- Dec 18
! Finals Schedule
The week of of December 11-15 is a normal week with block days.
Dec. 18-22, 2017
- 8:00-9:00: Tutoring time
- 9:00-11:00: Testing Block One
- 12:00-1:00: Tutoring time
- 1:00-3:00: Testing Block Two
- Monday (12/18): Periods 2 & 6
- Tuesday (12/19): Periods 3 & 8
- Wednesday (12/20): Periods 1 & 7
- Thursday (12/21): Periods 4 & 5
! Temperature Regulation Survey
Too cool for school? Or is school too cool for you?
Please fill out this quick survey so that we can get better temperature regulation at Fairview.
- Dec 19
! Dine at Tokyo Joe's & Support FHS Cheer Team!
Tuesday December 19, from 4pm to 9pm, dine out at Tokyo Joe's at 2525 Arapahoe Rd and please mention Fairview Cheer's Dine Out Event, 25% of your bill is donated to Fairview! Thank you for your support of our Cheer Team!
! Seniors, register to vote!
! Open Enrollment Events
The following events are available for prospective 9th graders:
- Showcase Night: November 8, 6:30 in the auditorium. No reservation required.
- Breakfast with the Principal: Parents will have an opportunity to meet with our Principal, Don Stensrud, and ask questions about Fairview. Click here to make a reservation.
- Fairview Experience: This event is designed for incoming freshmen to experience Fairview. Click here to make a reservation.
- Parent Tours: Parent Tours take place during the Fairview Experience and are conducted by an Administrator. Come see Fairview and get your questions answered. No reservation required.
For more information, check the flyer here.
! Schedule Adjustments, College App Help & More!
See information about second semester schedules, financial aid, and learn more about these topics. Visit the counseling office webpage here!.
! Interested in Knight Crew? Sign UP!
Hello Sophomores and Juniors!
We are changing the way we apply for Knight Crew this year. Instead of the application process, you are invited to sign up for the new Knight Crew seminar class offered this spring. This seminar will be held during your lunch period on block days (similar to your freshmen seminar) for the first 8 weeks of the semester, and you will receive one credit for this class. For the 2018-2019 school year, the knight crew leaders will primarily be mentors to the incoming freshmen. Instead of teaching the different lessons you learned in your seminar class, the knight crew leaders will be working with the freshmen on helping them develop relationship/social skills. In the knight crew seminar in the spring, a small group of teachers will be teaching the incoming knight crew the different skills which we will ask you to give the freshmen during the following fall. Some of these skills include: making new friends, the art of conversation, conflict resolution, self help and self advocacy, leadership and more.
If you are interested, watch the this video and please fill out the attached google form. If you have further questions, please find Ms. Roetto and/or come to one of our informational meetings TBD...
See the Knight Crew video here!
Fill out the Google sign up form here!
Deadline for sign up is Wednesday, December 20, at noon!
- Nov 30
! Celebrate Kindness!
As a part of kindness month, we are providing a platform for people to shout out those who have been kind to them. If you have someone who you would like to thank, stop by the Kindness Boxes in room 844 and in the library.
! 3D Printing Club Survey
Have you ever wanted your own personal nameplate? Or how about a golden castle? Well look no further cause we can make you life-long dream come true! We are the 3D printing club! We print anything all day everyday. Please fill out our survey here. Thanks! We meet Wednesday during block lunch in the Library 3D Printing room! Ask the librarian if you don't know where that is. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Arshan Aidun or Alec Vaughn at [email protected] and [email protected]
! 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.