Fair Haven Union High School “The Weekday Web”
PARENTS / GUARDIANS / STUDENTS: Announcements appear every day that school is in session @ 5 a.m.
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This Day In History: WORLD WAR II Monument Opens in Washington, D.C.
Announcements to be read on WEDNESDAY – APRIL 29, 2015
ALL Students MUST ENTER Through FRONT DOOR! TY
PLEASE NOTE: FHUHS is a PEANUT / NUT AWARE FACILITY
Please DO NOT OPEN any Peanut / Nut / Peanut Butter Containing Products
(These can trigger a LIFE THREATENING Allergic Reaction in some People)
LUNCH DUTY 4/27, 28, 29, 30, 5/1:
A. (11:32-11:52) Fitzgerzald B. (11:56-12:15) Tanner C: (12:19-12:39) Luzer
HOMEWORK SUCCESS PROGRAM DUTY 4/ 27, - , 29, 30, 5/1 (3:10 – 3:50) – Mr. Wilson/Mrs. Sanders
BREAKFAST / LUNCH: REMEMBER to Deposit Money in your BREAKFAST / LUNCH Account – TY
NOTE: Parents / Guardians will have 2 methods to fund their student’s account:
1) Go to: http://ift.tt/19EscL3 – You may set up an online account using a Credit / Debit card to make deposits into your student’s account.
2) You may send a check with your student made payable to the Fair Haven School Lunch Program.
Please include the student’s name in the Memo line. Cash will also be accepted, however this does slow the lines.
OMELET REQUESTS: Must be ordered
ONE day ahead please. TY
NOTICE: As of Friday - 4/24: STUDENTS were
NO LONGER ALLOWED
to CHARGE Lunch
We ask that ALL ACCOUNTS be settled by MAY 1
FRESH PICKS CAFÉ – District Link: Fresh Picks Site – MENUS (http://ift.tt/1hlMSgH)
We are constantly adding new information to our Website! Please take time to learn about our Food Service Program and access up to the minute information. TY for visiting.
Wednesday – 4/29: Tasty Favorite: Lazy Lasagna, Dinner Roll, Caesar Salad, Fruit Cocktail
Thursday – 4/30: Build It Your Way: Burger on a Bun w/Fixings, Tater Tots, Roasted Parsnips, Chips
AFTER SCHOOL DRIVER EDUCATION:
May / June After School Driver Education deadline is WEDNESDAY - 5/13. Applications are available in Guidance.
AFTER SCHOOL LIBRARY SERVICES (3-5:30 p.m.) & HOMEWORK SUCCESS PROGRAM:
For information about After School & Homework Success Program – look here! After School Program Info
The LIBRARY will be CLOSED Tuesday afternoon (5/5) due to a Faculty Meeting.
Open Wednesday for our usual hours – 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m..
ART EXHIBIT / CHAFFEE ART CENTER NEWS:
Important Dates: Until May 30: Show open to view during gallery hours!*
*GALLERY HOURS: Thursday / Friday: 12 – 6 p.m. – Saturday: 12 – 5 p.m..
LOCATION: Chaffee Art Center, 16 South Main Street – Rutland, VT
THANK YOU for Your Support!
JAZZ BAND meets on TUESDAY & FRIDAY mornings @ 7:30 a.m..
JAZZ Combo meets on THURSDAY mornings @ 7:30 a.m..
POPS CONCERT: FRIDAY - May 1 at 6:30 p.m.. MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW!
BASKET RAFFLE – HOSTED BY FHUHS FRENCH CLUB:
Mark your calendars! Coming SATURDAY – May 16 at the FH American Legion – 72 South Main Street!
Doors open at 11 a.m. – DRAWING begins at 1 p.m.. Stay tuned here for more information as the date gets closer! TY for your support.
The Spring Chorus Concert will be held on WEDNESDAY – MAY 13 at 6:30 p.m.. FREE Mark Your Calendar!
Rehearsals: 4/29 (WED) – Period 5 (C Block) – KeyNotes Women / Period 6 – Honors Choir / Period 8 – Concert Choir
Rehearsals: 5/6 (WED) – Period 1 – Concert Choir / Period 6 – Honors Choir
Rehearsals: 5/7 (THU) – Period 5 (C Block) – KeyNotes Men / Period 4 – Honors Choir
Rehearsals: 5/11 (MON) – Period 1 – Concert Choir / Period 7 – 5 Day
Rehearsals: 5/13 (WED) – Period 1 – Concert Choir / Period 2 – 5 Day / Period 3 - Keynotes
CHROMEBOOK NEWS: Learn more here: http://bit.ly/fhu1to1
NOTE: CHARGE battery EVERY EVENING – be READY for Class!
