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National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Thursday March 28 at 6 PM in the middle school auditorium.

Academic Signing Day for Seniors

Seniors receiving scholarships will be recognized at Academic Signing Day held, April 29th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. in the MS auditorium.  Recognition letters must be turned in by April 1st.  

Fouke Ex-Student scholarships are due.

Fouke Ex-Student scholarships are due by March 30th. See Ms. Rhodes if you have any questions.

Seniors to Visit UAHT.

Seniors will visit UAHT on March 26th. Students who want to go need to sign up on the list on the senior bulletin board by Coach Jones’ room.

Prom Ticket Sales

Prom is April 13, 2019. Tickets will go on sale beginning March 1, 2019. Tickets are $40.00 each from March 1st  through April 5th and from April 8th through April 12th ticket will increase to $50.00 each. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door.  Date approval forms are in the HS office, and are due back by 4/8/2019!

Cheer Try-outs!

If you would like to be a FHS Cheerleader for the upcoming season 2019-2020, there is a sign up list in the HS office for tryouts.   

1st Fouke Gaming Tournament

The 1st Fouke gaming tournament will be held on Saturday March 30, 2019 in the middle school auditorium from 10am-7pm.  Register on line at FoukeGaming@gmail.com. 

Don't be Late!

If you are tardy to first period you must come to the office and check in!!!

Art Club Fundraiser

Art Club will be selling various types of candy that will range from 10 cents to $2.00. They will be selling it at the end of 6th period to the end of the school day during the month of March. You can get Candy from any Art Club member or from Mrs. Suttee.

NHS

NHS membership list is posted outside of Ms. Tice’s room. Please see her as soon as possible.

Scholarship Opportunity

Seniors: there are applications for a $1,000 Farm Bureau Scholarship in Ms. Rhodes’ office .  The deadline to apply is April 9th.

Attendance

Your attendance is very important!.  Get up and Get to school and be on time!

No Food in gym

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.

Tardies

If you are tardy to class you must come to the office!!!

Fouke High School is a closed campus!

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.

Fouke High School Conservation Club

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!

Parking Passes

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 .

Reminder - Water Only!

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.

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Fouke High School
403 Panther Drive
Fouke, Arkansas 71837
Phone: 870-653-4551
Fax: 870-653-3313
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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!

Eva Nadeau

 

 

 

Congratulations to Fouke FFA’s Livestock Judging Team

on Qualifying for State at the Southern District CDE

contest at SAU !

 

Congratulations to the Battle of Books Teams /  Panthers

on their 1st place win at the competition in Hope!  Both

teams represented our school well and we are proud of

each and every one of them!

Battle of the Books team 1st place

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS to Fouke FFA on taking 2nd place

in the Houston Rodeo Herdsman Contest!

FFA Rodeo Houston 2019

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS FHS LADY PANTHERS – 2019

CLASS 3A REGION 4 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS!

 

CONGRATULATIONS, FHS BAND – 

2018 3A STATE CHAMPIONS!

Best overall music, best overall visual, and 1st place in Class

3A!!!‚Äč

 

IMPORTANT:  

Students,

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!

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE RECYCLING PROGRAM:

This is another recycling program that the Fouke High School Conservation Club  learned about, and we wanted to share the information with you. The Appalachian Wildlife Refuge in Skyland, North Carolina, accepts old mascara wands which they use to clean injured and orphaned animals at the refuge.  The refuge asks that you first clean, and dry, the used wands before placing  them in a plastic bag for shipping.  Their shipping address and website are listed below and there are links to their wand recycling form and informational poster.  Thanks in advance for taking part in this program and please feel free to pass this information along to others who you believe might be interested in participating. 

www.appalachianwild.org

recycle form

Information sheet

 

Appalachian Wildlife Refuge

P.O. Box 1211

Skyland, North Carolina 28776

 

Barry Hughes

Fouke High School Science Teacher

College Biology

AP Biology

AP Environmental Science

Pre-AP Biology

Ecology

(870)653-4311

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

2019 play

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony – March 28, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. – MS auditorim.

Check out up-coming events and announcements in the left sidebars.

RECENT EVENTS: 

The FHS FCCLA group visited Heifer Ranch where they learned about efforts to end worldwide hunger on March 12, 2019.  They attended the State FCCLA Conference at Conway, Arkansas on March 13, 2019.

FCCLA at Heifer Ranch 

 

Band Honors:

I am happy to report that the Fouke HS Band Earned unanimous 1st division ratings in Concert and Sight Reading Performance at the ASBOA Region 2 Assessment held Friday, 3/8, at Lake Hamilton HS in Hot Springs.  These ratings combined with the 1st division rating from the Marching Assessment in the Fall has earned our Band the ASBOA Sweepstakes Award for the 4th consecutive year!  Our students played beautifully and represented our band, school and community in a manor that should make us all proud to be Panthers!

Please help me congratulate our students and spread this great news!!

Thanks!

Buddy Deese, Director
Fouke Bands

Contest results and rings..…

From Buddy Deese:

I am happy to report that our HS Band earned unanimous 1st division ratings in Concert and Sight Reading at the ASBOA Region 2 Assessment last night.  These ratings combined with our 1st division at the Marching Assessment has earned our band their 4th consecutive ASBOA Sweepstakes Award!  This consistency of high performance ratings is something that should make all of us very proud to be a part of the Panther Band Program!!  I was both proud and excited for the students last night.  In addition, our MS Band earned a 1st division rating in Concert and Sight Reading, as well.  This earned them the MS Sweepstakes Award!!  This type of success makes the future of our program look extremely bright.  

One more thing - If you ordered a State Championship Ring, they have been delivered to the school.  We will be giving them out during 5th period on Monday.  We will use Monday to review our Assessment rating and celebrate our successes.  Should be a fun period.

Thank you for your continued support of our program.

Buddy Deese, Director
Fouke Bands

Biology / Environmental Science: 

On February 27, 2019, a Fouke High School graduate, and current environmentalist and prescribed fire conservationist with The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas, Clint Harris, presented a program over "The Effect of Prescribed Burning on Local Ecosystems" to a group of our high science students.  During the presentation the students learned about the benefits of prescribed burning, the hazards and costs of fire suppression, and the six steps involved in a prescribed burn plan.  

Env. Sci.1Env. Sci. 2Env. Sci. 3

 

 STATE REQUIRED INFORMATION:

DIRECTIONS:  Click on the links below to access the listed information.

2018-2019 Fouke High School Improvement Plan

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT PLAN 2018-2019

2016-2017 STATE CATEGORICAL PLAN

Notice of School Based Mental Health Services

(Click links to access)

Emergency Crisis Resources

Calendar 2018-2019

2018-2019 Basketball

2019 Baseball

2019 Softball

2019 Track

HS Interim test dates