This Sunday, May 21, we will have a parade through town to honor and celebrate the Class of 2023! Graduation begins at 2:00 and the parade will start at approximately 3:00. Here is the route we will follow. Come out and celebrate our FHS graduates!!!
NEW Fisher Fan Wear! Your Fisher Bunnie Cheerleaders are hosting an online spirit store! Click on the link to access the store. https://yipesonline.tuosystems.com/stores/fisherbunnies23 This is not a fundraiser, just some new Bunnie designs to show your school spirit! LET’S GO BUNNIES! *The pictures show the different designs. There are different apparel options available on the link.
Come out to meet Coach Sinclair tonight! The meeting is open to all members of the Fisher community, JFL players and parents/guardians, high school players and parents/guardians, and anyone who is interested in the future of Bunnie Football. Bring a neighbor, a friend, or both! In addition to communicating the summer/fall schedule, he will detail the following components of a championship football program: 1) Academic Expectations and Support 2) Strength and Conditioning 3) Championship Mindset 4) Expectations for parents, families, fans, players, support staff, and coaches.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kylan Arndt Best Memory: Freshman year with Ashley Smith, and junior/senior softball seasons. Activities You Participated In: Softball, volleyball, band, and NHS Plans After Graduation: I plan on continuing my academic and athletic careers at Lincoln Land Community College. Senior Quote: I said what I said. Can you say the same?
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Collin Kuhlmann Best Memory At Fisher: making it to second round playoffs freshman year Activities You Participated In: Football Plans After Graduation: Attend trade school. Senior Quote: You get what you work for, not what you wish for.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Austin Whitton Best Memory At Fisher: Hanging with buddies Activities You Participated In: Sports Plans After Graduation: Attend Trade School Senior Quote: "Light weight" Ronnie Coleman
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Emma McFarling Best Memory At Fisher: Last day of junior year playing Uno in learning lab with Mr. Moody (he is a sore loser). Activities You Participated In: Student Council, Polar Plunge, FFA, Year Book Club, NHS, Basketball, Mentor Program, Bell Ringing, and Canteen Run. Plans After Graduation: Attend Michigan State University to major in Animal Science. Senior Quote: "We'll never be those kids again" - Frank Ocean
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Natalie Moore Best Memory At Fisher: Homecoming Games Activities You Participated In: Cheerleading, National Honor Society, and Band. Plans After Graduation: Attend Illinois State University to major in Early Childhood Education. Senior Quote: I personally would like to thank *me* for getting to this point.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Elena Baker Best Memory At Fisher: Favorite memory from high school were all the students who got hit in the face with a ball during basketball games (including myself). Activities You Participated In: NHS, Yearbook, Student Council, Class Officer, Mentor, Float Building, Salvation Army, Food Drive, Polar Plunge, and Walk-A-Thon. Plans After Graduation: I plan to attend the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana to get my Bachelors Degree in Journalism and pursue a career as a Foreign Correspondent. Senior Quote: "You don't have to be sorry for leaving and growing up...." -Matilda, Harry Styles
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kailey May Best Memory At Fisher: Spending everyday with my friends, who make being at school better. Activities You Participated In: Basketball & Softball Plans After Graduation: Go to Parkland College for nursing, then transfer to a University. Senior Quote: "I didn't graduate, I graduATE."
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Kloe Bishop Best Memory At Fisher: Friday night football games Activities You Participated In: Basketball Plans After Graduation: I plan on attending Parkland to become an elementary school teacher Senior Quote: Glad it's over
1R enjoying a story!
Good luck to our Bunnies this week!!!
Field Day is almost here for our K-6 students! Mrs. Stafford is in need of some parent and/or high school volunteers to run the different stations. High school students, this is a great way to earn volunteer hours! If you're able to volunteer to help please sign-up via the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4CA5A62BA1F4C43-field Field day is a fun way to end the school year and kick off summer!
HS Physics took a trip to DACC for a career fair and drone competition. It was put on by the U of I Extension program. We had a great time! Dylan was our Physics spokesperson. He was interviewed by U of I and WCIA.
Fisher Community, I need your help! My name is Ginny Williams and I am a science teacher at Fisher Jr./Sr. High School. I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and am in the process of starting a nutrition education program at the high school for the 2023-2024 school year. Enrollment in this course is currently around 50 students. Some topics that I plan on covering next year include body image, digestion, macros, food groups, kitchen safety, food safety, diseases related to poor nutrition, food preparation for one and many, grocery shopping, eating on a budget, eating disorders, diet trends/ anti-dieting/ dieting misinformation and myths, and many more. My plan and hope is to use funds allocated for this course to cover the cost of our ingredients. This leaves very little money in the budget to stock the kitchen with the equipment needed. Items needed include, but are not limited to: like-new pots and pans (all sizes), mixing bowls (all sizes), measuring cups and spoons, utensils, plates, bowls, napkins, silverware etc. along with a variety of kitchen electronics: blenders, hand mixers, stand mixers, food processors etc. If you have been going through your cabinets and doing some almost-summer-cleaning, please consider donating any of your unused, like-new items to this amazing new course. If you have a question about whether or not it is something our class could use, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) and I would be happy to answer your questions! Please note that any donations that do not get used for our class will be passed on to local second-hand stores or recycled properly. If you are interested in donating, please drop off any donations to the school office with a note to inform the secretaries that it is for Ms. Williams. Thanks in advance! Ms. Williams
HOIC Baseball/Softball Showcase - GO BUNNIES!!!
5R recently had a chess tournament after school that was a lot of fun. We’ve been learning how to play chess all year and wanted to test our skills in an informal tournament. Fun was had by all!
Lexi Murray, High School senior, spoke to the 6th grade class about the importance of study skills and organizational skills as the students approach Junior High and High School. Lexi is very active in FFA and is involved in activities and work experiences both in school and outside of school. Thanks for sharing your inspiration, Lexi, with our 6th graders!
Good luck to our JH State Qualifiers today and tomorrow at the IESA State Track Meet at the Eastside Centre in East Peoria! GO BUNNIES!!!