Meet the Teacher
Meet the Teacher orientations for all students will take place in August. 6th graders will have a more intensive, "boot camp" style orientation to help them learn the ropes of middle school on August 10. Parents and students will participate in three sessions, separately. Students will be in the gym and parents will meet in the cafeteria. The last 20 minutes of the parent presentation will be an overview by the principal, and the last 30 minutes will include the packet pick up and self guided tour to meet the teachers.
7th and 8th graders will come to receive their schedules and meet their teachers on August 12.
There will be two sessions for each grade based on last names, so please attend your designated session. The schedule is as follows:
Sixth Grade/New Student Orientation--Wednesday, August 10
A-L: 8:30 - 11:30
M-Z: 12:45 - 3:45
Seventh Grade Orientation--Friday, August 12
A-L: 9:00 - 10:00
M-Z: 10:30 - 11:30
Eighth Grade Orientation--Friday, August 12
A-L: 1:00 - 2:00
M-Z: 2:30 - 3:30
With the addition of a new grade at Fisher and increased number of cars picking up students, the school will be implementing a new and improved carpool setup for the 2016-17 school year where families that carpool with three or more students will have a fast lane for pickup! Additional information regarding carpool changes will be forthcoming from the school. These changes encourage the use of carpooling for our students!
If you are interested in finding a "carpool connection," please click here to add your name to the list.
Fisher Middle supply lists for all grades are posted here. If you ordered materials through PTSA, you will be able to pick them up at Meet the Teacher.
Join the Yahoo Parent Group
Parents--stay informed about school activities and information by joining the Yahoo Parent Group! If you would like to be added to the group, please email Joy Rohrbaugh with your name, your student's name, and your preferred email.
Summer Reading--Read Like a Champion!
It's almost summer, and with that comes more time for reading! Why not get rewarded for your reading this summer by participating in the Summer Reading Program? Click here to see the Reading Log, the Reading Incentives and Levels, and a List of Suggested Reading in case you need some book ideas. Read 10-19 hours for Bronze, 20-49 for Silver, and 50 and above to win the Gold!
School Improvement Council