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April Announcements


We are extremely excited to announce that we are the recipients of a $588,690 GEAR UP TN Grant! 
Funded through a seven-year grant from the US Dept of Education and administered by the TN Higher Education Commission, GEAR UP TN works with community-based Collaboratives in 15 counties across the state to promote college readiness and success. Between 2017 and 2024, GEAR UP TN will provide a variety of services including mentoring, tutoring, college visits, and financial aid counseling, to ensure more Tennessee students can enroll and succeed in postsecondary education.


 

Tiger Tracks Shirts


Tiger Tracks T-shirt orders are due this Friday! Our shirt this year was designed to celebrate our house system! All house colors are represented by paw prints on this year’s shirt! 


 

RAS is Test Ready!


RAS students are pumped and ready for the TNReady test! Pre-K - 1st graders cheered on and encouraged our 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders to do their very best!

More photos at: https://bit.ly/2J5PvGr


Kindergarten Registration

Thursday, April 19th | 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Ralph Askins Elementary | 901 Shady Lane | 931.433.5311

*Must be 5 years old on or before August 15th, 2018.

Both city & county residents accepted. Extended care available. If your child currently attends PreK at Ralph Askins, you do NOT have to come by on this date. Please complete the form sent home with your child and return to school.

What to Bring:
• Numbered Birth Certificate • Social Security Card
• Up-to-date Shot Record  (TN form, not small blue copy) with current physical


 

Professional sound engineer visits FHS guitar class:


 

On Monday afternoon, FHS was honored to have Rolland Ryan, sound engineer, who has worked for famous acts such as the Dave Matthews Band, Bonnie Raitt, and Brian Wilson, speak to the Guitar 1 and 2 classes. Our students learned a great deal about the ups and downs of touring and what it takes to be successful in running live sound as a career. FHS thanks Mr. Ryan for his time spent with our Tigers.

 


 

(4/12/18) Tune in at 5:30 PM tonight to watch the FHS Soccer boys take on the Community Vikings LIVE! http://bit.ly/FHSlive


 

FMS Gets New Head Football Coach


 

Billy Jack Netherland to be Fayetteville Middle School's head football coach.

 


 

The Huntsville Hospital Athlete of the Year scholarship campaign is underway! 
Vote now for our own Spencer King and Dalenna Horton!

http://www.huntsvillehospital.org/aoy


 

FHS Basketball District Championship Shirts


 

The team will be selling district championship t-shirts this week for $10.00. Contact Coach Murdock if you would like to order one.


 

Freshman Forum

Parents and incoming freshmen are invited to join us for the FHS Freshman Forum on 

Thursday, April 5th | 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM.

Itinerary:
5-5:30 - Registration/Meet & Greet - Visit with the curriculum departments and the clubs/organization exhibits
5:30 - Curriculum Presentation,
Grade Requirements,
9th grade Course Selection

We are excited for YOU to be part of the Tiger Ambush!!*

*A group of tigers is called a 'streak' or an 'ambush'

 


March Announcements


FHS's FFA Wins Big at Convention


 Congratulations to Gunnar Terhune, Will Bryant and Eli Dotson for winning state with their Agriscience Fair Projects!

 

 


Congratulations to the 2018-2019 newly elected Tennessee Association FFA State Officer Team! 

VP - Mackenzie Moorehead from Fayetteville City

Our two seniors Will Vanhooser and John Bryan received their State Degrees this morning.


 

Congratulations to our ag marketing team for making it to the final four at state!

Eli Dotson, Ruthie Ruhlander, & Richard Bryant

 


 

If you ordered a Boston Butt, Don't forget to pick it up on Friday, March 30th from 4:00 - 5:00 PM!


