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Commencement will be held in the HS gymnasium at 7pm

FFA Updates

Fredericktown FFA Chapter Competes in Ashland Invitational

Fredericktown FFA Competes in State Equine Judging Competition

Fredericktown FFA Competes in State Wildlife Competition

Fredericktown FFA Competes in State General Livestock Competition

Fredericktown FFA Participates in Knox County Envirothon

Fredericktown FFA Hosts Annual Banquet

Fredericktown FFA Team is named State ENR Champions!

Blood drive

 

Dear Parents/Guardian,

We need your help!! The big community blood drive is this Wednesday and we still have lots of open times. This is a scholarship drive so you are helping the students and also saving lives. Each pint of blood collected has the potential to help up to three hospital patients in need. Your student will also get a prizes and a certificate for helping! The American Red Cross values your time and donation so we have committed a lot more staff this year to make sure that the collection wait times are as short as possible and your donation will go smoothly. Please schedule today by calling 1-800 RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or by visiting RedCrossBlood.org, sponsor code Fredericktown HS.

Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award

Senior Aislynn Ray, center, pictured with other Knox County students, was recognized at the Knox County Exchange Club luncheon in Mount Vernon for the annual ACE (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) Award. This award recognizes students who have made a dramatic change in high school and have overcome challenges. Congratulations Aislynn! Awards Picture

Fredericktown Schools is operating on a 2 HOUR DELAY

Open Enrollment

Fredericktown Local Schools will be accepting applications for open enrollment beginning Monday, April 2, 2018 thru Monday, May 15, 2018.  For further infor please contact the Administration Office with any questions 740-694-2956.

For more information, click here.

FFA Updates

Fredericktown FFA Speaks their Way to State

Fredericktown FFA Chapter Competes in Marysville Invitational

Fredericktown FFA Practices Sales Techniques

Fredericktown FFA Competes at Mount Gilead Nature & Wildlife Invitational

Fredericktown FFA Takes place in Mount Gilead Equine Invitational

Fredericktown FFA Competes in Invitational General Livestock Contest

Fredericktown FFA Competes in County Public Speaking

Fredericktown FFA Members compete in Chapter Creed Contest

Fredericktown FFA Takes Third Place in District Ag Power Diagnostics

Fredericktown Schools is operating on a 2 Hour Delay

Fredericktown Jr./Sr. H.S. Musical Theatre All Aboard For Broadway
Band Boosters: Italian Dinner Feb. 2nd 5:00-7:00PM Italian Dinner
President's Day - February 19, 2018

School will be in session on President's Day, February 19, 2018

College Sense Selective College Admissions & ACT Prep Seminar

College Sense Selective College Admissions

and ACT Preparation Seminar

Tuesday, February 13, 2018, from 8:15 am to 2:45 pm,

at Fredericktown High School in the Old High School Gym

Course Handbook

Click here to download the 2018-19 High School Course Handbook 

Kiwanis Club awards Turner

Turner

 

Senior Leah Turner, pictured second from right, was recognized by the Knox County Kiwanis Club on Monday, January 8, for being one of the top students in her class. Leah has over a 4.0 GPA and plans to attend North Central State College after graduation. Congratulations, Leah!

Scheduling Night

Parents/Students, 

We are holding our annual High School Scheduling Night on Wednesday, January 17th from 5:00-8:00PM in the high school gymnasium. Parents and students are invited to attend the event to discuss their student's future courses with staff. We will have high school staff organized by departments so that you can meet with them regarding any questions or expectations for courses. 

Mandatory CCP Meeting 2018

Interested in taking College Credit Plus (CCP) classes for next year? There will be a mandatory meeting about CCP on January 17 from 6-7 p.m. in the High School Commons for students and parents. This is required even if you attended last year. Representatives from COTC, OSU, MVNU and NCSC will be available to discuss options for students and a variety of considerations for participation in the program will be discussed. CCP intent forms are due to the guidance office by April 1 to participate for the 2018-19 school year (click here for form). This form is required for any CCP class taken in and/or out of FHS.

Student & Staff Volleyball Tournament

Date: Thursday, December 7th - 7-10 pm
12 teams competing for the championship
Admission: $3
Concessions available

 

Registration deadline: November 30th December 4th
Registration fee: $15 (6-member teams)
Registration forms: Room 412

Volleyball

Kiwanis Good Citizen Luncheon

Senior Aislynn Ray, center, was recognized Monday at the Kiwanis Good Citizen Luncheon in Mount Vernon. Biannually, each county school nominates a student who gives back to their school and community. Aislynn assumed the responsibility for photographing many games and activities to support her fellow students and she also provides great leadership to her yearbook class, all while having a positive attitude. We are proud Aislynn is a Freddie!

Award picture

FFA Updates

Fredericktown FFA Meets the Standards for a Business Meeting

Fredericktown FFA competes in County Job Interview Competition

Fredericktown FFA Attends National FFA Convention

Fredericktown FFA competes in County Forestry Contest

Fredericktown FFA excels at County Soils Contest

Fredericktown FFA members attended the Farm Science Review

Fredericktown FFA Advances to State Forestry Competition

Fredericktown FFA Wins District Urban Soils Contest

Fredericktown Urban Soils team Headed for another National Contest!

