Charger Connection

March 4, 2022

Upcoming Events

Tuesday March 8

  • Writing Club 4-5 (Library)
  • Wrestling 5:30 @ Clay (A)
  • Band Concert 7pm

Wednesday March 9

  • Anthony Ianni Anti-bullying Convocation 9-12
  • GSA 4-5
  • Orchestra Concert 7pm

Thursday March 10

  • K-pop 4-4:45
  • Tutoring Club 4-5 (Library)

Friday March 11

  • End of 3rd Quarter
  • ISSMA Orchestra @ HIJH

Saturday March 12

  • ISSMA Orchestra @ HIJH
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FJH Welcomes Anthony Ianni for Anti-bullying Convocation

Next week on Wednesday March 9th, FJH will have an all-school convocation. Anthony Ianni will be presenting an anti-bullying seminar. Our PTO President, Tabbatha Collier, organized this event during March as part of Disabilities Awareness Month. Please see the video below for more information.

Math Tutoring Available

For 8th grade Math students who have Mr. Gear, Mrs. Larrabee, and Ms. Snipes

As we head into quarter 4 of the school year students will be participating in NWEA and ILEARN testing as well as completing normal school assignments. We have decided, as a math department, to better help prepare and support our students we will host weekly help/review sessions each and every Friday morning starting at 8:30. These are for any 8th grade math students wishing to participate. Students from any of the three math teachers may attend.

Students wishing to attend should be dropped off at 8:30 door 6 in the back parking lot where the busses drop students off in the mornings. I will meet them there and escort them to my room for the work time. We will cover all material from that week more in depth and answer any questions students might have.

Please let me know if you have any questions at I am looking forward to finishing this year strong and happy to help those interested achieve success.

District Art Show

The Annual District Art Show is back!

The Art Show will be held at Fishers High School on Saturday, March 5 and Sunday, March 6 from 2:00PM - 5:00PM. Bring the whole family to see our wonderful student art!


Scheduling for the 2022-2023 School Year

Current 7th grade students chose electives for their 8th grade schedule on their iPad during the school day the week of February 22nd. If a student would like to change the elective they chose, they may stop by the guidance office to make that change, email their counselor, or parents may call the Guidance office. Parents will be able to verify course selections later in the spring. Schedule changes will not be made after May 20.

Current 6th grade students chose electives for their 7th grade schedule on their iPad during the school day the week of February 14th. If a student would like to make a change to the elective they chose, parents may call or email the FJH guidance office to make that change. Parents will be able to verify course selections later in the spring. Schedule changes will not be made after May 20.

iLEARN & NWEA Testing Dates

April 25 – May 6 students will be taking the iLearn test. NWEA will be administered to students beginning May 9. Every student is required to take iLearn, so please ensure your student is at school each and every day during testing. More details will be sent via skylert later in the spring.

Withdrawing Your Student

If your child will be withdrawing from FJH, you must notify the Guidance office in advance of your student’s last day. Withdrawal forms prepared by the Guidance office must be signed by the parent/guardian.

2022-2023 School Year: If your child will be attending another school outside HSE School District next year, please call the Guidance office at 317-594-4150, ext. 5713 before May 1st so records can be prepared for the new school.

FJH Counseling Staff

FJH counseling staff for school year 2021-2022

8th Grade: Mrs. O’Neill –

7th Grade: Mr. Maarouf –

Secretary: Mrs. Broughton -

FJH counseling staff for school year 2022-2023

8th Grade: Mr. Maarouf –

7th Grade: Mrs. O’Neill –

Secretary: Mrs. Broughton -

College Scholarship Opportunity

21st Century Scholars

Indiana's 21st Century Scholars Program is the state’s premier college scholarship and preparation program for low-income Hoosier students. Students who fulfill the Scholar Pledge are provided up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible college or university. Scholars also receive a variety of support services designed to help them succeed in school and complete college.

Please click on the link below for more information, including income eligibility, and to apply:

Applications must be completed online on or before June 30th of the student’s 7th or 8th grade year.

If you have already applied, you do not need to reapply.

Please contact your school counselors if you have any questions.

8th grade – Kitti O'Neill (

7th grade – Basel Maarouf (


Students at Fishers High School have graciously offered their time to tutor FJH students who need a little extra help academically. Tutoring will happen every Thursday from 4-5pm in the FJH media center. Students will be placed into small groups of 2-3 students per high school tutor. All participating students must be picked up promptly at 5:00.

In order to participate, your student must sign up at least 24 hours in advance by filling out the Microsoft form that can be found on their school counselor's canvas page. This will be on a first come, first serve basis. Students must come prepared with something specific to work on (homework assignment, project piece, concept you don't understand etc,). If you have any questions, please email Mrs. O'Neill at

FHS Student Sponsors for Tutoring Club Win AWARE Grant

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Sundalk & Sharanya Srivastava attend Fishers High School and are the student sponsors for our FJH Tutoring Club. They were recently awarded a Project AWARE Student Led Engagement Grant. Project AWARE Grants are specifically for improving conditions for yourself and your school community related to the mental health and well-being. We are lucky to have this amazing group helping to tutor and prepare our FJH students for high school.

Author Visit

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.
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Lost & Found

We have accumulated many personal items including water bottles, t-shirts, sweatshirts, coats, etc. We would like to get these items back to their owners. If your student is missing an item please have them look in the lost and found and/or the front office. We will be donating these items during Spring Break. Thanks!
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Job Opportunities

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 or 317-594-4100.
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HSE Community Insider

Looking for local events? Check out HSE’s Community Insider (CI). The CI is a resource for both HSE families and community partners. It not only provides a space to post information about events, camps, and other educational programs. It also offers the opportunity to find upcoming activities in and around Hamilton County.

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 and we’ll see you on the fields. Learn more here.

Supporting Your Athlete: We’ve put all the resources in one place for you to re-learn how to support your athlete in 2022. Thank you for helping us create a safe and positive environment for participants, parents, guardians, coaches and referees. Read here.