In an effort to keep our community informed about legislative activity pertaining to education, the most recent update is as follows (Facts in a Flash, Jennifer Hogue, Ohio School Boards Association, 2014): House activity HB 367 (Driehaus, D-Cincinnati/Sprague, R-Findlay) requires the health curriculum of each school district to include instruction in prescription opioid abuse prevention. […]
Attention all students: In honor of the holiday season, the Firelands Athletic Department would like to say THANK YOU for being the best fans around. There will be free admission for all Firelands students to this Saturdays girls basketball game vs Keystone and also to the boys basketball game vs Vermilion on Saturday 12/27. Come cheer […]
Winter Break Winter break begins on December 22 and runs though January 4, 2015. School resumes on January 5, 2015. Fundraisers The Firelands Varsity Baseball team will be holding a fundraiser at the Elyria Chipotle on Friday, December 19th from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. Please tell the cashier that you are supporting the Firelands Varsity […]
Recently, at the County School Bus Drivers Banquet, Natalie Saylor, was awarded a plaque from the Ohio Department of Education for being on the First Place Team in State competition for the Ohio School Bus Drivers Safety Road-E-O. Natalie competed in May at the Regional Rodeo and placed seventh and that qualified her to participate at […]
Each year, with the arrival of winter, we like to share information regarding our District’s policy for closing school due to inclement weather conditions. The Superintendent may close the school, dismiss students early or delay the opening of school in the event of hazardous weather. When severe weather exists, we typically begin monitoring roads and facilities […]
A third year Firelands art student earned an award in the Cleveland Clinic eXpressions art competition. Junior Victoria Krejci earned a red ribbon (2nd place) for her mixed media sculpture “What Makes the Difference” illustrating the differences nurses navigate between technology and hand-written recording of patient data. To put this win in perspective, of 25 winning […]
Firelands Elementary School, with thanks to Mrs. Julene Woods, creates bi-weekly video announcements. Students are actively involved in this creative process. The announcements will also be posted on the FES announcement page. Please click the picture below to watch the video announcements for week ending December 12, 2014.
In an effort to keep our community informed about legislative activity pertaining to education, the most recent update is as follows (Facts in a Flash, Jennifer Hogue, Ohio School Boards Association, 2014): Senate activity HB 367 (Driehaus, D-Cincinnati/Sprague, R-Findlay) Requires the health curriculum of each school district to include instruction in prescription opioid abuse prevention. […]
FALCON FLYER Please see the attached Falcon Flyer for 12-15-14. Mr. Maver, FHS Principal, publishes a weekly newsletter for the students and parents of FHS. This will be the last newsletter for 2014. Falcon Flyer 12-15-14
Thanks to the generosity of the Firelands Elementary community, toys were donated and given to area families in need for Christmas. Each year the elementary school collects toys for the Chronicle Telegram’s Not Forgotten Box collection. Toys are given to the Salvation Army to distribute. Thank you to everyone who donated to this great cause!