FPHS History Field Trip
to
NOLA WWII museum



Ms. Nichols and Ms. Savage
had to honor of meeting WWII veteran
Wilford J. Biron and his wife, Josie.

In 1943 Mr. Biron joined the Navy at 17 years of age, and continued to serve until the end of the war.

During the war he served in Iwo Jima as Seaman 1st Class.


It was an honor to visit with them
and discuss his experiences in the war
.


10

SCHOOL DAYS LEFT
TO
PURCHASE

Thursday, February 23, 2017
LUNCH:
 Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti, Steamed Broccoli, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Garlic Bread, Apple, and Milk
BREAKFAST TOMORROW:  Breakfast Pizza,  Fruit, Juice, and Milk

STUDENTS:   If you are going to NOLA Wednesday, the 22nd you must be in parking lot at 6:15 AM, the bus will leave at 6:30 AM
STUDENTS: the last day to take an AR test for the fourth six weeks is TODAY
There will be no make up test done in the library TODAY due to AR

STUDENTS:  Ms Harris is hosting a dance technique workshop March 6 - 8 from 3:30 to 5:00.  Cost is 10.00 for all 3 days.  See Ms. Stephenson to sign up in Room 201.  This workshop is highly recommended for anyone that is trying out for Starlets this spring.
STARLET TRYOUTS:   March 21 - 23 see Ms Stephenson to pick up a packet.  Tryout fee is $25.00.


JUNIORS & SENIORS:  There will be a tour of the new Delta Community College campus in Winnsboro, Tuesday, March 14th.  If you are a junior on the jump start program or any senior, you can sign up for the trip.  There will only be 1 bus going, so the first ones to sign up will secure a spot.  See Mrs. Southern in the guidance office to get your name on the list.  We will also be eating lunch in Winnsboro, so please bring lunch money.


Only athletes that have scheduled practices may stay on campus after school.  If you are a non-athlete and you are staying after school and lingering around the gym you will be considered as trespassing.  This will be strictly enforced beginning Wednesday February 15, 2017

STUDENTS:   After lunch you need to leave the cafeteria and walk out to the parking lot area.  Do not stop and visit on the sidewalk outside the lunchroom and the breezeway by Mr. Mingo's office.  This area becomes so crowded people cannot get through. 

SENIORS:  

  • Final Payment is due Monday, March 20th.  That is the day that the Graduate Shop will be here to pass out the final supplies.  If you have questions go see Ms. Nichols.

  • You may purchase PROM tickets.   Get them early, the price will increase Saturday, April 1st.

  • These seniors need to see Mrs. Nichols ASAP in Room 108 between classes:  C. Boothe, A. Anderson, A. Stephens, G. Bell, J. Bryant, D. Fairley, D. Heckard, R. Mathis, K. Pleasant, A. Shaw, S. Smith, S. Thomas, and M. Neal

     


THE FOLLOWING SOPHOMORES NEED TO TURN IN THEIR GRADUATION PLAN ASAP TO MS. BEEMAN.

     J. McCarty             L. Jordan            S. Barnes      J. Plater               S. Lewis                           
Registration has begun for Winnsboro Girls Summer Softball.  It will continue through March 15th.   The registration forms are in the office.

TEACHERS: A list of positive behavior referrals was placed in teacher's mailboxes. Students on this list will receive a ticket on 2/24. Students must show
this ticket to their teacher to be allowed to go to lunch first on their regularly scheduled lunch time. Students can then give the ticket to Ms.
Beeman in Patriot Square to receive Mardi Gras King  Cake.

 

 

  • SENIORS PURSUING CAREERS IN THE MEDICAL FIELD: Please go by Franklin Business and Career Solutions Center, behind KFC, and/or call 435-5687. Speak with Alexis Foy at extension #224. They provide financial assistance for students interested in the medical field.
    Pick up an application from PHOCAS 2.0 Project for a scholarship. The application is due between
    FEBRUARY 6th - MARCH 24th.

  • SENIORS PURSUING CAREERS IN CARPENTRY OR WELDING: Please go by the Franklin Business and Career Solutions Center, behind KFC and/or call
    435-5687. Speak with Katherine or Kelly at extension #0 regarding the WIOA program. The WIOA program provides financial assistance for students on
    these career paths.
  • College bound? If you are interested in scholarships, visit Raiseme.com. This site allow students to create accounts and enter all their
    information from grade 9 - their current grade level. Grades, activities, clubs, athletics, leadership positions, community activities, etc. There
    is a consortium of schools that will award micro-scholarships for specific activities. For example, one college may award $50 for an A while another
    may award $250. Schools are constantly being added. When students accept a college and that college has awarded them money on raise. me, it's theirs
    to keep as a scholarship and the rest goes away.
  • Super 1 Foods presents the BECAUSE HISTORY  MATTERS scholarship. Submit an essay with a minimum of 500 words. Open to ANY high school senior in the
    Super 1 Food and Brookshire's market areas. DEADLINE is February 22 at 5pm. Winners will be announced Feb. 28th or after. First Place $3,000,
    Second Place $2,000, Third Place $1,000  For complete details go to super1foods.com/because-history-matters.

 

  STUDENTS
ATTENDANCE IS IMPORTANT.
 IF YOU PASSED THE FIRST SEMESTER, YOU MAY STILL FAIL THE CLASS AND/OR
YOUR GRADE FOR THE YEAR .
  EVERY DAY AND EVERY CLASS PERIOD YOU ARE ABSENT COUNTS.
AT THE END OF THE YEAR THE TOTAL NUMBER OF  ABSENCES/TARDIES ARE LOOKED AT.

BUY YOUR FPHS YEARBOOK TODAY


so when you are rich and famous like this person
you can look back and reminisce about the good old days

Order your 2017 yearbook $45.00

See Ms. Evans in Room 110

She also has 2011 - 2015 yearbooks for $25.00
2016 for $45.00

 
Seniors now is the time to start thinking about scholarships.
Updated information is found here: Go to the front page of fphs.fpsb.us click on student dropdown menu, then click on the scholarship link.  Ms. Robbins will be updating this information all year.  


http://announcements.fpsb.us/scholarships/scholarships.htm 


Seniors there are some "Sallie Mae's 1-2-3 approach to paying for college" pamphlets in the Student Services Office waiting area. If you are interested in assistance with financing your undergraduate education, please pick one up between classes. There is a helpful Senior year checklist included. Here is a link you can use when Planning for College:  www.salliemae.com/planforcollege
 
 
Any 11th or 12th grade student interested in Louisiana Delta Community College's Annual Career and Technology Fair at the IKE Hamilton in West Monroe on February 15th, please sign up with Ms. Chasity Southern in the Guidance Office. 

Space is limited, the first ones to sign up will have a
reserved spot on the bus.