 

Spotlight on Nathan Posey from 32nd Annual Fabulous Fifties Show


 

 

"Putting a spotlight on our 16-year-old drummer during “Fever” wasn’t planned until someone pointed out he was spinning his drumsticks and putting his elbow on one of his drums during part of the song. (That’s not normal.)" - Fabulous Fifties Show 

Watch the video here: https://bit.ly/2pLnL1y


2018 Ralph Askins Garden Club


FPU Writing Contest Winners 

Fayetteville Public Utilities has selected the winners in the annual writing contest that was presented to your junior class students.

The winners are:
Hannah Johnston – 1st place
Isaiah Baker– 2nd place

Hannah is the winner of the trip to Washington, D.C., on the 2018 Washington Youth Tour sponsored by FPU and the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association. 
Isaiah will serve as an alternate for the trip in the event that Hannah is unable to attend.

Congratulations to these two students for a job well done!


 

Photos by FHS Student, Nathan Hall

"Be in the Zone, Stay Off Your Phone" Mock Traffic Crash at FHS


 On Friday, March 23rd FHS held a "Be in the Zone, Stay Off Your Phone" Mock Traffic Crash. Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Dept., Fayetteville Police Dept., Fayetteville Fire Dept., Lincoln EMS, Vanderbilt Med Flight, and Stovall's Wrecker Service staged the wreck on the track at FHS. 

 

Photo courtesy of Jacob Painter


Tigers Spotted in the 32nd Annual Fabulous Fifties Show


I spy some Tiger talent at The Fabulous Fifties. It’s so great to see these Tigers out in the community working for a good cause. 


FHS Students vs Teachers Basketball Game


 

Before we left for Spring Break, students and staff participated in a little friendly competition.


FMS House Sorting


 

FMS students were sorted into houses last month. Students slid down a jumbo bouncy slide and were welcomed by their new house members.

The Purpose of the House System:
- To create unity
- To change culture
- To make our school system smaller and more personal
- To provide students the opportunity to connect with other students across grades
- To promote core character traits
- To create a sense of pride
- To create leadership opportunities


2018 TSBA SCOPE


 On March 6, FHS students participated in the TSBA 2018 Student Congress on Policies in Education (SCOPE) conference, which brings together 9th-12th grade students from across the state to discuss current topics in education. Participants will explore education issues through mock school board meetings and group discussions.

Pictured: Trey Allen, Erin Bradford, JR Bagley, Weston Moon


Taylor Gentry to attend Martin Methodist


Fayetteville High School's Taylor Gentry signed yesterday to continue her education as a student-athlete as a cheerleader for Martin Methodist College.


Due to the forecast of severe weather Fayetteville City Schools will close at noon on Monday, March 19th. FAST will also be closed.


 


 

DJ Horton to attend Roane State


Fayetteville High School's D.J. Horton signed today to continue her education as a student-athlete playing basketball for Roane State Community College in Harriman.

Shiann Williams to attend Blue Mountain State


Fayetteville High School's Shiann Williams signed to play softball with Blue Mountain State.


FHS Band performed at Tri-Lakes & MTSBOA


The FHS Band performed at the Tri-Lakes Concert Festival on Saturday, March 3rd and received a Superior rating. The band also performed at the MTSBOA Concert Festival in Murfreesboro, TN with a superior rating. 
At these festivals band members play two pieces that are critiqued and rated by judges. At MTSBOA the band is also rated after 

performing a selection of music they have not seen before after having had 7 minutes to look it over. Lots of hard work by band members goes into preparation for these festivals. We are extremely proud of the talent and dedication of these students.


FPU Visits 4th Graders at RAS


Sarah Mac Young and Nick Quaife, of FPU, visited Mr. Henderson's 4th graders yesterday to talk about electricity. Students learned about circuits, conductors and insulators, and made simple switches. 


Read Across America Week


Students have had so much fun learning about Dr. Seuss and the joys of reading these last two weeks. RAS hosted guest readers such as Jerry Mansfield, Mark Clark, Barbara Vannatta, and many more. Students had the choice of green eggs and ham or one fish two fish sandwiches for lunch. Students also participated in a number of wacky dress-up days throughout the week.

