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Student Council is accepting member applications for the next school year. Applications may be picked up in the Guidance Office.
The entrance for visitor parking and parent student drop off will be the front(south) of the building facing Carentan Road. Student parking is in the north lot with the entrance on Bastogne.
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
FCHS is an energetic community, igniting the imagination and inspiring a life-long passion for learning.
Goal 1 – Professional Learning Communities/Focused Collaboration
100% of the Focused Collaborations will move from the Developing level to the Deepening level in SY 18-19 in the Analyzing Common Assessment category as measured on the PLC Self-Assessment Form.
100% of teachers will move from Developing to Deepening in indicator 6 in SY 18-19 as measured with the DoDEA PLC Tool.
Goal 2 – School Climate & Culture - Parent
By June 2020 FCHS will increase the “Collegiality” category on the Parent Perception Survey from a rating of “Somewhat Healthy” to “Healthy”.
Goal 2 – School Climate & Culture - Teacher
By June 2020 the score on the Teacher Expectation Component will move from the “Not Healthy” category in SY 17-18 to the “Somewhat Healthy” category in SY 19-20 as measured on the Teacher Climate and Culture Assessment using the 3-category Healthy Rating Scale.
Goal 3 – Mathematics
By June 2020, all students will improve math skills in creating and solving one variable equations and inequalities. Goal achievement will be measured by the selected system-wide and local assessments where 75% of 9th, 10th, 11th grade students will achieve high mastery and 5% or less of 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be in the bottom quarter.
Goal 4 – Literacy
By June 2020, all students will improve literacy skills in reading scientific and technological content across the curriculum. Goal achievement will be measured by the selected system-wide and local assessments where 75% of 9th, 10th, 11th grade students will achieve high mastery and 5% or less of 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be in the bottom quarter.