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  • Alderman and City School Board Election

    We are so proud of Tonya Allen, Fayetteville Middle School employee, for earning her seat on the City Board of Alderman! She is a very special lady that will do great things for Fayetteville. Mark Clark and Jeff Whitmore retain their seats on the Fayetteville City Schools Board. We would like to welcome Jennifer Murdock to the board. We are excited to see what new ideas she brings with her.

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  • Fayetteville City Schools Celebrates 10 years with Alice Bagley Palacio

    Alice Bagley Palacio, Fayetteville City Schools Board Member, attended her last board meeting after serving us for 10 wonderful years. We are so thankful to have had her aid in the growth of our school system.

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  • Thanksgiving Lunches

    If you have RSVPed for Thanksgiving Lunch with your child at Ralph Askins School or Fayetteville Middle School, click here for more info.

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  • RAS Fall Blast

    Fall Blast is Friday, November 9th from 3:30-6:30 PM. Ralph Askins has lots of games planned, amazing chili to serve, and more! Mark your calendars!

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  • Veterans Day Program

    Please join us for Fayetteville High School's Veterans Day Program on Monday, November 12th, 2018 at 9:00 AM in the FHS Gymnasium.

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  • Happy Custodian Appreciation Day!

    Ralph Askins showed our custodians how much they brighten up their world for Custodian Appreciation Day! These amazing men and women do so much for our school system! #CustodianAppreciationDay

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  • FMS Football Team wins Duck River Valley Championship 3 YEARS IN A ROW!

    Congratulations to the Fayetteville Middle School football team for winning the Duck River Valley Conference Championship 3 YEARS IN A ROW! FMS Tigers took down Middle TN Christian School 22-6.

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  • Happy Boss's Day Dr. Janine Wilson!

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  • Elk Valley Times: Coach Palmer to be honored

    Article from The Elk Valley Times | Coach Alvin Palmer, head coach at Fayetteville High School, will be honored during a special celebration, “A Weekend Honoring the Man: Alvin Palmer”, set for the final weekend in October. Palmer, who has coached for 41 seasons, will be inducted in the Hall of Fame at Lincoln County High School, where he coached for many years, during a ceremony on Thursday night, Oct. 25. Then, on F...

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  • Fall Break Starts Next Week!

    The Fayetteville City Schools will be on Fall Break October 8th-12th.

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  • A Weekend Honoring Coach Alvin Palmer

    A Weekend Honoring the Man- Coach Alvin Palmer Saturday, October 27 at 6:00 PM Fayetteville High School Celebrating 41 seasons with speakers from past and present

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  • Bus Driver Appreciation

    We are so thankful for our wonderful bus drivers who keep our students safe. Thank you for all you do! #BusDriverAppreciation

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  • TUITION FREE college for adults

    It's not too late! You could go to college TUITION FREE! Ralph Askins will have an informational booth and advisors from Motlow and TCAT available to any adult who is interesting in attending college Tuition-FREE! This booth will be set up during the parent-teacher conferences on Thursday, Sept. 20th from 3:30 - 6:30 PM. There will be a $25 GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY! To enter, speak to one of the advisors.

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  • Depression and Suicide Awareness Seminar

    The Washington Street COC will be holding a Depression and Suicide Awareness Seminar on Saturday, September 8th at Washington Street Church of Christ (209 Washington St. E, Fayetteville, TN) for all who would like to attend.

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  • FHS Homecoming

    FHS Homecoming is next week! Join us at Tiger Hill on Friday, September 7th as the Tigers take on Mt. Pleasant! The Alumni Tent will open at 6:00 PM. Stop by for refreshments! The Homecoming Parade starts at 6:20 PM (line-up begins at 6:15 PM, 6:00 PM for vehicles) Go Tigers! 🐯🏈

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  • A Life Celebration Service will be held Saturday, September 1, 2018 for Miguel Mena

    From Higgins Funeral Home: Miguel Angel Mena, born August 27, 2002, died August 25, 2018. Miguel was the son of Antonio Rico of Los Angeles, CA and Sheila Locke Rico of Fayetteville, TN. In addition to his parents, he is s....

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  • Our Tiger Family is mourning the loss of one of our students.

    Our Tiger Family is mourning the loss of one of our students. Counselors and clergy will be at FHS Monday to help students and teachers cope. Please pray for Miguel’s family and our precious students who are so young to deal with the hard lessons of life. May God bless us all. Please take a moment to read this letter from Janine Wilson, FCS Director of Schools

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  • FHS Golf on a Winning Streak!

    Article from: Elk Valley Times. FHS Tiger golf team defends district title Fayetteville High School’s golf team finished last season as district champs, the first district title in school history. Though under new leadership in 2018, it’s the hope of Coach Jay McElyea that the Tigers will go back-to-back....

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  • NEVER MISS A GAME! FHS Football Livestream

    Never miss a game! 🏈 Tune in at 7PM to watch the FHS Tigers take on Nolensville LIVE! bit.ly/FHSlive *Livestream will be archived 24 hours after airing.

