Project MORE is a program at FIES. It is a one-on-one structured reading mentoring program for students who have been identified as not reading on grade level. Students are mentored four times a week for 30 minutes.
For more information visit the Project MORE website:http://www.ohioprojectmore.org
Project MORE Volunteers Needed
Project MORE is a program at FIES and is a one on one structured reading mentoring program for students who have been identified as not reading on grade level. Students are mentored four times a week for 30 minutes.
Intermediate Elementary School
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Tech Skills for Online Testing
To be successful with online tests, Ohio students need to be proficient in technology use skills. Click here for the website, or scan the QR Code on the INFOhio Pearltree flyer by clicking here, where you will find dozens of places for students to practice.
|This presentation, by Connie Carnicom and Amy Masterson - FJSHS staff, contains current and relevant information for both students and parents. Click the slide to view entire presentation.|
RESEARCH WEB SITE LINKS
Please see the media specialist for usernames and passwords.
|The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material.|
|TRAILS - Tools for Real-time Assessment of Information Literacy Skills|
|Basic Steps to the Research Process A guideline of steps to use in creating a research project.|
|A digital library that offers a variety of content and services—most at no charge—to Ohio's 1.9 million PreK-12 students, their parents, and their teachers.|
|Sirs Researcher and Renaissance - ProQuest creates specialized information resources and technologies that propel successful research and lifelong learning.|
|Opposing Viewpoints - INFOTRAC|
|Ohio Career Information System|
|Oregon School Library Information System|
|An online citation generator service|
|Son of a Citation Machine|
|Online Catalog (OPAC) link|
|Virtual Reference Library|
Founded in 1919 by Jack Wainwright, the Fostoria High School Band was among the first school bands in the nation to be offered for curricular credit. Four years later, the band was named National Champions in the first national high school band competition. Fostoria played host to the 1924 competition, and Mr. Wainwright and the band had another successful performance placing second. The tradition of the Fostoria High School Band continues today. The Fostoria Redmen Pride Marching Band can be found throughout Fostoria and surrounding areas, providing entertainment not only on fall Friday nights, but at many community events and special occasions. Sitting high above the court during basketball season, the Redmen Pep Band can be found rockin’ the gym and bringing some heat to the cold winter months.
Winners of the 1923 National Championship, the Fostoria High School Concert Band has set a high standard of excellence that includes multiple Superior ratings at OMEA adjudicated events. The Concert band performs many concerts during the school year mostly in the beautiful Fostoria High School Performing Arts Center. The concert schedule consists of a variety of music from many different genres and time periods, from traditional holiday music in December to the best of pop music in the spring and everything in between.
Small ensembles and chamber groups are at the cornerstone of the Fostoria High School Band program. Every band member is an active participant in at least one small ensemble. Our annual recital concert features these ensembles in a unique concert setting. These ensembles are active participants at OMEA solo and ensemble events, and can be found performing throughout the year.
When it’s time to swing, Park Avenue Jazz Orchestra has it covered. Playing music from a variety of styles, they can be found performing gigs around the tri-county area and on many of the school concerts.
If you have any questions about bands at Fostoria High School, please email our directors or call the band office at (419) 436-4117.
2016 March Band Squad Leaders:
Flutes: Jennaleigh McCumber Low Brass: Jessica Kauffmna, Caleb Brough & kyle Hopkins
Clarinets: Kaylee Layton & Hannah Hopple Percussion: Matt Long & Lishay Perkins
Saxophones: Raimi Bernal & Justin Mayberry Majorette: Erica Kauffman
Trupmets: Zavien Tey & Oscar Pichardo Flag Corps Captains: Tia Overton, Joanna Rusk && Haley Baney
"I am very excited about the new band. The Class of 2016 has left a legacy of greatness and I feel that this band will build on their hard work to continue and advance the reputation of the RPMB. This will be the largest band we have had since I've been here and it will the youngest with 20-25 freshmen. There is much work to do and I am ready to get after it! I hope you are too!" Mr. Kauffman
FHS Band Department Used Instrument Drive
One of the goals of the Fostoria Schools’ band department is that no child will be denied access to the band program due to the inability to obtain their own instrument. To help these students, we are renting instruments that have been donated to the band over the years. If a family cannot afford a traditional instrument rental (typically $25-50/mo.), they can apply to use one of our school instruments for a fee of $50 for the year (a payment schedule is available). This fee helps cover the cost of maintaining the instruments, but is still affordable for most of our families.
To address the need for more instruments, we are asking people from Fostoria and surrounding communities to donate their used band instruments for use by our students. Donors will be given a letter acknowledging their donation that includes the approximate value of the instrument. Any used instrument will be accepted, regardless of condition. Broken instruments can usually be fixed, and those that cannot be fixed may be used for parts.
If you, or someone you know, has an instrument that is collecting dust in the closet or the attic, please consider donating it so that all of our students have the opportunity to play in the Fostoria City Schools band.