Press Coverage – May 16, 2015

It is another great week of Press Coverage for the FLSD! Our thanks to The Amherst News Times, The Morning Journal and The Chronicle Telegram for their support!  Click the headline of each article and you will be taken to the original information. Von Gunten gets Firelands super job Michael Von Gunten was hired Monday […]

Baldwin wins & Overstreet takes runner-up at Young Authors

6th grade student, Chayce Baldwin won first place in the Lorain County Young Authors program for BEST illustrator.   Approximately 1300 students from Lorain County participated in the program this year and Chayce earned first place for top illustrator in sixth grade.  Chayce has an amazing talent for writing and illustrating.  His book entitled, To the […]

Community Update – May 14, 2015

Help us win $10,000 for student scholarships! The Community Foundation of Lorain County is holding a contest to give away up to $10,000.00 to a local schools endowment fund ! Firelands Local Schools has entered the contest and needs your help. The Community Foundation of Lorain County is holding a photo/essay contest in celebration of their […]

Falcon Racing Team

Good luck to our Falcon Racing Team! The All-American Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing Challenge takes place on May 16, 2015 in Akron, Ohio. The Gravity Racing Challenge is using gravity racing to promote the STEM Initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) in classrooms, after school, during the summer and in enrichment programs worldwide. Teams of […]

Summer Camps 2015

Information regarding Summer Camps will be posted as the information becomes available. Please click on the attachments for additional information: Firelands Baseball Camp: Coach Ransom Firelands Boys Baseball Camp Registration form: 2015 Baseball Camp When: June 16-19 Time: 9:00 am – 11:30 am Location: Firelands High School Who: Grades 3-8 Contact: dransom0010@gmail.com OR call 440-724-9036 Firelands Wrestling Camp: Coach […]

Kubicki’s essay published

Carrie Kubicki was selected as a finalist in the 2015 Stop the Hate®: Youth Speak Out essay contest. Her work was highly regarded and we congratulate her on her great accomplishment.  Carrie’s  essay was selected from nearly 3,000 submitted from 6-12th graders across a seven-county region. Each essay was independently and anonymously read and scored by […]

Community Service Project – IN HONOR OF OUR VETERANS

Mrs. Trunzo’s  8th grade class voted to honor our veterans of the armed forces with this very special Community Service project. The class began researching organizations that offered assistance for Veterans. They discovered “Valor Home” and voted to send the proceeds to support this outstanding service. Valor Homes provide housing for homeless and at-risk veterans. […]

Superintendent’s Legislative Update

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, 2015): Budget Update The Senate Finance Education Subcommittee held two hearings this week on House Bill (HB) 64, the biennial budget. The Ohio School […]

FHS Falcon Flyer

The May 11, 2015 edition of The Falcon Flyer is ready. Please take a minute to catch up with everything at Firelands High School @ FHS Falcon Flyer 5-11-15. Our year is quickly coming to an end. In addition to the newsletter, our web page holds additional information for students and their families. Finish strong, Falcons!  

FHS Art Students Granted a Visit to an Art Museum

This spring the FHS Art Appreciation, Art 1 and Art 2 classes are all visiting the Allen Memorial Art Museum on the campus of Oberlin College (87 N. Main St). This free museum has a comprehensive and condensed collection of works spanning centuries and continents. For many students, this was their first visit to this […]