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Farmington Marching Band
Fall Band Concerts take the stage at FHS
11/10/2017
On Monday, November 13, the high school's Symphonic Band, Concert Band, and Varsity Band will perform in concert at 7 p.m. the Recital Hall. This concert will feature a variety of classic and contemporary pieces, including the “Washington Post” march by John Philip Sousa and a dramatic programmatic piece by Robert W. Smith entitled “The Inferno.” Admission is free. On Tuesday, November 14, the FHS Wind Ensemble will join forces with the eighth grade bands from both Dodge and Boeckman Middle Schools, a unique "bridging" concert that will include a variety of music both contemporary and classic, such as "The Stars and Stripes Forever" march. The bridging concert is at 7 p.m. in the FHS Recital Hall. Admission is free.
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National Letter of Intent Signing Event
National Letter of Intent Signing - November 2017
11/10/2017
Congratulations to all the Tiger student-athletes who signed a National Letter of Intent this week. These students have committed to continuing their academic and athletic careers post-high school…
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Dodge Middle School, 4200 208th St W, Farmington, MN  55024
Solar Panels at Dodge Middle School Come Online This Week!
11/07/2017
Farmington Area Public Schools, District 192, has made a commitment to Minnesota’s clean energy future by installing a solar electric system at Dodge Middle School. The solar facility was designed and installed by Sundial Solar Energy, a Minneapolis-based solar energy developer. On Thursday, November 9th, at 9 a.m. Xcel Energy will install the Dodge solar production meter and bi-directional main meter. Xcel will perform what is known as a "witness test" in conjunction with the meter installation. Once these meters are installed the new solar system will be powering the building and feeding excess electricity in to the grid.
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District 192 Elementary Schools Participate in Buckets for Hurricane Harvey
10/24/2017
Over the past several weeks, District 192 elementary school students have worked to collect donations for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. On Tuesday, October 24, representatives from each elementary school were able to present a check for $2,669.01 to Pellicci's Hardware to support the Buckets for Hurricane Harvey fundraiser. The student's contribution will purchase more than 100 buckets of cleaning and recovery materials for those affected by the hurricane. Many thanks to all our District 192 elementary schools, their generous families, and the greater community!
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FHS Senior Presents Eagle Scout Project to RVES Multiage
10/20/2017
Sam Wallevand, a senior at Farmington High School, recently presented his Eagle Scout project to the multiage classes at Riverview Elementary School. To earn the rank of Eagle Scout, Sam created I Spy Shadow Boxes for the elementary students to use in play and learning. Each box contains dozens of miniature objects centered on a theme such as sea creatures or a summer picnic. The boxes can be used for developing attention to detail, memory, research skills, creative inspiration and many other things. In addition to the I Spy Shadow Boxes, Sam donated leftover materials to the multiage classrooms for future art projects…
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Why do we have Flexible Learning Days?
01/17/2017
Why do we have Flexible Learning Days? Listen to Farmington High School Principal Jason Berg talk about it on WCCO Radio or watch the feature on KSTP.
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Thank you for voting!
11/04/2015
We are very happy to announce that Farmington Area School District voters approved both our school funding requests on the November 3 ballot: Q1 (Learning Levy) 57% yes to 43% no and Q2 (Building Bonds) 58% yes to 42% no. These votes tell us that our community understands our needs and supports our students and staff. Many thanks to all who voted and everyone who helped share our information.
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