Pictures at: https://bit.ly/2GeazJE


 

FNB Donates Cupcakes to RAS for Read Across America Week


A big thank you to First National Bank for providing cupcakes to all of our students and staff for Read Across America Week!


 

FHS Football to host First Annual Speed School


 Dear Parents and Coaches,

It is a pleasure to announce that the Fayetteville High School Football Program will be hosting the First Annual Speed School for young people in the 3rd grade through the 12th grade that attend any form of Elementary, Middle, or High School. The speed school is designed to help the student get faster and be able to perform better in the sport they love to play! It would be an honor for us if your child or athlete could participate in our speed school. The speed school will begin at 6:00 p.m on March 8th. March 19th, 22nd, 26th, and 29th will also be days that the speed school will be conducted in the month of March. 

It will last no more than an hour and a half. Children must be picked up at 7:15 p.m on the date of the speed school. Please have your child wear shorts, tennis shoes, and a colored t-shirt if possible. Speed school classes will meet every Monday and Thursday at the Fayetteville High School gymnasium.We will not meet on March 12th or March 15th.  We look forward to seeing your child or athlete when the doors open. Thank you for your time! For any questions feel free to contact Fayetteville High School at (931) 433-3158.

 


February Announcements 


Tigers take on LEAD Academy tomorrow night in the semis! The game starts at 7:45 PM at Eagleville High School. Come support your Tigers!

Tigers move up in the Region Tournament


Tigers advance in Region Tournament action with 60-23 win at home over RePublic High School!

 

Dear Parents and Interested Stakeholders:
We are truly saddened by the recent school shooting in Florida and take the responsibility of keeping our students safe very seriously.  We have scheduled a Security Specialist, Paul Quitel, to speak to our students and train our staff and faculty the first week in March.  Mr. Quitel is also licensed in Active Shooter training.
In addition to these measures, we will be conducting a security assessment of our facilities to determine action steps to be implemented to enhance security.  As always, the safety of our students is our top priority and we pray for the community that is suffering. 

FFA Goes to Legislative Breakfast


Our officers had a great time Tuesday Feb. 20th in Nashville hearing from different government officials at the Tennessee FFA Legislative Breakfast, touring the capital and learning more about our wonderful state.


 


Feb 17 - 24

This week is National FFA Week! Everyone is welcome to participate in the following dress up days:
Wednesday - Farmer/Animal Day, Thursday - Blue and Gold Day, Friday - Plaid Day.
Prizes will be given to the best dressed each day!


Ralph Askins Book Fair


 

Mark your calendars! Next week is our Book Fair! February 26th - March 2nd from 8:30AM - 2:30PM and during Literacy Night on March 1st from 4:00PM - 6:00PM. 


Happy Presidents' Day!


 

Did You Know?
Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government. Traditionally celebrated on 

February 22—Washington’s actual day of birth—the holiday became popularly known as Presidents’ Day after it was moved as part of 1971’s Uniform Monday Holiday Act, an attempt to create more three-day weekends for the nation’s workers. While several states still have individual holidays honoring the birthdays of Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and other figures, Presidents’ Day is now popularly viewed as a day to celebrate all U.S. presidents past and present.


Tigers win District 8-A Tournament Championship with 46-26 win over Cascade!


 

THIS SATURDAY!
The FMS Baseball Team will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Dance for FMS students on Saturday, February 17th from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Cafeteria. Admission is $5.00


Pictured Left to right: Derian Morales (Automotive Technology), Trey Crawford (Collision Repair), KJ Buchanan (Collision Repair), Logan McCann (Collision Repair), Cordell Jones (Industrial Maintenance), and Heath Jeffries (Collision Repair)

FHS Students Sign Letters of Intent with TCAT


On Thursday, February 15th, these young men from Fayetteville High School signed their letters of intent with Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Shelbyville, TN for NC3 Signing Day.

