Fowler USD #225
February 2021 Newsletter
Revised Limited Spectator Policy
The KSHSAA policy has been revised to allow 4 spectators per participant to attend activities beginning January 29th. Additional passes per participant will be distributed as needed. The pass must be shown at both home and away games to be allowed admittance.
Spectators of a HS student are not admitted on a JH only night or vice versa. On a super night where both JH and HS play on the same night, everyone with a spectator pass will be allowed to come and watch the games.
We will continue to stream our activities on Facebook Live.
Homecoming - February 5th
2021 Science Fair
Students will have the opportunity to advance to regional and state competition this year. Both fairs will be held virtually.
Grade school parent-teacher conferences will be held Thursday, February 18 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. and Friday, February 19 from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Please use the links below to request a parent-teacher conference.
Preschool: https://forms.gle/gnCrvkdtB8ZpTAh77Kindergarten: https://forms.gle/VWTGJbjaeG2JeP8DA
1st Grade: https://forms.gle/KJZMd5swXhgU7zyP9
2nd Grade: https://forms.gle/yWqy2RtbLdyks2qB9
3rd/4th Grade: https://forms.gle/Xw35CFXbVmymbCSU9
5th Grade: https://forms.gle/3zHKXEHNKQRp4shQ8
High School Individual Plan of Study meetings will be held April 8th & 13th.
CTE Opportunities at Dodge City Community College for 2021-2022
He will share about programs the college opens to high school students in the areas of Agriculture, Building Construction, Diesel Tech, Early Childhood Education, HVAC, Computer Science, Cosmetology, Electrical Tech, Welding, Healthcare Tech, Phlebotomy, and CNA. Students can potentially graduate high school with a college certificate in one of these areas.
FHS partners with DCCC by covering student expenses through post-secondary education funds and providing transportation to DCCC. Please attend and learn more about these opportunities to determine if they might benefit your student next year!
Free ACT Test for Juniors
Other upcoming ACT test dates are April 17th & June 12th. Visit https://www.act.org/ for more information.
Financial Aid Timeline
1. Complete college application
2. Create your FSA ID
3. Complete the FAFSA Application (Application opens Oct 1 each year)
4. Look for additional scholarship applications or deadlines at your chosen institutions
5. Search for scholarship applications in your community, state or online
6. Receive your Financial Aid packet from the institutions you have been accepted to
7. Compare the financial aid options at each institution, decide on taking out optional loans after scholarship and grant money have been distributed & send in an enrollment deposit to your chosen institution.
8. Complete the FAFSA each year you are in college.
Junior High Student Council Super Bowl Party
February 2021 Breakfast Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider - Menus are subject to change
February 2021 Lunch Menu - This institution is an equal opportunity provider - Menus are subject to change
JH Art Class Teepee Project
JH & HS Basketball
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