FHS Updates

  • Principal's Welcome Letter


    Falcon Nation Families: Please join me in welcoming Dr. Darryl Bonds at the leader of Falcon High School. Please refer to our welcoming letter for important information and details on upcoming events. 


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  • Fall Check-In


    Falcon High School Students, Families, and Community Members: 


    School District 49 is implementing a new fee system, Rycor. As we are transitioning to this new fee system, we are unable to accept course fees during our normally scheduled Fall Check-In.


    To respect your time, we will not be conducting a Fall Check-In during the summer of 2019. Please stay tuned for more information on ways to pay your course fees and submit your Kindle Insurance Agreement forms. Thank you for your patience during this system transition.


    Students may access their 2019-2020 course schedule through their Student Portal or Parent Portal beginning July 24.  If you do not have a portal account, please contact our attendance office.


    All other forms that need to be completed at the beginning of the school year can be accessed on the "Back to School" page (located under the "Back to School Resources" section).   


    Picture Day for the Yearbook and Student ID cards will be on the following days: 

    • July 31st: 9th graders
    • Aug. 1st:  12th graders and half of the 11th graders (Alpha distribution)
    • Aug. 2nd:  10th graders and the balance of 11th graders (Alpha distribution)



    Back to School Information:

    • Freshman:
      • Wednesday, July 31, 2019
      • Freshman Orientation day begins at 7:30 am and concludes at 2:40 pm.
      • Students are provided an opportunity to orient themselves to Falcon High School! 
      • Lunch will be available for purchase from our cafeteria. 
    • Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors:
      • Thursday, August 1, 2019
      • All students return from Summer Vacation. 
      • School begins at 7:30 am. We will follow a Gold Day Schedule. 


    Welcome Back Falcons! 


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  • Gazette: A bird, a plane? No, a rocket: Eastern Colorado school kids learn STEM from JROTC cadets

    Thick autumn clouds spitting rain were of no interest to 145 elementary students in Miami-Yoder School District JT-60 Wednesday. Their attention was riveted on tiny specks that hovered 200 feet above before cascading to the ground. "It's a good white background to see the rockets - we won't lose them in the glare of the sun," said Principal Sheila Hartley, eyes cast upward. With the help of 13 students from the Aero Club of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Falcon High School, 32 youngsters in Miami-Yoder's Rocket Club each pushed a button and launched the Estes model rockets they had built over the past month.

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  • FHS Wellness Success Story

    Sometimes it's the little things that count. We are showing students how to choose the healthier choice when it comes to snack bars. No need for chocolate covered bars to fuel your body, pick a nut or fruit based bar instead. We are also watching students gain strength in their core with new balance chairs. Keep an eye out for pictures coming soon of new learning tools that encourage movement in the classroom and the roll out of the test kit of heart monitors for our PE classes. FHS Wellness Team

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District Updates

  • School Meal Accounts Must Have Funds in May

    Starting May 1, student accounts must be funded to purchase meals. No students will be allowed to charge additional debt to their meal account. While District 49 often affords flexibility for young children in its elementary schools, each school year must end with all accounts current.

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  • D49 Incorporating Emergency Alert System

    Dear D49 Families, We are pleased to tell you about an important step forward to fulfill our year-long strategic objective to enhance safety and security at our schools. On Monday, April 1, Sand Creek High School will begin a pilot program of the Blue Point Alert System.

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Falcon High School

  • The Falcon High School community is dedicated to educating our students in a safe and supportive learning environment and to developing responsible 21st century citizens through innovative educational programs.

School District 49

  • Financial Transparency District 49 prepares students, in a safe and caring environment, to be successful, competent and productive citizens in a global society. Our teachers, administrators and staff members are committed to the creation of educational environments where all children can maximize their individual learning potential. Further, we are committed to meeting students' needs in all domains: academic, social and physical. An emphasis in all activities will be toward empowering students to take an active role in their own learning.