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FMRHS Newsletter

FMRHS Newsletter

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February 2013
February 2013

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February Issue
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 FebruaryCalendar Of Events
 
Principal’s Message
Fall Mountain Regional School District does not and will not discriminate in any of its educational programs, activities or employment  practices on the basis of age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, physical or mental disabilities.Title IX Coordinator, 504 Coordinator, and English Language Learners Coordinator Dr. Lorraine Landry, Assistant Superintendent SAU60, PO Box 600, 159 East Street, Charlestown, NH 03603 (603) 826-7756 
Feb. 04 SB Policy Committee, Library,5:30 PMFeb. 06 Fall Mountain Open House,6:00 - 7:30 PMFeb. 07 FMRSD Deliberative Session,Auditorium, 6:30 PMFeb. 11 School Board, Library, 6:30 PMFeb. 12 FAFSA Filing, Library Computer Lab, 4:00-8:00 PMFeb. 13 Site-Based Committee, 7:00 PM,Room 11Feb. 14 FAFSA Filing, Library Computer Lab, 4:00-8:00 PMFeb. 14 Project Grad Meeting, Library,6:00-7:00 PMFeb. 15 Middle School Dance, FMRHSCafeteria, 7:00 - 9:30 PMFeb. 16 Semi-Formal Dance, FMRHSCafeteria, 7:00-11:00 PMFeb. 18-22 No School - Winter Break Feb. 25 School Board @ Vilas, 6:30 PMFeb. 26 Parent Forum, Library,6:00 - 7:30 PMFeb. 28 Parent Forum, Library,6:00 - 7:30 PMFeb. 28 NERSE - Charlestown Fire Dept.Railroad Safety Training,Auditorium, 6:30-9:30 PM
Fall Mountain Regional High School
Thomas H. Ronningtronning@sau60.orgFall Mountain Regional High School134 FMRHS RoadLangdon, NH 03602
Principal’s Ofce: 603-835-6318Guidance Ofce: 603-835-2917
Fax: 603-835-6254www.sau60.org
FOLLOWFMRHSONtwitter @ fmwildcats
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s always, it ishard to believe
the rst half of the
school year is over and the second half has begun. Wheredoes the time go? Ialways view this time as a checking point, a time for new beginningsfor the individuals who need themregardless of what happened during
the rst ninety days of school. It is
also a time to review personal goalsto ensure we are on the right path and
to make modications as necessary.
Parents, do you know what your child’s academic goals are? Do youknow their aspirations for life after high school? If not, please have thisconversation with them. At FMRHS,I ask advisors to help our studentscreate SMART goals. A SMARTgoal is: Strategic, Measurable,Attainable, Result-based, and Timesensitive. In addition to asking our students to create SMART goals,I also ask the teachers to createthem. During the next few weeks,I will be speaking with the staff 
to discuss the rst semester; their 
 personal SMART goals, and any
modications necessary to ensure
a successful second half of theyear. Together, we can help our youth attain realistic goals and besuccessful in the future.Thank you for taking the time toread about what is happening at FallMountain Regional High School.
 
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Congratulations to thefollowing students for theirpositive accomplishments atFMRHS:
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Logan AllardReed ChudaShantal ColesCourtney ComposAaron Cotter Collin CrosbyRani DeyRiley Fletcher 
A Message from the Assistant Principal
Heidi Gove, Assistant Principalhgove@sau60.orgLevi FryeJordan HewesChristopher LaCasseIan O’BrienSpencer ParadiseTesa SimondsVictoria Walker Adam Whittaker 
At the end of each quarter and semester, I spend time reviewing the data related to discipline—thenumber of log entries, the number of incidences of student tardiness, the number of suspension from
class, etc. While the occurrences by incident type uctuate, I am encouraged to see that the total number 
of occurrences has decreased.As can be seen in the chart below, there was a decrease of more than 100 recorded incidences in 2011-
2012 from Semester 1 to Semester 2. The slight increase that is seen for the rst semester of this year can
 be expected as eighth graders transition to the high school. Obviously the goal for this semester would be to decrease the recorded disciplineincidences. In the coming months, I will be comparing incidences by month in an
effort to determine if there are specic
months in which our students may needmore support.As the second semester gets underway, it ismy hope that students seize this opportunityto make a fresh start and adjust their habitsand behaviors to enable them to have asuccessful second semester.
 
 NOTICE:The school district deliberativesession for the 2013-2014 FMRSD budget is Thursday, February 7, 2013at 6:30 PM in the high schoolauditorium.There is a new procedure for visitors to FMRHS.ALL visitors MUST have a scheduled appointment,sign in at the receptionist’s desk in the front lobby,and receive a Visitor's Pass.When a guest arrives at the lobby doors:1) The individual will push the button to speak with the receptionist.2) The receptionist will request that theindividual show a photo ID and state their reason for visiting.3) The receptionist will check the dailyVisitor Calendar for their scheduledappointment. If the individual’s name is noton the list, the receptionist will call the staff member the individual is requesting to see.This will allow the receptionist to verify thereason for the visit BEFORE allowing them
into the lobby. Once veried, the individual
will be allowed into the lobby to sign-in.
When a visit is not veried, the individual
will not be permitted to enter the lobby.
Principal’s Message . . .continued
 
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JROTC
Hello and welcome back! We’re going strong in the New Year and the newsemester.We had a very successful and educational map reading unitin January where Cadets enjoyed and learned these new anduseful skills. They also took part in learning about Civil Rights
in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day by viewing the lm
“Joe and Max.” It was a real eye opener to the struggles that people had to face everyday in two different countries, and itwas a crowd pleaser as well.The new semester is going strong and all second semester Cadets are really getting a taste of what JROTC is all about. We enjoy having them and hope that they will continue to be a partof the program in the future. This month we will be learning about the Crusades during our traditional and infamous Medieval Times project. Cadets will select a medieval topic for either an essay or PowerPoint presentation, and then present it to the class. They will also performskits and sand tables with their squads.We look forward to the months that follow and until next time…TRY, TRY, NEVER DIE!!! HOOAH!!!
Written by Cadet Sergeant Holly O’Brien
Major John Cenney, Chair  jcenney@sau60.org
Music DepartmentDisney Trip InformationDates & Times for Performances in Disney:Choir:
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Friday, April 19 @ 4:30 PM in Epcot atthe “Melody Gardens at Innovations West” in theFuture World area.
Band:
•
Monday, April 22 @ 10:00 AM in DisneyWorld
Remaining Payment Schedule:
*The 5th payment of $150 is due Friday, February 8.
(Little Caesar’s/Safety Reector will be reected in
this payment).*The last payment of $150 is due Friday, March 8.
 Music Parents Association
The next meeting for the FM MusicParents Association is Monday,February 4 at 6:15 PM in the FMRHS bandroom.Please do not hesitate to contactMs. Lucero or Mr. D’Eon with anyquestions that you may have. Youmay call the Music Department
ofce at 835-6318 or by emailing us
at mlucero@sau60.org or gdeon@sau60.org.Glen D’Eon, Chair gdeon@sau60.org
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