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Mask Requirement In Effect - Fruita Monument students and staff will be required to wear masks beginning on 1/17/22. The duration of this requirement will be dependent on the percentage of infected students after a minimum of 10 days (1/27). 

According to guidance determined by the School District, Mesa County Public Health, and the Keeping Schools Open Task Force, the threshold for universal masking for an individual school is 2%.  Our positivity percentage is 2.2% as of 1/18/22. 

Please encourage your student to wear a mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times when indoors and to wash hands frequently. 

The requirement applies to all visitors and extra-curricular activities. We will have masks available at the school.  

Boettcher Scholar Semi-Finalists - Congratulations to Keeley Clark, Sophia Hull and Jadyn Heil  for qualifying as semi-finalist for the Boettcher Scholarship competition. Only 300 of the 1,700 applicants state-wide make it this far. Statistically, a school our size should earn a Boettcher Scholarship once every 7 to 8 years. We have far exceeded that and traditionally have finalists on a yearly basis. The Boettcher Scholarship is the most prestigious merit-based scholarship available to graduating high school seniors in the State of Colorado. The purpose of the Boettcher Scholarship is to attract Colorado’s best and brightest to attend colleges within the state. The Boettcher Scholarship covers the cost of a Scholar’s tuition, fees and books for eight semesters at any of Colorado’s four-year universities or colleges (can be in excess of $160,000 depending upon a number of factors). Best wishes to all three Wildcats! We are all so proud of your hard work, dedication and amazing accomplishments!

D51F Outstanding School Award - Congratulations parents, students and staff on FMHS being awarded the “2022 Outstanding School for Student Academic Growth Award” by the D51 Foundation (D51F).  This award is based upon results from the 2021 SAT. With an average composite score of 1014, our students exceeded both the state (1011) and district (970) average.  This is a testament to our community, student body and staff's dedication to academic excellence in the face of adversity. FMHS will be recognized at the D51 White Iced Celebration on February 5 at the CMU Ballroom. D51F hosts this event to raise money to support our schools, prioritizing funding for professional learning for D51 staff and technology for students.  You can purchase tickets for this event on the following link: White Ice Event Tickets

Parent-Teacher Conferences - Thursday, January 27 (3:30pm - 7:30pm). We will be following the same format that we have for previous conferences this year. Parents will be able to opt for an in person conference, a remote conference via Google Meet or phone conference.  We will email information on how to schedule conferences in ParentVue on Monday, January 24. 

After School Tutoring

If your student is in need of additional support, we have after school English, science, math and social studies tutoring provided by staff. Please see the flyer below for more information. 

Teacher Facilitated Tutoring - Mon-Thu in the Commons, 3:30 - 4:30 pm

If your student is struggling academically and in need of additional support, please contact your student’s counselor or administrator at 254-6600. We have many intervention programs to support students and meet their needs.