Fairmont Emergency Response Procedures
Each year Fairmont constructs a detailed plan for emergency situations. The
emergency plan is submitted to the district’s Safety and Security Specialist
and the Emergency Response Committee for approval. In the plan, specific
instructions for everyone in the building are outlined for a wide variety of
possible emergency situations. The entire staff reviews the plan at the
beginning of each school year and necessary training is provided so that
everyone knows what to do and where to go in the event of an actual
Below are some important points for parents to remember:
Timely information will be released through the local media, the
District Emergency Hotline and the District Emergency website.
Parents should not call the school. For the safety of everyone at
the school, all phones need to be open to deal with the emergency.
If the school and grounds had to be evacuated, students would be
taken to an alternative site. At the appropriate time law
enforcement or district personnel would release students, and at
that time parents could pick them up at St. Stephen’s Church
across the street from Fairmont.
Dates To Remember
Wednesday, Jan 25
9th Graders attend Rigs and Gigs @ Tech Center
leave Fairmont @ 8 am
Thursday, Jan 26
Math Night Placement information for 5th & 6th
Grade Parents in the Library, 6:30 to 7 pm
Monday, February 6
6:30 pm Open House/Orientation for Incoming 7th
Graders and Parents at Fairmont.
Tuesday, Feb 7 & Friday, Feb 10
9th to 10th On-Line Pre-Registration for Capital at
Fairmont with Mrs. Johnson and Capital Counselors.
Monday, Feb 13 & Tuesday & Feb 14
7th to 8th On-Line Pre-Registration at Fairmont with
Wednesday, Feb 15 & Thursday, Feb 16
8th to 9th On-Line Pre-Registration at Fairmont with
2016-2017 Fairmont Yearbooks
* Stop by the office to purchase a yearbook*
$25.00 w/activity card
will be starting the end of this month. If your student self-referred for a group, you will receive a permission slip.
Please sign and return to your student’s counselor. If you have any questions about a group, please contact your grade-level
counselor, Mrs. Johnson (9th), Mr. Cummings (7th), and Mrs. Ross (8th).
Capital Registration is right around the corner. There are several activities that will help Freshman to formulate a plan for next
year’s schedule at Capital. The following activities will occur before they register.
A Field Trip for all 9th Graders to tour the Dennis Technical Education Center for the Rigs and Gigs Event trip will
take place on Wednesday, January 25th from 8:20 - 9:20. This will allow students to explore technical class offerings that
they may take throughout their high school career. There will be hands-on activities in all program areas. The Technical
Center currently has over 20 different programs that students can explore.
Women in Technical Careers is a program to help promote Science and Math careers for 9th grade young women who
are interested. Volunteers from Micron will be here on February 16th, during lunchtime with pizza to help promote and
discuss careers that fall into the STEM category. Students are recommended by their math/science teacher. If you would
like to recommend that your student participate, please call Mrs. Johnson, 9th grade counselor. We have room for 25
students. Thank you!
Classroom lessons will be provided by Mrs. Johnson, ninth grade counselor, to discuss graduation requirements/class
offerings/registration for Capital High School. Registration Information and materials will be sent home with your student
on February 1st (McDermott’s Class) February 2nd (Hall’s class). Please look through the material with your student.
This material needs to be brought back to school to register for Capital on February 7th (Jones’ classes) or 10th (Mohler’s
classes). If your student is going to move or attend another high school next year, please let the office know.
Capital High Sophomore Class of 2020 All incoming sophomores and parents are invited to attend Capital High
School’s Open House on Wednesday, January 25
from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. Avid information will be presented from 5:30 –
Capital Counselors will be at Fairmont to register students for their Sophomore year on February 7th (Jones’ classes)
and 10th (Mohler’s classes). It is important that students bring back the registration materials that were handed out the
previous week to make registering a smooth process.