On behalf of the students at Fostoria City Schools who will benefit from the back to school materials received through generous donations, we want to thank the community members, businesses, and organizations who donated the hundreds of dollars worth of school supplies, such as crayons, calculators, paper towels, scissors, binders, folders, markers, pens, pencils, rulers, paper, glue sticks and hand sanitizer.
Students who could otherwise not afford such supplies will now have those items for their use at the beginning of the school year. Thank you for caring about the needs of others.
In addition, we would like to offer a special thank you to the United Way, Review Times and Kroger for facilitating a great school supply drive. Community support, such as these, and many others, are sincerely appreciated by our families and staff.
Attention seniors- are you planning to attend college? Make sure to attend our financial aid night on Wednesday October 5th, 2016 in the high school cafeteria.
|The Ohio Department of Health has added a new immunization requirement for all current 6th and 11th grade students that should be completed prior to the upcoming school year. In other words, by the start of the school year this coming August, 2016, those students who will be in the 7th and 12th grade will be required to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease. Students entering 7th grade are already required to receive the Tdap vaccine, so they will now need this additional vaccine which up to now was optional. This is a new requirement for 12th graders, but the vaccine has been available for many years. Please start making plans now to schedule an appointment to meet this new requirement. Doctor’s offices and Health Departments are always very busy before school starts in the fall, so schedule an appointment as soon as possible to avoid delays.|