ART CLUB: Will not be meeting today (4/29). See you next week!
SCHOLARS BOWL News: Has participated in the NAQT National Small School tournament (held in Atlanta, GA the weekend of April 24).
FHU CHEER TEAM:
Are hosting a CAR WASH to help raise $ for Cheerleading Camp and Tumbling Equipment. SATURDAY – May 2 and SATURDAY – June 6 @ Gilmore Home Center in Castleton, VT from 9 – 2 p.m.. $6 Small Vehicles / $10 Large Vehicles
FHUHS Guidance Department The Website is updated regularly! Please visit soon!
ATTENTION SENIORS: Local Scholarships are arriving regularly. Check out the website at
SCHOLARSHIPS or come to Guidance for applications.
It's not too early to be thinking about SUMMER PROGRAMS. You can find a wide variety of programs through colleges and organizations. A list of options can be found at: Summer
FHU Card Catalog: http://ift.tt/1hlMTRG
For information about the Homework Success Program, please follow this link: http://ift.tt/1hlMTRJ
ebooks & audiobooks!
Now available on LIBRARY Homepage
Scroll down to Follett Shelf for a list of our ebooks and audiobooks
(there are over 100!)
Your username is your school email (first name.last name) and your password is slaters.
Books can be accessed from school or remote locations – anywhere the Internet is available.
Includes such popular titles as The Fault in Our Stars, The Best of Me, and 13 Little Blue Envelopes.
See the display case in the Library for a partial listing of titles (from remote locations – go to fhuhs.org, then Departments, then Library. Scroll down to Follett Shelf).
MUSIC BOOSTERS: April Showers bring May Flowers!
The Music Boosters are selling golf umbrellas with FHUHS emblem for $20! Contact Jackie Perry if you want one! 265-3213
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION:
25 students will be inducted into the Matthew Lyon Chapter of the NHS on MONDAY – May 4 at 7 p.m. in the Band Room. As always, you are all invited to attend the ceremony. Please congratulate these students on their achievement:
1. McKenzie Apjohn
2. Kristian Bruce
3. Hunter Buxton
4. Charles Cacciatore
5. Elizabeth Cates
6. Cassidy Childs
7. Kaylee Ann Cormia
8. Claudia Cousineau
9. Cara Cummings
10. Beccalyn Dugan
11. Abigail Ferrara
12. Aimee Fortier
13. Sophia Hadeka
14. Rebecca Heibler
15. Charlotte Kearns
16. Lauren Langlois
17. Erin Langmaid
18. Emmaline Lipka
19. Molly Marcy
20. Nicole McCardle
21. Samantha Morse
22. Kaitlyn Pellerin
23. Keilani Pellerin
24. Brooklynn Savage
25. Abigail Wright
NURSE NOTES: Check out the Nurse Office page here: Nurse's Office
PAYING IT FORWARD WITH WOODWORKING:
In this class, we have made it our goal to spend some time working on projects to benefit others. With our knowledge of woodworking, we will complete projects and put them up for sale for the community to bid on. We will then take that money and donate it to a NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) of our choice.*
The projects we are working on are mainly unfinished projects from previous years. Our goal is to finish these projects to their full potential.
We have researched many Non-Profit Organizations to see which ones put most of their money toward their program, have high ratings, and we think are great causes to donate to.
As a reminder, any money raised from the sale of these 2 items will be donated to the *New England Homeless Veterans Foundation. TY for your interest and support for this class fundraising activity.
If you are interested in any of our items – you may place a bid by emailing one of the following addresses:
We would like to notify everyone that the LAST DAY to bid on the table and nightstand, on display in the Main Lobby is
Thursday – April 30.
The hardwood table has a current bid of $50 – and the nightstand has a bid of $25.
Both of these can also be seen in the Trophy Case
in the Lobby. TY
in the Lobby. TY
We are collecting pictures for the SLIDE SHOW! Please send your pictures to: email@example.com as soon as possible! If you have any questions contact Michele Perry at 265-8810. TY
SENIOR PROM TICKETS / Class of 2015:
Tickets are on sale – STARTING Monday 5/11 – Friday 5/22.
