We will be offering a lifeguard training course at the Flagler School Pool on Tuesday, June 21st. Class begins at 7:30 AM. This class with be a hybrid. You will receive training materials ahead of time, which you will need to study prior to the class. You will be given a written exam over this material. The in-person portion of the class will take place on Tuesday, June 21st. This will include scenarios, swim test, First Aid/CPR/AED, and the qualification test. Cost is $190 per student. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with questions and for access to the training materials.
There will be another lifeguard certification class held at the Flagler school pool this weekend (May 28-29). Saturday start time is 7:30 AM. Sunday start time is 8:00 AM. We are not completing a registration for this class. If you want to take the class, meet at the pool (north entrance) at the appropriate times. Cost is $190 per person. Contact Mr. Packer at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We inadvertently failed to present a couple of awards at Class Night last Thursday. We apologize to all impacted by this omission. The Deer Trail Elks Lodge Excellence Award is given to one middle school student and one high school student for Excellence in Scholastic Achievement. Our Middle School winner is Ava Witt and our High School winner is KaCee Jo Saffer. Congratulations! The Class Scholarship Awards are presented to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average. The 2022 FHS Valedictorian is Megan Payne. The 2022 FHS Salutatorian is Lewis Witt. Scholarship Award Winners are: 11th Grade: Camden Bledsoe 10th Grade: KaCee Jo Saffer 9th Grade: Madalyn Schulte 8th Grade: Alexis Witt 7th Grade: Kassidee Kindley Congratulations to all of these students for their exceptional efforts in the classroom!
Dear Parents/Guardians, Please be aware there have been an increase in COVID-19 positive cases throughout our region in adults and students. To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff, we will continue to do extra cleaning and sanitation throughout the school. We are also going to have our students spread out in class, during breakfast and lunch along with inside activities/athletics. These preventative protocols will begin 9/13/2021. By keeping the proper distance between individuals in school, the process will eliminate the need to wear masks or be quarantined. We want to be proactive and put these measures in place prior to any positive cases being reported to our public health officials. If we do get a positive case of COVID-19, we will notify parents and have them monitor their child for symptoms. Sincerely, John Weigel AF20 CSD Superintendent