FISD Quick Notes

Issue 3 - September 16, 2016

Safe Schools Training Due!

The Bloodborne Pathogen training is due today, Friday, September 16th. The link below will take you to SafeSchools. You only need your email address to log in.

Dance the Night Away!

The FISD Education Foundation Gala, "A Night in Old Hollywood" is next week, September 24th, and you can still buy tickets at the Central Office. It's a great night of fun that also supports teacher grants. Don't miss out! Tickets are $50 each or $500 for a table of eight.

FISD Education Foundation Pledge Form

If dancing isn't your thing, but you'd like to give to the Education Foundation, you can do so monthly through an automatic payroll deduction. Fill out this form and send it to HR@fisd.us. Make sure to write "FISD Education Foundation" in the blank that says, "Reason for Deduction".

Complete Your Tasks in TalentEd

Remember to log in to TalentEd to complete your HR tasks. If you have questions, email HR@fisd.us

Apply for an FISD Education Foundation Grant

The deadline to apply for an FISD Education Foundation Grant is October 21st. The grants help fund innovative programs or projects that support higher levels of student learning. Click here to find the application and a Power Point that will walk you through the application process.

New Face at FISD

FHS is excited to add Stephanie Clarke to its CTE Department. Mrs. Clarke teaches Technology & Communication; Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance; and Business Information Management-II. Stephanie graduated from Iowa State University. She and her husband, Mike, have been married 25 years and have two four-legged “kids”, Mia the cat and Marleigh the dog. Stephanie enjoys swimming and reading.


Stephanie spent 25 years in the technology industry, but two years ago she started teaching. According to Stephanie, her grandmother influenced her desire to go into public service, “My grandmother went to Iowa State Teachers College and was a librarian who held a daily ‘story hour’ until the day she died. She also read to the elderly in her local nursing home and sponsored a book program for rural children during the summer. She always encouraged me to volunteer for programs to help the young and the elderly -- and she believed education is the most important thing in life”.