Fairport Skippers Harding Early College School
Click to find out more information and ordering instructions for your 18/19 yearbook.
You must order online and the deadline is strictly August 1, 2019.
See Mrs. Kazsmer for more information.
Open Enrollment for Kindergarten is closed & Full for the 2019/2020 school year
Spring Screening Sessions have concluded.
If you live in Fairport Harbor, call the Board Of Education at 440-354-5400 ext 102 for registration information.
Residents-Click Here to register your student.
August 21- Screening 8:00-3:00 (ONLY BY APPOINTMENT if need further screening)
August 22 (Kindergarten Phase-In Girls ONLY) 8:20-3:00
August 23 (Kindergarten Phase-In Boys ONLY) 8:20-3:00
August 26 ALL Kindergarten students start – 8:00-3:00
Personal Hygiene Products & Toiletries
For Our Skipper Families
Our Interact Club & Ms. Becky are coordinating the Care Closet, it is a private way for students to get supplies they need, when they are needed, without a sense of shame or embarrassment. We are always accepting donations at the Harding Office.
Shampoo, lotions, feminine hygiene products, deodorant, mouthwash, hair gel, chapstick, toothpaste, socks, underwear, travel or regular sized items accepted.
*Students needing to visit the Harding Care Closet should see Mrs. Rumbarger or Mrs. Fischer*
Harding MS/HS Open House - August 15, 2019, 6-8 p.m.
Harding Fall Sports Meeting - August 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.
McKinley Back to School Bash - August 20, 2019, from 4-6 p.m.
Meet the Skippers @ Harding - August 20, 2019 - 6 p.m.
Free Community Concert “The Stray” performing at the Harding gymnasium - August 20, 2019 - 7:15 p.m.
August 21 First day for Students grades 1-12
August 22 Kindergarten Phase-in Girls only report 8:20-3:00
August 23 Kindergarten Phase-in Boys only report 8:20-3:00
August 26 All Kindergarten students start at 8:00-3:00
Students and Staff gathered at the Fairport Senior Center May 20, 2019 to celebrate the 13th annual Inspiring Excellence/Hamilton Awards! Thank you to Kris Yano at the senior center, Frankie's Catering and The Fairport Harbor Academic Boosters for judging the essay contest.
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Mrs. Toomey the high school art teacher collaborated with Susan Johnson/Lynch a local author who is writing a children's (7) book series called "Needs a Home". The basis of the series is that there were 7 animals in her life that needed homes so she adopted them as pets. The stories are fun and described the animals' personalities but they also teach the responsibilities of how to care for them. Susan chose 8 students' artwork to be in her books that should be released next year. These student's names will be acknowledged in the book credits and the students can include this publication on their resumes when they graduate. Congratulations to:
Maarika Haller, Matthew Oravecz, Jennifer Soria, Tierny Degidio, Morgan Braemer, Kiki Dambolena, Shyli Gibney and Kaylynn Clasing. Susan stated Kaylynn Clasing had the most illustrations chosen and her professional quality drawings included all 7 of the animals. Susan also mentioned how much she liked Tyler Clasing's sheep drawing, and she may end up using it!
Thank you to all students who participated and Mrs. Toomey for coordinating this opportunity for our students. Look for "Needs a Home" children's book series by Susan Johnson/Lynch next year.
Click to see the drawings.
Be on the lookout around Fairport Harbor Village for fish out of water!
Giovanny Ramirez, Jordan Cogswell, Maarika Haller, Jennifer Soria, and Emma McBride created very special fish for this "FISH OUT OF WATER" outdoor art show.
Congratulations to: 1st place Maarika Haller & 2nd place Kiana Dambolena, and 3rd place Tierny Degidio for receiving the VFW Young American Creative Patriot Art Awards.
A special thank you to Dan Sherwood of the VFW, we appreciate your support.
The Fair Poet Assembly for the Spring Contest took place on May 14, 2019. This was the 5th Fair Poet awards ceremony. Fair Poet has become more than we could have imagined when we started this contest in 2017. What started as originally a celebration of the study of poetry in our schools quickly became an avenue to celebrate creative expression in its many forms. Students, parents, staff, and administrators in attendance each heard poems from a group of students who all walk different paths in life, but whose creative purpose was unified through poetry. Those in attendance enjoyed various musical performances from the band, and many artists and writers were also honored at the assembly.
For more details please visit FHEVS.org, Activities, Fairpoet