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Student Bulletin for Thursday, October 14, 2021
Student Bulletin for Thursday, October 14, 2021
Pam Hutchison
Thursday, October 14, 2021

Happy Birthday!  Collin Thomas! 


TAKE STATE, LADIES!                                                                                      

Additional Tiger Activities Today!                                                                  

V/JV/Fr Lady Tiger Volleyball vs Paola, last home game of the season!

JV AND Freshmen teams play at 5 with a Senior Night ceremony to take place before the Varsity game at 6 o’clock this evening.

There are seven ladies on the Varsity team who will be recognized:  

Abby Altic, McKinzie Bohrer, Teryn Farley, Austyn Farrell, 

Dylan Hazelbaker, Lauren Lyons and Brooklyn Pruitt!  

Thank you for all your hard work, Seniors!

V/JV Tiger Cross Country competes for the SEK title in Chanute at 4 o’clock this afternoon.  Best of luck to our Tiger Runners!

CLUBS MEETING DURING AP:  Art Club*, ROOM 210; Key Club, ROOM 120; Math Club, ROOM 112.  Thespians will meet MONDAY during AP in the auditorium.

*Don’t forget your $5 dues, Art Club members!!!   

Prep Class for the ACT!

Want to increase your ACT score? Apply for more  scholarships? Improve your chances for admission at  your college of choice? Then this class is for you!

Here’s the link for vital information:

Calling all Tigers, especially Sophomores and Freshmen:

Don’t miss the deadline to sign up for the Career Exploration Mentor Program!  It’s a program that matches you, the student, with community members who will help you plan your future by exploring both educational opportunities and career options.  This includes guidance to apply and interview for jobs by building connections with local employers.  For students who want to stay in Fort Scott after graduation, this program is designed to create a workforce funnel to connect with local employers.  

What do you, the student, need to do?  

  1. Stop by the office and pick up an application.

  2. Fill out the application and give it to Mr. Dunkeson.

  3. Beginning next month through May, you’ll spend two lunch periods each month.  During one of these, everyone meets as a group and during the other, you meet one-on-one with your mentor.

The first twenty students who submit completed applications to Mr. Dunkeson win a prize!

Deadline is TOMORROW!                      


Breakfast TODAY:  donut, fresh fruit OR applesauce cup, juice, milk  

Lunch TODAY: mini corn dogs, Doritos, baked beans, green pepper strips, banana, milk


Breakfast MONDAY:  cereal, graham snack, fresh fruit OR applesauce cup, juice, milk  

Lunch MONDAY:  popcorn chicken, waffle fries, green beans, orange wedges, breadstick, milk

Hear ye, Hear ye! You are invited to the 4th Annual Royal-Tea Party held in the High Commons of FSHS from 10 a.m. to noon this Saturday, Oct. 16. Young people of all ages are invited to meet their favorite royalty and enjoy treats, arts and crafts. Tickets are $10 per child and available at or at the door. Attendees are welcome to dress in their best royal attire. Please help support this fun FSHS Thespian fundraiser!