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DMV
A Certification of Required School Attendance form for purposes of obtaining a drivers’ license or learner’s permit must be presented to the DMV before your student is allowed to apply.

This form is requested at the front office and there is  a 24 hour waiting period.  Your student must not owe any debts to FHS before the form will be issued.

 
         
   
Freshman Academy
 

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Objective: The goal of the Fontainebleau High School Freshman Academy is to successfully transition ninth graders into self-sufficient high school students through a partnership with students, educators, administrators, and parents. In the FHS Freshman Academy, we expect all students to produce high quality work. Students must strive to master all concepts and skills in all subjects and put forth their best effort on all assignments.

Book Bag Essentials
Check the important FHS links at the top
Check the Homework Resources section

"Successful people have learned to make themselves do the thing that has to be done when it has to be done, whether they like it or not." -Aldous Huxley

As new FHS BULLDAWGS your behavorial expectations are:

Be there
Utilize your time wisely
Listen to all directions
Look to your future
Do your best
Adopt the Fish Philosophy
Wait to speak
Get involved
Show respect

 
   

To be successful at FHS,
a student MUST:

- Advocate for oneself
- Form strong student/teacher relationships
- Communicate with teachers
- Attend classes regularly
- Take notes in class
- Keep a planner with assignment due dates
- Stay organized
- Manage his/her time wisely
- Turn in completed assignments ON time
- Turn in absence note within 2 days of returning
- Study, Study, Study
- Attend tutoring if needed
- Earn strong grades in each of your courses
- Set personal goals
- Get Involved
- Plan his/her future. Dream Big!!!

Saturday Tutoring

The Freshman Academy offeres Saturday Tutoring to all FHS Freshmen. The purpose of the program is to give students additional time to work on assignments, receive tutoring, recover possible points on assignments, and re-take failed tests for a maximum grade of 70%.

Saturday Tutoring Dates
in partnership with SLU and facilitated by an FHS faculty member

               Grade Recovery Procedures
*Students can only re-take 3 failed tests per semester in each of their core classes. This opportunity does NOT apply to Honors and Gifted courses. No re-takes are allowed during the 4th quarter grading period.
*Grade recovery must be done within 2 weeks of assignment.
*The amount of points recovered is at the discretion of each teacher.
*Tests missed due to absenteeism are NOT subject to this program.
*Students must complete the Test Re-Take Application in order to re-take a failed test. All signed applications MUST be returned to the teacher no later than the Monday BEFORE the Saturday date.

 
         
       
   
2016-17 Summer Reading Lists
 
    District Reading List (all grade levels)
FHS Reading Lists:
English I
Honors
English II
**On-level **Honors **Gifted
English III
**On-level **Honors **Gifted **AP
English IV
**On-level & Honors **Gifted **AP
English 101
List
If your course is not listed, follow the District Reading List above.
 
       

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