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5310 E. La Palma 
Anaheim Hills, 92807
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Victor B. catches the first touchdown of the season!
Mrs. Brewster's Class Flag Salute
Finger painting turning into hand painting...priceless!
Christine H. serves a winning ace!

GO COUGARS GO!!!  Our amazing cheerleaders are exciting to watch!
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It is imperative that all students have a current 2013-2014 Emergency Form on file.  As we start field trips, off-campus events and sports, students will not be allowed to participate unless the school has this Emergency Form.  Please contact Mrs. Geneva Schafer at the front desk (x1304) if you need another form or if you are unsure if you have already turned in the 2013-2014 form.


Lee Denim Day for Breast Cancer Research
Dear Families,
Let's go casual for a cause! Lee� Jeans is proud to sponsor their annual Lee National Denim Day�, the largest single-day fundraiser for breast  cancer research. Show your support for the fight against breast cancer by wearing your favorite pair of jeans, or any denim, in exchange for a minimum of a $5 donation.
When? Friday, October 4
Please make any checks payable to:
Lee National Denim Day
This will not be a free dress day. Students will be allowed to wear denim only if a donation is made.
If you have any questions, please see:
Mrs. Shaffer - 3rd Grade Teacher Room 18 or
Mrs. Davtyan - Fairmont Jr. High Parent

Girl Scout Troop Gives Back to Our Community!

Three girl scout troops were represented from Fairmont, troop 2160, 2654 & 2908.  There were 9 children in all who went to Yorba Regional Park to participate in the Coastal Clean-Up efforts.  Aanya M., Anjani B., Emma R., Sam & Griffin D., Myra F. and Madison & Delaney R. all woke up early Saturday morning and joined in to pick-up trash throughout the park and surrounding area.  The kids were surprised at how much trash there was and to see how many other volunteers showed up to clean up the trash.  It was a great learning experience for everyone!


Gently Used Uniform Donation Drive 9/30-10/10   
Gently Used is pleased to accept any uniforms that you may no longer need.
+We are accepting last year's uniforms, which will be donated to a school located in the town of Raxaul, in Bihar, India.
+We are also accepting current Gently Used uniforms, which will be available for purchase at our monthly FPA meetings.
+Please look for the donation box/hamper located in the hallway.
  +Contact Gently Used Coordinator Alma Cogger @ 714-390-1506 or FPA President Jackie White @ 949-294-4916 should you have any questions.
Flag Salute Schedule

October 2          Mrs. Ogren's Class
October 9          Mrs. Bush's Class
October 16        Mr. Clark's Class
October 23        Mrs. Lopez's Class
October 30        Miss Dominguez's Class
November 6       Mr. Fox's Class
November 13     Miss Romo's Class
November 20     Mrs. Cooper's Class
The City of Anaheim invites you to their "BLOCK PARTY" on Saturday, October 12  10:00am-2:00pm.  Please join us and meet Smokey the Bear!
More Information is at www.anaheim.net/fire


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Feature Article
Fairmont Family Football Night
Saturday, October 5, 2013 
Please mark your calendars and join us as we cheer on the 
Prep Academy Huskies at:
Yorba Linda High School Stadium
19900 Bastanchury Ave YL, CA 92886
Our Tri-Way Football team will be playing against Historic Anaheim Campus at 2:30pm, and our JK/Kindergarten students will be singing the National Anthem at 4:45pm 
Fairmont has a long-standing tradition that Junior Kindergarten & Kindergarten students from AH, NT & HAC sing the National Anthem before the Huskies take the field. In preparation, all JK/K students have
been practicing the National Anthem. If you are interested in having your student participate, we are asking singers to arrive at Yorba Linda HS Stadium at 4:30 PM. All students participating should wear their
white button down or red polo shirt with any bottom (jeans/blue pants). National Anthem singers along with their families will receive FREE admission into the game. Face painters, balloon artists, along with
various craft and game booths will be available FREE of charge. Come out and support the Husky football team!
Fairmont student athletes who come in their Fairmont team uniform will receive FREE admission into the game. At half time, all DSL/JH Flag teams and cheerleaders from all campuses will be introduced.
2:30PM     JH Flag Football Game- Anaheim Hills 
                  vs. Historic Anaheim 
4:45PM    JK/K students sing the National Anthem 
5:00PM     Fairmont Prep Huskies vs 
                    Calvary Chapel Downey Grizzlies 
Feature Article
Meet One of Our New Teachers!
Lisa Rapp - Seventh and Eighth Grade English
Educational Background:
I earned my undergraduate degree at San Diego State University, and I had the very good fortune to study abroad for a year, in Madrid, Spain. I earned my teaching credential at UC Irvine. I have B-CLAD (bilingual) certification with my multiple subject credential, and I also have a single subject English authorization.
Work experience: I have taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade core, which is a three-period block that includes reading, language arts, and social studies. I find teaching most inspiring and rewarding when I see students' confidence grow, and when students offer unique, original, or insightful ideas that connect what they're learning to their personal experience or observations.
Hobbies, special interests: I love to learn new things, and I have many interests. I enjoy visiting museums of all types, gardening, watching baseball, and running. I've done a little fly-fishing, and I taught myself to quilt when my children were young. I also built a chicken coop to house school-hatched chickens after my daughter's science class incubated them. I'm pretty handy around the house and yard! It's probably not surprising that I enjoy reading. I'm especially drawn to memoirs and coming-of-age novels such as A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Where the Red Fern Grows. I like to learn about foreign lands and cultures as well. When I was a child, my family traveled a region of the US each summer, and this fueled my interest and curiosity about other places. I have had the good fortune to travel to Egypt, Greece, Italy, and Spain; someday, I'd like to hike the Inca Trail to see the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia in Istanbul. I'd also like to visit as many US presidential libraries as possible, or drive coast-to-coast on secondary or two-lane roads.
What motivated you to become a teacher? I always thought about being a teacher, but it wasn't until my own children were in elementary and middle school that I actually earned my teaching credential. Earning my credential while working and also raising a family was challenging and exhausting; but I was inspired to work at it by my younger sister's efforts to beat leukemia. I also had some fantastic teachers growing up. I especially remember my high school physics teacher, Mr. Fitz, who was the most creative and imaginative teacher I've ever known.
What do you love most about teaching? I love working with children. I love the energy and enthusiasm of children, and it's exciting to know that it's their job to discover the world. Teaching keeps me anchored to that part of myself that continues to discover and learn. It is a privilege to learn with my students, and also to see the world through their eyes.
Any additional responsibilities you've performed in a school environment. At previous schools, I coached Academic Pentathlon and soccer, and I taught the yearbook class, which was a lot of fun.
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Upcoming Games:

