This year's school supply list is now available!

CLICK HERE to see what your child will need for the upcoming school year.




THIS JUST IN.... Land's End is running a special school uniform promotion for only 8 days from July 14th-21st.
1. Logos will be free.
2. When you buy 3 polos you will receive $3-5 off per shirt as well as free logos.
3. Also, if FCA uniform product sales exceed $1,000 during those 8 days, Land’s End will give our school 1% back, to be paid in September.  This is in addition to their annual contribution which is paid in February.

ALSO, School Closet will be at FCA next Wednesday, July 9th from 10-1 and will be offering 15%off!




Schedules will be available to view on InfoNOW or can be picked up from the guidance office, Wednesday, August 13th between the hours of 8:00AM and 1:00 PM or on Thursday, August 14th from Noon until 4:00 PM.

Changes can be made at that time either in person or via e-mail. Feel free to email Mrs. Knecthel for further information about adjustments to your schedule.

Changes to schedules may be made through September 5th if a student needs to add or drop a class.


Open Enrollment is going on now for the 2014-2015 School Term! Click the Enroll Online link for Kindergarten - 12th Grade.

Enroll Online for Kindergarten - 12th Grade


For Preschool and Childcare, either stop by the Preschool/Childcare Office to pick up enrollment forms or click on this link and download enrollment forms:  Preschool and Childcare! 

Birthday Requirements: 

►PreK3 – age 3 before 8/1/14 

►PreK4 – age 4 before 8/1/14

►PreK5 – age 5 before 12/31/14

►PreK5 All Day – age 5 before 12/31/14

►Kindergarten – age 5 before 8/1/14


FCA.....Pursuing Excellence, Building Character!

"Two in 5 Ohio high school graduates needed remedial math or English because they weren’t properly prepared for college, according to a new report from the Ohio Board of Regents....The remediation rate in Ohio — 40 percent in 2012 — has not changed by more than a couple of percentage points in 10 years, according to the data. That means more than 20,000 high school graduates who attended an in-state public college or university in 2012 needed at least one remedial class, according to the report."

"In pursuing excellence, we are blessed to have the lowest percentage in the county. We are working extremely hard to reduce this percentage further." said Superintendent, Craig Carpenter. 

Want more details?

The full article from the Lancaster Eagle Gazette website can be found HERE.