February 11, 2022
- Valentine's Day
Tuesday February 15
- 7th/8th Girls Basketball 5:30 vs. Noblesville E. (H)
- Wrestling 5:30 @ Hamilton Heights
- Writing Club 4-5 (Library)
Wednesday February 16
- GSA 4-5 (C108)
Thursday February 17
- Club Photos 9-12(Aux Gym)
- 7th/8th Girls Basketball 5:15 @ Creekside (A)
- Wrestling 5:30 vs. Creekside (H)
- K-pop 4-4:45 (C108)
Friday February 18
- e-Learning Day
Saturday February 19
- ISSMA V/P State Competition
E-Learning Day Friday February 18th
Nominees for National Youth Leadership Forum in STEM
Congratulations to the nominees from Mrs. Melling's Science class for the National Youth Leadership Forum in STEM. The following students have been selected to represent Fishers Jr. High School in Chicago this summer. These students may elect to attend this hands-on experience in the STEM industry, including guided field studies with a former NASA astronaut, building a Mars rover, learning medical techniques with Stanford's ER professors, and utilizing VEX EDR robots. These students demonstrated an interest and aptitude in science. Congratulations to Carter Smith, Allison Svilinov, Xavier Day, Eli Morrisey, Zuva Gurnell, Aiden Mustafa, Nick Leitze, Valerie Beeks, Ali Sanchez-Bravo, and Ani Ramjee.
Author Visit at FJH
Author Lisa Fipps will be visiting FJH on March 22, 2022, during BEST to discuss her award-winning debut novel STARFISH. Interested students should fill out the interest form available in the library or with the QR code on the flyer. Students may order a copy of her book through the FJH Writing Club. See the flyer for more details.
Mrs. Kletch's Science Classes
Stock the Pantry
Show the teachers and staff at FJH your support by stocking the pantry. The "pantry" is a place filled with snacks and treats staff members can grab and go from as needed. You can contribute by placing an order via this Amazon wish list:https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2ABG11QSUD4SA?ref=cm_sw_em_r_un_un_eTyx9HQk9OHcC
Note from the Cafeteria
Looking for a fun and flexible career? Join the HSE Food and Nutrition Department. We’re hiring full-time and part-time positions with competitive pay and benefit options. No experience necessary. This is an opportunity to make a difference in the community by working in the public schools. The HSE Food and Nutrition Department promotes a family-like work environment. You can work a schedule that fits with your child’s school hours. No evenings or weekends! Want to learn more? Contact Andria Ray, Director of Nutrition & Food Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-594-4100.
Mudsock Youth Athletics Updates
Spring Sports: Did you forget to register for spring programing? There are still spaces open in many of our baseball, softball, soccer, boys and girls lacrosse, rugby, and track leagues. Register now at myathletics.com and we’ll see you on the fields. Learn more here.
Calling all 7th & 8th grade girls! Try a new sport this fall with Mudsock Youth Rugby. The league is looking for females, specifically in this age group, who want to learn to play under a quality coaching staff. Practices will take place 2 times a week with games on Sunday afternoons. Learn more here.