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Community Connection

A publication from FHSD for the residents of Anderson Township and the Village of Newtown.

Spring 2023 (In this issue: A comprehensive dive into the district's overall approach to wellness and details on specific programs to support the mental, physical and emotional health of students and staff; a special anniversary to celebrate decades of education; staff members earn distinguished honors; how students are building real-world interviewing and networking skills; information about upcoming facilities projects and more.)

Winter 2023-2024 (In this issue: This holiday postcard was mailed home by FHSD and features the winners of the elementary holiday card design contest! Learn more about the holiday card art projects here. The postcard also provided a link to a helpful news article with winter break reminders that you can read here.)

Fall 2023 (In this issue: Student excellence takes center stage, staff members are recognized for outstanding achievements, expanding opportunities for students to explore career fields, an update on the popular Parent Academy series, a fiscal update from the district and more.)

Quality Profile 2023 (In this issue: A deep dive into the educational excellence in FHSD. How Anderson and Turpin High Schools lead the way in STEM education, a look at the district's perfect five-star rating from the state of Ohio, details on the comprehensive extracurricular programs that complement classroom teaching, a financial outlook and much more.)

Summer 2023 (In this issue: An update on the impressive Class of 2023, staff members earning recognition in the community, details on planned safety improvements, a recap of the successful start to FHSD's Community Partnership Program, and an update on district finances following the passage of a tax levy.)

Winter 2022-2023 (In this issue: A look at the growing success of FHSD Parent Academy, a celebration of student achievement at the annual Science Fair and Innovation Expo, details on a reimagined Community Partnership Program, and important facts and figures related to district finances.)

Quality Profile: 2022-2023 (In this issue: How FHSD stands out among the crowd and delivers a strong, high-quality education to students. Details on the district's award-winning performance, outstanding extracurriculars, comprehensive student services and invaluable community partnerships.)

Summer 2022 (In this issue: This is a digital extension to the postcard mailed home by FHSD, including a message from the new superintendent, updates on the 2022-2023 academic calendar, a new sports medicine partnership and more!)

Spring 2022 (In this issue: FHSD is recognizing our Hall of Fame schools, celebrating other statewide accolades, providing an overview of our commitment to fiscal responsibility, discussing important emergency safety training procedures and more!)

Quality Profile: 2021-22 (In this issue: educational value review and district accolades, maximizing every dollar, exceptional extracurricular activities)

Financial Report: 2021 (In this issue: How we maximize every dollar, the value of the Forest Hills Experience, the impact of COVID-19 on FHSD funds, how Ohio state funding impacts the FHSD budget, and much more!)   

Special Edition: 2021 (In this issue: An inside look at the efforts made by FHSD students, staff, parents, administrators and the community to continue our commitment to high-quality education for all students during the COVID-19 pandemic. A look at face-to-face learning and our Virtual Academy. Plus, a report from the Treasurer's Office on district finances.)  

Spring 2020 (In this issue: A summary of reflections on the district's remote learning plan and how the community united as one to support students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, an update on the five-year-forecast from the treasurer's office and mental health and wellness tips to keep in mind this summer.)

Winter 2020 (In this issue: Forest Hills School District and FHFE launch an e-sports team, Nagel celebrates its first Hope Squad, and the treasurer's office provides an update on the district's five-year-forecast and what it means for the future.)

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