Fowler USD #225
January 2022 Newsletter
As we move into winter and the weather continues to change, announcements related to weather, school closures or delays, and/or the use of mud routes will be communicated through our district app, Facebook page, news outlets, or the district website. The fastest way to receive alerts related to weather is through our district app.
The school app is used to communicate changes in schedules, school closings, and other important announcements and reminders. Please download this app by searching for "Fowler Schools USD 225" in your App Store. Be sure to enable notifications. All school closures and cancellations will be communicated through this app.
This app, as well as our school Facebook feed, both link to the homepage of our school website as well. You can find us at www.usd225.org.
Our school utilizes a Google calendar that you can sync to the calendar on your phone. When events are updated within the school calendar, it will automatically update on your personal calendar. You can also click to view the most current calendar on both our school website and our school app. The link (below) is also included in our newsletter every month.
Fowler Unified School District 225
2022 Board of Education Members
T.J. Milford - President
Jared Weber - Vice-President
Jeff Zortman (Joining January of 2022)
Wildly Important Goal Celebration
Student Presentations to the Board of Education
Elementary participants were Chase McDowell, Anthony Mendoza, Morgan Gainey, and Bailey Padgett. Middle school participants were Micah McDowell, Makenna Smith, and Jody Varnell.
January 2022 Breakfast Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider - Menus are subject to change
January 2022 Lunch Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider - Menus are subject to change
Civic Engagement in December
Kansas State Department of Education's definition for civic engagement is Individuals sharing their skills and knowledge through actions intended to improve communities, states, nations, the world, and themselves. Fowler USD 225, in alignment with the state of Kansas's goals, emphasizes civic engagement as a critical component of a quality education. These examples highlight some recent civic engagement opportunities at FHS.
The high school business class co-planned Santa's visit to Fowler in collaboration with the Fowler Community Alliance. These students were joined by middle school student council members on the day of the event to assist with the activities.
The middle school student council held a bake sale to raise money for a regional Christmas toy drive as a community service project.
FHS students collaborated with students and administrators from the other schools in the Santa Fe Trail League to generate ideas for events to be hosted at Fowler in the spring to further expand the offerings of our league. In the photo below, students are conferencing with the president of the league via Zoom.
Jr. High & High School Quarter Reward
Bryce McDowell, Jody Varnell, Henry Tacha, Natalie Ingram, Jordy Padgett, Saul Mendoza, Kasen Faurot, Brenna Faurot, Maddison Durbin, Eddy Mendoza, Makenna Smith, Micah McDowell, Colt Dizmang, Alex Zortman, Eliana Zortman, Joselyn Romesburg, Isabella Valdes, Elijah Zortman, James Littlewood, & Abby Zortman
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