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Weekly Announcements
Weekly Announcements
ALLPS
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
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ALLPS SCHOOL OF INNOVATION


ALLPS APPLICATION: ALLPS Application:   https://goo.gl/forms/fCokSBQKApGGfHap1
Parents: If you want to report an absence or check your student out to please call  479-444-3083 and follow the prompts. You may also email Ms. Heather our Admin at  Heather.Verkler@g.Fayar.net
If you have moved since the school year started, please update your address/phone number with us.
For your child to comply with state law, parents must turn in proof of all the required immunizations.


If your child has a medical condition of Seizure disorder, Diabetes, Anaphylactic Food Allergy, or Asthma an updated annual action plan is required. This must be signed by a doctor. Please submit all 2021-2022 action plans to the nurses by September 1, 2021. You may have your student bring it to the nurse or email it to  Martha.Mcbride@g.fayar.net. Thank you.

Summer is a great time for preparing for the next school year. If your child is, or will be turning, 16 by September 1st, they will need a Meningococcal immunization after they turn 16. In order for your child to be in compliance with state law, you must turn in proof of this immunization by October 1st. If your child does not have all the required immunizations by this date, they may be removed from school until proof is given to your school nurse.

If your child has an immunization exemption, the Arkansas Department of Health requires you to reapply for exemption each year. Once you receive the exemption letter from the state you must supply a copy to the nurse’s office. You may have your student bring it to the nurse or email it to Martha.Mcbride@g.fayar.net. Please call with any questions, 445-1222.

If you have any questions, please contact the nurses 
****Temp checks: All students must have a temperature reading beginning 9/14. Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 will need to return home****
COVID-19 SELF SCREENING
All students must complete the self-screening questions listed below before reporting to school, entering a school building, or attending a school-sponsored function. If the answer is “yes” to any of the questions, do not come to school.
Have you experienced ANY of the currently known symptoms of COVID-19 below in the past 48 hours?
  • Have you had a fever of 100.4°F or greater in the last two (2) days?
  • Do you have a cough?
  • Do you have difficulty breathing?
  • Do you have a sore throat?
  • Have you experienced a new loss of the sensation of taste or smell?
  • Have you had close* contact with a person known to be infected with COVID-19 in the previous 14 days? (Close contact is defined as being within approximately 6 feet of a COVID-19 positive case for greater than 15 minutes; close contact can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a healthcare waiting area or room with a COVID-19 case or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a COVID-19 case (e.g., being coughed on). 
Fayetteville Public Schools Covid-19 Dashboard: https://datastudio.google.com/...




General Information:

Parents, please remember to send some form of water bottle with your child.  Our water fountains have been turned off due to the virus, but the bottle fill still works.  They can refill a plastic bottle, it doesn't have to be an expensive water bottle.  thank you for all you do. 
**ALLPS Visitors**
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ALLPS is not accepting visitors at this point. Thank you for understanding.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL STUDENTS 

What: Have you registered for the June ACT test date yet? Why: Want to learn some strategies for test success and boosting your score? When: If so, please join us for a Virtual ACT Workshop on Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 9 am to 1 pm CST #Capatilizing on College Readiness. Who: All participants must be registered for the June 12th ACT exam How: Register by 12pm on June 4th at : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/c...

The Ozark Natural Science Center (ONSC) is hosting a camp for students entering 10th and 11th grade in the 2021-22 school year. The camp will be held July 25-31 at he ONSC. Please visit this link for more information.  https://www.onsc.us/aegis

Fayetteville Youth Wrestling Camp 2021 June 3rd and 4th 9-1 PM Boys and Girls ages 4-16 years old Located in the FHS Wrestling Room in Bulldog Arena $100/kid ($20 deduction for siblings) Pizza provided by Eureka Pizza Walkin-ins the day of are welcome!   https://drive.google.com/file/...


Are you interested in exploring the tropical rainforest, sleeping under the stars on a tropical river cruise, babysitting elephants, and experiencing the food, markets, customs, and temples of an amazing culture? Look no further! Ms. Simpkins and Mr. Holden will be traveling with students to Thailand in June 2022. Stop by room 1954 or 2303 or email matthew.holden@g.fayar.net or cameron.simpkins@g.fayar.net for more info and to learn about summer fundraising opportunities. Meeting in Fall 2021.https://walkingtree.org/programs/2022-fayetteville-thailand-program/



Chromebooks
Please make sure that your child brings their Chromebook to school fully charged every day. The device will get used daily as part of our blended learning instruction. If your child did not receive a Chromebook, please contact Hannah Fleming our Registrar  479-444-1230, or Hannah.fleming@g.fayar.net  and she will coordinate with you to get a device for your child. Additionally, if your child needs help logging into their device or accessing their email, please contact your child’s advisor as soon as possible and they can assist you with this.


For those who have never heard of the FHS Glass Slipper Prom Project... it is a non-profit school-district-based entity dedicated to promoting confidence in young women and providing a unique opportunity where one might not otherwise exist. Through the help of monetary and in-kind donations, as well as countless volunteer hours, the Project distributes formal wear, shoes, accessories, and prom tickets to financially challenged young men and women, so that they may attend this milestone event with assurance. The project could use some updating of inventory, so while doing your spring cleaning this year please consider donating any formal dresses, shoes, or accessories (jewelry, wraps, or purses) to the Glass Slipper Project. You can contact Wendy Moss (479-595-3340) or Crystal Sanders (479-287-0341) and we would be happy to pick up these items from you! Thank You!

 Naviance Access

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Check the Naviance college visit calendar daily to see which colleges are visiting FHS. Most of the time, the representatives that visit are the same people who are reading student applications. Making contact is super important to demonstrate an interest in the college. Determine if you will apply for Early Decision (ED). Discuss the ramifications of this decision with your parent and counselor. Remember you can only apply to one ED school.  Work on college applications and observe all deadlines. For students attending the U of A - housing contracts open mid-September. Early completion of this phase of the housing contract process will guarantee that students are at the top of the list for choosing a residence hall room (this is Phase I of 4 phases for housing). Students will need to be prepared to submit a deposit of $200 to hold their place in the housing “line”. Look over your transcript and ensure all of your classes and grades are accurate. Did you take classes at a junior high school that counted for high school credit? Are they on your transcript? Make sure your GPA is accurate by using our GPA calculator. Go to Fayetteville High School>Student Resources>GPA Calculation. Notify the counselor if you have any errors that need to be corrected.
All seniors who are interested in learning more about specific colleges, should utilize Naviance for virtual tours or visit with their counselor to find out more information.
Hey Students-- your teachers have been working really hard this year and putting a lot of time into making sure all students are getting the help they need. You should show some appreciation towards them for being there for you and impacting your life. If you had a teacher that impacted you, vote for them on this Google Form. We are going to be doing this once a week!  https://forms.gle/w3bNZ3cRgKSJpFHq9



SENIOR REMINDERS
On your radar (May): Make sure your final transcript is submitted to your university.
 Make sure you have applied for the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship (Lottery Scholarship) and accept the scholarship when the email arrives. 
 Make sure FAFSA has been filed. You must re-file FAFSA each year you are in school to qualify for many scholarships/financial aid.


Thank you for your patience as we make decisions in the best interest of your child’s educational needs. We realize that the current COVID-19 pandemic is requiring all of us to make sacrifices and modifications and we appreciate your partnership with us as we navigate the waters during this unprecedented time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s counselor, teacher, or an administrator.
Sincerely,
Denise L. Hoy, Ed.D.
Principal
ALLPS School of Innovation