This is your goal...keep your eyes on the prize!

Welcome to your Advisory web page 

with Mr. Bennett! 


There is a lot of information here to help you stay on track with Advisory requirements. Please take a few minutes to look over the information and please don't hesitate to see me with any questions.


ANNOUNCEMENTS & INFORMATION-

Rotation for the week of April 23 - April 27, 2018:

Monday - "A" Day, Tuesday - "B" Day, Wednesday - "C" Day, Thursday - "D" Day, Friday - "E" Day

(Monday=Activity)  (Tuesday=Activity)       


Rotation for the week of April 30 - May 4, 2018:

Monday - "A-assembly" Day, Tuesday - "B" Day, Wednesday - "C" Day, Thursday - "D" Day, Friday - "E" Day

(Tuesday=Activity)         *"A-assembly" day schedule HERE.      

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-"A-assembly" Day: Monday, April 30.  The assembly period in the afternoon will be used for all students to complete a survey in Advisory.

-Best Work...Tuesday, May 1: A "Best Work" from semester 2 is due in your portfolio.  Be sure to include a completed reflection sheet with the selected work. 

-Junior Job Shadow: Have 2 or 3 ideas by Tuesday, May 1.

-Yearbooks: $70.00 each.  Order at www.jostens.com  The deadline to order is May 6, 2018.

-Early Dismissal: Wednesday, May 16 at 11:15 a.m. (due to teacher professional development).

-SAiL: Monday-Tuesday, May 21-22, 2018.  FMI: https://sites.google.com/falmouthschools.org/sail/home

-Underclassmen Awards Ceremony: Thursday, May 31 at 6:30 p.m. in the Theater.

-Community Service Hours: If you are looking to earn community service hours, or are looking for ideas, stop by the Service Learning Office, located in the Library, and see Holly MacEwan or Jen Bush to find out what is currently available. There are always a wide variety of opportunities available.

-Final Exam Schedule: Click HERE.

-Last Day of School: Thursday, June 21, 2018.

What is Advisory?

The purposes of Advisory are:

·       Completion of an advisory portfolio which provides documentation that students are meeting the five Guiding Principles/Expectations and are working towards achievement of the school’s mission.

·       Sense of belonging - being a member of a group will provide security to the students

·       Dissemination of school information to students including daily announcements, guidance news, upcoming events, etc.

·       Discussion of school issues, such as dress code, schedule, etc.

·       Inter-advisory competitions (Fall Fest)

·       Opportunities for advisory-based service learning activities

·       General discussions of student related issues, such as elections, substance abuse concerns, career day, etc.

Students are REQUIRED to attend advisory as scheduled and complete all advisory requirements each year.

Freshman students are randomly assigned to an advisory group.  It is intended that this group remains together through the end of their senior year. This allows the advisees and their advisor to develop a collaborative, working relationship over a period of time.

Falmouth High School Mission & Expectations

Falmouth High school shall foster the development of ethical, responsible, involved citizens of the Falmouth and global communities,and prepare students academically, emotionally, and socially to meet their post-secondary aspirations. 

Each FHS student must graduate as:

·      A clear and effective communicator;

·      A self-directed and life-long learner;

·      A creative and practical problem solver;

·      A responsible and involved citizen and

·      An integrative and informed thinker.

These expectations are demonstrated through the successful completion of the Senior Discovery Portfolio and Presentation.  Students are urged to work diligently on their advisory portfolios in grades 9-11 and are required to have all portfolio components completed by June 1 of their senior year.

 Junior Job Shadow & Senior Discovery Information 

Junior Job Shadow - Start thinking about it now!
Information and forms related to the Job Shadow are at:

Senior Project - Start thinking about it now!
Your "Senior Project" is a requirement for graduation and must be completed before the end of your senior year. Please take a few minutes to look through the documents embedded below and and see me if you have any questions.  Please note: You do NOT have to decide on a project now - just start thinking about possibilities.
For more information, including exemplars and forms, please go to: https://sites.google.com/falmouthschools.org/discovery/senior-year


Portfolio & Resume Documents
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LINKS -  

Student Handbook Online: http://www.falmouthschools.org/?HighSchool

Clubs & Activities: For a comprehensive list, please consult your Student Handbook.

Community Service Opportunities: https://sites.google.com/a/falmouthschools.org/community-service-opportunities/

Service Learning Blog: http://servicelearninghighlights.blogspot.com/

Career Information: https://www.bls.gov/k12/students.htm

 

Updated on 23 April 2018