Fairport Student Achievements
Please read about the wonderful accomplishments from our Fairport Students. Check back often for updates! Please feel free to share any success stories with us!
The Think Fast Interactive was Friday for students in grades 9-12. ThinkFast® was developed in 1997 as a program that would non-intrusively expose participants to and educate them on important information on hard-to-tackle topics, i.e. the consequences of underage drinking, drug use, bullying, traffic safety, distracted driving, etc., while simultaneously entertaining them in a safe, relaxed and fun environment.
Harding High School 8th graders joined our McKinley kindergartners in celebrating Read Across America Day on Tuesday! The students paired up to read together, play reading games and just enjoyed each other's company. A huge thank you to Mrs. Knight for bringing such great role models to McKinley!!
The Eighth Grade Class headed to Canton Ohio on 2/18/20 with stops at The Pro Football Hall of Fame, The Ida Saxton McKinley House and The First Ladies National Historic Site.
Special Thanks to Sandra Knight for coordinating this field trip with Mr. Cameron Ruff & Mr. Miles Anderson
Click to see some photos.
Skippers are your 2020 Div II NE District Champs for the second year in a row! Congratulations Skippers, nice bowling today. Skippers are headed to STATE!!! Let’s go Skippers!
A huge thank you to Lady Skippers Coach Ed Reed for organizing the annual Hooping For A Cure 1/31/20 Shooting For Sally.
Students, parents, community members and staff participated by shooting 100 foul shots and were sponsored per basket or on a flat rate. All proceeds to benefit Sally Hribar.
Thank you to the Lady Skippers Basketball team for the donation of the OSU helmet coffee maker that was raffled off.
We appreciated food donations from:
St. Anthony Church
We would like to thank the following volunteers:
Coach Hali Butler
Lake Skippers Basketball Team
Mayor Tim Manross
McKinley Elementary PTO
The entire staff and student body at Fairport School.
Lady Skippers Basketball Coach Ed Reed-who coordinated the entire event including the t-shirt orders and donations.
The community of Fairport Harbor once again came together in an amazing way to support our beloved Sally Hribar.