The FPHS softball team is selling cokes if any of you are interested in
ordering some. 

It is $22.00 for 24 20oz bottles.

We also have Powerade,
Fanta, Lemonade, Water, 10oz orange juice and apple juice, 10oz Tum-E
Yummies, 18.5oz Gold Peak Tea and 8oz glass bottles at various prices.

Let Coach Shirley or one of the girls know if you want to order.

 Orders are due
 Wednesday, the 7th  and cokes should be here Dec. 14.



FBLA is sponsoring a canned food drive; we're asking all students to donate,
but FBLA members MUST bring 5 cans.

Freshmen and Sophomores turn in to Mrs. Blount (203) and Juniors and Seniors turn in to Mrs. Lloyd (208).

DEADLINE:  Friday, December 16th

The FPHS Soccer Team remains undefeated after 3 games in their first Varsity season.

The defense led by G. King, K. McIntyre, and S. Bryant was outstanding last night against a strong Sterlington attack.

Senior Goalie R. Erwin had some great saves.
V. Mays & R. Philips scored goals to end the game 2-2.

Friday, December 2, 2016
Pepperoni Pizza, Corn, Romaine Lettuce with Dressing, Orange, and Milk
Cereal, Yogurt, Fruit,
Juice, and Milk

NOTICE:  Students you may NOT wear jeans on Friday, December 9th or Friday, December 16th if you have NOT paid to participate in the December dress down experience
CHEERLEADERS:  Christmas Party will be TODAY at 3:30 PM at San Marcos.  Please remember to bring your gift for the gift exchange and money for food.  Also, meet at Johnny's at 6:00 to line up for the parade.

FPHS Beta Club will be collecting bath towels and washcloths for the Well Spring Alliance for Families. If you would like to donate, please
bring items to Ms. Beeman's office. The collection deadline is Friday, December 16.
STUDENTS:  The FPHS Annual Christmas Dress Down is upon us.   You may dress in your favorite clothes from December 5 through Christmas break.   (Must be appropriate dress... No holes in clothes and appropriate tops)   Cost is $15.00, pay to your 2nd period teacher, and you must pay by TODAY to participate in this event.

STUDENTS: who completed your online registration for the ACT test on December 10th, please be reminded that the deadline to upload a photo byTODAY this Friday. Come by the guidance office if you need help.

BETA MEMBERS: service point forms are due TODAY to Ms. Teats.
SENIORS:  Ms. Nichols needs to see these seniors between classes in Room 108 TODAY.  S. Thomas,  C, Temple, and I. White.

STUDENTS age 16 and older:
If you are interested in the Job Corps, you may contact Mr. Bridges, Admissions Counselor at 318-323-0047. They are now enrolling for career
training and education free to income eligible young people ages 16-24. You may also find them online at


SOPHOMORES:   Ms. Beeman is in the process of giving you a Graduation Toolkit Booklet and an Individual Graduation Plan. Please follow the  instructions attached to your IGP.

  1. Discuss with your parents your future plans post graduation.
  2.  Choose a graduation pathway.
  3. If you choose to attend a 4 year University, (i.e. ULM) then look at the attached example for classes required for a University graduation
    plan. (ex. Spanish and Chemistry)
  4.  If you choose to attend a 2 year Jr. College, (i.e. Delta) then look at the attached example for required classes. You must choose a graduation pathway, which will determine which classes are required in high school for graduation. (i.e.** Workplace Safety Pathway requires Ag 1,2,3 etc.
    **Business Pathway requires IBCA, BCA, Principles of Business etc.
    **Patient Care Pathway requires First Responder, Biology 2 etc.
     **ServSafe Pathway requires Customer Service, Personal Finance etc.)
  5. Write in the pathway you are choosing, as well as the classes you plan to take your Jr. and Sr. year.
  6. You and your parent/guardian sign it in two places.
  7. Return to Ms. Beeman as soon as possible.
  8. Come to the Guidance Offices if you need help or have questions

4-H Club Information:

  • CONTEST:  Holiday Card Contest Entries DUE Friday November 2nd at the club meeting.  Please see Ms. Parker (Room 104) for help/information. 

  • CONTEST:  Agriculture 4-H Photography Contest Entries DUE December 16, 2016.  Please see Ms. Parker (Room 104) for help/information. 

  • COMMUNITY SERVICE:  A trip to spread Christmas cheer at Plantation Oaks and Mary Anna Nursing Homes is being planned for December 20th.  Sign up will begin November 2nd.  Please make sure you make it to the meeting for more information.

  • MEMBERSHIP:  You can join 4-H at any time in the year, BUT you must be a paid member in order to leave class and attend the meeting. 

Students may not receive credit for first semester classes if they have excessive absences. 

IF you are planning to attend LSU, please read the following. If you have a 28 composite ACT score OR a 27 composite ACT score plus a 3.2 GPA you may be interested in LSU's 2017 Spring Invitational. It  is Wednesday, March 29th through Friday, March 31st, 2017. Students have until March 21, 2017 to register. Space is limited to 1,500 Seniors, so register early! See guidance services for more information or email

All LSU admission application materials are due before January 3, 2017, to the LSU Office of Enrollment.


You can access your child's information online using the Parent Command Center
click on FOR PARENTS then the dropdown menu Parent Command Center
contact the school if you have any questions

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.


Students during the 3rd six weeks you will only have 19 to 22 days to get your AR points. 

   Dec. 12 - 21   and    Jan. 4 - 1:30 on the 13th.

 Depending on the completion of testing, two
or three more days may be added.

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

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:

This is the link for practicing the online tools.

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