Fishers Junior High School

Home of the Chargers

We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable Labor Day Weekend!

Remember: The choices you make today...shape your world tomorrow. -Assistant Principal Tige Butts

Upcoming Events

Monday Sept. 6

  • Labor Day -No School

Tuesday Sept. 7

  • 5:30 Cross Country @ Noblesville West (A)
  • 5:30 Volleyball vs. Noblesville East (H)
  • Writing Club 4-4:45 (Library)
  • Play rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)

Wednesday Sept. 8

  • 5:00 Girls Golf @ Noblesville East (A)
  • 5:00 Tennis vs. Creekside (H)
  • 5:30 7th Football @ Creekside (A)
  • 5:30 8th Football vs. Creekside (H)
  • Play rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)
  • Gay Straight Alliance 4-4:45 (C108)

Thursday Sept. 9

  • 4-4:45 K-pop (C108)
  • 5:00 Cross Country @Noblesville E./Clay (A)
  • 5:30 Tennis @ Carmel (A)
  • 5:30 Volleyball vs. Clay (H)
  • Play rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)

Saturday Sept. 11

  • 9:00 7th/8th Volleyball District Tournament @ Riverside
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$8 Mudsock Tickets

Buy Mudsock tickets here. You must purchase tickets online. Capacity is limited.

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What is Turnover Hunger?

Through Turnover Hunger, we are asking all 22 HSE schools to help fill the shelves of FYAP and local food pantries with targeted food donations by students and staff. Between September 7- 10, we are asking the following breakfast, snack and dinner items to be brought in by building type: Junior Highs – granola bars, peanut butter crackers or cheese crackers. Every food donation is much appreciated, but we understand some would prefer to make monetary donations. For those interested in donating directly to the fund, they can visit:

Why is Turnover Hunger important?

It is estimated that 1 in 7 HSE students struggle with hunger. Turnover Hunger raises awareness for the 3,000 local children struggling with food insecurity. Donations will assist FYAP in meeting HSE student needs and assist local food banks.


In compliance with Hamilton Southeastern School Corporation policy, book rental needs to be collected at the beginning of each school year.

Email statements were sent out September 3, 2021.

To view statements in Skyward Family Access:

Click on Skyward Family Access


Enter your User ID and Password

Click on “Fee Management” under General Information

Your student’s invoice amount will be listed under “Unpaid Balances”.

Ways to pay for your student's book rental this year:

Personal checks

Money Orders



Personal checks should be made payable to FJH and can be mailed or sent with your student to school. Be sure to specify on your check /envelope that the payment is for book rental. Include student’s name, I.D. #, and grade in the memo line of check. Payment needs to be directed to the Bookstore/Treasurer.

Note: If you choose to pay by credit card you MUST utilize eFunds.

On-line payments with Mastercard, Visa, or Discover Payment may be made online via the Efunds tab on the FJH website. Be sure to select Student Course Fees.


Payments will be posted in Skyward within 10 business days.

***PAYMENT DUE DATE*** October 1, 2021

Prompt payment is appreciated.

Should you have any questions or do not have internet access and need a copy of your fee statement, please contact me at 317-594-4150, extension 5715 or

Thank You,

Candis Tucker - Treasurer Fishers Junior High School
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Dress Code

We love seeing students express their individuality, but we need to ensure all outfits worn to school meet our dress code requirements. Please review our Dress Code Policy.

8th Grade Washington DC Trip

FJH 8th graders were recently invited to take part in the annual class trip to Washington D.C.. Mr. Heiniger (8th grade social studies teacher) will again be sponsoring the trip through Worldstrides. Students will fly out to our nation’s capital over Presidents Day weekend to experience this once in a lifetime trip. They will be visiting many of the Smithsonian Museums, memorials, Mount Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery, and much more! All students received an information packet with how to register and there are additional packets in the front office of FJH. The final deadline to register is September 15th.


