Fairport Skippers Harding Early College School
2019 Harding Early College Door Decorating Contest
Middle School Student Council Winter Drive 1/24/20 to 2/7/20
Please donate NEW hats, scarves, gloves or socks to be donated to those in need in Lake County. Let's all pitch in and help others!
The A Block with the most donations will receive a donut party!!
For more information contact MS Student Council Advisor Michelle Jurick at MJurick@fhevs.org
On January 27 & 28, Prevention/Intervention Services (LifeAct) will be coming in to present to our students on stress management, depression awareness, and suicide prevention. The assemblies will be broken down by grade level:
A block-grade 6
B block-grade 7
D block-open time for individualized attention as needed
A block-grade 9
B block-grade 10
C block-grade 11/12
D block- open time for individualized attention as needed
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.
Holden University Center-Cost Savings for College Students Wednesday, Jan. 29 6-7 p.m.
The players of the Fairport Skippers Girls’ Basketball Team are hosting a HOOPING FOR THE CURE SHOOT-A-THON on Friday, January 31, 2020. Each participant will shoot 100 free-throws, counting each made shot toward their individual total. As a sponsor, you may pledge an amount per shot made or a lump-sum donation. With your generous pledge, the players will be working toward raising funds for Liver Cancer Awareness and Liver Transplant Awareness. Pledges and lump-sum donations will be collected directly after the event.
All proceeds will go to this year’s recipient, Sally Hribar. Thank you for your generous donation and for your support of the Fairport Skippers Girls’ Basketball Team!
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO MCKINLEY P.T.O.
Click to see more and to print the sponsor sheet.
Click here to get link to order T-shirts and apparel
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
Welcome to the 2019/20 school year! We are fortunate that numerous travel opportunities are made available to students in grades 6-8. This year's trip for students will be to Washington DC, May 13-15, 2020. This three day/two night trip will be $460. Any interested student will be required to submit a NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT of $120 NO LATER THAN September 24, 2019. After the initial deposit, four payments of $85 will be due October 22, November 19, January 14 and February 11. Checks can be made payable to the Fairport Harbor Board of Education and submitted to the high school office. If at any time you have any questions, please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please sign up to receive updates and alerts regarding travel this year by texting @fhdc2020 to 81010
***a few seats remain contact Michelle Jurick for more information*** 1/8/2020
Jesse Srpan, a 2009 Auburn welding graduate and owner
of Raw Iron Choppers, is offering the first-ever back to
back weekend TIG welding motorsports class!
Learn professional TIG welding skills and fabrication techniques from tube bending/frame building, sheet metal work and exhaust fabrication.
Saturday, February 8 & February 22
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
We ask that you arrive no later than 8:30
COST: $300 Per Student
Students will need to wear work boots, long pants
and long sleeves. Students also need to bring a welding helmet and
welding gloves and safety glasses.
Note: This class is geared to the home welder up to the experienced welder.
No School today in celebration of Presidents' Day!
Thank you and Congratulations to the students in grades 3 to 8 that participated in the Spelling Bee today at McKinley Elementary.
Madison Meyers, grade 8, moves on to the next competition-Good Luck Madison as you represent Fairport in the next round!
Shout out to a few FHS students tonight here to read some poems and short tributes to MLK. Left to right: Josiah Cooper, Tai Malone, Zach Falkner, and Julia Smith.
McKinley second grade students held their annual "Living Museum" in celebration of the end of their Unit of Inquiry on Where We Are in Place & Time. As you can see the students dressed as the significant person they researched. They did an amazing job imitating statues until museum visitors "pushed their buttons" for the presentation. It was a wonderful day full of visits from Alexander Graham Bell, Sacajawea, Jane Goodall, Babe Ruth, Georgia O'Keeffe, Abraham Lincoln, Nikola Tesla and many more.
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Thank you to the first-grade teachers and students that presented their Christmas Around The World projects at the January 14, 2020 Board Meeting.
Mrs.Knight and Mrs.Ring along with the Power of The Pen team visited Lake Erie College for a writing event.
Congratulations are in order to our third and fifth grade students who entered the Young Writers' Spooky Sagas Contest. A shout out also goes to Mrs. Koehler for entering the students and assisting them with their writings! Young Writers received 10,000 entries and McKinley Elementary had 36 students stories chosen for publication!! The students work will be published
in Spooky Sagas 2019- Legends From Ohio. A copy of the book containing the students' work will be sent to The Library of Congress in Washington DC! Congratulation to:
Devin Elmore, Christian Dodd, Vincent Catri, Isabella Bustos, Makayla Powalie, Trevor Schaefer,Rosalie Mussig, Brooklyn Wyatt, Lilah Neff, Channing Delgado, Gavin Spaller, Kelsey McKinney, Ava Flerchinger, Mila Bacnik, Peyton Wilson,Elijah Mondville, Brody Rosenlund, Lucy McCauley, Vinny Phelps, Cole Claire, Sabella Burnett, Wesley Rich, Lisette Rigo, Hunter Wilson, Cienna Alvarez, Ella Adams, Grace Sutton, Naomi Jablonski, Deonnie Sentz, Jojo Burton, Kinley Metcalf, Abigail Lewis, Kyla Lester, Natalie Gliesman, Mason Gladding, Ben Fazekas