Buy Your Sober Grad Tickets!
Sober Grad Night is on graduation night, May 28th. It’s a fun, supervised, and sober grad celebration for all Folsom High School graduating seniors. This event includes top-notch entertainment, delicious refreshments, exciting prizes (including cash), a fun casino and lots of interactive games. Admission Ticket includes: T-shirt, All-You-Can-Eat-n-Drink, Games, Entertainment & Raffle Tickets for Prizes! Buy your Sober Grad Tickets, donate or volunteer at: www.folsomsgn.com
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California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) testing is scheduled for April 13th through April 16th and again on April 20th through April 23rd. Due to the administration of the CAASPP, Folsom High School will utilize an alternate school-wide bell schedule on those days. There will be NO PAWS during that time. Zero period will proceed as normal. The schedule for Monday - Thursday (both weeks) will be a block schedule. On Friday (both weeks), this will be a regular Friday schedule.
Click here for complete schedule: Testing Schedule
Free Money – Scholarships Available to FHS Students
There are over 60 scholarships listed on the counseling
website with new ones added daily. Many of these scholarships are
local and do not require a lot of effort to apply. The scholarships range
in awards from $250-$3000. Several local scholarships are due on April
22, 2015. Check out the counseling website: www.fcusd.org/page/1741 and apply
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Nathaniel Varghese, a senior at Folsom High, won the third place Grand Prize Award at the 2015 Synopsys Sacramento Regional STEM Fair.
Congratulations to Cordova High School’s ACE team for winning Best Presentation award at the 2015 Architecture Construction & Engineering competition!
Students throughout Folsom Cordova schools are increasingly getting hands-on experience developing computer science skills that can open a world of possibilities.
The Rotary Club of Rancho Cordova has named veteran Mills Middle School teacher Joyce Martin the civic organization’s Educator of the Year.
Cordova High chemistry teacher Megan Cook lives for the moments when she sees her students connecting with the concepts she’s been teaching for 12 years. In a new leadership position, she will have the opportunity to help make an impact on even more students. Earlier this year, Cook was appointed to the California Teacher Advisory Council, a group of accomplished teachers working to improve math and science education throughout the state.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Kickoff Breakout-No frosh travel during PAWS