February 24, 2023
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FHS StuCo is having a blood drive on Wednesday, March 8th. If you or someone you know that is interested in donating, contact any StuCo member, call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767), or visit RedCross.org and enter FayetteHS to schedule an appointment.
Addison Powell, Mariah Felten, Makenzie Felten, Whitley Sunderland, Payton Kindle, Preslee Sunderland, Hanah Quint, Cayle John, Madi Lawson (bag only) - Turn all your softball stuff in to Coach James ASAP. If he doesn’t receive these things, a fine/fee will be assessed to your school account.
Seniors Local Scholarship Applications are due TODAY.
The City of Fayette is accepting applications for a Municipal Pool Manager and Municipal Lifeguards. These positions are seasonal from May 2023 through August 2023. Applications are available in the City Clerk’s Office at 117 S. Main Street in Fayette, or on www.cityoffayettemo.com. Applications must be submitted by March 1st or until the positions are filled.
2022-2023 Yearbooks are on sale for $42. You can order them online using
Fayette High School | Jostens Or Ms. Williams can help you with your order.
Senior Baby Ads are available to order online. All ads will be handled through Jostens Online at Fayette High School | Jostens
Students interested in participating in Spring Sports, make sure you have all FinalForms paperwork completed and a current physical on file with the school. If you have already completed paperwork on FinalForms, check to make sure you have the Spring Sport of your choice chosen. All paperwork, including a current physical, must be completed before the 1st Official Practice Day on Monday, February 27th or you may not participate in practice.
Any senior that has not ordered graduation items may still do so using www.thegraduationcenter.com. Jostens will be here on March 22nd at 9:00 am to deliver graduation orders.
Please get a pass from your teachers before 8th hour starts to leave your Advisory Time. You must check in to your 8th hour class for attendance before leaving with your pass to other 8th hour classes.
Students that check out loaner Chromebooks, please return them after each class so others have the opportunity to check them out.
Please check your school lunch balance. Payments can be made at the office to Mrs. Fletcher.
Students: Please regularly check your grades on SIS so that you know where you stand in your classes. Keep in mind that in high school you must pass classes in order to gain credits for graduation requirements. If you have any questions about credits or graduation requirements, please see Mrs. Shepard.
If you didn’t order a FHS 21-22 yearbook from the last school year, we have extras for $40. They may be purchased at the library on a first come basis and will be sold until they are gone.
Seniors: Please do not park in the four parking places nearest the building next to the football field or the parking place adjacent to the disabled spaces. These are reserved for the Parents as Teachers Play Center. Thank you.
02/24 Seniors Local Scholarship Applications are due
02/24 Truman JazzFest @ Kirksville
02/25 FFA Auction & Lunch - 11:00 am
02/27 1st Spring Sports Practice Day
Counselor's Corner - Mrs. Shepard
ACT DATES - 2022-2023:
Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline with a fee
04/15 03/10 03/24
06/10 05/05 05/19
07/15 06/16 06/23
*The highlighted ACT test will be given here at Fayette High School. If you have any questions about the ACT, please see Mrs. Shepard.
The Howard County Soccer League is awarding a once-time $1,000 scholarship to a senior of Howard County. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is May 1st. The eligibility requirements include:
Played in the Howard County Soccer League
Student must attend a 4-year university/college
Student must have a signed or committed to a sport in college
Applications can be picked up in Mrs. Shepard's office.
There will be a College and Career Fair on March 2nd from 6:00-7:30 at the Glasgow High School Multipurpose Room. Local businesses and colleges will be available for information on training, education, and available jobs. If this is something that you and family would be interested in attending, please check your email for a flyer with details and contact information. Information is also posted in the FLOCK INFO area by the library door.
Mrs. Shepard has ACT study guides and flashcards that can be checked out. An email was sent out to juniors and seniors yesterday with a study guide pdf.
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States. Any high school junior who plans to enroll in college in the fall of 2024 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (current high school seniors are not eligible to apply). Winners may use the scholarship to pursue any academic major. More information about the Coolidge Scholarship is posted outside of the library and the counselor’s office.
