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Fort Recovery Schools Unveils Action Plans for Goal Areas

Click on the Links Below to View the Action Plans Listed in the Fort Site Journal

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Posted Thursday, September 16, 2021

Bus Evacuation Drills Planned

We will be performing our bus evacuation drills after school September 21-23. Below is the schedule for the buses. Please expect a 10-15 minute delay from their normal arrival time home. This is also a great time to remind our students of the bus rules! Please contact Holly Gann at [email protected] with any questions.

Tuesday:
Bus #7
Bus # 12

Wednesday:
Bus #14
Bus #13
Bus #8

Thursday:
Bus #6
Bus #3

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Posted Thursday, September 16, 2021

All You Can Eat - Fort Recovery Music Booster Breakfast

All you can eat-Fort Recovery Music Booster Breakfast
When:  Sunday, September 26, 2021
Time:   8:30 am-12 noon
Where: Fort Recovery American Legion

Tickets are $6 each, children 5 and under eat free
Breakfast menu includes-eggs, sausage, pancakes, breakfast pastries and a drink.
Tickets are available from any HS or JH Band or Choir student or by calling Reid Knuth or Tracy Evers-Westgerdes at 419-375-4111

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Posted Wednesday, September 8, 2021

2021 FFA Holiday Turkey Sale

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Posted Thursday, September 2, 2021

Press Release 8-25-21

Over the last 24 hours, our contractor for the chiller repair has made some progress. Late yesterday afternoon, he was able to get our two largest compressors running and staying running for extended periods of time. However, they are not running at high production rates at this time. We are currently in the process of securing parts which should improve their operational efficiency. We will continue our plan to keep our windows shut and limit the amount of time our doors are open to hold the filtered, treated air inside the building, and continuously run our extra large circulation fans inside the building. 


Therefore, we are continuing to request your assistance by providing lightweight comfortable clothing and at least one water bottle to ensure proper hydration during the school day for all of our K-8 students. We will inform the ES/MS school community about any status changes to the chiller system as they occur. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your teacher, the building or the school district office for assistance. 

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Posted Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Press Release 8-23-21

Currently, the Fort Recovery Elementary / Middle School Building has reduced air conditioning capabilities.  We have contracted with a chiller repair company and they continue to make progress toward restoring it to full operational capacity. Over the past weekend and for the next couple of days, we are running the system on a rolling 24 hour basis to reduce the humidity level and attempt to maintain a consistent indoor temperature. In addition, we have added large interior fans to improve the overall circulation inside the building. The plan is to keep our windows shut and limit the amount of time our doors are open to hold the filtered, treated air inside the building. 


We are requesting your assistance by providing lightweight comfortable clothing and at least one water bottle to ensure proper hydration during the school day for all of our K-8 students. The ES/MS administrative, teaching and support staff are also planning several cool treats to celebrate our return for the 2021-2022 school year. The open house scheduled for tonight is on as planned and all attendees are welcome to bring cold water with them. 


At this point, we do not feel it is necessary to close school even though the building will not be as cool as it normally is for our educational activities. We have contacted the Mercer County Health Department to inform them of our situation. The high school is not affected by this necessary mechanical repair. We will inform the ES/MS school community about any status changes to the chiller system as they occur. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your teacher, the building or the school district office for assistance. 

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Posted Monday, August 23, 2021

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