Fountain Central Jr/Sr High School
Cheer Clinic Schedule:
- Practice Clinic: Tuesday, April 15 (3:30-5:30)
- Practice Clinic: Wednesday, April 16 (3:30-5:30)
All clinics will be held at the high school.
CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS are Friday, April 18 at 4:00 p.m.
Members of the High School Academic Superbowl English Team will meet in Ms. K's room after school Tuesday, April 15 from 3:15-5:00 to practice for our competition which will take place Tuesday, April 22 at Attica High School. Refreshments will be served. All members are encouraged to attend.
ACADEMIC AWARDS BANQUET
This year’s banquet will be held Wednesday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Beef House Banquet Room. Each honored student planning to attend will receive a complimentary ticket and may purchase up to four additional tickets for family members. Tickets are $16.00 each and should be purchased in the Guidance Office. Students must reserve their seats and purchase additional tickets by Friday, April 4.
Photographers from Doug's Studio will be here on Thursday, April 17 to take team and individual pictures. This will include, Baseball, Golf, Softball, Jr. High Track, Varsity Track, & Tennis. Student/Athletes will be able to purchase team and/or individual pictures. Student/Athletes need to bring their completed form along with a check made payable to Doug's Studio to school on Thursday for pictures.
Members of the High School Academic Superbowl Fine Arts Team will meet in Ms. K's room after school Thursday, April 17 from 3:`15-5:00 to practice for our competition which will take place Tuesday, April 22 at Attica High School. Refreshments will be served. All members are encouraged to attend.
After Prom ticket sales will begin on April 17 & April 18 and April 24 & 25 during lunches. They are $15.00 each.
ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
The Guidance Office has been made aware of an additional scholarship opportunity for this year's seniors. The Kingman American Legion and Auxiliary Post #384 Scholarship Application is available in the Guidance Office. Applications should be completed and returned to Mrs. Bowling by the end of the school day, Tuesday, April 22.
Congratulations to Mustang forward Ethan Woodrow, who was named the Lafayette Area Small School Player of the Year by the Lafayette Journal and Courier yesterday. Ethan has also been selected to play in the IBCA Top 100 Underclass Workout this summer. Congratulations on a great season for Ethan.
Scholarships - Students are encouraged to check the information outside the Guidance Office often. We receive new information concerning scholarship opportunities often and applications are time sensitive. Up to date information can also be acquired through the school website. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Bowling will be happy to help with any questions you may have.
Danville NECA - IBEW Electrical Apprenticeship Program
The Illinois Chapter of NECA and IBEW Local 538 offer a five-year program that combines in-class study with on-the-job training. This is an opportunity to learn many aspects of the electrical industry. Successful applicants will have a strong background in mathematics. Applications are being accepted through May 2. More information and detailed application deadlines are available in the Guidance Office.
Brad Fishero 5K Fun Run/Walk
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JM2 Enterprises has applications in the office for detasseling.
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Scholarship information for the 2014-2015 academic year is now available from the Danville Area Community College Foundation. Seniors planning to attend D.A.C.C. may see Mrs. Bowling in the Guidance Office or visit www.dacc.edu/foundation for more information.
Announcement from the Superintendent:
After much consideration regarding making up lost instructional days, we have weighed our options and decided the choice that is most beneficial to our students and the least disruptive to parents is to change the schedule of Wednesdays to match the regular schedules of all other days, starting March 12th through the end of the year. In order to make up two instructional days, we will also need to add 5 minutes to each day. We will be able to do this in the mornings by adding 5 minutes to the official start of the day beginning March 10th. Because our students are here early, we will be able to make this happen without altering bus routes or changing pick-up times. Both schools will provide further guidance on this matter as well. By implementing this plan, the last student day will be May 22nd. However, any further missed school days will be added to the end of the calendar. We will not amend the schedule a second time. Thank you not only for your support of this plan, but also for your involvement in education.
POW!!!! Prayer on the last Wednesday of each month in Aux Gym 8:00 - 8:25. Sponsored by FCA.
*Cost is $2 for students and $3 for adults
Download the ReplayIt app for Yearbook
*ReplayIt gives students, staff and family members the ability to upload, view, and share images throughout the year with your school. See the year as it happens! Upload the picture you took from the big game or take one while hanging out with your friends at the pep rally and upload it immediately to be a part of your school’s ReplayIt experience. Your pictures may appear in the school's yearbook! Free for Android and iPhone.
1. High School Mathematics/Physics Teacher
2. High School Special Services Teacher
3. Jr. High Science Teacher
4. Biology Teacher
Click here to go to the Employment page for more information on these positions.
The Fountain Central Junior-Senior High School community shall provide all students with a safe and caring learning environment. Students will be provided the opportunity to develop into well-rounded, responsible, and productive citizens.
To meet the needs of students as they prepare to assume productive roles in society, we accept the responsibility to provide curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular opportunities that reflect the ever-changing demands of the global community.
Fountain Central Junior-Senior High School is preparing all students to be academically competitive, to accept responsiblity, and to achieve at their highest level of ability. We embrace community involvement to enhance the educational achievements of our students.