Fishers Junior High

Upcoming Events

Monday Sept. 13

  • Girls Golf 4:45 @ Zionsville/Franklin (A)
  • Volleyball 5:30 @ Creekside (A)
  • Play Rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)

Tuesday Sept. 14

  • Tennis 5:00 @ FCJH (A)
  • Cross Country 5:30 @ Riverside INV.
  • Writing Club 4-4:45 (Library)
  • Play Rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)
  • Paper Crafting Club 4-5 (C115)

Wednesday Sept. 15

  • 7th Football 5:30 @ Noblesville West (A)
  • 8th Football 5:30 vs. Noblesville West (H)
  • Cross Country 5:30 vs. Belzer (H)
  • Play Rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)

Thursday Sept. 16

  • Girls Golf 4:45 vs. Riverside (H)
  • Volleyball 5:30 vs. HIJH (H)
  • K-pop 4-4:45 (C108)
  • Play Rehearsal 4-6 (LGI)

Saturday Sept. 18

  • Girls Golf 2:00 District Tournament (A)

7th Grade Football Team Inspired by Incredible Riley Kid

We are proud of the 7th grade football team for showing their Charger P.R.I.D.E. during a recent football game against Westfield Middle School! Our team led by coaches Gary Rhoads and Jon Baker showed their Respect for others by rallying together to support the Westfield team. Our boys wore pink unicorn stickers on their helmets, as a show of support for Westfield player Lincoln Hoffman's 5 year old sister Londyn, who is battling cancer. Our football players also took the time to meet Londyn after the game. Read the full story below.
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Mrs. Strole's Honors Algebra Class Unit 2 Performance Task

Dilemma: A little girl was diagnosed with Leukemia and has lost her hair due to chemotherapy. She doesn't want to go to school now that she has no hair. However, when the mom went to try to get her a wig the cheapest wig she could find was $700 and they can't afford that. What could students at FJH do to help Make a Difference in the lives of families just like the little girl from the video?!

Students then worked through the performance task to try to determine a solution to the problem. Eventually, students decided to try to do a hair drive, similar to the food drive going on at HSE schools this week. Several students raised their hands saying that they would be willing to donate hair in May for the hair drive. Students learned quickly about supply and demand and one reason that wigs might cost so much. As we worked through the specifics of the problem, it became clear that not everyone who was willing to donate hair, would actually be able to donate the needed 10 inches of hair.

Students were able to put their Unit2 skills to use and see that Algebra is relevant and useful for tasks that they would have never realized.

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DC Deadline is Approaching

The deadline to register for this year's trip to DC is September 15th - next Wednesday! Don't get left behind as your friends experience this once-in-a-lifetime trip to our nation's capital. Over 70 8th grade students have signed up, but there is room for more. Additional registration packets are in the front office or see Mr. Heiniger if you have questions.

Dress Code

Fishers Junior High adheres to the HSE school district dress code policy. Please review below:

The appearance and dress of any student is the primary responsibility of both the student and the parent. Students are expected to maintain an appearance that is appropriate for school and conducive to the educational atmosphere. Whenever a school official considers a student’s appearance to be inappropriate for the educational environment, a conference will be held and the student will be asked to make a modification.
The following are examples of clothing or items that are considered to be inappropriate:

  • Clothing and/or any adornment displaying messages or images not appropriate for school. Examples would be messages containing profanity; sexual innuendo; references to drugs, alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, or violence; or messages that incite hate towards other students or student groups.
  • Clothing that is designed to reveal bare midriffs, buttocks, torso, undergarments, or the lack of undergarments.
  • Hats or unapproved masks; hooded clothing must be worn with the hood down. Culturally and religious-based head coverings are permitted.
  • Heavy and/or long coats.
  • Strapless tops; tank-tops must fit tightly under arms.
  • Any item that might cause a concern for student safety.
  • Unsafe (or lack of) footwear.
  • Unapproved face painting, eyewear, costume apparel, spray painted hair, etc.
  • Headphones/earbuds in the hallways throughout the day.
  • Blankets or pillows.
  • Signs, flags, or non-educational items that the school can reasonably forecast will substantially or materially disrupt the school environment.
Students who violate the dress code may face disciplinary action.


FJH Shirts will be selling spirit wear at lunch on Wednesday September 15th & 22nd. T-shirts $10, Hoodies $20-25. Order forms for any sizes not available on those days.

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Upcoming Professional Development Days

September 24, 2021

November 12, 2021

February 18, 2022

April 29, 2022

2021/2022 BOOK RENTAL

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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Message from the PTO

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone that has contributed to Stock the Pantry!!! 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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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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