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May 15th, 2017




FINALS SCHEDULE

NO BLOCK SCHEDULE THE WEEK OF MAY 15TH

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




May 25th is THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL




REGISTRATION FOR NEXT YEAR

Registration is on-line and needs to be completed a.s.a.p. Student and parents must initial attendance and integrity policies. Please visit www.fairviewhs.org/registration. If you have any questions please contact Genevieve Clough at [email protected].




Congratulations Fairview!

The "Bobby G" nominations were just announced. Bobby G is a "Tony-like" program for high school musical productions throughout the state of Colorado. Our production of AIDA (back in November) received nominations for Outstanding costumes and Outstanding Orchestra. There will be an award ceremony in Denver on May 25th!




Please check Infinite Campus and pay all fees before May 18th!

THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT FOR GRADUATING SENIORS AS UNPAID FEES WILL PREVENT YOU FROM GETTING YOUR CAP AND GOWN FOR GRADUATION

There are 3 ways to pay:

For continuing students, all fees must be paid prior to getting your class schedule at registration.




From the library!

Library Fines, Lost Books - Please come to the library to turn in your books and pay your fines. ESPECIALLY GRADUATING SENIORS Thank you!

Library Book Fair during Fairview High School Registration Days -The week of registration is May 22-25th. Buy your required summer reading at school during registration.

Boulder Book Store will be here:
Monday, May 22 - 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm - Incoming Seniors
Tuesday, May 23 - 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm - Incoming Juniors
Click here for the Boulder Bookstore Flyer

Barnes and Noble will be here:
Wednesday, May 24 - 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm - Incoming Sophomores & Freshman
Thursday, May 25 - 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm - Incoming Freshman
Click here for the Barnes and Noble Flyer

Both book stores will donate a portion of their proceeds to benefit Fairview Library.
Thank you for supporting your school and your local bookstores!

All purchases (in-store and/or online) by May 31st (benefit the Library (if your unable to buy your books at registration time)!

Click here for the Required Reading List for SUmmer 2017.

Thank you,

Maura
Maura Rhodes
Teacher Librarian
Fairview High School
720-561-3243




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)

CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS on your many accomplishments. We wish you a wonderful future as you begin this new chapter of your lives. Please keep in touch with us; we will miss you all!!

THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who have so graciously given of your time and energy in the Counseling Office and College/Career Center during this school year! We sincerely appreciate each of you and your many contributions that have made our programs possible!

SENIORS Be sure to complete your Senior Checkout Form. This form is your ticket to completing your final obligations, including indicating where to send your final transcript. This form is also required to be in hand when you pick up your cap and gown on May 18.

REGISTRATION FOR 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR: All students for the school year 2017-18 are required to complete registration. Registration occurs on the following dates, for the grade levels indicated. Before registration, complete these two steps.

  1. Forms should be completed by parents and students, prior to your assigned registration date/time on this link. Access the registration page here.
  2. All past due fees for prior years, must be paid through RevTrack before registration. Save time - skip the line, by logging in to REVTRACK now, and paying fees here. A table for cash, checks, credit cards will be at registration for families with fees, who do not pay online. Incoming 9th graders will not have fees assessed yet, and do not have to complete this step.
There will not be a make-up registration. Enter the small gym through the outside entrance door between the main and small gyms – to the right of the horseshoe drive at the front of the building
Grade LevelDayTime
Incoming SeniorsMonday, 05/2212:00 - 4:30 PM
Incoming JuniorsTuesday, 05/2312:00 - 4:30 PM
Incoming SophomoresWednesday, 05/2412:00 - 4:30 PM
Incoming FreshmenWednesday, 05/24
Thursday, 05/25
4:00 - 6:00 PM
4:00 - 6:00 PM

JUNIORS: To prepare for applying to college next fall, read the articles: “Choosing a College” and “Applying to College” on our Counseling College/Career Website. This summer you can fill out the Common Application, write your essay, prepare your resume, prepare for the fall SAT or ACT tests, if desired, and also think about teachers who could write a letter of recommendation if needed. See the step-by-step instructions for applying to college on our website article: “Applying to College – Start Here” https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/college-and-alternatives/start-here

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/.

FALL COLLEGE FAIR: The upcoming “Colleges that Change Lives” college fair event will be on August 16, 2017 at 7pm at the Denver Convention Center. Information can be viewed here.

THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA APPLICATION SYSTEM will be available on August 1st this year. Application guidelines are available on UC Admissions webpage.

THE “COMMON APPLICATION/COALITION APP/COLLEGE SPECIFIC APPS” To become familiar with these college application systems and to begin to fill out these application forms, see our webpage on College Application formats here.

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

VISITING COLLEGE CAMPUSES: Spring and summer are great times to visit campuses. For information about how to get the most out of a college visit, see: https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/college-and-alternatives/visiting-colleges

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID – Many scholarships are still available for SENIORS, and it is not too early for JUNIORS to be searching for scholarships and making a timeline of due dates. Along with complete information about how to pay for college, our website also has a SCHOLARSHIP search engine that lists hundreds of scholarships and is searchable by key words, award amounts, and dates: https://www.fairviewhs.org/counseling/paying-for-college/scholarships

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.

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.




TAKE A SEAT!

(Or, give one!)

The Fairview Choir Department would like to express sincere gratitude to the Fairview Community. Thank you for your enthusiasm, support and love of the arts.

As you may know, the arts are often underfunded. This is true at Fairview. The district is only able to provide about 5% of our annual budget needs.

We have come up with a very exciting opportunity to help defray some of the expenses we are currently facing. The choir room chairs are in dreadful condition and must be replaced. We have initialed a campaign that we are very excited about.

If you, or others you know, have been part of, impressed by, or entertained by the Fairview Choirs you will want to know about this opportunity!

For $350.00 you can purchase a chair for our department and have your name and a short sentiment engraved on the chair, for eternity!

Act quickly, we are only offering this deal on 120 chairs!

If you are interested please print this and return it to:
Fairview Choir Department
c/o Fairview High School
1515 Greenbriar Blvd
Boulder, CO 80305

Please click here to download this form!




FAIRVIEW PARENTS: HELP WANTED

The FPO is looking for a few parents to help us celebrate the seniors with a picnic lunch on Thursday May 18th. The picnic will take place on the "front lawn" at 11:00. We are looking for helpers to set up, serve, and clean up. We could also use a few items. Please check out the sign up below.

http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0F4BABA822A02-fhssenior




Teacher and Staff Appreciation

Show your appreciation for the fabulous teacher and staff at Fairview!

Join us for a Teacher/Staff appreciation breakfast on May 26th! We are looking for both food donations and volunteers to help with set up clean up.

Please click on the link below to see how you can help thank our teachers for a wonderful year!

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0F4BABA822A02-fairview1




A Warm Farewell!

Kelly Fano and Ashley Kirchner, your FairViews editors, would like to bid you farewell. We have enjoyed keeping you up to date with the Newsletter for the past eight years! Our time as editors has come to an end. We wish you a peaceful and happy summer and wish you all the best in the future. it has been a pleasure serving you.




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