Welcome to Fort Scott High School

Student Bulletin 
Friday, September 6, 2019


·   ATTENTION STUDENTS: Beginning Monday, September 9, only the east main doors (back of the building by the gym) will be unlocked at 6:00 a.m. The main west door (front of the school) and bus stop door will be unlocked at 6:45 a.m.

·   There will be NO Early Release Day in September. The first early release will be October 2.

·   Reminder that the office does not have a petty cash fund available to make change for students.

·   Paris & Amsterdam -- Spring Break 2020: Global Culture is currently organizing a trip for students who would like to visit these two global meccas to learn about foreign culture, art, history, try new foods, and acquire valuable life skills. Find out more about this exciting trip Monday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m. in room 107 .... or see Ms. Mayberry or Mrs. Harper.

·   Class Meetings: SR – September 9; JR – September 16; FR – September 23; SO – September 30.

·   Any student interested in being in Interact can sign up on the sheet posted in the Commons or see Mrs. Campbell for more information.  Interact is a community service organization that is affiliated with the Fort Scott Rotary club.  The first meeting is Tuesday, September 10 during AP.

·   Scholars' Bowl will start practice at lunch Tuesday, September 10 in room 120. Take your lunch. See Ms. Lewis if you have any questions.

·   Ed Rising will meet for the first time on Tuesday, the 10th, during activity period.  Individuals interested in a career in Education should plan to attend.  Meeting will be in room 120. 

·   Key Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, the 12th, during activity period.  Individuals interested in community service and Kiwanis should plan to attend.  Meeting will be in room 120. 

·   Want to know what is going on in GC Diversity club, Key Club, or any other activities? FSHS Student Council will host an Activity Fair on September 13 from 5:30-6:30 before the start of the first home football game on the northwest side of the high school building.  Each club or activity will get an opportunity to showcase their club and school spirit with a booth to emphasis their specialty.

·   FSHS Thespian Improv Team practice will be each Tuesday and Thursday from 3:40-5:00 in the auditorium. All students interested in being on the team are welcome. No experience necessary. The first performance will be at "Art in the Yard" September 14. If you have any questions, see Ms. Bin or Mr. Bergmann.

·   If your date to the fall homecoming dance does not attend FSHS, you need to sign your date up in the office. You will need your dates name, if they attend another high school or college, and their age. Middle school students are not allowed, nor anyone over 21. Your date needs to be signed up by the end of lunch Monday, September 16.

·   Those wanting to join Student Council but unable to attend the meeting last week on the 29th need to stop by Ms. Lewis’ room 120 to pick up an application and meeting dates. Applications are due back to Ms. Lewis by September 18. If the dues are a concern, talk to her.

·   Josten’s will be here to hand out class ring order packets to sophomores on Monday, September 23. They’ll be back for orders on the 26th.


College/Military Visits:

Sept 10 – Labette CC, Lunch; Marines, Lunch

Sept 12 – FSCC, Activity Period

Sept 20 - Missouri Southern, Activity Period

Sept 20 – Neosho County, Lunch

Sept 24 - Ottawa University, Activity Period/Lunch.

Oct 9 – McPherson, Lunch

Oct 10 - K-State, Activity Period/ Lunch

Breakfast: Student may choose the main entrée (listed first) or cereal, fruit juice and milk choice. Second Breakfast served with fresh fruit, juice choice and milk.

9/6Breakfast: Biscuit, Gravy, Peaches; 2nd Breakfast: Poptart; Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza, Fresh Broccoli, Corn, Fruit Cocktail

9/9Breakfast: Dutch Waffle, Pineapple Tidbits; 2nd Breakfast: Sunchips; Lunch: Mr. Ribb, Lettuce & Tomato, Baked Beans, French Fries, Peaches (Alternate Entrée this Week: Ham & Cheese Sandwich)

9/10Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Elf Grahams, Applesauce; 2nd Breakfast: Mini Cinnis; Lunch: Teriyaki Chicken, Asian Rice, Tater Tots, California Veggies, Mandarin Oranges

