Tuesday, January 24, 2017
LUNCH:
Salisbury Steak w/ Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Lima Beans, Carrots w/Ranch, Roll, Orange, and Milk
BREAKFAST TOMORROW:  Sausage Biscuit, Jelly, Fruit, and Milk
 

FCCLA MEMBERS:  Need to see Ms. Allen to pick up permission slips for State Leadership conference in Ruston.

BETA: 

  • OFFICERS: Meeting first lunch shift in Ms. Teats room.
  •  Our local Good Samaritans ministry is in need of cooking oil. If you would like to donate a medium sized bottle of cooking oil for
    5 service points, please bring it to Ms. Beeman's office on or before Feb. 3rd. All FPHS students are invited to participate.

 

POSITIVE BEHAVIOR REFERRAL AND GUNTER'S GREATEST IMPROVEMENT AWARD  RECIPIENTS: Students whose name appears on the list in teacher's mailboxes will be given a free APPROPRIATE blue jean and spirit shirt ticket. Tickets will be handed out on Thursday, January 26thand can be redeemed ONLY on Jan. 27th. Students must keep up with the ticket and show it to their teachers on Jan. 27th. The ticket will also allow those students to be called for lunch first.

SENIORS AND FINANCIAL AID - A representative from LELA will be here TODAY around 8:30 in the Library Lab to help with seniors fill out the FAFSA. Parents are welcome and probably need to come. Ask Mrs. Robbins or Mrs. Southern if you have questions.

BALFOUR will be back on Wednesday, February 1st at 9:00 AM to take orders or payments.
NOTICE: FPHS softball schedule for the spring of 2017 is now online.  Go to the FPHS homepage and access the dropdown menu under athletics.

DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS: Tuition money is due by February 17th. Ms. Newman will be handing out bills to you over the next few days with how much you owe and instructions for payment. Remember NO CASH. Checks or money orders only made payable to ULM or pay online. If you pay online I MUST have a copy of the receipt

SENIORS:  Monday, January 30th the Graduate Shop will be here to pass out supplies and they will also be collecting payments.  See Ms. Nichols between classes if you have any questions.

  Any student that has applied to Delta Community College, and would like to tour the West Monroe campus on TOMORROW, please sign up with Ms. Chasity Southern in the guidance office.  We will leave by bus at 9:00 AM and return by 2:00 PM.  You will need money for a quick lunch. Limited spots are available and you MUST have applied for admissions to Delta Community College or apply before January 20th to attend. 

  STUDENTS:  We will no longer pull report cards at the end of the six weeks. You will receive fine and overdue notices from your English teachers this
week.  If you receive a fine or overdue notice, you will need to come to the library to clear your account.  We will not check out any books to you
if you have an overdue book and/or a fine of one dollar or more.  It will be your responsibility to keep your account current in order to get the
books that you need for class and AR. 

  STUDENTS: click here for a free online ACT prep booklet.
http://www.act.org/content/dam/act/unsecured/documents/Preparing-for-the-ACT.pdf?cid=social:twitter:text:organic 
STUDENTS:  who plan to take the ACT WorkKeys test can click on the links provided for test prep help.

https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/workforce-solutions/act-workkeys/test-preparation.html

https://www.testprepreview.com/workkeys-assessment.htm
SOPHMORES & JUNIORS: Tulane University is hosting several Campus Preview Days. Students should choose one of the following days Feb. 3rd,
Feb. 6th, or Feb. 8th. Any interested sophomore or junior needs to RSVP by calling the Admission Office at 800-873-WAVE or register online at
http://admission.tulane.edu/visit/special-programs/louisiana-campus-preview-days.

TEACHERS:

  • Senior Sponsors are required to be at Winter Formal and if they can't they need to find another teacher to cover for them and let Mrs. Stephenson know.


 

 

 

  • If you need to make a payment on your graduation supplies, please bring payments to Mrs. Nichols Room 108 or Mrs. Savage Room 107 between classes. Must cash or money order


  • 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.
 

  PARENTS

You can access your child's information online using the Parent Command Center

www.fphs.fpsb.us
click on FOR PARENTS then the dropdown menu Parent Command Center
contact the school if you have any questions
 

 
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.