The Skipper Scoop

Week of May 4th, 2020

SKIPPER NATION

Happy Star Wars day to all you Skippers out there.I hope you enjoyed the weekend and spent some time outside. It's Teacher Appreciation Week and there has never been a time where we have appreciated our teachers more. They put together remote learning platforms overnight! They have refined lessons, adjusted office hours, read stories aloud, and even made music videos. Thanks Harding teachers, you inspire us all!


Thanks to James Clark from Rego's Brickhouse for helping feed our teacher's families an awesome meal this week. Not only is their food amazing, Mr. Clark and his generous spirit helps make Fairport the special place it is, thank you.



Be well!

Mrs. Rumbarger

Congrats!

Congratulations to our very own Azlyn Nelson. Azlyn won the Northeastern Ohio Chemical Society poetry contest as an 8th grader! The poem "Expired" will now go to the next level. Enjoy the powerful poem ⚓️BIG NEWS!! Skippers!!⚓️


Each year as part of Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW), American Chemical Society (ACS) sponsors an illustrated poem contest for K-12 students.


Entries are judged based upon relevance to and incorporation of the yearly theme (Protecting Our Planet through Chemistry), word choice and imagery, colorful artwork, adherence to poem style, originality and creativity, and overall presentation.



She won $200 for her submission for the CCEW Poetry Contest. She was recognized publicly tonight at the ACS Zoom Meeting online.


✨✨Well done Azlyn Nelson! ✨✨We are so proud of you!! ❤️

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Safety Grant

The Fairport Harbor Schools in conjunction with the Fairport Harbor Fire Department, has been awarded a grant of $2,600 from the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation. The School Safety and Security Grant Program provides assistance to Ohio employers with ensuring the safety of their staff who instruct children. The program is available to eligible Ohio employers who wish to purchase safety equipment for their buildings, and to reduce or eliminate injuries or illness associated with providing educational services.


Surprise!

The Class of 2020 woke up Friday morning to some jazzy yard signs to help celebrate their upcoming graduation. We know this won't be a traditional graduation for the seniors, but our staff is working hard behind the scenes to honor these special kids. Stay tuned- more to come!
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Senior News

  • We will be having a Senior Graduation Parade! Let's decorate cars, make signs, and honk as we cruise around the village and celebrate the Class of 2020! Details will be coming your way soon regarding the parade route and date. This would be an awesome time for people to sit on their porches and wave to the Seniors.
  • Seniors will be called to come to the school at staggered times to pick up cap and gowns, drop off Chromebooks, and get locker belongings.
  • Senior parents will be emailed an invite this week to virtually meet with Mrs. Rumbarger regarding Graduation.

The Art Corner

Mrs. Toomey assigned the "Getty Challenge" recently. Students were asked to research pieces of art from the J. Paul Getty Museum, and re-create them. Olivia's is a recreation of a recreation- love that interpretation. Below are a few examples. Enjoy!