November Principal's Report:

I Am College Bound

On Tuesday, November 8, 17 FHS students participated in the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) sponsored, “I Am College Bound” event at FHS.  Our students
completed 34 applications to NH colleges while working with
volunteers to assist them in completing their applications for free!
Next, students and their families will be able to meet one on one
with a
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) specialist
and learn how to file for financial assistance. 



Red Ribbon Week

This year Farmington High School participated in Red Ribbon
Week (10/24 - 10/28) through three activities:

 

 

 

 

Door Decorating Contest:

 

First Prize to Mr. Long’s Advisory!

 

Awareness/Memorial Chain: The chain is in honor and
recognition of people who have passed away from substance
use, are currently in active use, or are in recovery.


Wearing Red:
Students and Staff wore red on Friday, 10/28.

Red Ribbon Week happens every year and is the nation's largest

drug prevention campaign. It originated after the death of DEA
agent Enrique S. Camarena in 1985.  Thank you to Chloe Brett,
our Substance Abuse and Prevention (SAP) counselor, for
organizing these activities!








Pie Making for The Farmington Woman’s Club

The Family and Consumer Sciences classes (blocks 1 and 2) made
50 apple pies for the Farmington Woman's Club. The pies will be
sold at their fair just before Thanksgiving and the money will be
given back to the HS in the form of scholarships to graduating
seniors.


 


Life Skills

The Life Skills students have been going out in the community to practice money skills, problem solving, proper social skills, and
other life skills. So far the kids have gone to the Farmington
Country Club for recreation and a picnic, McKenzie's Apple Farm
to pick apples, make their own apple cider, and have lunch. With
some of the apples they picked they made caramel apple bars and
apple crisp. Traditionally, Life Skills students make a Thanksgiving lunch.  The kids will be inviting school board members to join us
as well as the FHS administration.



Every Friday Northeast Passage from UNH comes to do recreational therapy with the kids. This is who carved pumpkins
with them.
NEP promotes independence through education and
problem solving, creating opportunities, and collaborating with
others to create a strong network of accessible recreation for those
with disabilities. The kids love this program. In the past they have
gone snowshoeing, hiking, gone to museums, ice skating, and bike riding. They have adaptive equipment so everyone has the
opportunity to participate.

 



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