FOSTER HIGH SCHOOL

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FOSTER HIGH SCHOOL
FOSTER HIGH SCHOOL
Campus Goals: Positive Relationships – Ownership and Pride in Self and FHS – High Expectations
2014—2015
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FHS Choir Students Sing Their Way to Success!
Foster High School choir students competed against many other schools for a spot
in the Region 13 Choir Auditions, which will take place in October. Congratulations
to the following seven FHS students who will be advancing to the October audition:
Alyssa Plehn, Jenavieve Hinton, Baylee Hale, Haley Harmening, Ashlyn Vaeza,
Tohnnia Holts, and Brianna Arvizo.
When asked how he felt about his students’ success, Mr. Carson said, “I would just like to express my
gratitude to all of the young women for their hard work and for representing Foster. I look forward to
October when these young women will audition and continue their pursuit for the ultimate goal,
membership in the Texas All-State Choir.”
Cross Country Teams are off to
a Great Start
Both the Men’s and Women’s Cross
Country teams have had a great start
to the season. Recently at the Brazos
Invitational, the Varsity Men finished 2nd and the JV Women
finished 1st out of 22 teams. They look to continue a
successful year in October with Invitationals in LaPorte on
October 2nd, Clear Lake on October 10th, and districts on
October 22nd. Congratulations, you all Make us Foster
Proud! Good luck to all of our Cross Country athletes.
FHS Band News
The following FHS Band
members were selected
to the UIL Region 13
Jazz Band: Maritza
Olivares, Chloe Tovar,
and Allyson Lopez. Allyson also advanced to
Area and submitted a recording for
consideration to be selected for the Texas
All-State Jazz Ensemble. Congratulations,
you all Make us Foster Proud!
Congratulations to Kendra Galvan
For Being Chosen as FHS’ September Teacher of the Month! Mrs. Galvan received
a congratulatory card, balloon, and a gift certificate donated by
The Swinging Door.
Foster High School * 4400 FM 723 * Richmond, TX 77406 * (832) 223-3800 * Fax (832) 223-3801
Gene Tomas, Principal * Irene Barr, Associate Principal
Cory Collins, Asst. Principal * Erin Forbes, Asst. Principal * April McLaurin, Asst. Principal * Charles Spates, Asst. Principal
FOSTER HIGH SCHOOL
Campus Goals: Positive Relationships – Ownership and Pride in Self and FHS – High Expectations
2014—2015
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October
Don’t Be Without a Game Day Shirt!
Don’t miss out! The Athletic Booster Club will be
selling a limited number of game day Black Out shirts
on Wednesday, October 8th and Thursday, October
9th for only $5. They will also be selling a limited
number of game day Pink Out shirts on Wednesday,
October 15th and Thursday, October 16th for only $5.
You can also visit www.fhsabc.org for order forms and
other important information.
FFA Meeting
There will be a FFA
meeting on October
14th
at
6pm in the
cafeteria.
Flair Meeting
There will be
a Flair
meeting on
October 14th at 5pm in
the Library.
3—End of 1st Six Weeks
6—2nd Six Weeks Begins
9—1st Six Weeks Report Cards
distributed to students
15—PSAT—10th & 11th graders and
registered 9th graders—(Seniors arrive at
12:15pm)
16—Senior Panoramic Picture
20-23—TAKS Retest
20—ELA
21—Math
22—Science
23—Social Studies
23—Homecoming
November
26-28—Fall Holidays
December
Links and Files You’ll Want to Save!!
2014-2015 Bell Schedule
2014-2015 Testing Calendar
2014-2015 FHS Calendar
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Theme Days
October 10—Black Out Day
October 17—Pink Out Day
1-5—EOC Retests
October 30—Camo Day
1—English I
November 7—Animal Print Day
2—Algebra I
3—English II
4—Biology
5—US History
16-19—Semester Exams
19—End of 1st semester
22-January 5—Winter Holidays
January
8—Sr. Graduation invitations, cap/gown presentation
SENIORS HAVE LATE ARRIVAL
Due to PSAT testing, seniors will have late arrival at
12:15pm on October 15th.
Show Your School Spirit with a Car Decal!
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FHS has dozens of decals available for
purchase for only $15. There is a decal
for everyone! Please contact Janie Head
for more information at [email protected]
FOSTER HIGH SCHOOL
2014—2015
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Need to Make Changes or Confirm
Student Information???
Have you changed phone numbers, or have a new email address?
Or maybe you need to add or delete someone from your student’s
pick-up list. You are able to make most of these changes by logging
in to your Family Access account. If you have moved, proof of
residency is required. The Registrar’s office will need a current land
-based utility bill, a signed lease agreement (with student listed as
an occupant), or a signed contract on a new home. Thank you for
your help in keeping your student’s records updated. If you have
any questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at
832-223-3819.
Plato Lab Extended Day Schedule
Homecoming
Events
This year’s Homecoming
events will take place the
week of October 20-23.
Student Council has a
host of activities planned throughout the week!
- Look for upcoming information regarding the
Daily “Spirit” dress up days for October 20-23.
- October 23—Homecoming Pep Rally and Red
Wagon Parade beginning at 3:15pm.
- October 23—Homecoming Game, 7pm @
Traylor Stadium. Homecoming King and Queen
will be announced.
Do you need a computer? Do you need extra help? The
Plato Lab offers these and more. The lab is located
upstairs in room 2707 and is open during the following times:
Before and after school,
Monday—Friday 7—8:00 AM & 4—5:00 PM
Saturday 8 AM—1 PM
Need a Tutor??
NHS tutoring has begun during advisory periods on
Tuesdays and Thursdays in the library. Students who
are interested in tutoring will need to see Tricia Byers
in the Registrar’s office for a pass.
College Night
This year’s LCISD College Night will be hosted by Terry
High School on October 6th from 6-8pm. College
representatives will be present to answer questions about the
admissions process, financial aid, and scholarships! Seniors and
their parents are encouraged to attend.
The FLU
The flu is an
infection of the
nose, throat, and
lungs caused by influenza viruses. Symptoms
of the flu include: FEVER…COUGH…
SORE THROAT…RUNNY OR STUFFY
NOSE…BODY
ACHES…HEADACHE…
VOMITING AND DIARRHEA.
The virus is spread by droplets made when
people with the flu cough, sneeze, or talk.
These droplets can land in the
mouths or nose of people who are
nearby.
How can you prevent the flu? Get
vaccinated…cover your coughs and sneezes…stay
away from sick people…wash your hands often with
soap and water…don’t touch your eyes, nose, or
mouth…wipe down surfaces with a disinfectant.
New Food Regulations...
In accordance with state regulations, parents may personally bring a lunch or food items to school
for their own child but not for other children. Also, please remember FHS does not accept deliveries
(flowers, balloons, stuffed animals, etc.) for students.

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