See Savanna or Elly for purchase. TY $30 single / $50 Couple
RELAY FOR LIFE / AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY:
Robin Crowningshield is selling Luminaries to help with fund raising. They are $5 each. (Luminaries are bags that you can decorate – or even just put a name on. It can be people who have passed from cancer or for Survivors). A candle will be placed in them on the evening of June 20 at the Rutland Fair Grounds. The ones she has right now need to be decorated by you. You may pick the bags up in her office – or if you e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org she will bring them to you within the building. Thank you for your support.
SLATE VALLEY COMMUNITY CHORUS INVITE:
If you have questions – or would like to join – feel free to contact Mr. Wilkin at 802-265-4966 x 254 or SVCommunityChorus@gmail.com
SLATE VALLEY RAIL TRAIL RACE:
On Saturday – 5/2- the FHUHS “CLASS OF 2018” is hosting the FIRST EVER rail trail race – beginning at CSC – and ending at Taps Tavern on Main Street in Poultney, VT! Please join us for this fun event! Free T-Shirt! Sign up here! Eventbrite SLATE VALLEY RAIL TRAIL Race Check out Facebook.com/jackiephillips for race updates!
SPORTS: Weekly Sports Schedules can be seen here:
UP TO THE MINUTE CHANGES will be listed here: http://ift.tt/1hlMTRN
NOTE: These listings are subject to change without notice – please check the “Up To The Minute Changes” above, or contact Pierre Cotton - Activities Coordinator at: email@example.com
Sports are subject to change due to weather at any time after this listing has gone to print.
Wednesday – 4/29:
TRACK & FIELD Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. /Track
JV BB Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Baseball Field
JV SOFTBALL Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Softball Field
GOLF MATCH vs Otter Valley @ Neshobe Golf (AWAY) / Depart 2:15 p.m. – Tee Time 3:30 p.m.
TENNIS Match vs Mt. Anthony (AWAY) / Depart 1 p.m. / Match Time 3:30 p.m.
VARSITY SOFTBALL & BASEBALL @ Mt. Anthony (AWAY) / Leave 1:45 p.m. – Games 4:30 p.m.
Thursday – 4/30:
JV & VARSITY BB Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Baseball Field
GOLF Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. /Whitehall
TENNIS Practice / 3:30 – 6 p.m. / CSC
JV & VARSITY SOFTBALL Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Softball Field
Friday – 5/1:
TRACK & FIELD Practice / 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Track
JV BB / SOFTBALL @ Mill River (AWAY) / 3 p.m. Start / Leave at 1:45 p.m.
GOLF MATCH Practice @ Whitehall / 3:30 – 6 p.m.
TENNIS MATCH vs Rutland (AWAY) / 3:30 – 6 p.m.
VARSITY SOFTBALL & BB vs Mill River (HOME) / FHU Fields
STAFFORD TECHNICAL CENTER NEWS CAST:
Live every WEDNESDAY @ 11:40 a.m. Here is the link to the live feed: Stafford Technical Center Live Feed
GREETERS: Lake Help Needed
From Memorial Day Until Labor Day. Weekend Hours Only. am / pm shifts
Mandatory Training Session required. May 16th 9:30 - 11 a.m.
email: Bob.firstname.lastname@example.org (if seriously interested)!
See Mrs. Ransom with any other questions.
To be held here at FHU (Mrs. Sheldon FACS room) on Mondays from 4:30- 5:30 p.m..
HATHA YOGA: A combination of breath-work & physical postures (asanas) designed to improve health and well-being. ALL EXPERIENCE levels are welcome! COST - By Donation (Students are free). Taught by E.B. Sheldon-Morris RYT-200. For more info email email@example.com. We hope to see you!
ATTENTION All Students & Faculty: Please submit FINAL PAYMENT for your Yearbook by
Friday – May 22, 2015 to Mrs. Ransom. Cash or Check (FHU) welcome. If for some reason you can’t remember what you owe – please email Mrs. Ransom at: firstname.lastname@example.org
FACULTY / STAFF:
FACULTY / STAFF MEETING: There will be a meeting in the Library on Tuesday – May 5 @ 3:15 p.m.. See you there!
WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE: Mrs. Phillips will be holding a 6 week weight loss challenge (to give the nurses a break) starting FRIDAY - 4/24 - for anyone interested! The cost to join is $10. Payments may be made up to Friday - 5/1. No Pay - No Play!! Final weigh in will be Friday - 6/5. Send her an e-mail (email@example.com) or come down to the Office if interested. A little $ incentive is all we need to lose those unwanted pounds from the winter!!!
FIRST weigh in was Friday – 4/24! There will be a digital scale in the Conference Room.