We will be taking the current 10th graders to Texarkana Campus on the 26th of this month. The tour will begin at 10:00 am and last around an hour,we should be back by 2pm.. We will take them to eat, students need to bring money for lunch. Permission slips can be turned into the office!
Seniors: there are applications for a $1,000 Farm Bureau Scholarship in Ms. Rhodes’ office . The deadline to apply is April 9th.
Seniors: Herff Jones will be here February 28th. Your balance is due at that time. No Checks. If you need to know your balance, see Mrs. Page.
Students that drive to school please get with Officer McClure if you have not gotten a parking pass. We will begin assigning noon detention to anyone that has not taken care of this. Also, driving is a privilege and if you can not drive in a safe manner then your driving privileges will be suspended. 7th period softball may drive to the field to practice once Coach Powell has approved it, and 8th period baseball may also drive to the field. You need to drive responsibly or we will transport you by bus each day.
Student council members have chocolate covered pretzel rods for sale for $1 each. You may choose between chocolate/oreo, chocolate/sprinkles, or double chocolate. See any student council member or Mrs. Piker no earlier than 30 minutes after lunch to make a purchase. All proceeds go toward the purchase of a flagpole and flag for the high school campus
If you are interested in videoing the bb games for next year, see Coach Mo Williams. You must be present at ALL games!
Your attendance is very important!. Get up and Get to school and be on time!
Students may eat in the gym lobby before school IF allowed in the gym due to weather. AT lunch, Students may eat in the cafeteria or the Pit only. Please be respectful and throw your trash away.
If you are tardy to class you must come to the office!!!
We Will Rock You the School Edition March 14, 15, and 16 at 7:00 pm and March 17 and 4;00 pm. First rehearsal Jsn. 8 at 3:30 on Auditorium stage for read through company meeting and costume measurements.
The Close Up Program is in the process of raising money for a trip to Washington D.C. We have Fouke Panther Lanyards for $5.00. If you would like to buy one please contact Ms. Cross at the central office or Ms. Nadeau at the high school. Thanks in advance for all your help.
Students, Fouke High School is a closed campus - remember if you drive to school you may not go back into your vehicle until 3:19 - you may no longer drive to Athletics, Ag, FACS or anywhere once you arrive at school.
Students if you drive to school make sure you have gotten your parking tag from Officer McClure. Driving on campus is a privilege and the way in which you enter & leave the parking lot each day is being monitored. If you drive recklessly your driving privileges will be suspended.
Please help us to put trash in its place. The Fouke High School Conservation Club is promoting a campaign to help keep our campus free of trash - Everyone Join In!
Students who need a parking pass may see Officer McCLure second period in his office. Teachers please make sure before you send a student that they have their paperwork .
Students be reminded that you can only have water bottles out in the building to drink. You will be ask to throw away anything else.
WELCOME TO FOUKE HIGH SCHOOL!
From the Principal:
Dear Fouke High School Students and Families,
It is with great honor and excitement that I introduce myself, Eva Nadeau, as the new Principal at FHS. My passion for education and supporting the success of all students has been shaped over the past 30 years as a band director, teacher, assistant principal, and principal. In each of my roles, I have sought to ensure the success of each student and the school by providing the best instructional and extracurricular opportunities and supports possible. Similarly, it in my number one priority at FHS to ensure that every student receives the most well-rounded education possible.
A well-rounded education means outstanding instruction from top-notch teachers, as well as extra-curricular opportunities and supports that enable students to develop character, cultivate passions, and explore the world outside the classroom. When considering the opportunities available to students, I often look to my own experiences and involvement in high school and college courses, athletics, band, clubs and volunteer efforts that helped shape who I am today. As the Principal at FHS, I am committed to ensuring that student needs and interest help shape instruction and extracurricular opportunities. Through this shared commitment to learning, I am excited to see students engaged in debate in the classrooms, scoring the winning point on the field, performing in the musical, or any other area that peaks student interest and passion.
Most importantly, an excellent education is not possible without the great collaboration of students, parents and staff. Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of getting to know some of the amazing students, parents, and staff at FHS, while also learning about the rich school history and success. One of the greatest takeaways from these conversations has been the immense enthusiasm and pride for the school and community. It is through that same enthusiasm and pride that I look forward to being a Fouke Panther and working with each of you to continue the success at FHS.
I look forward to a great year ahead of us! Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns, and ideas that you would like to discuss.
Have a great rest of the summer!
CONGRATULATIONS, FHS BAND –
2018 3A STATE CHAMPIONS!
Best overall music, best overall visual, and 1st place in Class
Fouke High School is a closed campus. Beginning Oct. 22, 2018, if you drive to school you may NOT get back into your vehicle until 3:19. You may NO LONGER drive to ATHLETICS, AG, or ANYWHERE once you arrive at school!
2019 Sr. Girls’ District Basketball Tournament Bracket:
Check out up-coming events and announcements in the left sidebars.
Congratulations to the FFA Livestock Show Team on their showing at the Dixie National Open Show at Ft. Worth!
4-States Band Masters’ Clinic – Seven FHS Band students participated in the annual 4-States Band Masters’ Clinic in Texarkana on January 17-19, 2019.
FHS Art Classes Trip to Crystal Bridges – Several art students traveled to Bentonville, AR where they participated in short educational activities and discussions about art at the Crystal Bridges Museum Friday, Feb. 8, 2019.
STATE REQUIRED INFORMATION:
DIRECTIONS: Click on the links below to access the listed information.
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