FHS Renaissance Program fundraiser planned Friday
The Fairfield High School Renaissance Program will host a fundraising dinner Friday in the high school commons.
Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. or until food is gone.
Dinner will include a pulled-pork sandwich, baked beans, chips and dessert for $5 per person. A dinner with two sandwiches will be $7.50. Those who wish to purchase a sandwich only may do so for $3.
All proceeds will go to support the FHS Renaissance Program, an incentive program launched at FHS in 2006. Renaissance is a customized program designed to revive education by inciting the same recognition and excitement for academics as is traditionally reserved for athletics. This is achieved by recognizing the efforts and achievements of FHS students and by rewarding their academic performance through incentives from the school and community.
Through Renaissance, students who have had perfect attendance, students who have increased their grade point average by 0.5 or more from the prior semester, and students who have who have made the silver and gold honor roll are recognized and rewarded. To be named to the gold honor roll, students must earn a grade point average between 3.75 and 4.0. To be named to the silver honor roll, students must earn a grade point average between 3.25 and 3.74. Students who display great character are nominated by faculty and peers and also are rewarded.
Renaissance schools create and uphold an image of strong scholastic reputation, motivation, and community pride. To support Renaissance or for more information, contact Staci Wright at 472-2059 or email@example.com.