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May 1st, 2017

Final "Coffee With The Principal" for this year....

May 3rd
8:30 a.m.
In the cafeteria.



May 22-25, 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 (5/22) Periods 1 & 8
Tuesday (5/23) Periods 2 & 7
Wednesday (5/24) Periods 3 & 6
Thursday (5/25) Periods 4 & 5

2016-2017 Yearbook!

Don't forget to pre-order a 2016-17 yearbook! Pre-ordering will be available until midnight on May 10 through fairviewlance.com/buy.

After May 10, you will still be able to buy a book at distribution on May 12 in the MAT ROOM. The price will increase to $90 at this point, and we will take cash, a check, or a card.

If you're not sure whether or not you've purchased a book yet, go to fairviewlance.com/sales to check our spreadsheet.

Feel free to contact Ms. Broaddus with questions: [email protected].

Medication Pick-Up

If your student has medication in the health room, please make arrangements to pick up this medication by Wednesday, May 24th. If it is not absolutely necessary for this medication to be at school, please pick up the medication as soon as possible.

Students may pick up epi-pens, inhalers and diabetes supplies. Parents will need to come in to pick up all controlled medications.

If your student will need us to administer medication next year, please have your health care provider complete the Medication Administration Authorization. All medication orders must be renewed each year.

Any medication not picked up by the end of the day on the last day of school will be disposed of. It is illegal for us to keep any medications in the health room over the summer.

Please contact me if you have any questions, or would like to schedule a pick-up time.

Thank you!
Hillary Hecht
Phone: 720-561-3336

Donate a Yearbook!

We need help making sure that every graduating senior can get a yearbook. To support those students who can't afford the cost, we're asking for donations.

If you are willing and able to donate the entire cost of a yearbook, simply order one through fairviewlance.com/buy. In the notes section of the order form, let us know that it is a donation.

If you'd like to donate a different amount, bring a check to the Treasurer at any point. You can also make a donation of any amount through the Donations page of the Online Payments page from the Fairview website.

Thank you so much for your support!
Feel free to contact Ms. Broaddus with questions: [email protected]

Counseling Office and College/Career Center News

A sample of the new announcements from our “Counseling and College/Career Center” website is listed below. For more information and a complete list of resources, follow this link: http://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling)

SENIORS AND PARENTS: The Fairview Counseling office would like to issue a few important reminders to students as we are quickly approaching the end of the year. Seniors are responsible for monitoring their grades, credits and graduation requirements. In order to be sure you will be walking across the stage at graduation with your classmates, please make sure you adhere to the following information:

  • Complete all your Graduation Requirements including the following:
    • All online courses, including Boulder Universal credit recovery and Boulder Universal full-semester. There will be NO extensions for seniors.
    • Attend all your classes. Fulfill the requirements of your Attendance Contract if you are on one. Missing classes can result in failed courses, and not graduating.
    • PASS all your classes. Many seniors are currently failing classes that are needed for graduation. Get those grades up! Talk to your teachers! Access free tutoring in the Student Achievement Center.
    • Complete the Money Management requirement if you haven't done so already, and turn the certificate in to the registrar. Instructions are on the FHS Counseling website.
    • Make final decisions about colleges. Keep your counselor informed of where you plan to attend or input this information in the Family Connection by Naviance website. As part of the final checkout process for graduation, you’ll be required to complete a Senior Survey and request to have your final transcript sent to your attending college. More information will follow regarding this process.
  • Hang in there Seniors! We’re rooting for you. The FHS Counselors are here to support you if you have any questions or concerns.

COLLEGE INFORMATION MEETING: Harvard, Duke, Georgetown, U Penn and Stanford present an information session on two different nights in our area. The first night is in Denver on Sunday, May 21, 7:00 pm, at Hyatt Regency DTC 7800 E. Tufts Ave., Denver; and the second night is in Boulder, on Monday, May 22th, 7:00 pm at Hotel Boulderado 2115 13th St., Boulder. More information and registration can be found at: http://www.exploringcollegeoptions.org/.

CO-TEACHING/LEARNING ASSISTANT AT SOUTHERN HILLS: Fairview students, are you interested in working with a middle school teacher in presenting, developing, and teaching unit lessons next year for one or two semesters? Co-teaching/learning assistant interns will be paired with a Southern Hills middle school teacher to plan and implement lessons. Spend 3-5 days per week in a SHMS classroom, cooperating with a teacher to develop and review lessons. Apps are due no later than May 5, 2017 at 3:30pm. Students earn course credits for completing each semester. See your Fairview Counselor for more information and pick up an application in the counseling office!

HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT: 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 in Mathematics or World Language 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

All interested students should plan to pick up an application packet in the FHS Counseling Office from Ms. Wendy Herron. These applications are available now and must be completed no later than Monday, May 8. NO LATE APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED.

SUMMER SCHOOL: Summer school offers students the chance to take courses to satisfy graduation course requirements, or for credit recovery, or as a supplemental selection. A variety of courses are available through BVSD’s summer school program. Registration for summer school courses, through BVSD, is now open for on campus and online classes. Click here for on-campus course registration. Full semester online courses and credit recovery online registration are available. Course listing information can be viewed here. Whether you choose an online course, or a course held on a BVSD campus, you can view information and register at http://www.bvsd.org/summer/Pages/default.aspx, see the high school choices on the right side of the webpage.

ONLINE COLLEGE FAIRS: College Week Live. Chats, web casts, virtual tours, and advice/information from college reps. http://collegeweeklive.com

SENIORS: NOT YET APPLIED TO COLLEGE? College applications are still being accepted by many colleges throughout the spring semester. Come to the Counseling Office College/Career Center for help. https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/college-applications/applying-to-college-start-here

SENIORS: COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE, WAIT LISTS, and REJECTION - You may have recently heard results from college campuses where you have applied. For campuses where you have been ACCEPTED, you may be trying to decide which one to choose. Come to see your counselor or get help in the College/Career Center. Also, the following articles will give you some ideas of how to compare your choices. https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/college-applications/college-decision. If you have been “WAIT-LISTED,” please read the following article, and come to the Counseling Office/College Career Center for more specific advice: https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/college-applications/college-waitlist If you were NOT ACCEPTED and need to apply to additional campuses, many are still accepting applications. A list is available in the College Career Center.

SCHOLARSHIPS, SUMMER INTERNSHIPS: TIME IS OF THE ESSENSE! Many scholarship listings and internships may have application deadlines coming up very soon. Please explore our databases for these opportunities now. Click for internship listings. Along with thorough information about college, our website has a tab “Paying for College,” that lists hundreds of scholarships and is searchable by key words, award amounts, and dates. See the Fairview scholarship webpage. Our website is updated as new opportunities are being offered, so check back frequently!

JOBS, VOLUNTEER OPPS, AND TRAVEL PROGRAMS: Any of these opportunities can be an excellent way to explore your areas of interest and contribute to your self-discovery! They can also help develop a compelling resume for college applications. For searchable listings of student opportunities click here for the student opportunities page. For complete listings in ANY of these areas, see our website link here, Or see any of these separate links: Summer Programs; Volunteering; Jobs; Community clubs/competitions; or Study Abroad Opportunities.

TRAVEL and/or GAP YEAR PROGRAMS and GAP YEAR FAIRS: Representatives from a wide variety of travel and gap year programs continue to contact Fairview with information about their offerings. We have their brochures and they are also listed on major websites that maintain lists of these companies. For more information, go to our college alternatives webpage here.

Counseling Office Hours are 8:00am-4:00pm daily. 720-561-3212 or 720-561-5328. Counselors and support staff provide students with academic, social-emotional, and college-career counseling during their years at Fairview. Students are assigned to counselors according to the alpha listing of last names.

Visit the “CCC” (College/Career Center): We invite you to visit our College/Career Center in the Counseling Office, where students and families can receive help with research, meet with college representatives, and receive instruction from the counselors in guided lessons about career and academic planning (ICAP). We are open from 8:00-3:30, Monday - Friday. Contact us at 720-561-5860, or email: [email protected].For more information, please visit our website (www.fairviewhs.org/counseling) and spend time getting to know the variety and depth of information that has been provided for you.



This is your last chance this year to enjoy the fabulous sounds of the Fairview Choirs!

May 10th (7:00 p.m.) the choirs performing this evening include: Voices of the Knight, Festival Choir, Troubadours, The Kingsmen, Chivalry and Mass Choir.

May 11th (7:00 p.m.) the choirs performing at this concert include: Enchantment, Festival, Age of Guinevere, Excalibur, Madrigals, and Mass Choir.

Please go to fairviewhs.tix.com to purchase your tickets (available May 5th)!

Position Available with the Booster Club!

