Sunday, April 12, 2015

Traditions that Bond our Relationships

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines TRADITION as: A way of thinking, behaving, or doing something that has been used by the people in a particular group, family, society, etc., for a long time.

Last week was Staff Appreciation Week.  It was a week with "spirit" days, an AMAZING staff luncheon put on by ASB, a FANTASTIC staff breakfast put on by ASB, and a culminating staff rally on Friday afternoon. Being new to FHS these events seemed extraordinary to me, but what I found out was that these have been part of an FHS tradition for years!!

Another tradition that is a hallmark of FHS is the upcoming "Almost Anything Goes" team competitions. There will be over 15 different student teams competing along side a staff team. It will be a competition, but it will also be a relationship building and bonding event that will create memories for years to come.

A can emphatically say that what makes Fairfield High School stand a part from any other high school is the sense of family and the activities steeped deep in tradition. I am truly proud to be a part of this family and want to continue to maintain the traditions that make Fairfield High what it is today!!

Here are a few "rough" videos from the Staff Rally. Ms. Cranford is working on her final edit of the master video and we will have that up and loaded to Youtube by Tuesday afternoon. 

Our ONE goal: To graduate every Fairfield High Student and to ensure that they leave FHS college and career ready!!! 
Inspire, Engage, Excite, Lead, Foster, Create, Empower!!

Many more great things are in store for Fairfield High!

Continue to be innovative, creative, and a model of excellence! 


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