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  • FHS Library Dedicated to Bill Askew

    Bill Askew was a true friend to Fayetteville City Schools and dedicated 35 years to serving as a board member and an advocate for students. His dream was to see a city high school become a reality. As an avid reader and someone who provided lifelong learning, it is a fitting tribute to dedicate the FHS Library to this wonderful man. I can think of no one who could be more deserving. I feel blessed to have known him, worked with him, and to have called him a friend. May God bless his family as they cherish his memory. - Dr. Janine M. Wilson

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  • Catherine Killbrew to be Emotional Support Counselor

    We are pleased to announce that Catherine Killebrew will be joining the Fayetteville City Schools staff as an Emotional Support Counselor. Mrs. Kill...

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  • The Fayetteville City Schools starts back on Monday, August 6th

    The Fayetteville City Schools starts back on Monday, August 6th. We are so excited to see our new/returning students! Don't forget, this weekend (July 27th-29th) is TN's Tax-Free Weekend! You can find school supply lists on our school homepages. www.fcsboe.org. Enjoy your final days of summer!

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  • Katelyn Barnes to be FMS School Counselor

    We are pleased to announce that Katelyn Barnes will be joining the FMS staff as our new school counselor. Mrs. Barnes has worked as a counselor for Junior's House for the past three years and will be bringing that expe...

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  • Christine Tuten to be Federal Programs/Special Edu Supervisor

    We are pleased to announce that Christine Tuten will be joining the Central Office staff as Federal Programs / Special Edu Supervisor beginning the 2018-2019 school year. Mrs. Tuten is moving over from Ralph Askins School, where...

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  • Paul Quintel with Sawblade Security Makes Generous Donation to Fayetteville City Schools

    Paul Quintel with Sawblade Security Solutions has made a generous donation to each of the schools to help with matters of security. Mr. Quintel has aided the Fayetteville City Schools with campus security screenings in the past. We appreciate his support and guidance on keeping our students and staff safe.

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  • Welcome to Fayetteville City School’s new website: Redesigned for improved communication and collaboration

    Fayetteville City School’s website is a powerful communication and information delivery tool, which must operate on a modern, secure engine. It is designed to maximize functionality and ease of use for visitors to the website. It is flexible and adaptable to new technologies, including mobile devices. Fayetteville City School’s new website will bring students, parents and community members news and information in a more concise, consistent fashion. We’re confident you’ll find the new website easier to use and find the information important to you.

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  • WAAY31 - 11.8 Million Dollar Budget Adds 2 SROS and 1 Emotional Support Counselor in Fayetteville City Schools

    When Fayetteville City Schools students return to the classroom in August they'll be greeted by two new school resource officers and a specialized social and emotional support counselor. WAAY31 sat down with the Fayetteville City Director of Schools and learned how these new positions, provided by the 11.8 million dollar budget, will help with school safety....

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  • Adam McCormick to be FMS Assistant Principal & Athletic Director

    We are pleased to announce that Adam McCormick will be joining Fayetteville Middle School's administrative staff as Assistant Principal and Athletic Director for the 2018-2019 school year. Mr. McCormick is moving over from Fayetteville...

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  • Fayetteville City Schools Awarded $588,690 GearUp TN Grant

    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 ...

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  • Tiger Bees

    We are excited to announce that we have been selected by Tractor Supply and the National FFA Foundation to receive a Tractor Supply Company Grant for Growing Chapters of $3,623. This grant will go towards our Fayetteville Tiger Bees project. This grant will fund the materials and supplies necessary to establish four honey bee hives on the back of the

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  • Friday, November 2nd, 2018

    Don't Forget, Daylight Saving Time is Sunday, November 4th! #FallBack

    Daylight Saving Time Graphic Daylight Saving Tips:
    Check your alarms before you go to bed.

    Your phone changes time automatically, but don't forget your stove, microwave, and car (depending on your model).

    Getting in the habit of checking the batteries in your smoke/carbon monoxide alarms during Daylight Saving Time is a great way to keep up with it!

    Getting to sleep/waking up after the time change can be rough. This is a great time to start healthy sleep habits!
    1. Don't eat large meals right before bedtime.
    2. Turn off your phone/TV 30 minutes before your bedtime.
    3. Avoid caffeine late in the afternoon.
    4. Don't hit snooze! Studies show that snoozing actually makes you more groggy throughout the day than if you woke up with your first alarm.

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  • Great Scott! If my calculations are correct... school starts back in just 5 days! See you in the future!

    Back to School

    posted 8/1/2018

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  • 2018-2019 Academic Calendar

    2018-2019 Academic Calendar Preview

    Check out this year's Academic Calendar Printable

    2018-2019 Academic Calendar PDF

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  • Victor in the Wild

    Tigers need vacations too! Take Victor on your adventures this summer! 
    Color and cut out Victor, attach him to cardstock or a popsicle stick to make him sturdy.
    Snap a picture of Victor Tiger on your adventures this summer and post with the hashtag #VictorETravels. Don’t forget to tag Victor E. Tigers in the photo!
    If you would like a PDF printable send us a message!

    Victor E Printable

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