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FCCLA Service Project

Through the WeHelpTwo – Socks for Legs program, Ohio FCCLA is selling socks to raise funds to provide a leg for an amputee. Every 90 pair of socks purchased will provide an amputee a leg. Ohio will also receive a pair of warm socks to be donated to the Ohio Ronald McDonald House.

The link below will remain live until November 30, 2021. Everyone is welcome to purchase socks and support the cause, so please share the link below with family and friends.

Please enter Fairfield Union FCCLA in the credit field.  Questions?  Contact Jennifer McClure-Spillers at [email protected].


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Another Great Accomplishment for our 2021-2022 FFA students

These members have spent countless hours after school practicing and preparing for this contest!

American FFA Degree awarded to Jaden Miller

As the highest degree achievable in the National FFA Organization, the American FFA Degree shows an FFA member’s dedication to his or her chapter and state FFA association. It demonstrates the effort FFA members apply toward their supervised agricultural experience and the outstanding leadership abilities and community involvement they exhibited through their FFA career. Congratulations to all 449 Ohio FFA members who earned their American FFA Degree this year at the 2021 National FFA Convention! 
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94th Annual National FFA Convention

2021 National FFA Convention Review 

Day 1: students visited Young’s Dairy and attended Cinch’s World Toughest Rodeo.
Our livestock team competed at the national contested where they had to place 12 live classes and prepare and recite 4 sets of oral reasons. 

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February 2021 - FFA Welcomes Gracee Poorman

Our February meeting was held February 24 where our sophomore officers conducted their first official meeting.  We were excited to have Gracee Poorman attend as our guest speaker. 
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Hard Work Pays Off for FFA Students

The Fairfield Union FFA chapter is very proud of the hard work and dedication of their students. We would like to congratulate the following state degree recipients: Ben Beiter, Hannah Beyer, Brooklyn DeFazio, Colt Dennis, Nate McCandlish, Seth McCrady, Brody Morgan, Emma Moyer, Trevor Thomas, Meredith Yerian.
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February 2021 - FFA Students Earn OHSA Certification

FFA students worked hard, approximately 10 hours, in order to receive their OSHA 10 hour credential and certification! Students reviewed OSHA safety measures and precautions and now hold the official card! 
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The faculty at Fairfield Union, in stressing academic achievement, awards membership in the National Honor Society as the highest honor a student can achieve at Fairfield Union in recognition of his or her academic pursuit.

Those who qualify for the National Honor Society must have achieved the following: A senior or junior must have a 3.30 grade point average at the end of the 7th and 5th semesters respectively. This point average is figured in academic subjects only and is not the same as the grade point average figured by the guidance department for graduation, which includes all subjects the student has taken. In addition, the student must contribute to the school through service and leadership. Also, his/her character is considered strongly. These categories are where participation in music, sports, clubs, other activities and conduct are taken into account.

In the selection of a member, the faculty considers all action contributed by prospective candidates. A member of the National Honor Society may be denied participation or removed for violation of established guidelines.

*Starting with the class of 2017, the new G.P.A. will be 3.5 to be eligible for National Honor Society. *

Student Council Adopt a Student

Christmas came early this year for 28 students in the Fairfield Union Local School District! Through the efforts of Advisor, Amber Cupp and the FUHS Student Council Members, 14 Bremen Elementary students and 14 Pleasantville Elementary students were able to spend December 9 participating in the district’s Adopt-a-Student program.  The Student Council members raised enough money throughout the year to provide each of the 28 elementary students a Kohl’s gift card worth $145.00. This could not have been possible without the incredible financial support provided by multiple generous sponsors in the local community! We would like to thank Kohl’s for providing a 25% discount coupon for each order in addition to accommodating our large group while we were in their store!  As a second-year partner, they provide us with all the extra space and assistance we need. Also a special thank you to Frisch’s Big Boy in Lancaster for providing each elementary student with a free kid’s meal for the second year in a row! The service we receive at Frisch’s is beyond compare. The Student Council members were also blessed by a local donor who graciously paid for their meals as a way of thanking them for their efforts. A very heart-felt thank you goes to everyone in the Fairfield Union school district who works to make this event a reality each year and to each and every one who contributed in any way.  This event truly blesses everyone who is involved! If you would like to support the Adopt-a-Student program, donations may be sent to Fairfield Union High School Student Council!
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