Fowler USD #225

March 2020 Newsletter

THE FOWLER MODEL

Fowler School District - Where Education is Experienced - A Gemini I School

March BOE Meeting - Date Change

The March Board of Education meeting will be held on Monday, March 2, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. instead of the regularly scheduled second Monday of the month (March 9, 2020).
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Spring Break

Spring break for USD 225 is March 9-13, 2020. School resumes on Monday, March 16, 2020. Enjoy your week!

Spring Picture Day

Spring picture day is Wednesday, March 18, 2020. All students will have the opportunity to have their picture taken on this date. Pictures and order forms will be available to view at a later date.

Science Fair

K-12 students participated in Fowler's local science fair on Thursday, February 6th.


Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades created a class science fair project. The students prepared a presentation explaining their research and experiment and presented to the judges as a group. All class exhibits will advance to regionals.


4th-12th graders created individual or team projects. 45 students qualified to advance on to the regional fair by earning a score of 80/100 or placing in the top half of their division. The Southwest Kansas Regional Science & Engineering Fair will be held at Seward County Community College on March 7th.


Elementary Division Regional Qualifiers: Natalie Bollinger & Kenneth Reid; Bobby Littlewood; Bryce McDowell & Jordan Padgett; Henry Tacha, Gavin Spain, & Kasen Faurot; Makenna Smith & Maddision Durbin; Colt Dizmang & Jacob McNemer


Elementary Winners:

1st Place tie- Colt Dizmang & Jacob McNemer; Bobby Littlewood

2nd Place- Bryce McDowell & Jordan Padgett

3rd Place- Kasen Faurot, Henry Tacha, & Gavin Spain


Middle School Division Regional Qualifiers: Micah McDowell & Brenna Faurot; Alex Zortman, Lexus Shelby, & Abby Zortman; Lillian Littlewood & Kate Cunningham; Bianca Hankins; Landon Bollinger, Eddy Mendoza, & Dray Dawson; Wolfe Self, Lilly Hankins, & Stephanie Watkins; Rylan Bollinger & Joseph Sprouse; James Littlewood & Jacelyn Huelskamp; Maxine Thomas & Logan Shelton; Kiera Holt, Olivia Durbin, & Veronica Garcia


Middle School Winners:

1st Place- Micah McDowell & Brenna Faurot

2nd Place- Alex Zortman, Lexus Shelby, & Abby Zortman

3rd Place- Kate Cunningham & Lillian Littlewood


High School Division Regional Qualifiers: Joselyn Romesburg; Damian Teran & Shaylin Garcia; Charlie Littlewood & Ethan Boese; Elijah Zortman; Kimberly Velez-Prieto; Johnathan Holt & Summer Dowling; Jessie Chen


High School Winners:

1st Place- Jessie Chen

2nd Place tie- Elijah Zortman; Charlie Littlewood & Ethan Boese

3rd Place- Kimberly Velez-Prieto

DISTRICT CALENDAR

USD #225 Calendar of Events

ASPIRE 4 HIGHER CALENDAR

After School Enrichment Program 4:00-5:30 P.M.

Mini Cheer Performance

The Mini Cheer Performance will be held at the conclusion of the PBL Showcase on Thursday, March 5th in the GS auditorium.

Meade County Conservation District

Congratulations to Eliana Zortman, 5th grade, for winning 3rd place in the Meade County Conservation bookmark contest!
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Root iRobot brings new coding opportunities for students!

Multiple robots are available in the STEM Lab for teacher and student use throughout the year, and we are excited for the new Root iRobot we recently acquired through a Donor's Choose project. This robot offers more advanced coding programs so students can continue to advance their learning. Students are most excited for this robot's unique ability to climb walls and draw pictures on whiteboards. We look forward to seeing our students unlock the full possibilities of this robot!

Jump Rope for Heart

Fowler Grade School will be hosting its annual Jump Rope for Heart event in March during PE classes. 2nd-5th graders kicked off the event in February with a special Heart Health assembly hosted by Mr. Peterson and the American Heart Association. Students learned fun activities, exercises for a healthy heart, and the many reasons to love your heart.
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Building Relationships through Mentoring

Mentoring is a major strategy used at FHS to address the social-emotional needs of our students and to help them set academic goals. Click the link below to watch a video created by 8th grade student, Jacelyn Huelskamp, highlighting mentoring.


What Is Mentoring?

Regional & State Piano Festival

Elijah Zortman, sophomore, represented Fowler High School at the regional and state piano festivals this month. He earned a I rating at regionals and a II rating at state. Elijah played Fantasia 1 in D minor by Mozart. Great job, Elijah!
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Senior Class Trip 2020

The senior class presented their senior trip proposal to the Board of Education in February. 6 seniors and 2 sponsors will be traveling to Los Angeles, CA via train over spring break.
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2020 Prom

Prom will be held on Saturday, March 28. Students bringing dates who do not attend FHS will need to complete a permission slip. These are available in the high school office.

Goldbugs are headed to Washington D.C.

After a year of fundraising and planning, a group of Goldbugs, 6th-11th grade, will be headed to Washington D.C. for an unforgettable trip. Students have been learning about our nation's capital and leaders throughout the year in their different classes, and now they will be able to visit many of the places they have been learning about. Students leave Fowler the afternoon of March 31st. Fowler students would like to thank everybody that supported the multiple fundraisers this year that is making this trip possible for so many. We wish the students, trip coordinators, and chaperones a safe and memorable trip.

Cupcake Fundraiser

Middle School Student Council members baked and decorated around 300 cupcakes on February 14th for the Valentine cupcake fundraiser. Thank you to all who supported their fundraiser!
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MARCH BREAKFAST MENU

March 2020 Breakfast Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider

MARCH LUNCH MENU

March 2020 Lunch Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider

ONLINE BILL PAY

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