Avid Club is this Friday January 30 after school. Please bring your favorite chips and dip!
Antibullying Pink shirt sale MUN will be selling Anti-Bullying Sweatshirts for $20.00 for the next two weeks. Short
and long sleeve t-shirts may also be ordered. Order forms may be picked up in room 18 or click here for order form.
Progress reports were emailed for all students Monday, 1/26.
National Wear Red Day® — the first Friday each February — is our special day to bring attention to this silent killer of women. We encourage everyone to wear red on February 6, raise their voices, know their cardiovascular risk and take action to live longer, healthier lives.
Attention Class of 2015!
Herff Jones will visit Fort Campbell High School for the last time on February 11, 2015 to take orders for senior caps and gowns senior memorabilia. Hurry! Graduation is rapidly approaching!!
Seniors! It's back. It's back! It's back!! Starting Monday 2/2, the senior dues table will be set up in the Commons during lunch periods. If you have not paid your dues, we need you to pay...even a partial payment. Our activities are limited because of our lack of funding, so please support your senior class. Also, tee shirt designs will be selected and sizes will be collected next week, so visit the table seniors. Let's make 2015 a good year!
The Terra Nova will be given to all 9th graders February 23-27.
The 9th grade testing window for the Terra Nova standardized test for this school year will run from 23 through 27 February 2015. FCHS will be administering the tests at various times throughout the testing window beginning Monday, 23 February, and ending on Friday, 27 February. It is very important that all students are at school on time during this timeframe. Students have prepared all year and they are ready to show what they know! Please remind students to be on time for testing groups and encourage them to do their best work on the assessment. Students should be sure to eat a good breakfast and to get plenty of sleep each night. We want every student to be in attendance for this very important assessment.
"The Food Initiative in Clarksville is looking to hire 9th-11th grade students to work this summer. Students will learn how to grow organic fruits and vegetables for local hunger relief agencies. Students are paid a stipend of $800 for the month. Students are asked to participate for four weeks either in the month of June and/or the month of July. A representative will be at Fort Campbell HS on February 6th from 1100-1300 in Commons. Please see Mr Strait (Asst. Principal) if you need help with the application."
Attention Juniors, Murray State University is pleased to announce the Commonwealth Honors Academy held June 6 through June 27, 2015. For three weeks, students will be sharing an interdisciplinary living-learning environment with other High School Juniors from the Murray State's service region. Upon completion of the Academy, students will
* Receive six (6) hours of university studies credit.
* Have the opportunity to take six (6) additional hours of tuition-free university courses at Murray State University during their senior year.
* Be awarded a 4-year, $2,000 per year housing scholarship, to Murray State University.
* The only cost is $195 tuition-processing fee. (PLEASE NOTE: Fee is waived for student receiving free/reduced student lunch, or ACT Fee Waiver).
Juniors must meet the following qualifications in order to apply:
*Completed the junior year of high school.
* A composite ACT of approximately 25 (or equivalent on the SAT, PSAT, or PLAN) and a 3.5 GPA on the 4.0 scale.
* Other credentials, such as community involvement, class rank, and teacher recommendations re taken into consideration in the selection process.
Applications can be picked up in Guidance or downloaded at http://www.murraystate.edu/cha. Please see Ms. Hunter for questions.
The student application deadline is March 1, 2015 (postmarked).
COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE LETTERS;
Seniors when you receive a letter of acceptance from a college, please bring Mrs. Speake at copy which is needed for a final graduation report - we also like to announce where seniors have been accepted.
SENIORS: If you are planning on attending college
this fall, you need to submit your Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 in order
to receive the maximum amount of aid for
which you are eligible.
College Goal can help you with
the FAFSA process. Come to a FREE session
near you to get one-on-one help filling out
the FAFSA and let our financial aid experts
answer any questions you may have about
the financial aid process.
Visit www.kasfaa.com for a
complete list of event dates
and locations or follow
College Goal KY 2015
College Goal TN 2015
FCHS Mission Statement
Educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
FCHS Vision Statement
FCHS is an energetic community, igniting the imagination and inspiring a life-long passion for learning.
FCHS Belief Statements
- A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
- Learning is a life-long process.
- Students learn best when actively engaged in the learning process.
- Successful education requires the collective effort of the student, parent, staff, and community. In honesty, integrity, and responsible behavior.
Mark Your Calendars
||Lifelines Suicide Prevention Training for students - special schedule
||Reality Store for Freshmen
||Terra Nova test administered to 9th graders
||AP Test Dates for Spring 2015.
|May 29, 2015
||GRADUATION, 6 PM
AT THE APSU DUNN CENTER.
Course Registration Materials
2014 2015 Course Selection Sheet (2 pgs, pdf)
2014 2015 Course Guide ( 40 pgs, pdf)
DoDEA Course Descriptions
DoDEA Virtual High school Courses.
2014 - 2015 Student Handbook
FCHS Dress Code 2014-2015(PDF)
FCHS Discipline Policy 2014-2015(PDF)
Army JROTC December Newsletter - click here.
GRADESPEED FOR STUDENTS
All Students have been assigned an account. and can log in at https://dodea.gradespeed.net/pc/studentlogin.aspx
Semester Grade Calculator (Excel Worksheet)
GRADESPEED FOR PARENTS
GRADESPEED FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
For 24 hour access to student grades and attendance the parent link for Gradespeed is http://dodea.gradespeed.net Parents must apply for an account. Click here for the Gradespeed brochure for parents.
History Tutoring: Monday & Wednesday, Rm 21, 2:45-3:45
English Tutoring: Monday & Wednesday, Rm 21, 2:45-3:45
Science Tutoring: Mon, Wed, & Thurs, Rm 10, 2:45 - 3:45
Math Tutoring: Mon, Wed, & Thurs, Rm 30, 2:45 - 3:45
Morning Math: Mon, Tues, & Wed, Rm 32, 6:30am - 7:15am
Computer/Technology: Wed & Thrus, Rm 4, 2:45 - 3:45
More for Parents
The Free and Reduce meal online application is now available at www.LunchApplication.com
To Prepay for Lunch online, go to www.lunchprepay.com
Parents please be sure to update your child's immunizations as needed during the summer.
Remember, DoDEA requires a second Meningococcal vaccine at the age of 16. When
vaccines are updated, please send a copy of the immunization certificate to the school nurse.
Students returning this fall who need immunizations must show documentation of all
required vaccines. If vaccines are needed, your child will have 10 days to satisfy the
requirements before being disenrolled.
Transcript Request Procedures:http://www.dodea.edu/students/transcripts.cfm