Ada Readers Program

The Ada Readers Program encourages children to read books to earn badges and tokens to attend a special night honoring students and featuring local authors and illustrators.
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FHN and FHE Unite for Common Cause

Although rivals on the football field, Northern and Eastern high schools come together in athletic events to raise money for Grand Rapids Home for Veterans and Milan’s Miracle Fund.
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Showcasing Technology to Legislators

Students from Knapp Forest Elementary were selected to showcase the use of technology in education to Michigan legislators at the capitol building in December.
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Stand Up! Speak Out!

Students and Staff at Central Woodlands 5/6 School  “Stand Up” “Speak Out” and “Stand With” to create a culture of caring.
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Ranger Football Frenzy

Central High School Rangers football program and fans take time to raise money for local charities, including Gilda’s Club.
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Welcome to Forest Hills Public Schools!

Forest Hills Public Schools is a place where ALL learners achieve their individual potential.  We are a school district whose success is rooted in its residents coming together to do what is best for children and their future.  Forest Hills continues to set the standards of excellence in education and it is where education transcends classroom boundaries.  Excellence happens daily in our classrooms, on our playing fields, on our stages and performance halls, in our community and beyond.  Take a closer look at Forest Hills Public Schools, and experience the Forest Hills pride that resonates throughout our schools.

 

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District News and Headlines

October 9, 201411 days ago

An Evening with Jeff Yalden

Jeff Yalden, highly acclaimed life coach and #1 youth motivational speaker, will be presenting a special, inspiring evening for the Grand Rapids community, Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center.  This is one event you definitely won’t want to miss! 

Click here to see more information!

Posted in: District News
October 7, 201413 days ago

What a difference a delay makes

Monday, Oct. 6, 2014, marked the district’s first two-hour delay day for staff professional learning. Many people wonder, “What do teachers and staff do on these days?” Here’s a great blog post by one of our very own…FHPS Instructional Coach Judy Walton. It’s definitely worth the quick read.

http://fhps-icoach.blogspot.com/2014/10/what-difference-delay-makes.html

Posted in: District News
October 3, 201416 days ago

Detroit Tigers Mascot, Paws, and Local State Trooper Bring anti-bullying message to Orchard View

Detroit Tigers mascot, Paws, along with Michigan State Police Trooper Martin Miller were at Orchard View Elementary School as part of an assembly called, “Go to Bat for Respect!”  “Go to Bat for Respect” is an anti-bullying assembly presented in partnership with The Detroit Tigers, The Michigan State Police, and Subway Restaurants.  Trooper Miller told the students, “If you see a bully; stop a bully.”  He also said, “Every student can make a difference.  You’re special for reason and be proud of that!”  October is National Bullying Prevention Month.

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