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FHCS Weekly Newsletter August 18, 2017
FHCS 2017 Annual Benefit Auction
The 2017 FHCS Annual Benefit Auction preparations are underway and picking up steam! The auction this year will be on Friday, November 3 at the Four Points Sheraton Manhattan located at 530 Richards Drive across from Briggs Auto. This year's auction features a Fiesta Mexicana Buffet meal, silent auction and live auction. It is a wonderful time to enjoy fun, fellowship and support your school in one of our most fun and important fundraisers. Tickets are $25, which include the Fiesta Mexicana Buffet meal, are available for purchase in the office through cash or check or by charge card online at http://events.readysetauction.com/flinthillschristianschool/2017auction.
Check back here soon as we will be providing an ongoing list of auction items that will be available for bid at the auction event coming up soon and also our sponsors who make the event possible.
FHCS Apparel spirit wear Team Store Now Available Online
The FHCS Spirit Wear Apparel Team Store is now open through GTM online for a limited time only. Click on the link below, create your own login and order online your FHCS T-shirts, polos, hoodies, zippered hoodies and now hats with the FHCS embroidered logo. The FHCS Team Store will close on September 1. So, order soon and tell a friend! It's a great way to promote FHCS through school spirit wear. After the store closes, then all orders will go to production and be delivered to the school for individual pick-up. Go Warriors!
FHCS Team Store Spirit Wear
Ecuador trip caps off a brilliant year...
2016-2017 has been an exceptional year for achievement in Spanish at FHCS. Our students placed at the state level in a national poster contest sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Several won awards for achievement in the National Spanish Exams. The cherry, however, on top of the multi-layer Spanish achievement sundae was a trip to Ecuador recently taken by several students and parents. They were able to tour the varied landscape of the country's geography and culture adding a whole new dimension to their Spanish experience. None of this would have been possible without the tremendous efforts of elementary and secondary Spanish teacher, Megan Reynolds. Muchas Gracias, Senora Reynolds!