! 11th grade CMAS State Test Information
11th Grade CMAS science test is given on Monday, April 23. 11th grade students taking the CMAS science test must arrive at Fairview at 8:00am, testing begins at 8:15. For information about the CMAS parents and students should see the Colorado Department of Education website here. See the CMAS testing schedule here, 11th grade students taking CMAS should be at school at 8:00, all students not taking CMAS on April 23 have a late start, classes begin at 11:40am. See additional CMAS information below.
For more information, please contact Rose Lupinacci at [email protected] or call 720-561-5342.
CMAS for Juniors 8am - 11am
Lunch 11am - 11:35am
Period 6 11:40am - 12:50pm
Period 7 12:55pm - 2:05pm
Period 8 2:10pm - 3:20pm
Period 1 8am - 9:10am
Period 2 9:15am - 10:25am
Period 3 10:30am - 11:40am
Period 4 12:55pm - 2:05pm
Period 5 2:10pm - 3:20pm
*Regular block days for all students, on Wednesday April 25th and Thursday April 26th
As provided for in state law and district policy, parents may excuse their students from taking CMAS and state college preparatory and college admissions examinations. Contact Rose Lupinacci ([email protected] or 720-561-5342) if you are considering excusing your student from specific state tests, so that you may make an informed decision with regard to the impact non-participation may have on your school and district.
All of these tests are state assessments, meaning your student does not need to sign up for them.
The cafeteria is open on test days. Breakfast will be served at the regular time (7:45 am) and lunch is available in the cafeteria at 11:00-11:30 on April 23rd and 11:40-12:50 on April 24th. Families with additional questions please contact Rose Lupinacci at [email protected] or call 720-561-5342
! Prom Guest Pass
Prom is April 28. If you would like to bring a guest who is not a student at Fairview, please download this form and have it filled out before returning it to Ms. Breit no later than Thursday, April 26.
! Proctors needed for morning AP and IB Exams
We are still in need of many proctors for our May IB and AP exam session, especially for morning exams. No experience is necessary! Please call the Honors Office at 720-561-5868 or email us at [email protected] for information or to sign up to proctor. Thank you for any help you can give to this important volunteer opportunity! (Proctors can not proctor their own student's exams.)
Please refer to the exam schedule on the Fairview Honors Page: http://bvsd.fhsib.org/Exam/COMBINED_Exam_Schedule
! Science NHS Applications
Are you passionate about science? Are you considering pursuing a career in science? If this sounds like you, you should join Fairview's Science National Honor Society Chapter! Science NHS exists to recognize those students that have shown exceptional talent and interest in scientific subjects, and we are now welcoming new students. If you're interested in joining, complete the following application by May 14, 2018 to be considered: https://goo.gl/forms/hXbycqG1m0e6ISGI3
If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected]. We're excited to hear from you!
! CU or Front Range Concurrent Enrollment for Fall 2018
Now is the time to begin thinking about concurrent enrollment at CU-Boulder or Front Range Community College for next fall. If you are in need of an advanced-level course or are interested in trying something new, you can apply for the High School Concurrent Enrollment Program. Information is available on the BVSD website (http://www.bvsd.org/students/Pages/Concurrent-Enrollment.aspx ). You should email Ms. Wendy Herron for the application forms. Applications must be completed and returned to Ms. Herron no later than May 10. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED! See below . Please see the counseling page for updates to this program and to follow important steps for the concurrent enrollment process. https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling
! Spring College Application & More!
See information about College Planning for FHS Juniors on March 19, and concurrent enrollment with CU or Front Range for the Fall 2018 semester; course selection for current students, as well as a STEM college fair, and other topics by visiting the counseling office webpage here!.
! Honor Council Survey
Any instance of academic malpractice may be reported here (cheating, issues of academic integrity). Do not report any names, rather report the behavior observed. In this way, the reporting survey is not meant to target individuals partaking in these actions, but to provide teachers with a better understanding of the types of cheating occurring within their classes. All submissions are anonymous.
! Locker Requests
Locker requests will be taken beginning May 1. The deadline to request a locker has been moved to May 27. If you are unable to sign up for a locker by that time, students can request a locker during the first week of school in the fall.