Scholastic Book Fair October 17-21

posted Oct 16, 2017, 7:25 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Oct 16, 2017, 7:48 AM ]

The Scholastic Book Fair has come to FCAHS!

Students Shopping at the Scholastic Book Fair


Tuesday-Friday, October 17-20
Saturday, October 21 


7:25-7:50  Students may come before school to browse or purchase

1st-4th blocks:  Students must have a Book Fair pass from the teacher to shop.  

Lunch:  Students may shop during the last 10 minutes of lunch with a Book Fair pass from the administrator on duty.
Students will stay in the library until their lunch is over.  

*No backpacks allowed in the Book Fair
*MS Sales Tax of 7% on all purchases
*Credit and Debit Cards accepted
*No bills over $20.00 will be accepted

Scholastic Book Fair Merchandise on Display in the Library

Books for sale at the Scholastic Book Fair

PRCC Announces New CTE Scholarship Requirements

posted Oct 10, 2017, 6:37 AM by Shelley Burge

Pearl River Community College has made changes to the CTE Scholarship requirements.  Students can now receive a CTE Scholarship and major in any pathway/major! For example: students who earn a CTE Scholarship can major in engineering, elementary education, nursing, music, etc. No more limitations on what major or program students can pursue and receive the scholarship!  For more information, please see the following document from PRCC:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7erRy0HroK4QUhvbXgyX0R0eThjWDMySS1NdXFYbThtd0hF

Soccer Fundraiser, Saturday, September 23

posted Sep 21, 2017, 11:58 AM by Shelley Burge

Raising Cane's soccer fundraiser info

Senior Parent Night: Transitioning from High School to College/Career

posted Sep 13, 2017, 12:43 PM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 13, 2017, 12:45 PM ]

FCAHS Senior Parent Night

November 2, 2017
5:30-7:30 p.m.
FCAHS Auditorium

Seniors and parents/guardians are invited to come to the auditorium at FCAHS between 5:30-7:30 p.m. on November 2, 2017, to get more information on Mississippi colleges, ACT testing, FAFSA and other types of college financial aid and branches of the military.  Representatives will be available to talk to parents during this come-and-go event.  

FCAHS Homecoming Week September 18-22

posted Sep 13, 2017, 7:03 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 13, 2017, 12:40 PM ]

FCAHS Homecoming
Friday, September 22
Homecoming Court Presentation @ 6:30 p.m.
FCAHS V. Hazelhurst @ 7:00 p.m.

Homecoming Week Video

Daily during Advisory
3-legged Race
Car Stuff
Egg Toss

Hall Competition:  
Check with Class Sponsors to find out when you can stay after school to decorate.
(School WILL NOT be providing decorations.)
9th:  Ag Building (Keith)
10th:  Fine Arts Building (Tutor)
11th:  Tech Building (Mascagni and Daniels)
12th:  Main Hall (Fortenberry)

Dress-up Days:
Monday:  Camo Day
Tuesday:  Disney Day
Wednesday:  Team Day (College/Pro only)
Thursday:  Superhero/Supervillain Day
Friday:  Aggie Spirit Day

Thursday, September 21 @ 6:00 p.m.
Class Float Competition!

Pep Rally: 
Friday, September 21 @9:30 a.m.
Will your class win the Spirit Stick?

Winning class will have a party after Friday's Pep Rally

Homecoming Shirts:

$20 each.  Due Friday.  See Mrs. Scott or Mrs. Tutor to place your order.  Comfort Color Gray.

FCAHS Homecoming t-shirt design

Student Shares Information About PRCC's Nursing Program

posted Sep 8, 2017, 12:17 PM by Shelley Burge

Second-year Health Science student, Emily O'Neal, shares information about PRCC's Associate Degree Nursing program. She attended the ADN Open House to learn more about the program she wants to pursue after graduation. She was gracious enough to share this information with first-year Health Science students. Emily stressed the importance of attending events such as open house nights, college preview days, etc. to help students plan their futures.

Student speaks to class about college planning

Spotlight: Law and Public Safety Course

posted Aug 21, 2017, 6:54 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 8, 2017, 10:22 AM ]

FCAHS Law and Public Safety students are learning about careers as police officers and firefighters.  Pictured below are students with Superintendent Boone and students learning how to lift fingerprints for background checks and arrests.  The Law and Public Safety course is taught by Todd Smith.  

Superintendent Donna Boone with Law and Public Safety Students  
Law and Public Safety Fingerprinting

FCAHS Students Ace the AP Calculus Exam

posted Aug 16, 2017, 10:17 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 8, 2017, 10:28 AM ]

Congratulations to Daniel Bond, Danny Breaux, Dania Cervantes, Byron Goff, and Lydia Johnson for their passing scores on the AP Calculus Exam.  A special shoutout to Daniel and Dania who scored in the top 14% nationwide!  Thank you to Mr. Pennell for preparing these fine students for a very tough exam!

AP Calculus Scholars FCAHS

Congratulations to the Class of 2017

posted May 19, 2017, 6:59 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 8, 2017, 10:24 AM ]

Congratulations to all of our 2017 graduates.  The administration, faculty, and staff wish you the best in your future endeavors!  

FCAHS graduates toss caps

View pictures of graduation on the Hattiesburg American website.

Lindsey Daniels: Up and Coming

posted May 15, 2017, 7:00 AM by Shelley Burge   [ updated Sep 8, 2017, 10:26 AM ]

Ms. Daniels was recently featured in the Hattiesburg American as one of the Hattiesburg area's up-and-coming young professionals.  Congratulations, Ms. Daniels!   Read the article on the Hattiesburg American website.

From the Hattiesburg American:  
Up and Coming: Lindsey Daniels
Band Director Lindsey Daniels

Meet Lindsey Daniels, 27, of Lumberton, band director at Forrest County Agricultural High School and a freelance musician. She earned master's and bachelor's degrees in music education from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she graduated with highest honors. Daniels conducted her student teaching at Hattiesburg and South Jones high schools. She is married to Logan Daniels. Her parents are Debra Daniels and Ty Daniels. She has one sister, Allison Daniels, and a grandmother, Anna deMontmollin.

What advice would you give people who want to get into the same line of work as you? Practice, practice, practice! Your musical instrument becomes an inspiration and a facilitator for knowledge. Many of my students look up to me because of my musical achievement and work ethic.

Why did you choose to live and work in the Hattiesburg area? Hattiesburg became my home while attending USM for my bachelor’s and master’s degrees. I have built a strong network of colleagues, mentors and friends within the Hattiesburg area. Being able to have those resources at my fingertips made it an easy decision to live and work within the Hattiesburg area.

What do you do in your free time? What free time? My passion for music has become my work over the years. You can usually find me playing saxophone with Southbound Crescent or keys and sax with the Lanna Wakeland Band on the weekends. I also freelance as a guitarist and teach private saxophone lessons. Most of my free time consists of an instrument being in my hands, but when I get the chance I love spending time at home with my wife and three dogs (Zola, Darcy and Octavia).

If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why? This is a tough one! I have many heroes and inspirations that I would love to meet, but if I had to pick just one then I would have to go with John Lennon. His powerful song "Imagine" has had a hold on me for as long as I can remember. He was a catalyst for change and promoted self-expression without boundaries. As a teacher, I hope to make a difference in the lives of my students. Having a conversation with Lennon would be enlightening and energizing.

If you could go back 10 years and give a younger you tips or advice on life, work or anything in general, what would it be? Stop living life in the fast lane and make time for the things that matter. In the words of Tesla, "It’s not what you got, it’s what you give." Give not only to your family, friends and students, but most importantly give to yourself.

1-10 of 43