Welcome to Fort Scott High School

Student Bulletin
Wednesday, April 17

     Seniors interested in Senior Trip will have a meeting during Activity Period TODAY in Ms. Lewis's Room.  

     Paris/Amsterdam 2020 Trip: Parent meeting TODAY at 5:30 p.m. in room 107 for anyone interested in the 2020 Spring Break trip. Any student, in good standing, is invited to attend. Bring a parent!

    The FFA Banquet will be held at the high school TONIGHT at 7:00.

     SENIORS: Sign up for senior shirts with Ms. Lewis by TOMORROW.

     SENIORS: If you’ve received outside scholarships you want announced Senior Awards Night, please bring the letter you received for that scholarship to Mrs. Leaming in the office. (You don’t need to bring anything from FSCC; they will announce theirs that night.)

    SENIORS: Reminder all fees need to be paid, books and uniforms turned in, etc., before May 9.

    Ms. Lewis' has one and 1/2 pairs of shoes left over after prom.  Please see her to claim them.

    There are still seniors who have not filled out their senior survey online. Check your school email sent out by Mrs. Leaming.

    Any freshman-junior Student Council member wanting to run for office next year needs to pick up an application from Ms. Lewis. They are due back FRIDAY at noon.

    Please bring donations for the annual Thespian Rummage Sale and Book Drive to Ms. Bin. All who bring bags or boxes of donations will receive an Early Bird shopping pass to shop a day early. The sale is FRIDAY AND SATURDAY on the stage.

    Current JUNIOR student athletes: Dance calendar pictures will be on WEDNESDAY, April 24 at 1:00 in the gym. Please get jerseys/uniforms from your coach BEFORE picture day.

    Come support the Debate and Forensics Team at their annual Forensics Showcase on April 25 at 6:30 pm in the high school auditorium. Doors open at 6 pm. The entry fee is just a free will donation and all funds raised will go to paying for the 13 kids competing at Nationals in Dallas this summer! Come laugh and have some fun while supporting the debate and forensics team!

    Students with make-up time must serve it by the end of the semester in order to prevent having to repeat classes. Serve before school in the office, at lunch in the gym and after school in the detention room.

    Juniors and Seniors: The annual National Guard Warrior Weekend will be April 27-28. Must be at least 17. Repel tower, paintball, and obstacle course. Food and lodging will be provided for you. If you want to attend, see Mr. Altic for a consent form which has to be turned in by April 20.


SCHOLARSHIPS Complete listing/online links available online: www.usd234.org, click on FSHS, click on Academics, click on Counseling.

National Scholarships: 

Due June 15 – Horatio Alger National Career & Tech Scholarship Program (Pell Eligible)

State Scholarships: 

DUE THURSDAY: Blanche E. French Foundation – Attending post-secondary school in Kansas. Recipient selected on character, grades, chosen vocation, needs and personality

Due May 1: Kansas Career Tech Workforce Grant; Kansas Board of Regents

Due June 15: KTCCU (member of KTCCU)

Due July 15: American Legion - Paul E Flaherty Athletic Scholarship

Local Scholarships: 

DUE THURSDAY: Bourbon Co. Arts (Participated in arts in HS)

Due April 30: Corbin Trust, general (must be postmarked by April 30.

Meals Breakfast served with choice of main entrée or cereal, fruit juice and milk choice. Second Breakfast served with fresh fruit, juice choice and milk. Alternative Entrée: Turkey & Cheese Sandwich

4/17 – Sausage Biscuit, Fresh Fruit

2nd Breakfast: PB&Jamwich

Lunch: Mac & Cheese, Little Smokies, Baby Carrots, Cherry Tomatoes, Sweet Peas, Wheat Roll, Pears

4/18 – Donut, Elf Grahams, Bananas

2nd Breakfast: Pumpkin Bread

Lunch: Frito Chili Pie, Lettuce & Tomato Refried Beans, Waffle Fries, Banana

4/19 – No School – Good Friday

4/22 – Dutch Waffle, Pineapple Tidbits

2nd Breakfast: Sunchips

Lunch: Teriyaki Chicken, Asian Rice, Tater Tots, California Veggies, Mandarin Oranges

