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Announcements -

Wear Pink on Thrusday in support of Anti-Bullying.

AntiBullying Pledge

First Priority meets every Wednesday after school in room 53. Come check out the music and fellowship of First Priority this Wednesday! All staff and students are invited. First Priority rocks!

District Girls' Volleyball Tournament at Fort Campbell High School:
Thursday, 23 October -
Championship Game at 6:30 PM (Teams will be winners from Tuesday.)

October is Energy Awareness Month, the base utilities department and the Tennessee Valley Authority will be here on Friday, October 24th during lunch to present a display on how to conserve electricity and water as well as green energy alternatives. Stop by their display and see how you can help save the planet!

Red Ribbon WeekNext week, October 27-31, will be Red Ribbon Week. The National Honor Society has planned the following events for the week.

Monday-Distribute Red Ribbon during lst period
Tuesday- Hand print banner during lunch
Wednesday-Alcohol/drug goggles during lunch
Thursday-Duck races during lunch in lobby
Friday-Grim Reaper during lunch

All week
                1.  Fact about drug and alcohol use given in morning report
                2.  Dress theme each day(see below)
                3.  Sell red candy during lunch to be distributed last period on Friday
                4.  Door prizes during lunch

Dress Themes:
     Monday               "Team Up Against Drugs"        Wear favorite team jersey/shirt
     Tuesday               " Give drugs the Boot"            Wear western attire
     Wednesday        "Don't get Mixed Up in Drugs"   Wear mixed and matched clothes
     Thursday             "Lei Off Drugs"                  Wear Hawaiian/flowery shirts and leis
      Friday                    " Red Day"                          Dress in red to raise drug awareness

Bullying Stops HereOctober is National Bully Prevention Month

Bullying is an intentional behavior that hurts, harms, or humiliates someone, either physically or emotionally. It is a serious issue that directly impacts thousands of students every day. As damaging as bullying is, there is hope, because bullying is an issue that can be prevented. When students, parents, educators, and others unite, it means one less student being bullied, one more person speaking out, or another young person knowing that they are not alone.

For more information on how you can help prevent bullying, see the following resources:
• Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center. The end of bullying begins with you. http://www.pacer.org/bullying/
• Cyberbullying: What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children
• Join the "We Will Generation" (a student-led bullying prevention movement uniting peers to create positive inspired change) http://www.pacer.org/bullying/wewillgen/
• Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Bullying and the Child with Special Needs

Essay Contest!!!!
Due: November 6, 2014
Awards: 9th-12th grade students
The essay title will be: What Does Freedom Mean to My Family. There will be a trophy for first place given locally and a second and third place certificate on December 1st. The winners will be sent to National American Legion Auxiliary and the results will not be given until September 2015. Please call or email Jane McKnight 270-498-9692 or email undrtkr3@aol.com if you have any questions.

Seniors: If you are interested in applying for the Tennessee Promise scholarship, you need to apply by Nov. 1 at https://clipslink.guarantorsolutions.com/studentsignon/ This Scholarship pays for tuition and fees at any TN community college, state tech school and 2 year associate programs at APSU and Tennessee State Univ. See Ms Speake for information.

All students and Staff of FCHS are invited to our annual Thanksgiving Feast on Thursday Nov 20th, 2014. You will be served by our FCHS kitchen staff and members of The 96th Aviation Support Battalion. I would also like to extend an invitation to any parents that would like to dine with their student this day as well. The cost for all adults will be $3.25 -cost for visiting Children $2.25.
Thank you,
FCHS Cafeteria Manager

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

Oct 27-31 Red Ribbon Week
Oct 30 School Photo retakes
Nov 10 Progress reports emailed for all students
Nov 20 Thanksgiving Feast!
Dec 1 Progress reports emailed for all students

2014-2015 School Year

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)


All Students have been assigned an account. and can log in at https://dodea.gradespeed.net/pc/studentlogin.aspx

Semester Grade Calculator (Excel Worksheet)


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

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

Immunization Requirements
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.

Get Text messages from FCHS. Text messages are coming to our One Call Now notification system. If you have a text message plan, these messages will be included in that plan; otherwise, standard text message charges apply. If you would like to receive text message notifications, text the word, ALERT, to 22300 or visit us at www.OneCallNow.com/TextAlerts. If you are located in Canada or a U. S. Territory, please text the word RESUME to (937)240-0720. If you are located in a different country, please text the word RESUME to country code +44 793-794-7401.


WILL BE MAY 29, 2015 AT 6 PM


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