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  • Weathersby retires

    Sylvia Weathersby is retiring from the Fayetteville City School System after 30 years of service in education, 29 of those spent with the city system. She has taught seventh through 12th grade English during her career. Here, she pauses for a photo with system leaders during a reception held in her honor at Fayetteville High School. Pictured with Weathersby and Dr. Janine Wilson, director of schools, are Ron Perrin and Eric Jones, system supervisors who were principals during Weathersby’s tenure at Fayetteville Junior High and Fayetteville High School.

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  • Pizza Hut donates pizzas to Tiger families

    Michelle Mandley, marketing director with NPC International, owners of Pizza Hut in Fayetteville, was on hand at Fayetteville High School this morning to pass out 200 free pizzas to Tiger families during the school’s final “Grab ‘N Go” event. NPC International, the largest franchisee of Pizza Hut stores with 1,200 in the U.S., has donated over 10,000 pizzas since schools closed nationwide in March. Fayetteville City School System thanks Pizza Hut for their generosity.

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  • Enrollment for Meals-to-You underway

    Enrollment for the Meals-to-You program begins May 21 and continues through May 29. If you need additional information, contact Megan Hall, school nutrition director for Fayetteville City Schools, at hallm@fcsboe.org or 931-433-5542.

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  • Keela Wright named Fayetteville High School's ‘Teacher of the Year’

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  • Tiger Hill banners honor FHS seniors

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  • Video tribute to the FHS Class of 2020 (Courtesy of Paul Henry)

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  • Teacher, Nurse Appreciation Weeks observed

    Teacher Appreciation Week is May 4-8, 2020 and Nurse Appreciation is May 6, 2020. Here are some ideas to show your appreciation, virtually! We love and miss all our staff and hope you can help us show them some love! Go Tigers!

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  • We thank our School Lunch Heroes!

    Between preparing healthy meals for our students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies & offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true heroes! Today, May 1, 2020, we celebrate our FCS heroes on School Lunch Hero Day & extend a special thank you for all their hard work.

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  • Grab 'N Go meals distributed through May

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  • Feeding program to continue through May

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  • Graduation, prom dates announced

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  • Schools to remain closed rest of the year

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  • School Closure Announcement Regarding Material and Lunch Pick-up (click to see expanded flyer)

    Effective March 16, 2020: To safeguard our students and ensure overall school health, Fayetteville City Schools will be closed until April 24, 2020, at which time we will resume a normal schedule. Each Monday during the closure, FHS Staff will be on site to help facilitate distribution of lunches to students, along with materials students may need for at home learning. During the hours of 11 am-1 pm parents and students of FHS should remain in their cars and form a line in front of Fayetteville High School. A staff member will then make sure all students are issued lunches and educational materials that students may need or forgot at school during this time of closure.

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  • In Memory of Tate

    Words cannot describe how deeply saddened and heartbroken we are to have lost a member of our Tiger Family, Tate Tuten. Tate was an exceptional young man with a larger than life personality that will certainly be missed. His absence will be felt tremendously by our students and faculty. We would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the Tuten Family and express our most sincere condolences for their loss. Donations can be made to: Tate Tuten Memorial Scholarship Fund PO BOX 297 Fayetteville, TN 37334

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  • Fayetteville High School Receives Excellent Ranking by U.S. News!

    U.S. News evaluated more than 20,500 public high schools around the country and identified Fayetteville High School among the top 40% of schools nationally ranked. Fayetteville High School was ranked 54 out of 347 high schools ranked in the state of Tennessee. More info at: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/tennessee/districts/fayetteville/fayetteville-high-school-147624

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  • New School Security at Fayetteville City Schools

    Over Spring Break, we have been working on putting more school security in place in our district. As you may have noticed, we have installed a door security system and additional security cameras at each school to better ensure the safety of our students and staff. Visitors will no longer be able to walk into the buildings freely after school check in times / before school check out times. A video call system has been installed at the entrance of each school so that the personnel in the front office will be able to buzz visitors in at their discretion. Faculty, staff, and law enforcement officers will be ab.....

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  • Seth Moyers signs with TN Tech

    We are so proud of our own National Award winner, Victor E, aka Seth Moyers, who signed with Tennessee Tech to be the Golden Eagle mascot.

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  • 2020 football Romello

    Congratulations to Jacaious Clark, Ke’Vonte Thomison, and Jaden Hadley. All three have committed to Bethel University to play football for the next four years.

    Romello Twitty signs with Tennessee Valley Prep where he plans to play football.

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  • 30+ Club

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  • Emileigh rides her horse On the Check Fayetteville High School sophomore, Emileigh Vaughn, was chosen for the honor of riding her horse onto the field for the pre-game homecoming cermony. On November 2, Emileigh and her horse, On the Check, made their way around Neyland Stadium to kick off the big game. She was selected from hundreds of applicants across the state based on the level of her expertise and an essay she wrote. She is pictured here with her mom, Gina Vaughn, and dad, our SRO, Scotty Vaughn.Emileigh Mom & Dad

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  • FHS Bank Day

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  • School Bank Days

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  • 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

    2019-2020 Academic Calendar Preview

    Check out this year's Academic Calendar Printable

    2019-2020 Academic Calendar Printable PDF

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  • FHS Mural This mural at the FHS entrance serves as a great reminder to students to be the best they can be.

    Some kids are smarter than you.
    Some kids have cooler clothes than you.
    Some kids are better at sports than you.
    You have YOUR thing too.
    Be the kid who can get along.
    Be the kid who is generous.
    Be the kid who is happy for other people.
    Be the kid who does the right thing.
    Be the nice kid.



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  • The graduating class of 2019 received $4,341,742 in scholarship offers.

    The 2019 graduating class had a total of 76 students.