4/23 – Breakfast Pizza, Elf Grahams, Applesauce

2nd Breakfast: Mini Cinnis

Lunch: Mr. Ribb, Lettuce & Tomato, Baked Beans, French Fries, Pears

4/24 – French Toast Sticks, Sausage Patty

2nd Breakfast: PB&J Jamwich

Lunch: Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Celery, Baby Carrots, Apple, Cookie

4/25 – Pancakes, Egg Patty

2nd Breakfast: Mini Donuts

Lunch: Popcorn Chicken, Waffle Fries, Green Beans, Red Grapes, Sugar Cookie

4/26 – Biscuit & Gravy, Peaches

2nd Breakfast: Rice Krispy Treat

Lunch: Taco Soup, Doritos, Fresh Broccoli, Apple, Brownie

4/29 – Sausage Dog

2nd Breakfast: Sunchips

Lunch: Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes w/Brown Gravy, Wheat Roll, Sweet Peas, Applesauce

4/30 – Long John, Elf Grahams, Applesauce

2nd Breakfast: Frudel

Lunch: Mini Corndogs, French Fries, Red Pepper Strips, Baked Beans, Orange














FSHS Activities for April 16-20


Tuesday, April 16

11:34A -  SO Enrollment Meeting, Auditorium

1:30P - Varsity Track at Columbus

4:00P - JV Tennis at Pittsburg   4:00

4:30P – Varsity/JV Softball at Independence (Both doubleheaders)

4:30P - Varsity Baseball at Independence  

4:30P - JV Baseball at Nevada    4:30

MS Track -  Home Meet




Wednesday, April 17

11:34A -  FR Enrollment Meeting, Auditorium

7:00P - FFA Banquet at FSMS

8:00A-1:00P - Life on the Frontier Dress Rehearsal 

6th Period - Evacuation Drill  


Thursday, April 18

11:34A -  Clubs: (Rescheduled from 4/16) – Art, Ed Rising, Interact, Pride

2:00P - Varsity Tennis at Chanute 

3:00P - JV Golf at Pittsburg

3:45P – FSHS Varsity Track Meet

4:30P - Varsity Softball/Baseball at Labette County

After School - Thespian Rummage Sale, Auditorium 


Friday, April 19

Good Friday -  No School

8:00A-5:00P - Thespian Rummage Sale, Auditorium


Saturday, April 20

8:00A-12:00P - Thespian Rummage Sale, Auditorium



Tennis at Chanute High School, 1701 W. 35th St.   - https://goo.gl/maps/Hu5o9B8APhE2


Track at Paola High School,  401 Angela St. - https://goo.gl/maps/hY8aY6NKdNF2


Tennis at Pittsburg High School, 1978 E. 4th St. - https://goo.gl/maps/4fyHJnPW9562     


Golf at Four Oaks Golf Course in Pittsburg, 910 Memorial Drive - https://goo.gl/maps/8sMf84HwjxB2


Baseball/Softball at Labette County -  LCHS, 401 High School Avenue, Altamont KS



Baseball at Nevada -   Lyons Stadium, 500 W Highland Ave - https://goo.gl/maps/RuGbNfMmncR2


Varsity Baseball and Softball at Independence -  800 S. 10th  - https://goo.gl/maps/FzXHCVyRwct


JV Softball at Independence High School - 1301 N. 10th - https://goo.gl/maps/rWs6k7Eq8SP2


Varsity Track at Columbus High School

69S to through Pittsburg and turn right (west) on 96 Hwy into Columbus. Go past 1st intersection (over the hill) and go a few blocks to High School Street. Turn left (south) and follow it to Columbus High School, Central Junior High is the secondary site (go south on High School St from CHS to the junior high where the track is located, 124 S. High school St, Columbus, KS





 USD 234 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:  Superintendent, 424 S. Main St., Fort Scott, KS 66701, telephone: 620-223-0800.          

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