Monday, September 30

-Tri-Way Football and Volleyball @ Pegasus 4:00pm

-DSL Football and Volleyball @ Pegasus  3:00pm   


Wednesday, October 2   

Tri-Way Football and Volleyball vs Heritage Christian  3:15pm


Saturday, October 5 

 -Tri-Way Football vs Historic Anaheim @ Yorba Linda High School  2:30pm  (Before Fairmont Prep Academy Football game)

-Fairmont Family Night Football Game at Yorba Linda High School 5:00pm


Tuesday, October 15

Tri-Way Football and Volleyball @ North Tustin 3:15pm


Wednesday, October 16

-Tri-Way Football and Volleyball vs Mission Hills 3:00pm

-DSL Football and Volleyball vs Mission Hills  4:00pm


Monday, October 21

-Tri-Way Volleyball ONLY @ Historic Anaheim 3:00pm

-DSL Football @ Historic Anaheim  3:15pm

-DSL Volleyball @ Historic Anaheim 4:00 and 5:00pm


Wednesday, October 23

-DSL Volleyball ONLY vs McDowell 3:00pm

-Tri-Way Football and Volleyball vs Calvary 4:00pm


Monday, October 28

Tri-Way Football and Volleyball @ Heritage Oak  3:00pm

DSL Volleyball ONLY @ Heritage Oak  4:00pm


Tuesday, October 29

DSL Football ONLY @ Heritage Oak  3:00pm


Wednesday, October 30

Tri-Way Football and Volleyball @ Carden Hall  3:15pm


Monday, November 4

Tri-Way Play-Offs Begin



Tri-Way Football vs TVT Lost 18-35

Tri-Way Volleyball vs TVT Lost  23-25, 25-14, 15-8

DSL Volleyball vs TVT WON  25-22, 12-15, 15-10


DSL Football vs New Horizons WON 24-0

DSL Volleyball vs New Horizons   WON  25-9, 25-11


Tri-Way Volleyball vs Orangewood  Lost  18-25, 25-15, 10-15

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Dates to Know Date

Monday, September 30
-Book Fair Begins until Friday, October 4
-Tri-Way Football and Volleyball @ Pegasus 3:00pm
-DSL Football and Volleyball  @ Pegasus  4:00pm

Wednesday, October 2
-Formal Dress and Flag Salute
-Boy Scout Nut Sales
-Mrs. Brewster's Class will be presenting Flag Salute
-Tri-Way Football and Volleyball vs Heritage Christian  3:15pm

Thursday, October 3

-Meet and Greet with the new Junior High Debate Coach, David Anderson in the library  3:30-4:30pm


Friday, October 4
-Lee Denim Day for Breast Cancer  
Wear jeans with $5.00 donation!  Free Dress with donation.
-Book Fair closes at 1:00pm
-Early Dismissal at 12:00pm  NO LUNCH SERVICE

Saturday, October 5
-Tri-Way Football vs Historic Anaheim @ Yorba Linda High School 2:30pm
-Fairmont Family Night Football Game  5:00pm