Parents of FH students enrolled in Kindergarten through Grade 8 for 2018–19 may be eligible to receive funds to offset the cost of providing their own transportation in lieu of busing. Most towns in our area will reimburse parents of nonpublic school students for transportation.
Please visit the Parent Portal to find the B6T Form and Instructions under Quick Links. Please read the instructions carefully. Parents must submit one form for each child. Completed forms are due to Far Hills no later than next Thursday, February 15. You may drop them off at reception or scan and email to Elaine Matsuda.
If you have any questions, please call Elaine at 908-766-0622.
When you purchase spirit wear and accessories from the Falcons' Find now through February 3, 10% of the proceeds will benefit the Morristown Soup Kitchen!
Earlier this year, members of the Service Learning Club partnered with FH Grade 1 to assemble and deliver personal care bags for the clients of Morristown Soup Kitchen. The funds raised by the Falcons' Find/Service Day promotion will enable the club to purchase more items to continue their support of this worthy organization. Club members noted that food stamps can only be used for consumables; therefore, the need for basic personal hygiene products, like toothpaste, deodorant, and soap, is great and ongoing.
Once the items have been purchased, the club members and Grade 1 classes will assemble more bags that will be delivered to the soup kitchen along with greeting cards made by the first graders.
The Falcons' Find is open today and every Thursday, 2:30–4:00 p.m. as well as Wednesdays and Fridays 8–9:30 a.m. The store will also be open on Service Learning Day, February 3, 8:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Shop the fantastic collection of spirit wear and accessories from Vineyard Vines, Under Armour, Mountain Khaki, Camelback and others to support the Morristown Soup Kitchen.
Grade 6 student Gabe Reiter, the lucky winner of the student raffle HOS For The Day prize, takes over the helm tomorrow as Acting Head of School at Far Hills. As such, he has proclaimed that tomorrow, Friday, January 26, is a dress down day. In anticipation of the afternoon's 3 on 3 Basketball event, green and white/spirit wear is encouraged!
Falcons can look forward to more exciting proclamations as Mr. Reiter assumes his duties for the day beginning at 8 a.m. when he will greet his fellow falcons at the main entrance.
Far Hills was abuzz again yesterday when the school hosted the annual school-wide Geo Bee. The school Bee is the first round in the 30th annual National Geographic Bee, a geography competition designed to inspire and reward students' curiosity about the world.
Evan Samaro was the last student standing at the end of the final round. Aakriti Caprihan was the runner-up. The next step for our winner is a qualifying test for the state championship. The top 100 scorers in New Jersey will be eligible to compete in the state Bee on April 6, 2018.
We are proud of all falcons who participated and wish Evan the very best of luck on the upcoming test.