Knightly News

June 15, 2015 Vol. I Issue 23

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MSHSAA Scholastic Awards

All of our Spring Sports received Scholastic Award for their excellence in the classroom!

Chris Brown Named Head Wrestling Coach

Physical Education/Health teacher, Chris Brown, will be leading the FHN wrestling program in 2015. Coach Brown has been a long time assistant at FHN. Chris will focus on building relationships within the program and developing young athletes.
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Francis Howell North Summer Camps

New! You can sign up for FHN Summer Camps and pay online!

Activities Website!

Check out the FHN Activities website. Sign up as a FAN to receive notifications and event cancellations. 2015 Fall Sports schedules are LIVE online!

Fall Sports Begin August 3rd

The first day fall sports tryouts is Monday, August 3rd. Football, B Soccer, G Volleyball, Softball, G Tennis, G Golf, B, Swimming, B/G Cross Country. Please stay tuned to for times and locations. Eligibility paperwork is available in the activities office, main office and online.
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Facility Update

The band/baseball/softball renovation began on June 1st. The construction will last throughout the summer. Renovations include, ADA access, fencing, grading, irrigation, grand stands and much more. Traffic is being directed through the bus lot in order to go to Henderson or the FHN athletic facilities.

New floor tile was installed in the gym lobby and the band and choir rooms received new carpet. The band room was painted and new acoustical sound panels will be installed this summer.

The custodial staff has begun the summer scrub. The third floor has been scrubbed and waxed. They will starting the 2nd floor this week. Tim and Stan have many projects scheduled throughout the summer. The FHSD Facilities department will be painting 10-15 classrooms this summer. Each summer, classrooms will be painted according to the district priority list. The goal is 15 classrooms every year.