MONDAY:Hey Dorothy! We’re not in Fostoria anymore! Welcome to Kansas!—Dress like a farmer
TUESDAY:It’s Twister Tuesday—Dress wacky/mismatched
WEDNESDAY: Which Witch is Which? TWIN DAY(FJSHS STUDENTS)
WEDNESDAY:Lions, Tigers, & Bears—OH MY!—Dress in animal print (ELEMENTARY STUDENTS)
THURSDAY: Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Class Color Day
FRIDAY: There’s No Place Like HOME! –Fostoria Pride Day! Show your crazy Redmen Pride
| October 9, 2015
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DEAR JSHS PARENTS/GUARDIANS & STUDENTS,
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Friends,
Welcome to the 9th Annual Empty Bowls Project, hosted by the Fostoria Junior/Senior High School Art Club. This is an exciting year because art students and creative cuisine students have collaborated in making bowls, mugs and chili for the event. We have raise over $4000.00 in the last 8 years for the Food Pantry and the Sharing Kitchen.
The concept of Empty Bowls began in 1990 when a high school art teacher from Michigan proposed a class project of making ceramic bowls for a fund raiser. Guests were served a simple meal of soup and bread. In exchange for the meal, guests gave a minimum donation of $10.00 and were invited to keep the bowl for as a reminder that there are always empty bowls in the world. The money raised was given to the local food bank. For more information on Empty Bowls Project visit http://www.emptybowls.net .
This year’s Empty Bowls supper will be held in the Fostoria Senior High School cafeteria on Tuesday, October 13th, 2015, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. We will serve a variety of hearty soups and chili, bread and water generously donated by Campbell Soup Company, a local vender, and Coca-Cola. All proceeds will benefit the Fostoria Sharing Kitchen and The Pantry Plus of Seneca County. We hope you will be able to partake in this event and help us reach our goal of eight-hundred dollars.
Thank you for your support,
Deb Melroy Amy Blakely Holly Reinbolt
Art Teacher Family and Consumer Science Teacher Head of Food Service
|On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, 17 DECA members traveled to Findlay University to compete at the Independent Association DECA Competition. Students competed in a variety of competitive areas including: Team Management and Decision Making, Public Relations, Job Interview, and Parliamentary Law. Several students from Fostoria DECA brought home awards. Awards winners included: Hariket Bilodia (1st) and Adriana Carbajal (2nd) in Public Relations; Cierra Valenti (2nd) in Job Interview, Jayden Stanton and Jarrett Lorenzen (2nd) in Hospitality Services; Jessica Cobb and Jeremiah Brough (3rd) in Buying and Merchandising; Brystan Baeder and Cordero Diaz (2nd) in Marketing Communications; Austin Struble and Zack Vitt (2nd) in Travel and Tourism Team Management; and Logan Shackleford (2nd) and Destinie Farris (4th) in DECA/Employability Test.|