It’s once again time for Howard Electric’s Youth Tour Contest. As in the past, high school juniors will be eligible to compete for a FREE trip of a lifetime to Washington D.C. as well as a $1,000 scholarship. In the past we have had less than ten students compete for this scholarship, so the odds of winning might be better than any other scholarship. With that said, we would like to see this program grow so in addition to providing a trip and scholarship to the winner, we will also award a $50 gift card to the sponsoring teacher of the winner.
The students who have attended in the past have consistently said what a great trip it is. These students become college roommates, professional colleagues, and lifelong friends. For some, it’s a fun trip that later brings fond memories. To others, Youth Tour inspires kids to discover the adults they’re going to be, and hey, looks really good on college applications!
Contest winners will be with about 100 other contest winners from all over the state of Missouri, so your travel companions are really the “cream of the crop.”
There will be 1 finalist as the Youth Tour winner, who receives a paid trip to Washington D.C. and a $1,000 scholarship. There will be 1 runner-up, who receives a paid trip to the “CYCLE” 3 day conference in Jefferson City where they will experience Missouri Government.
This summer’s trip to Washington D.C. is scheduled for June 12th – 18th. This is a great trip and a great scholarship opportunity, so I hope you will encourage your students to take advantage of this. The runner-up Jefferson City CYCLE program is July 19th – 21st. I have included a couple of flyers that you can hang up at your school to help promote if you would please.
Students will need to complete the 2023 application (which I have included along with the contest rules and FAQs) and submit it by February 24th. Only the application, which includes a short essay, will need to be submitted this year – no long essay like in the past. The five finalists will then be contacted to set up a short interview at the Howard Electric Cooperative office. We will then choose the finalist and runner-up on the combined top scores. Feel free to contact me at 660-248-3311 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you may have.
Applications are now open for Missouri Credit Union’s annual scholarship program. To help member families cope with the rising cost of higher education, Missouri Credit Union will award 16 $2,500 scholarships to graduating seniors who are current members of the credit union, or whose parents or guardians are members. Recipients are selected based on financial need, scholastic achievement, and extracurricular activities.
MCU’s scholarship funds can be used toward a four-year college or university or a two-year technical school of the recipients’ choice. The scholarship awards are available for members or children of MCU members. Interested students are invited to complete the application, provide a copy of their 2023-2024 Federal Student Aid form as well as their high school transcript, and share about themselves and their goals through a short essay and biographical sketch. For more information and to apply, please visit https://missouricu.org/college-scholarships/
Lincoln University in Jefferson City, MO is having an Open House for prospective students on Friday, April 21st, from 9:00 am- 3:00 pm. During the day, students and their families will:
• get answers to your questions about admissions and financial aid
• take a campus tour
• sit in on an actual LU class
• learn about athletic opportunities
• audition for the band and choir
If you and your family are interested and would like to register for this event, please scan the QR code on the flyer located in the Falcon Info Section by the library.
Here is a private scholarship opportunity for which you may be eligible. The scholarship, called the Access EXTRA Scholarship, is open to graduating Missouri high school seniors who meet certain criteria such as a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5+ through at least seven semesters and an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of 12,000 or less. No essays are required, and you will need to upload your Student Aid Report (SAR)* and your high school transcript. The application is open February 1 to April 15, 2023 or until funds are depleted so do not delay in applying if you qualify!
The scholarship is $2,000 per year and renewable for a total of up to four years. If you do not apply for this scholarship this year, you cannot get it going forward.
The application is available on myscholarshipcentral.org/apply - then click on Apply Now, create an account or sign in if you already have an account, and then search for Access EXTRA. While on My Scholarship Central, you can also look for other scholarships you may be eligible for that are offered by Missouri-based nonprofit organizations and foundations.
