Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences
FHC welcomes parents to meet with teachers. We will be hosting two nights of conferences:
Thursday, February 12th from 4:00-7:30
Wednesday, March 4th from 4:00-7:30
Parent Survey – Your Input is Needed
Dear FHC Parents:
Each year we survey our parents to obtain input on your experience with FHC.
We value your feedback and appreciate you taking the time to respond to this 5 question survey.
Just Click on the Link Below
A REMINDER FROM YOUR NURSES
PARENTS - With the cold and flu season upon us, please remind your student to go to the nurses office when not feeling well. Students have been texting parents from class stating they are not feeling well. For your convenience and to avoid disruption of class, it is important for students to come to our office to contact you. If the student needs to leave school, they can contact you from our office and be in our office waiting for you if pick up is required. That way, we are also aware of any illnesses present in our building.
Also, please remember the policy adopted by the FHSD is to exclude students sent home with fever until the fever is gone for 24 hours without the use of acetaminophen or ibuprofen. Please help us control the spread of viral illness and disease by complying with our 24 hour exclusion policy after your child is sent home with a fever, or after developing a fever while at home.
Thank you for your cooperation!
The Care and Concern Box is an effort to provide students an additional way to bring issues to the attention of FHC teachers and staff. There are three care and concern boxes located throughout the building; one in the hallway by guidance and the library, one in the cafeteria, and one near the student parking entrance. The cyber care and concern box below is linked directly to our School Resource Officer.
Students may use the boxes to report actions that they have experienced or witnessed and would like addressed. Students also may report a concern that they have for a fellow student. The student simply drops a note in the box or uses the cyber care and concern box. Be sure to include specific information when making a report. The more details that are included, the better the teachers,principals, counselors, or the SRO can respond. The boxes are checked frequently and the reports are shared with the appropriate staff member.