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Fredonia High School

January 2015 Exam Schedule

The current January 2015 Exam schedule is attached. If you should have any questions, please call the high school office.

Code of Conduct on School Property

The Fredonia Central School District has develpoed and will amend, as appropriate, a written Code fo Conduct for the Maintenance of Order on school property, including school functions, which shall govern the conduct of students, teachers and other school personnel, as well as visitors and/or vendors.  A copy of the Code of Conduct, adopted July 9, 2013, by the Board of Education, is attached.  

 

Rotary Seeking Host Families for 2015-2016

The Fredonia Rotary Club is looking for host families willing to share their homes with a high school exchange student for the 2015 - 2016 school year.    Read more

FCSD Parent Portal Available

 

The Fredonia Parent Portal is a new resource that will provide parents and guardians with 24/7 access to their child’s academic information.  With a Parent Portal account, parents and guardians will log on at any time to view information regarding their child’s schedule, grades, and attendance.  To sign in to the portal, please visit our site at www.fredonia.wnyric.org and select the Parent Portal Login link that can be found on each building’s Home Page.  Letters containing specific username and password information, along with login directions, have been mailed home to all parents and guardians. 

Please contact the Fredonia Central School District Office at (716) 679-1581, x2702 if you have any questions regarding this new system.

National Honor Society Induction

On Wednesday, October 29th the Fredonia High School National Honor Society inducted 24 new members. High School Principal Todd Crandall served as master of ceremony, School Board President Michael Bobseine delivered a speech congratulating the students on their academic achievement, and NHS Advisors Amy Hontz and Patrick Newell inducted the new class of scholars.

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.    Read more

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