We wanted to pass this opportunity on to you, and you may contact the Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation at 636.733.3712 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
*Once your FAFSA form or correction is processed, find your SAR by logging in to fafsa.gov using your FSA ID and selecting the “View SAR” option on the My FAFSA page.
The Charlie Kruse Agricultural Scholarship
Applicant must be:
Missouri residents and they or their parents hold a Farm Bureau membership
A high school senior enrolling in a 4-year college or university majoring in an agricultural field
Enrolled in the fall semester of the year, the scholarship is awarded- 202
All applicants must contain the following completed documents:
Letter of Recommendation from a high school counselor and teacher
letter of personal reference
high school transcript notification of college acceptance
Charles E. Kruse Agricultural Scholarship Program with Missouri Farm Bureau deadline: March 15, 2022.
2. Farm Bureau Vocational Scholarship
Applicants must be:
Missouri residents and they or their parents hold a Farm Bureau membership
enrolled as a full-time student
enrolled in the the year the scholarship is awarded- 2023
pursuing an associate of applied science degree or certification in a trade related area to agriculture
All applicants must complete the following:
Letter of recommendation from a school official
letter of personal reference
high school transcript
Farm Bureau Vocational Scholarship Deadline: March 31, 2023
Braxton Rethwisch Scholarship
The Missouri Association for College Admission Counseling (MOACAC) is pleased to offer the Braxton Rethwisch scholarship to high school seniors who exhibit a commitment to learning and have demonstrated leadership skills and community service involvement. Five students will be awarded a $1,000 non-renewable scholarship.
Open to current High School Seniors who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater
Applicants must be a Missouri resident or graduate from a high school in the state of Missouri
Applicants must enroll as a full-time student at a MOACAC member postsecondary institution. Click here for list of member institutions
This scholarship is for students who will enroll in a MOACAC member postsecondary institution. Click here to see a list of MOACAC member institutions. If you are selected to receive the scholarship and do not enroll in a MOACAC postsecondary member institution, the scholarship will be revoked and awarded to another applicant. Check the box below to indicate you understand that must enroll in a member institution to receive the scholarship.
What MOACAC member postsecondary institution are you planning to attend?
Tell us about how you spend your time outside of class. This can include clubs/extracurricular, jobs, community service or activism, or family support. Include any leadership roles.
3. Dates of Participation
4. Phrase Describing Activity
If you have filed the FAFSA and would like to submit your Student Aid Report (SAR), please upload here:
ESSAY OR VIDEO: Write a 500-750-word essay OR submit a 1-2 minute video that speaks to the following: In what ways have you championed/embraced diversity and inclusion in your life and how will you apply those values to your college experience?
If you choose to submit a video, enter the link to stream the video here.
If you choose to submit an essay, enter your essay here.
Please provide any additional information about you that you would like the scholarship review committee to consider in the application review process.
APPLICANT SIGNATURE: By entering my full name below, I authorize the Missouri Association for College Admission Counseling and its agents to examine, verify and discuss my academic and/or financial records and other information which applies to the consideration of this application. I certify that all answers are accurate and truthful to the best of my knowledge, and that all information in the application and essays are my own work. If I am chosen as a scholarship recipient, I agree to write a note of thanks to the Missouri Association of College Admission Counseling membership base stating my postsecondary plans and how I plan to use the scholarship funds. I understand that this note will be read to the MOACAC membership base during the annual conference.
Here is the link to the scholarship information that is posted above. You will need to create a My Scholarship Central Account to apply for the scholarship: https://stlouisgraduates.academicworks.com/opportunities/5205
The Missouri Bankers Foundation provides college scholarships for graduating high school seniors who plan to pursue college studies in banking-related degree programs.
Seven $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to seven high school students for their first semester tuition payment and/or college expenses. One scholarship recipient will be chosen from each of the seven MBA geographical regions (see map).
These scholarships are made possible through the John W. Rogers Memorial, the Willis W. Alexander Scholarship Fund and donations by Missouri bankers.
Copies are available in Mrs. Shepard’s office.
application postmark deadline Friday, March 3, 2023