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Fowler High School
700 S. Main Street | P.O. Box 407
Fowler  MI  48835
Phone: 989-593-2250 | Fax: 989-593-2358
 
 

MISSION STATEMENT OF FOWLER HIGH SCHOOL
The Fowler High School staff believes that all students can reach their maximum potential and become productive, responsible citizens.  Parents, students, and staff are personally committed to providing an environment that develops caring, capable, confident, life-long learners.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

This week in sports:

Friday’s TRACK AND FIELD INVITATIONAL has been postponed to Saturday, April 12th at 10am.

Tomorrow, Saturday- The baseball team will be at HH Dow while the softball team is away at St. Johns for an invitational.

Also tomorrow, the golf team is at Pine Hills!

Announcements:

***Prom tickets will go on sale TODAY! Cost is $10 a ticket and will be available for purchase at lunch. PLEASE NOTE you MUST have your ticket with you when you arrive at prom.

***There will be a LINKS meeting on Monday, April 15th during lunch.  Please bring you lunch and wear your purple LINKS shirts for a Yearbook picture.

***The Renaissance committee will be here Monday for the annual Easter egg hunt! Renaissance students will be released from their 7th hour classes at 2:30 to participate. Please head out to the front of the school on the northeast lawn. No bags of any kind are allowed at the hunt!

***Next Wednesday, 4/17, will be the LAST day to submit song suggestions for prom.

***The application for the annual Fowler Education Foundation Scholarship is now open for seniors. Any senior with a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated volunteer work or community service is invited to apply. The application can be found on the school website. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 26. 

***Robotics club needs your help! The robotics club continues to evolve into an exciting after school club, and is in need of a volunteer to assist the lead advisor, Josh Klein. No technical background is needed, just the willingness to assist the advisor and have fun while chaperoning a great group of high school students. The club’s activity is from January through mid March. If interested in this opportunity, please email Josh Klein at jk.josh.klein@gmail.com

MONDAY, APRIL 4/8/2024 – Half day for staff and students with a dismissal time at 11:30am

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2023-2024 Renaissance Donors

Thank you

Brett and Nicole Thelen

Harold and Peggy House

Hilary and Joy Stump

Dean and Susan Schrauben

Thomas and Lynn O’Rourke

Fowler Conservation Club

Clare and Judy Koenigsnecht

Ken’s Kar Kare

Becker’s Bridal

Jerome and Ann Pohl

Brett and Jennifer Stump

Jim and Kathy Andros

Jandernoa Water Systems 

Rich-Ro Dairy LLC

Melvin and Pamela Pohl

Wieber Lumber Co

K-13 Physical Therapy

Fowler Veterinary Service

Rosemary and Neil Feldpausch

Jeff and Patricia Thelen

Theis Party Store

VFW Auxiliary Post 3733 

Leon and Stephanie Schneider

Antes Concrete & Masonry

The Andy Weber Agency

Catholic Order of Foresters

Larry and Diane Kohagen

Pat Feldpausch Farms

 

Student of the Month

 

Congratulations to Paige Hufford on being selected as Fowler High School’s Student of the Month for April 2024. 

 

Paige was selected by her teachers for being a hard worker, very respectful in class, for helping underclassmen and is exceptional. Paige participates in NHS, Yearbook, and Renaissance. Her accomplishments include Renaissance, NHS, Top Ten, and Business Manager of Yearbook. 

 

When asked who is her most influential staff member, Paige replied, “Even though he is retired, I’d say Mr. Buhr. He made class exciting and I love science. He was also a great storyteller that connected to what we learned.”

 

Paige plans on attending CMU for Pre-Optometry before transferring to the Michigan School of Optometry at Ferris.

 

Congratulations Paige!

 

Substitute Teachers

Substitute Teachers & Paras Needed in Clinton County!

Go to www.edustaff.org to learn more and start the application process!

Please Note:  Substitute Teacher Requirement (per Michigan law):  Anyone working in a K-12 setting must pass a fingerprinting criminal history background check.  Also required, the submission of official undergraduate transcript from a four year accredited college or university showing 90+ semester credit hours and a minimum of a 2.0 G.P.A.