9/11Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Sausage Links, Fresh Fruit; 2nd Breakfast: PB&J Jamwich; Lunch: Spaghetti, Garlic Bread Stick, Lettuce Salad w/Ranch Dressing, Sweet Peas, Pineapple Tidbits

9/12Breakfast: Pancakes, Egg Patty, Elf Grahams, Banana Half; 2nd Breakfast: Mini Donuts; Lunch: Popcorn Chicken, Waffle Fries, Green Beans, Red Grapes, Sugar Cookie

9/13Breakfast: Biscuit, Gravy, Peaches; 2nd Breakfast:  Rice Krispy Treat; Lunch: Pork Chop Patty, Mashed Potatoes, Country Gravy, Fresh Broccoli, Biscuit, Apple





FSHS Activities - Week of SEPTEMBER 9


Monday, September 9

Activity Period -  Senior Class Meeting, Auditorium

5:30P - FR/SO Football Home vs. Coffeyville    

7:00P - International Travel Meeting, Room 107


Tuesday, September 10

Activity Period -  Clubs: Art, Ed Rising, Interact, Pride    

Activity Period/Lunch - Labette CC Rep and Marine Rep 

3:00P - Varsity Golf Home Tournament

3:00P - JV Tennis @ Parsons (Labette County tournament)  

4:30P - V/JV Soccer Home vs. Chanute - V first followed by JV

5:00P - V/JV/FR Volleyball @ Anderson Co. vs. Nevada & Anderson Co.

 (FS will play 2nd and 3rd matches – approx. 6:00 and 7:00)

6:45P - Youth Football Home @ Frary Field   


Wednesday, September 11


 Thursday, September 12

Activity Period – Clubs: Key, NHS, Skills USA, Thespians      

Activity Period - FSCC Rep  

9:00A - Varsity Golf @ Girard    

3:00P - Varsity Tennis @ Independence    

4:00P - V/JV Cross Country Home Meet (MS starts at 3:15)  

4:30P - JV/V Soccer @ Pittsburg, JV first, followed by Varsity

5:00 P - V/JV/FR Volleyball @ Baxter Springs  


Friday, September 13

2:45P - Pep Assembly, Frary Field   

7:00P - Varsity Football Home vs. Paola       

4:30P - CLC Soccer Home @ Ellis Park  


Saturday, September 14

8:30A - FR Volleyball @ Pittsburg Tournament   8:30 am

9:00A - Varsity Volleyball @ Frontenac Tournament   

9:00A - Scholars Bowl Coaches Clinic, Room 205

1:00P - Cheer Practice w/ KU Cheer Squad, Aux Gym

7:00P - FSCC Football Home vs. Hutch      



Directions to Parsons Tennis at Forest Park: https://goo.gl/maps/VVjMouTDAkK2


Link to Anderson County Volleyball   -  Anderson Co. High School – 1100 W. HWY 31 Garnett

*Freshmen play at Garnett Elementary School -  403 W. Home Run Drive

High School -  https://goo.gl/maps/F19eENJVt3X5Q9U36

Elementary School   -  https://goo.gl/maps/TSVFo35665brR6ak6


Directions to Girard Golf: https://goo.gl/maps/EDGaLt5G9Ak


Directions to Independence Tennis: https://goo.gl/maps/RCDLWpoEMzL2

Pittsburg Soccer – PHS – 1978 E. 4th St.  (Soccer field southeast of high school)  https://goo.gl/maps/McSLdkqvNq52


Directions to Baxter Springs High School Volleyball    https://goo.gl/maps/wXQnYg2a3TkTdbv67

 Directions to Pittsburg Volleyball -  PHS -  1978 E. 4th St.  https://goo.gl/maps/McSLdkqvNq52


Directions to Frontenac Volleyball -  Frontenac High School – 201 S. Crawford     https://goo.gl/maps/uZ2oBEpyqtJ2















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