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The Fayetteville High School Student Council will hold the 22nd annual Homeless Vigil on Thursday, December 3, from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on the FHS campus along Bulldog Blvd. The vigil will raise funds for the Families in Transition Program, a Fayetteville Public Schools program that helps students in need and their families across the school district. Donations to the vigil can be made online at this link: https://vstore.fayar.net/itemDetail.php?itemID=26... view image

FPS Communications Dept 2 days ago
FPS Communications Dept

Please take a moment to view an important video message for our Fayetteville Public School families from Superintendent Dr. John L Colbert. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVuYYZnsDAw view image

FPS Communications Dept 10 days ago
FPS Communications Dept

Each Asbell Elementary School student took home a free turkey Friday, November 20th, courtesy of a partnership with the Fayetteville Public Library and their "Books & Bites" program. This is the 5th year of the program at Asbell. Many thanks to our great friends at the Fayetteville Public Library! view image

FPS Communications Dept 10 days ago
FPS Communications Dept

In lieu of our Winter Concert season, FHS Choirs are releasing a recording in mid December and offering a full digital album for purchase! Your purchase of the digital album will include: songs featuring all choirs, a wide variety of music, and a specialized embroidered mask! Masks are 3 layer, 100% cotton with nose wire, filter pocket and filter included. They are made by local artists and are of limited quantity! Funds raised will help us with the cost of sanitization equipment, choir gear, and yearly fees. Purchase your tickets for your album and or mask on Givebutter THEN FILL OUT this Google Order Form https://bit.ly/35WF0Dy to choose your mask preferences and e-mail where your album link(s) will be sent. view image

FPS Communications Dept 10 days ago
FPS Communications Dept

Your Feel Good Moment of the Week comes from Washington Elementary School assistant principal Ruth Mobley. Ms. Mobley stood at the corner of Lafayette and College holding a "Honk if you love Washington" sign from 9 to 10 a.m. on Thursday. She agreed to do this if Washington students met their goal for their food drive and Socktober event. Five hundred boxes of mac and cheese were collected for the district food pantry and 200 pairs of socks for the Seven Hills Day Center. Thank you, Ms. Mobley!! view image

FPS Communications Dept 10 days ago
FPS Communications Dept

Special thanks to Nabholz Corporation and to the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation for the in-kind gift of $20,000 of industry-standard tools to further develop and augment the Skilled Trades curriculum at Fayetteville High School! Through their generosity, the curriculum will train students interested in pursuing a career in the skilled trades while still in high school, particularly plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and general construction. Successful completion of this program would ideally result in a student earning multiple industry-recognized certifications that will enhance future employment opportunities. view image

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