Online Class Schedule Beginning March 30, 2020
OFFICE HOURS Monday is teacher prep and collaboration time **Students will still be receiving lessons online Tuesday 8:30-10:15 Math 10:15 -... (see more)
Monday is teacher prep and collaboration time **Students will still be receiving lessons online
10:15 - 12:00 LA
12:00 - 1:45 Science
1:45 - 3:30 Social Studies
8:30 - 10:15. World languages
10:15 - 12:00. Fine Arts
12:00 - 1:45. Practical Arts
1:45 - 3:30. PE and Health
8:30 - 10:15. Social studies
10:15 - 12:00. Science
12:00 -1:45. LA
1:45 - 3:30. Math
8:30 - 10:15. PE and Health
10:15 - 12:00. Practical Arts
12:00 - 1:45. Fine Arts
1:45 - 3:30. World Languages
Updates from the Principal
Thursday Update from Principal Stensrud Fairview Families, Well, the first week of online school is almost over and now there are only 4 more to g... (see more)
Thursday Update from Principal Stensrud Fairview Families,
Well, the first week of online school is almost over and now there are only 4 more to go. It has been a week of some ups and downs and lots of new things for students, parents and teachers. We are learning as we are going and trying to make adjustments as we progress.
A few things I want to share with you:
We have distributed a little over 130 Chromebooks to our families the past two weeks. If you still need one please contact Assistant Principal Ross Sutter at [email protected]. Or if you have one and it is not working correctly please call the IT helpdesk at 720-561-4357.
Some of our families are struggling with finances, food and mental health support so here are links about supports from BVSD and Boulder County:
Boulder County Resources: https://www.bouldercounty.org/families/disease/covid-19/covid-19-resources/#housing
BVSD Family Helpline: 720-770-0102
Additionally, feel free to contact your student's counselor via email during this time and they can help direct you to additional supports.
As you know by now all BVSD proms have been canceled which is a very sad thing for our seniors. We are still hoping that graduation will take place on 5/17 but if the online school year is extended we are still committed to doing graduation in either June or July. I will keep you posted.
This is a really tough time in our school, our city, our state and our country (and yes...our world). We don't like being in our homes 24/7, but social distancing is really the best step we can take to flatten the curve and get back to some sense of normalcy. So please stay home and take care of each other. This can be a great time for families to slow down, reconnect and learn that our teenage kids are truly amazing people and actually quite fun to be around.
Take care, wash your hands and we will touch base on Sunday,
Important Contact Information
IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS AND EMAILS -Please leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you ASAP. All departments are responding to voicema... (see more)
IMPORTANT CONTACT NUMBERS AND EMAILS -Please leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you ASAP. All departments are responding to voicemail messages and emails.
All attendance matters: 720.561.5352 [email protected]
Registrar (IC issues, OE, transcripts, etc): 720.561.5335 [email protected]
Treasurer (Student Fees, RevTrak): 720.561.5330 [email protected]
Athletics (All Sports): 720.561.5327 [email protected]
AP Secretary: [email protected]
IB/AP (Testing, Registering, etc.):720.561.5868 [email protected]
Principal's Secretary: 720.561.5329 [email protected]
CCC: Carol Diebel 720.561.5860 [email protected]
Main Office:720.561.3106 [email protected]
Please call the department you need, directly. Thank you
Prom Regretfully, knowing that constraints on social distancing are not expected to be lifted until mid-April, BVSD is canceling all proms this yea... (see more)
Prom Regretfully, knowing that constraints on social distancing are not expected to be lifted until mid-April, BVSD is canceling all proms this year and we are strongly encouraging families against holding alternative gatherings for teens knowing that this could create additional exposure to the coronavirus – undermining efforts to slow the spread of the disease.
Testing TESTING INFORMATION UPDATES
CMAS testing is canceled. We do not have final information about the in-school SAT test scheduled for April at this time but will keep you informed as it becomes available.
March and May dates for the Saturday administration of SATs have been canceled and registered students will receive refunds. New, additional testing times will be announced from the College Board when available, along with news and arrangements for AP testing. Check the website for updates; www.collegeboard.org
For ACT testing, the 4/4 testing date has been rescheduled for 6/13. For more news updates, go to: www.act.org
AP: AP testing will go on! In a modified way. Go to the college board AP Central website for more information.
Graduation 2020 Graduations We recently learned that the University of Colorado has canceled all public events at its facilities through May 31, including planned graduation ceremonies. We expect other venues will soon follow.
While this is not a surprise given current estimates regarding the projected timeline of the pandemic crisis, we are saddened by the continuing impact of this health crisis on our students – especially our graduating seniors.
We acknowledge the importance of high school graduation and are dedicated to finding a way to have graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020.
We are continuing to be in close consultation with our partners in public health and are considering a number of options.
Our hope is that because of our united actions, we are able to flatten the curve and that things return back to normal this summer – potentially allowing us to gather with our community to celebrate our outstanding young people who have worked so hard to earn their diplomas.
It is a bit soon to provide specific plans. Every option remains on the table. Right now we are looking at postponing events, but it is important that everyone realizes that the events may need to look different, based on the circumstances. Public health expects to have a lot more data in the next few weeks, which will help inform our decisions regarding the potential resumption of school and other activities.
We will continue to provide updates. Thank you for your patience.
Alumni Transcript Requests
Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check ... (see more)
Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check or money order payable to: Fairview High School OR make your payment online at Fairviewhs.org, click online payments, click additional items/events, click transcripts and enter payment. Please mail this request with payment to the address provided on the form, or email the request with a copy of your online payment receipt to: [email protected] If necessary you may fax your request to: Fairview Counseling Office - 720.561.5333 (If faxing, please include an image of your online payment receipt) Find Alumni Transcript Request Form Here
Hello Fairview Class of 1980! It’s been 40 years.
Come and celebrate at our Reunion Weekend — August 7th - 9th, 2020. We have lots of great things planned and can't wait to see you! Visit our webs... (see more)
PE Waivers at Fairview HS
PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 P... (see more)
PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 PE credits earned. If scheduling or other circumstances do not allow a student to complete the requirement in classes, his/her CHSAA approved FHS sports can be considered for up to 10 waived credits toward the 15 required PE credits for graduation. PE credit is not earned.
If a student earns 15 credits in the classroom, they will not receive waived credit regardless of the number of sports he/she successfully participated in. If a student athlete earns 5-10 credits in class, the FHS coach approved roster will be reviewed to waive 5-10 credits, not to exceed 15 total PE credits. Transcript entries for waived PE credit will be made after a student's Junior year.
Participation in FHS sports is not required; attendance for each sport is not required and sports take place outside of the school day, therefore student athletes do not receive PE Credit and students are still required to earn 220 credits to graduate. Refer to BVSD Policy IKF.