You can watch the full video of the event here: TCATShelbyville


Amazing Shake Competition at Ralph Askins Elementary


 Approximately 30 4th grade students participated in the Amazing Shake Competition today. Students have been practicing how to properly shake hands, professionally greet others, and carry on conversations with someone they have just met. The goal of this competition is to emphasize the importance of having great manners, discipline, respect, and professional conduct. Stay tuned for our winner!

 


Happy Principal Appreciation Day!


We are so thankful to have such a wonderful group of principals in our school system! They change the lives of students every day.

 

Ralph Askins Principal - Bridgett Jones; Assistant Principals Sissy Parks & Claudia Styles

Fayetteville Middle School Principal - Steve Giffin; Assistant Principals - Tricia Jean & Brett Spray

Fayetteville High School Principal - Eric Jones; Assistant Principals - Andrea Brewer & Frank Stevens


 

Pre-K Registration for Ralph Askins Elementary


 

Thursday, March 1st from 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Askins Elementary

What to Bring:

• Numbered Birth Certificate

• Social Security Card

• Up-to-date Shot Record (TN form, not small blue copy) with current physical

• Proof of Household Income (W-2,1040/1040A, recent pay stub, unemployment, disability, child support, etc.)

• OR Proof of Participation in one of the following: Early Head Start, Head Start, Foster Care, Homeless, Migrant, Food Stamps/EBT, TennCare, or Families First

• Transportation not provided

*Must be 4 years old on or before August 15th, 2018. Both city & county residents accepted. Full day program from 7:40 AM - 2:30 PM Extended care available.

 

 

Registration Forms:

PRE-K FORMS



Geography Bee at Ralph Askins


Last week, Ralph Askins students participated in a Geography Bee. The National Geographic Bee is an annual competition organized by the National Geographic Society, designed to inspire and reward students' curiosity about the world. Students in grades four through eight (4-8) from 10,000 schools across the United States will compete in the 2018 National Geographic Bee for a chance to win college scholarships and the glory of being the National Geographic Bee Champion. Congratulations to our Ralph Askins winner, Kali Groce!

 


 

Women in Engineering Luncheon


 

Female Engineering students from Fayetteville Middle School & Fayetteville High School attended a Women in Engineering Luncheon yesterday. Guest speaker Shelia Calvert, Chief Scientist of the Missile and Space Intelligence Center Defense Agency at Redstone Arsenal, spoke to these young women about her journey becoming a female engineer.#strongwomen #ToTheGirls


FPU visits 4th-graders


 Sarah Mac Young and Ron Thomas, of FPU, visited Mr. Hobb's 4th-grade class last week to talk about Electricity. Students learned about circuits, conductors and insulators, and made simple switches. 


100th Day of School


Ralph Askins celebrated 100 days of school on January 31st! From taking 100 steps around the school, to putting together 100 piece puzzles, and licking lollipops 100 times; students gave 100%! 


1st Grade Dog Sled Race


 

Laughter filled the gym today as first graders participated in an Iditarod sled dog race. 


Local Lawyer Garrett Honea helps FHS Studio


Garrett Honea, a native of Lincoln County, honored the students of Fayetteville High School’s Tiger Hill Studio by writing the contract for their audio keepsake program pro bono. With the help of Honea, FHS’ studio will now be able to offer the service of audio keepsakes to our area. Tiger Hill Studio will record a family member  

reading a book, singing a song, or telling a story; then,the studio will master the recording and send it to the individual as a keepsake for future generations. FHS Media will be happy to add a personalized video to go along with your recording. Tiger Hill Studio thanks Mr. Honea for his good work.


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We are extremely proud to announce that the Fayetteville City Schools are one of the 43 districts in Tennessee with a Graduation Rate of 95% or higher!

High School Graduation Rate Statistic from TN.gov

 

     

 

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