conference today for our Skipper athletes.

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  • Fall Sports Banquet   11/14/19

    Fall Sports Banquet 11/14/19

    Thank you, coaches, students, and parents for coming to celebrate another season of fall sports with us tonight!!

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  • Model UN     11/11/19 & 11/12/19

    Model UN 11/11/19 & 11/12/19

    Model United Nations, also known as Model UN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. This year's event took place at Case Western Reserve, which was orchestrated by Mr. Hlousek.


    The kids love this event. We were expecting a lot of snow on Tuesday, and I had several kids tell me on Monday after school that they did not want a snow day because of Model UN. That's dedication!

    Thank you, students, for representing Fairport Harbor Schools, you all looked very professional.

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  • Underclassmen Showcase & Senior Slam 11/9/19

    Underclassmen Showcase & Senior Slam 11/9/19

    Senior Hannah Babbitt and Junior Faith Tully played in an all star volleyball game 11/9/19 at Ursuline College in Ohio Varsity's Underclassmen Showcase and Senior Slam. Thank you to Varsity volleyball coach Kate Selleny for nominating them, going to the game and supporting them. Tons of Skipper fans and families were there. This is a positive memory for our student-athletes! Well done!

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  • Fish Fry THANK YOU! 10/2019

    Fish Fry THANK YOU! 10/2019

    A huge thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 Fish Fry.
    We appreciate Joe Longo for donating food and cooking all of the fish, stop into Longo's have a nice Italian Dinner & say THANKS!
    Dave Hall, of Top Flight Charters, has a tremendous amount of patience for our Hooked on Education students! He teaches our students how to cast, reel and clean the fish. He shows kindness and care when they get a bit seasick and always has a positive attitude. Every charter this year the students "limited out"-so he finds the fish too!
    Dr. Paolo, Mr. Hites & Mr. Messer have all gone out fishing this year with different groups of students, we are not clear on who caught the biggest fish, but several students received "Fish Ohio" certificates.
    Chris Yano at the senior center went over and above to help with this event, her helpfulness and patience as we take over for the afternoon should be commended!
    We appreciate the support of the Board of Education, Mary Javins, Linda Cope, Amy Hites, William Lukshaw, and Anna Coll, as well as the teachers and staff at Fairport Schools. Huge Thank you to Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. Rumbarger and Mrs. Polak for serving and jumping in to help where needed.

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  • Student published in "The Lakelander" at Lakeland Community College 11/2019

    Student published in "The Lakelander" at Lakeland Community College 11/2019

    Gabby Palmer is taking a Creative Writing course at Lakeland this Semester. For their first assignment, they were asked to write fictional poetry, any style. Gabby wrote several free verse poems. Her professor was so impressed that he submitted the poems to the campus magazine and they were published in the Fall Edition of "The Lakelander". Attached are copies of her published poems.

    The "Red Houses" poem is based on her experience with a play she did at FHS many years ago, called "SISU is in the Heart" with Park Cofield about his family from Finland. The story and the people she met through that process had a huge impact on her.
    Her poem, "Humiliation", speaks for itself.

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  • Skippers Inc Fish Fry Limited Edition T-Shirts     10/28/19

    Skippers Inc Fish Fry Limited Edition T-Shirts 10/28/19

    Skippers Inc sold t-shirts designed by our Entrepreneurial Class and Zoe Ferris at the fish fry. Awesome job all the way around. $10 per custom shirt.

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  • Kent State University Band Day    10/26/2019

    Kent State University Band Day 10/26/2019

    Eight students from the FHS Marching Band performed with the Kent State Marching Band on Saturday, October 26th during their football game against Miami University.

    Very proud of these kids! They arrived at 11:30 am to prepare for a
    3:30 pm kick-off. They quickly learned the songs and logistics. They
    performed at half-time with other school bands from around Ohio and
    participated in the stand tunes during the game. It was cold, wet,
    rainy and nasty...but they spent their free Saturday learning from the
    KSU marching band students and did an amazing job!

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Students and Staff Members of the Month

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    Congrats to our Students and Staff Members for this past month! 
    September 2019
    McKinley: 
    Izayah Vilagi - Kindergarten
    Shyanne Kocevar - Grade 4
    Maureen Boros- Teacher
     
     
    Harding:
    Isaac Maldonado - Grade 6
    Emma Coll - Grade 11
    Scott Hribar - Head of Maintenance 
     
     
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  • Please download our Fairport Harbor Schools Quality Profile (2018-2019)

    Please download our Fairport Harbor Schools Quality Profile (2017-2018). 

    Please download our Quality Profile (2016-2017)

    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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