8916 Fontainebleau Terrace
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
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Phone (513) 728-3700
Secondary Campus
 
Secondary Campus
8916 Fontainebleau Terrace
Cincinnati, OH 45231
Secondary Campus: (513) 931-0712
Fax Number: (513) 728-7230
Attendance: (513) 728-3709
Principals Office Secretary: (513) 728-3706
Counseling Office: (513) 728-3711
Hours 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
 


Mr. David Kennedy,  Principal
Mrs. Lana Gerber, Assistant Principal
Mr. Mike Stevens, Athletic Director/Dean of Students 

The Finneytown Secondary Campus is the location of the High School building and the Middle School building. The William R. Swartzel Performing Arts Center, Main Gym and Multi-Purpose Room are also located on the Secondary Campus.

 

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Secondary Campus News
Dine to Donate to After Prom
Come on out to Finneytown After Prom’s Dine-To-Donate at Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine on Saturday, December 6th, 2014, from noon to 9pm.   Read More...
Time to order your yearbook
 The 2014-2015 Finneytown High School yearbook is now in production.  You can purchase one at yearbookforever.com.  Save $10 now!   Read More...
A Mobile App for Recognizing and Responding to Concussion
   


 Heads Up is great for parents and others. It provides information on how to spot a concussion or other serious brain injury and what to do if you suspect one in a child or teen. The app also teaches about helmet safety and features information on selecting the right helmet for the child or teen's activity.

www.headsupparents.org/spotlight.html

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Heart Screening
Your Secondary Campus student (ages 13-19) can participate in a Cincinnati Children's Hospital heart screening on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th. This screening can help detect potentially life-threatening heart defects. The screening is FREE OF CHARGE. All paperwork MUST be completed to participate. Please contact the School Nurse at 513-728-7229 or email her (lroessler@finneytown.org) for more information, or for a hard copy of required paperwork.  Read More...
Happy Thanksgiving...with food allergies
Kids With Food Allergies (a division of the Asthma & Allergy Foundation) has some recommendations for dealing with food allergies for the holiday.
http://shar.es/8QJOf
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Healthy Living, October 2013
Health information from the American Cancer Society
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Reye's Syndrome
Children under the age of 19 should NEVER receive aspirin or aspirin-containing products. Do you know about Reye's Syndrome?
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Concussions and Head Injuries
ORC 3707.52 requires that the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) create a concussion and head injury information sheet for participants in interscholastic activities and youth sports. See the parent information sheet. More information can be accessed at
http://www.healthyohioprogram.org/concussion
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Healthy Living, August 2013

A newsletter from the American Cancer Society

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Upcoming Events

Downloads

Parent/Community Guide to Problem Solving
The primary purpose is to provide parents and community members with the most beneficial means to solving problems, responding to questions and addressing concerns related to district operations.
Student/Parent Handbook
This student handbook is distributed annually to students in grades 7-12 at Finneytown Secondary Campus. Its purpose is to summarize school procedures relating to student academics, attendance, discipline, and Board of Education policy.
Bell Schedule
The current bell schedule for both middle school and high school, includes Wildcat Bell schedule.
Course Guide for 2014-2015
Good planning is the key to your success at the Finneytown Secondary Campus. This Program Planning Guide describes graduation requirements, course offerings, and programs available to you, our students.
ACT/SAT Testing Dates
Download a copy of testing dates.
PBIS (Positive Behavorial Interventions and Supports
PBIS is a broad range of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving important social and learning outcomes in schools.
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