School Counseling Staff:

7th Grade: Mr. Maarouf –

8th Grade: Ms. Gal –

Guidance Secretary: Mrs. Broughton -

Follow us on Twitter @FjhCounseling

Fishers Youth Assistance Snack Attack Program

FJH is pleased to announce the return of the Snack Attack program for those students in need. This program, supported by the Fishers Youth Assistance Program, is designed to provide students a little extra nourishment for the weekend until they can receive a hot meal at school on Monday. Students whose parents sign them up will pick up a small sack of food to be taken home over the weekend. The sack is filled with individually wrapped snacks such as granola bars, fruit cups, pop tarts, peanut butter/crackers, Goldfish crackers, etc. The type of snacks will vary each week. There is no cost to the parents or the school. If you are interested in having your student participate in FYAP's Snack Attack or have questions, please contact Kim Broughton, FJH welcomes donations to the program. If you are so inclined, please drop off snack items at the front office or send in with your student. You may also donate by clicking on the following link: Fishers Donation — Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program

Email Alerts for Grade Checks

If you would like to sign up to have your student’s grades delivered straight to your inbox if they reach a certain percentage, please click here for instructions. This may be helpful as we are now halfway through the first nine weeks of school. If you need assistance, please contact Mrs. Broughton,


Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program provides up to four years of undergraduate tuition to income-eligible students at participating colleges or universities in Indiana, as well as step-by-step guidance and support to make sure they succeed in college and receive support to finish their degree. To enroll or learn more, please click here,

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FJH Shirts will be selling spirit wear at lunch on Wednesday September 8th and 22nd. T-shirts $10, Hoodies $20-25. Plus order forms for any sizes not available on those days.

7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball

The Boys Basketball Callout meeting was held on Tuesday, August 31st during BEST. If your son is interested in trying out but was unable to attend the callout meeting, he should see Coach Stumpf for 7th grade students, or see Coach Modglin for 8th grade students. Tryouts will take place before fall break. 7th grade tryouts will begin on October 7th. 8th grade tryouts will begin October 11th. See the flyers below that were handed out at the call out meeting.

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Message from the PTO

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone that has contributed!!! It's not too late to donate. Please see the link above to purchase items for the wonderful staff at FJH.

Volunteer Opportunity

Please consider donating your time by signing up for a shift (or two!) in concessions. The indoor or outdoor concessions are open for home football and volleyball games throughout the fall season as a way to provide a welcoming environment and snacks for our community. It also serves as the PTO's main source of income for supporting the teachers, staff, and students during the school year. No experience necessary! Your student may work alongside you if they are 12 years or older. Here's the link to view the available spots and to sign up:


All Fishers Junior High School spirit wear in our online store is 30% off! New designs have just been released and we feature ultra-soft Bella Canvas tees. Shop Now!

Next Meeting: Wednesday, September 22, at 8:00 a.m.

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Scholastic Book Fair

Fishers Junior High is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair! The fair will be available online and during school hours. Please see our Scholastic Book Fair homepage for more information!

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Mudsock Youth Athletics Updates

Recreational Basketball: Play with us this winter! Registration is open for boys and girls interested in skill development and building a love for the game. Beginning September 1st, a $10 late fee will be added to every registration and waitlists may form for some divisions. Open to kindergarteners through 8thgrade. Information and registration can be found here. *High school intramural basketball information will be released in November.

HSE/Fishers Girls Travel Basketball: Find tryout information for travel basketball for girls in 3rd – 8th grade here. Athletes must be registered to attend at

HSE/Fishers Boys Travel Basketball: Find tryout information, including parent meetings, for travel basketball for boys in 3rd – 6th grade here. Athletes must be registered to attend at

Everyone Plays. Registration scholarship opportunities are available for families on free or reduced lunch within the district. Families can apply for one per season per child and must apply and be accepted during our open registration period. For winter sports these dates are 8/1 – 8/31. Email for more information.