Harding High School English teacher, Susan Tenon, was selected to participate in the NEA Foundation's Global Learning Fellowship, a year-long professional learning experience focused on educating and empowering students for global citizenship. As one of 42 fellows, she is representing the state of Ohio and will enhance her knowledge and skills to integrate global competency into her daily classroom instruction, advocate for global competency at Harding and the FHEVS district, and help students thrive in an increasingly interconnected world.
The fellows immerse themselves in online coursework, webinars, reading and reflection as well as a two-day professional development workshop this fall and a nine-day international field study to South Africa next summer.
In South Africa, they will investigate the historical and cultural context of the country and learn about its education system through meetings with policymakers, business and nonprofit leaders as well as visits to schools to meet teachers, students and administrators.
The fellows will conclude their fellowship with a project that enables their learning to be shared more broadly with educators beyond the program.
**This program is done at no cost to Fairport Harbor Schools**
Harding High School English teacher, Susan Tenon, is a 2021 recipient of an Innovation Circles fellowship from Fund for Teachers. This summer she will be traveling the Alabama portion of the U.S. Civil Rights Trail. When she returns in the fall, she will collaborate with teachers from across the nation to identify problems of practice involving equity and ideate possible solutions by reimagining teaching and learning in her classroom and beyond.
Click here to read more about the Grant.
Please congratulate our Fair Poet Finalists & Winners
Nevaeah Reyes - $100
Kaydence Wiley - $50
Mikayla Lesiak - $25
Hunter Chapdelaine - Regos
Izabella Wood - Regos
Shyli Gibney - Regos
Jordan Eitutis - $175
Morgan Braemer - $100
Maya Hess - $50
Joseph Justinger - NA
Kara McFadden - NA
Lydia Nye - Regos
4TH GRADER, CHLOE PRUEY WINS THE RAYMOND HORN AWARD!
McKinley student Chloe Pruey was chosen as the winner of the Raymond Horn award!. Chloe was chosen for her academic growth over the past few years. She has gained confidence in her reading skills and always puts her best efforts forth! Congratulations to Chloe!
Our very own Mrs. Dibling was nominated and won the Franklin B Walter award for special education! Below is the write up that was submitted for Mrs. Dibling.
Dana Dibling has been an intervention specialist in Fairport Harbor for 14 years. During that time, she has shown a great deal of flexibility and has adapted well to change. She cares deeply about her students and remains committed to providing an exceptional level of service even during periods of school closure. While our buildings were learning remotely, Dana made arrangements with families to continue to provide in-person services. Her dedication to her students is evident in her daily interactions. She has served as a role model to other intervention specialists in the district and is always willing to help her colleagues. Thank you Dana for all that you do!
Yesterday, May 6, 2021 - We celebrated and appreciated our school nurses! Thank you just doesn't seem enough for our healthcare staff in the year of a World Pandemic! School Nurses-Heidi Bodi and Angie Fairbanks have guided our students and staff through a year full of health challenges with grace, kindness, and understanding. THANK YOU!
Congratulations to all!
Prom will be held on Saturday May 8, 2021
King (Gr 12)
Queen (Gr 12)
Prince (Gr 11)
Princess (Gr 11)
Congratulations to the following Semi-Finalists for the Spring 2021 Fair Poet Contest. The poems have been sent on to the judges for final scoring. The assembly will be tentatively held on Friday, May 14. All finalists must be present to read their poems at the assembly. We would like to congratulate everyone who took part in the contest this year. Though you may not be a semi-finalist, we are proud of the poets who submitted their work for consideration. Over 100 poems were submitted. Our 2021 Fair Poet Finalists will be announced the week of May 3.
Middle School Fair Poet Semi-Finalists (In alphabetical order)
High School Fair Poet Semi-Finalists (In alphabetical order)
Students at McKinley Elementary in Grade 5 were sent home today with an Eastern White Pine to plant in celebration of Earth Day!
Plant those trees Fifth-Graders!
Congratulations to Sophia Gregory a third-grade student at McKinley Elementary for winning the Ohio State Fire Marshal Poster Contest.
Fairport Harbor Fire Department visited McKinley Elementary School on 4/19/21 to present Sophia with a new bicycle and her award. Thank you to Fairport Harbor Fire Department!
A huge congrats to our very own Nora Urban. Nora is a student at Auburn Career Center in the Teaching Pathways program. Her children's book made the top 10 in the Educator's Rising program! Her book is creative, and the story and illustrations are top notch. She will be headed (virtually) to Nationals in June. We are all proud of you Nora, way to represent Harding!
From start to finish, it was a beautiful day at Cardina Field and Urbanski Field. Thank you FHS Alumni and the Fairport Harbor Community for coming out to celebrate with us - we sure hope you loved the renovated 🥎 field and all the projects going on. Can't wait to see all the pictures from today! Keep Going Skippers!
On Thursday, March 18, 2021 Mrs. Prosser held the NHS Induction Ceremony for students and their families.
Morgan Braemer Junior
Ryan Chipps Junior
Giovanni Coraretti Junior
Joseph Justinger Junior
Nora Rock Junior
Conner Williams Junior
Emma Coll Senior
Emily Bradac Senior
Maarika Haller Senior
Maya Hess Senior
Jaidin Knipp Senior
Mitchell Myers Senior
Matthew Oravecz Senior
Ashley Pomplas Senior