The Booster Club is looking for a new treasurer. Below is a description of the position:

Monthly: Deposit booster store monies, check club mailbox in FHS mailroom for incoming checks, receipts, bills, etc, reconcile bank account

Quarterly: File sales tax reports (city and state), pay vendor invoices as needed, write checks for athletic funding or club expenses, deposit King Soopers rebate checks

Annually: Annual registration with Colorado, file 990N postcard, send tax receipt letters to members as necessary, deposit membership donations.

If you are interested, or would like ore information please contact Pam Vogel at [email protected]

Business Classroom Request

The Business classroom is need of 34 rolly chairs. If anyone knows of businesses upgrading furniture now or in the future please contact Mike Mowen at [email protected]. Thank you!

National Latin Exam Results MMXVII

Latin I

Summa Cum Laude - Gold Medalists
Aparajita KaphleFiona RobinsonJoshua FowlerGrace Bryant
Shawn MurphyCordelia Mckee-GreshamTobias LincolnKindra Roden
Thomas KapicaJohanna TjernstromAmelia WellsBrianna Boylan
Emily BalogVanessa Haggans  
Maxima Cum Laude - Silver Medalists
Ryder HeustonConnor KelleyBenjamin SpicerSophie Boileau
Tegan Bartholomew-BrownCharles EngleAriel Robinhold 
Magma Cum Laude - Certificate
Colvin O’DowdLucas CasalsOlivia YoungTony Hao
Tavian JohnOliva MontleJesse BlankLaurel Brodsky
Mia Stephens   
Cum Laude - Certificate
Kayik WildcatAlexander TroxelCian WhitehairWilliam Wollrab
Quinn O’Neill   

Latin II

Perfect Paper - Summa Cum Laude - Gold Medalists
Sophie WoodsAnnika Dombrowski  
Summa Cum Laude - Gold Medalists
Youngbin YoonAndrew SwanbackHenry GrafMariah Meraker
John ParkerCharles Zhang  
Maxima Cum Laude - Silver Medalists
Aidan WiemerNatalie SchulerMarlena PreighThy Dang
Chayce JohnsonBlaine BiedigerSarah ThomasZoe Bennett
Madeleine GallopKenton Kaplan  
Magma Cum Laude - Certificate
Karolina HirdBrian ParkAlexandra MarcoullierTelle Fugett
Astrid Patten   
Cum Laude - Certificate
Eliza HowardBarbara WeinCaitlin KessnerJacqueline Allen

Latin III

Summa Cum Laude - Gold Medalists
Vivian TangJuliana BirkenkampSolomon BloomfieldTheo Morgan
Jolie HoskinsVadim MathysJoni Walsh 
Maxima Laude - Silver Medalists
Connor ThomasChristopher WarrenLauren McKenna 
Magma Laude - Certificate
Emily BetchelSamantha BroadfootEmily Chinowsky 
Cum Laude - Certificate
Lisa HansenAnnamarie WireAlexander Levy 

Latin IV

Summa Cum Laude - Gold Medalist
Ellie Bowers   
Maxima Cum Laude - Silver Medalist
Sirisha Gudavalli   
Magma Cum Laude
Cutter FugettHolland Stevenson  
Cum Laude
Evan SavageKaj HarveyZoe FischoffWesley Dolsen

Swim Team Results!

Meet scores was Fairview 96-87 Boulder.

State qualifiers: Spencer Derthick, 200 IM
New record 100 breast by Michael Zarian 59.09 (old 59.36 Benji Morris)
Duncan Lester 1m diving 333.00 (old 324.15 by Duncan)
Breyden Fano (100 Free)
Chris George (100 Free)

New Records:
Duncan Lester (11 dives) 585.95, beat HIS old score of 565.45
Duncan set the new VMAC pool Record

2017 Seniors of the Boys Swim and Dive Team

Top row: lochlainn renfrow, Duncan Lester, walker Martin, Cody Jeffers, Reese Vogel, kaj Harvey
Bottom: Trevor Bissert, Breyden Fano, Michael Zarian, Justin li

Parent Engagement Network

Award Winning Speaker, Author, Entertainer to Visit Boulder High School!

Adrienne Bulinski is scheduled to deliver an entertaining, informative, and motivating message on Friday, April 28th at 9:45 a.m. to the junior and senior students at Boulder High School. Her message Pursuit of Excellence will address the decisions students make on prom night: Where The Fun Stops and Responsibility Begins.

For more information about Boulder High School please visit http://boh.bvsd.org/

Monday, 05/08/2017
11:30 am - 1:00 pm PEN Celebration Luncheon
Sweet Spot Cafe at Coal Creek Golf Course, Louisville CO


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