Will Clark, 2017 president of the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) Student Congress On Policies in Education (SCOPE), spoke in downtown Nashville to over 300 school board members and superintendents from across the state. The event, “Day on the Hill,” was held on February 21st and brought school officials together to discuss various bills being considered by the 110th Tennessee General Assembly and the effect each bill might have on public school systems.
Afterward, Will met with Senator Jim Tracy and
Representative Pat Marsh.
Victor E makes it to the Finals in the Varsity Brands competition for MIGHTY MASCOT!
Victor E made the Finals in the Varsity Brands competition for MIGHTY MASCOT. Top 4 nationwide!!! Thank you all for your support and we will be headed to Orlando FL Walt Disney World in May to try and take home the Victory. Keep Victor in your thoughts wish him luck! I know he will do us PROUD.
Dr. Candice McQueen visits Fayetteville High School
We would like to thank Dr. Candice McQueen, Tennessee’s Commissioner of Education, for visiting Fayetteville High School on Monday, February 27th. During her visit, Dr. McQueen toured the school’s engineering classes and the new recording studio. She also participated in a roundtable discussion with student representatives giving them the opportunity to talk about college readiness, the environment of Fayetteville High School and to listen to suggestions that the students have for eduation in the state of Tennessee.
Tiger Hill Recording Studio
The music and media departments at Fayetteville High School are proud to announce that we have won the Utrust grant and have installed a recording studio in the high school! "Tiger Hill Studio" will give our students a chance to have real-world experience with Pro Tools, a recording software used by most studios around the country, as well as an opportunity to record their own tracks! We are so excited to have these recording tools at our fingertips to ensure we have our students every opportunity to have the brightest future possible.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts Museum
Fayetteville Middle School had 8 students who were selected to travel to Nashville to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts Museum. These students were recognized and their artwork was displayed. We are very proud of their hardwork!
Girl Scout Ambassador for Troop 1607
Project: Bright Future - Girl Scout Gold Award
We would like to thank and congratulate Lillian Johnson, a 12th grade student at Fayetteville High School, for completing her Girl Scout Gold Award Project: Bright Future. She is a fourth generation Girl Scout working on her thirteenth year. With the help of Fayetteville City Schools Maintenance Dept. and Fayetteville Public Utilities, Lilli has helped build a bright future for generations to come by installing solar panels on the roof of Fayetteville High School to generate clean energy by powering enough energy to run the signs out front. She is challenging the preceding classes to add one additional panel each year.