Artist of the month

Olabaju Brooks is an artist full of energy.  Ola commits to her talent by adding a personal expression to every project.  She takes the objectives and goes beyond the base to add her voice to each work. As proof of her gift, she keeps an on-going sketchbook that displays varying styles from realism to graffiti. These efforts earn Ola the title of Artist of the Month for April. 

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Fairfield High School is proud to be an official No Excuses University school! The 6 principles below will guide our vision as a school in preparing our students for successful, productive lives:

1.     Committed: We believe that students deserve to be educated in a way that prepares them for college if they so choose to attend. We also believe that we the school, have the power to make this opportunity a reality.

 

2.    Courageous: To display courage is to show strength in the face of fear. We do this by ignoring those who try to tell us that our dreams for our students are unrealistic and impossible. We ask for forgiveness instead of permission. We hold one another accountable and we come together as a critical mass to confront the status-quo.

 

3.     Collaborative: Our collaborative spirit is grounded on the idea that we each have unique strengths as well as different weaknesses. We make the time to work with one another in a way that maximizes accountability while minimizing anxiety. This helps us to achieve greater success for our students as a team, while at the same time promoting balance in our lives as individuals.

 

4.    Creative: We are innovative and love to explore new ways to get results for our students. Experimentation is not a suggestion, but rather an expectation of an No Excuses University Pro. When we find success through our creativity, we celebrate as a staff and seek ways to replicate the results elsewhere.

 

5.    Character Centered: Character is doing the right thing when no one is watching… this goes double for adults. We are consistent with our rules and methods for teaching behavior as we take responsibility for all students.

 

6.     College and Career Crazy: College readiness is a tie that binds us as students, parents, and staff. Because of this we reveal the benefits of a college degree to all students in practical and achievable ways that offer hope for a better future. Our network exists to shatter the myths that a student has to be rich or privileged to go to college.

Click here to learn more about No Excuses University

 

Daily Bulletin

Bulletin for April 22, 2014


 

  • THE STUDENT OUTCOME COMMITTEE AND MRS. STEWARD WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE ILSSE DIAZ, MR. DUNCAN WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE MARO FIGUEROA-TORRES FOR THEIR ABILITY TO EMBRACE THE QUALITY OF SELF-REGULATION.  MRS. PATTERSON WOULD LIKE TO RECOGNIZE CHRISTIAN BELLINDER, ROBERT SAVINSKI-CORREA, AND JAMIE VALLENSENOR FOR THEIR LASER FOCUS, SELF-REGULATION, AND TRUSTWORTHINESS.  KEEP IT UP FALCONS!

 

 

  • ATTENTION JUNIORS:  THERE IS ONE LAST SAT TEST SCHEDULED FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR.  THE TEST WILL BE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH AT ARMIJO.  REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MAY 7TH.  SEE MS. JANAE IN THE COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER FOR A STUDY GUIDE AND ADDITIONAL INFO.

 

 

  • SENIORS PLANNING TO ATTEND SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE THIS FALL: REMEMBER TO HAVE YOUR PERMISSION SLIP SIGNED BY YOUR 4TH PERIOD TEACHER SO YOU CAN ATTEND THE UNOJA SCHOLAR PROGRAM PRESENTATION ON APRIL 22ND.  SEE MS. JANAE IN THE COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER FOR ADDITIONAL INFO.

 

 

  • SUPPORT YOUR FHS SOFTBALL TEAM AND PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE A’S vs NATIONALS ON MAY 11TH.  TICKETS ARE $25.  COME GET A FLYER IN THE SMO OR SEE ANY SOFTBALL PLAYER FOR MORE INFO.

 

 

  • BE A PART OF 36 YEARS OF FHS HISTORY AND JOIN IN ON “ALMOST ANYTHING GOES” (OR AAG).  STOP BY THE SA OFFICE TO PICK UP A TEAM PACKET.  APPLICATIONS AND A $42 FEE ARE DUE ON APRIL 25TH.  DON’T MISS OUT ON ONE OF THE BEST AND MOST FUN EVENTS FHS HAS TO OFFER!

 

 

  • YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE IN THE SA OFFICE FOR $70 UNTIL THEY ARE SOLD OUT.  THERE IS A LIMITED QUANTITY LEFT.  SEE MS. TURNER IN THE SA OFFICE OR MR. CEMENSEN IN D-9 FOR MORE INFO.

 

 

  • LEADERSHIP IS HOSTING A TEXAS ROADHOUSE FUNDRAISER ON APRIL 23RD FROM 5-6:30.  TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FROM MS. QUIJAS IN G-12 FOR ONLY $12. 

 

 

  • SENIORS:  GRADUATION LEI’S ARE ON SALE AT THE SA OFFICE UNTIL MAY 22ND AND ONLINE UNTIL JUNE 1ST.  COSTS RANGE FROM $20-$35.  

 

 

  • DISTRICT STUDENT BOARD MEMBER APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE.  TAKE A CHANCE TO BE THE STUDENT VOICE FOR OVER 22,000 STUDENTS.  APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN G-12 WITH MS. QUIJAS AND ARE DUE BY MAY 2ND.

 


THERE IS NO SCHOOL FRIDAY OR MONDAY!  HAVE A GREAT LONG WEEKEND, BE SAFE, GET INSPIRED, AND OFFER NO EXCUSES!!!

Technology Survey!

Great news!! It's back!! The Technology Surveys are back and are available to participate in! Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by clicking the appropriate link below. These surveys will help shape the next year's technology initiatives for this school!
 
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  • Announcing the April 2014 Students of the Month!  Congratulations!!

    Freshmen: Isaiah Jones   
    Sophomore: Anthony Canavesio
    Junior:  Denise Medina
    Senior:  Laura Becerril
    Athletes:
       MALE: Unree Johnson              
       FEMALE:  Lesley Martinez
    Artists of the month:
       2D: Ola Brooks
       3D:  Molly Eichenberger 
    Most Dramatic: Kavita Preet
    ROTC:  Jose Flores
    Musician:  Ross Ackerman
    Chef: Julian Garcia
    Outstanding Leader: Kelsie Savko 
    AVID:  Esmeralda Ramirez
    Fashion Star: Courtney Franklin
    Star Student: Norma Sandoval


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