Monday - February 2nd
   ---The career coach will be taking some seniors to Delta
   ---Progress Reports will be issued at the end of 3rd Period

Tuesday - February 3rd
   ---We will have a Title 1 representative making a school visit.

Wednesday - February 4th
   ---The FBLA will travel to ULM for their district meeting.

Friday - February 6th
   ---Club Day



The following students have read two books and taken the AR test that makes them eligible to vote this week for the Teen Choice Award.

Newsom, S   *   Parks, H   *   Temple, A   *   Arnold, J   *   Bryant, P

Deville, R  *   Ezell, E   *   Hedgeman, K   *   Hollis, B

Robert, D   *   Robinson, T   *   Tibbit, S   *   Cobb, H


You will be notified about the pizza party at a later date.

Thursday, January 29, 2015                                                                                           

TODAY'S LUNCH: Chicken Nuggets, Cheese Potatoes, Sliced Carrots, Green Beans, Pineapple, and Wheat Roll
NEXT BREAKFAST:  Breakfast Pizza and OJ

     Basketball game here
TOMORROW night. 
     We play Bastrop beginning at 5:00 with JVB.
STUDENTS: Dress for TOMORROW is jeans and spirit shirt for $1.00.  Patriot Scholars with the maroon Fall 2014 tags may dress for free.  That is the ONLY tag to be used.
Friday, the 6th is national wear red day because February is National Heart Month.  Students will be allowed (asked) to wear their red FPHS uniform shirts and/or hoodie.  If you do, you many ware jeans at no cost.   If you do not wear a red FPHS school shirt/hoodie you must wear uniform pants.
SENIORS: Those seniors that signed up for the Delta trip on Monday MUST get a permission slip and turn it back in to Mrs. Robbins by the end of school TOMORROW. Parents must sign even if you are 18. Only those students that signed up may go. NO permission slips will be accepted on Monday morning.

STUDENTS: Academic jacket money due by Friday, February 6th. Mr. Miller will be here to pick up orders at 1:00 pm

BETA:  Freshmen membership application fees are due TOMORROW to Mrs. Teats.


STUDENTS: If Mrs. Nichols confiscated a Hello Kitty Hoodie from you on Thursday 2 weeks ago, she has put that hoodie in the office. You can pick it up there. Also, Ms. Martin has a hoodie she took up last week, please come by her office and pick it up.


  •  Gym is OFF limits to students at all recesses. NO students are allowed to walk around with water bottles or any type of drink bottles. There should be NO drinking of water or any sports drinks or any drinks in the classroom.

  • There are to be NO students in the halls BEFORE 7:45 AM. All student are to report to their 1st period class before they go to any other teacher.

DUAL ENROLLMENT MONEY - Reminder to those students in ULM dual enrollment classes that money is due no later than Friday, February 6TH. No cash, checks or money orders only to ULM. If pay online Mrs. Robbins must have copy of payment receipt. All students received a bill last week.


  • January Deadlines-4-H Beef Poster due TOMORROW

  • February Deadlines- 4-H Diary Billboards due Friday, February 27th.   

Ms. Nichols needs to see this student in Room 108:   D McCarthy

ASVAB - The ASVAB for juniors will be given TODAY Students with last name  L-Z and a few select seniors (I will supply names) will test onTODAY. It will be in the cafeteria. Students will be called out around 8:00 am to test. They should be finished by 11:15.


  • It is time to start on your FAFSA. No monies such as pell or TOPS will be awarded without completing this. The Career Coach can help. On Monday, February 9th a representative from LELA will be her all day in the Library Lab to assist you with the FAFSA. Parents are welcome to come by with questions.

  • If you have overdue candy money turn it into Ms. Stephenson ASAP.   If this money is not turned in you will not be issued a PROM TICKET.


  • We will have a Title 1 visitor on campus next week - not to do anything differently - just continue doing your good work.

  • Please do NOT allow eating or drinking in your classroom.  We as teachers have to all be on the same page to enforce the rules and policies.  If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

  • Teachers, please remember to contact Mr. Trimble if you are going to be absent.  His number was emailed to you earlier by Ms. Martin.  Mr. Gunter or Ms. Sartin my not get the message early enough to get a sub.

  • These people need to see Ms. Strickland about faculty dues:
    Albright, Hunt, Neff, Sebren, and Wheeler

School Dress as stated in the FPHS Handbook... ONLY red or blue polo shirts...... OR red or blue FPHS T-shirts with the logo on the left pocket area..... OR red or blue FPHS hoodie with the logo on the left pocket area.... Any other hoodies will be
            taken up and turned into the office.

 NO SWEATERS or NON APPROVIED Sweat Shirts are allowed to be worn over the school uniform shirts.

The only drinks allowed on campus are drinks purchased on campus.

The drinks from the vending machine must be consumed outside.

  • CAREER COACH: Kendra Hodges will be here on Mondays and Wednesdays and some Fridays from 8:30 to 2 or 2:30. Students may visit her in the Guidance Office waiting room BUT only during non-core classes with permission from the teacher. You must have a note to see her.

  • YEARBOOK ADS: Senior Ads and Personal Ads are on sale.  The prices are as follows:  Whole page is 180.00 -- Half Page is 90.00  -- Quarter Page is 65.00
         Groups of friends can go in together and purchase ads also.  It's generally best to have no more than 11 photos for a full page, no more than 6 for a half page, and no more than 2 or 3 for a quarter page, but it is up to the purchaser.  Money and photos need to be turned into Ms. Evans (Room 110) no later than April 16th.

  • Check the scholarship link, on the school homepage, under Parents and under Students regularly to keep up with money opportunities. 
  • Time to start applying for colleges to get scholarship opportunities (If already enrolled with ULM DO NOT APPLY again, letters will be forthcoming)
  • Seniors with college credits: If you are planning on attending the college you received credit from you are alright. If you have credits from other colleges and are applying else where you need to be requesting transcripts sent to your college choice. See Mrs. Robbins with questions.
  • After January 1st can start applying for Financial Aid and TOPS with the FAFSA. More information on that later.