If you ever change your email, contact the school office to update your email and your Parent Access user account. If you do not have an email account with a internet service provider such as gmail.com or yahoo.com, the school office can give you a userid that you can use at a public computer.
Click above to access the parent module. We are happy to announce the Parent Module for Genesis, the online student information system, is now available to all parents. This web-based system will enable you to access your student’s grades, attendance, and other important information from any computer with an Internet connection.
If you can get to the internet, you can get to Parent Access. Parent Access is available by mobile phone. The first time you login, you’ll be prompted to change your password. Do not share it with your students because your account may be used for official sign-offs and permissions. What if I forgot my password?
If you are interested in learning more about Fisher, take a look at our virtual tour, which was created by Fisher students. To navigate around the tour, just drag the black circle to any area you are interested in visiting. To get back to the site map, drag down and find the Fisher Firebird.
Start your day at Fisher with a chicken biscuit from Chick-fil-A! Pre-order your biscuit online from March 1 - 8 at 3:00 pm. Preordered biscuits will be delivered before school on March 10.
Introducing Fisher Reels! In these videos, you can see Fisher students participating in activities all over our school. The videos are edited and produced by Ms. Nicole Smith's Fisher Reels students.
Attention all parents and guardians of students going on the 7th grade Charlotte trip. There will be a parent meeting in the gymnasium on 3/1 at 6:00 PM. A representative from Orange Sky will be here to go over itinerary, answer questions, and give out other important information. Please plan to attend if possible!
Mark your Calendars to join us for our Spring Fundraiser! This is our only fundraiser for the year. We will have a Silent Auction including classroom themed baskets and company donations, Food Trucks, and our Fisher students participating in teams for a fun Dodgeball Tournament.
The PJFMS School Improvement Council has done AMAZING work so far this year! As we have looked at ways we can improve family presence in our school, we have initiated the Birdwatchers program. Starting in January, we hope to see the addition of parent volunteers throughout our school day.
Fisher yearbooks are still on sale! The cost is $35. Here is the direct link to purchase: https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/?event=general.displayLanding&jobnumber=20893
After creating a personalized username and password, parents will have access to their child’s grades, grade history, attendance, teacher comments, student information, and discipline. Parents will also be able to change account preferences such as email address, username and password.
The school will not email, mail or provide the information over the phone.
Fisher students are sometimes allowed to break from Fisher Dress Code for special occasions such as Jeans Days or School Picture Days. On these days, students are asked to wear clothing that abides by the Greenville County Schools Dress Code.
Fisher School kicked off our celebration of Black History Month this week. The student council, made up of fifth graders, created a Google slide show that was shared with all the classrooms. Each morning we are introduced to a new person of the day and we learn about their accomplishments and contributions to society.
11 Term I Report Cards Viewable to Families through the Aspen Family Portal
Below are the Sign Up Genius links for Teacher Conferences for parent/guardians. They will open for sign up on Monday February 14th at 9:00 a.m. and close on Friday, March 4th.
Families may now access their child's Report Card in the Aspen X2 Portal.
We have had 5 positive individuals since the last update on February 4. Please remember to keep your child home if they have any symptoms and have them tested as soon as possible. The PCR remains the preferred choice because it is able to pick up low levels of the virus. A home antigen test is acceptable.
The Massachusetts Department of Secondary and Elementary Education (DESE) and Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MADPH) have updated their guidance in conjunction with the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding isolation durations for those who have tested positive for COVID-19.
THANK YOU for your generous donations of snow gear. There is also a need to have extra pants, socks and (new in package) underwear available in the nurses office for our students that may need a change during the day. The sizes range for grades K through 5 - which is 5/6 up to 12/14. These come in handy, especially when things get muddy outside!