FHS Varsity Show

We’re excited to announce that we are now accepting ticket orders for Varsity Show 2017! If you’ve never seen our Varsity Show, you are truly missing out on a one-of-a-kind experience. In addition to rock concert lighting and effects, these performances put the audience up close and personal with members of the FHS Marching Band while enjoying a full season’s worth of songs played in one night! Here’s the need-to-know info for our Varsity Show 2017!

When:

Friday, November 10th – 7:00pm

Saturday, November 11th – 7:00pm

Sunday, November 12th – 5:30pm

Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance

Where:

Fredericktown Elementary Commons

Cost:

$5 General Admission

How to order tickets:

Email FHSVarsityShow@gmail.com the following information:

1. Name

2. How many tickets AND for which night(s)

3. Please specify how you want to pick up/pay for your tickets:

       - Will-Call (pay night-of)

       - Student Take-Home (send money with student-specify which student)

       - Pick up at Band Office (pay when you pick them up)

Drama Club Performance

Drama Club Performance. November 2, 3, 4 @ 7:30PM

ACT Seminar

Fredericktown High School will again host a comprehensive ACT and college admissions seminar for our students for just $20 each on December 4. The price includes the seminar, a textbook, lunch, and online testing access after the session. Similar programs costs hundreds of dollars per student. Please register in the guidance office by November 29.  More information will be sent home with students soon. Also, the on time registration deadline for the December 9 ACT isNovember 3. Please visit www.actstudent.org to register for the ACT. It makes perfect sense to take this class and then take the ACT less than a week later! In addition, the ACT will be required, free of charge, to all 11th grade students later this year and will take place during the school day.

Parent Lockdown Information

Parents are encouraged to read the attached information sheet from Superintendent Matt Chrispin regarding annual lockdown drills and procedures.

FAFSA Parent Meeting

A college financial aid advisor will be at FHS on Tuesday, October 24 from 6-7 pm in the MS/HS Library to discuss the financial aid process and answer questions for seniors and parents about submitting the form. Other grade levels are also welcome to attend!

Applications for National Honor Society

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Applications are now being accepted for membership into Fredericktown High School's chapter of the National Honor Society. If you have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and have evidence of leadership, outstanding character, and service to your community, please stop by Mrs. Stump’s room 320 to pick up an application. Applications are due September 29.

FHS Getting an Ohio Historical Marker

Superintendent Matt Chrispin announced the Local History Service Department at the Ohio History Connection approved Fredericktown Local Schools’ application for an Ohio Historical Marker. In addition, the district was one of ten applicants to receive a $750 grant to be applied towards the historical marker.

A total of 31 applications for grants were received, so the competition was significant. FFA emblem The bronze marker will be titled ‘Home of the FFA Jacket’ and highlight the district’s iconic contribution to the national organization. A dedication ceremony will be held at a date to be determined in May 2018 at Fredericktown High School.

Board President Candi Gallagher remarked, “The Fredericktown Board of Education is very excited and honored to be selected for this historical marker to commemorate the “Home of the FFA Jacket.” Our chapter is a strong and vital part of our school and community. We are very proud of Dr. Gus Lintner, who as the Fredericktown FFA advisor, created the famous blue corduroy jacket that his members of the then FFA Band, and part of the local Chapter wore to their Kansas City Convention.”

Attendance Quick Facts

It is important for every student to attend school every day. Missing too much school has long-term, negative effects on students, such as lower achievement and graduation rates. In December 2016, the Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 410 to encourage and support a preventative approach to excessive absences and truancy. Fredericktown Local Schools is implementing the changes required by House Bill 410, which is encompassed in detail in the Student/Parent Handbook. Click here to download the quick facts.

Knox County College Fair Night

College Fair

The Knox County College Fair Night will take place on September 18 from 6:30-8 pm at the Kenyon Athletic Center in Gambier. It's a great time for high school students to visit more than 60 college representatives and learn important information while furthering their college search.

ASVAB Testing

Attention 10th, 11th and 12 grade students! If you wish to take the ASVAB, please sign up in the guidance office. The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. Students can also take this test who want general information about careers that may interest them regardless of their interest in the military. The test will take place in the morning on September 26 at the old high school and it is free!

PSAT

Sophomore and Junior Students: It’s time to sign up for the PSAT/NMSQT! Cost is $16, payable in the guidance office by September 20. The test will take place at the Administrative Offices (old HS) on October 11.

The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a standardized test administered by the College Board and cosponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). The scores from the PSAT/NMSQT are used to determine eligibility and qualification for the National Merit Scholarship Program. Not only does the PSAT help prepare students to take the SAT or ACT, the PSAT can also open the door to National Merit Scholarships and other awards. With $180 million dollars in scholarships awarded to students who achieve high scores on the PSAT, how a student performs on this exam can help determine scholarship money for the future. Only Junior scores will count towards the National Merit Scholarship Program.

For more information and practice tests, visit: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10

Cafeteria Charge Policy

The food service department is pleased to offer breakfast and lunch to all students. Applications for free or reduced priced meals are available at each school office and on the school web site www.fredericktownlocalschools.com. Applications may be filled out ANY time during the school year!

We understand that occasionally a child may forget his/her lunch money therefore we allow students to charge a meal under the following guidelines:

Click here to download

FHS Alumni Association Banquet Held

Please visit the Knox County Citizen for an article on the recent banquet held for the FHS Alumni Association.

2017-18 School Supply List

Click here to download the School Supply list for this fall